Film + TV

Touch of Evil

When: Sat., May 2, 7 p.m. 2015

Orson Welles wrote, directed, and starred as Captain Hank Quinlan, a corpulent bad cop on the U.S. side of a Mexican border town that is thrown into disarray when a bomb goes off in a car traversing the border. It is Welles’s most steamy and surreal film, populated with biker gangs, crooked characters, and low-lit set pieces, the sort of noir pulp that you can chew on forever. With a seemingly endless supply of gonzo performances from Marlene Dietrich, Charlton Heston, and Janet Leigh among many others, Touch of Evil resonates as Welles’s most luridly entertaining film. (2K DCP presentation)

Price: $3

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