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Sunset Boulevard

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Considered as one of the classic films of American cinema, the film tells the story about Norma Desmond and Joe Gillis, silent film actors of all time, who always live in the experiences in th past. Their story gives us a thorough look in the luxurious life and other side of its in Hollywood.
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The Nation
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August 29, 2012

An uncompromising study of American decadence displaying a sad, worn, methodical beauty few films have had since the late twenties.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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January 22, 2015

Rarely is fiction shot through so glitteringly with real life.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

One of Wilder's finest, and certainly the blackest of all Hollywood's scab-scratching accounts of itself.
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October 14, 2011

Norma is something of a living legend, but she's also an unaware ghost: no longer of the world in which she thinks she lives.
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New York Observer

September 29, 2005

Still the best Hollywood movie ever made about Hollywood.
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Seanax.com
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January 13, 2017

Sunset Boulevard (1950), the blackest of Hollywood's self-portraits, is an old dark house of a ghost story inhabited by the living shadows of its discarded stars.
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Chicago Reader
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August 14, 2007

A tour de force for Swanson and one of Wilder's better efforts.
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March 04, 2014

[VIDEO ESSAY] Billy Wilder's deft weaving of gothic elements, not the least of which is Nora's decrepit mansion, casts a spell from which Joe is unable to break free. He, like the audience, is stuck in a terrible place awaiting an equally frightful fate.
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Village Voice

July 29, 2003

What's not recognized enough is the indelible, self-sickened performance of William Holden as Desmond's boy-toy/hired hack.
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CinemaBlend.com
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November 08, 2012

One of the great joys of the film is watching the way in which William Holden's naturalistic performance clashes with an actress and performance style from an earlier age.
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June 28, 2007

...They rate a nod for daring, as well as credit for an all-around filmmaking job that, disregarding the unpleasant subject matter, is a standout.
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April 03, 2003

This is the greatest film about Hollywood ever put on celluloid by Hollywood.
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