So Evil My Love (1948)

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So Evil My Love: Directed by Lewis Allen. With Ray Milland, Ann Todd, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Leo G. Carroll. Olivia Harwood, missionary’s widow, meets charming Mark Bellis, artist and rogue, on the ship taking them both back to 1890s London. When Olivia opens a lodging house Mark becomes her lodger, then her lover. Olivia falls so completely under amoral Mark’s spell that he’s able to overcome her scruples, and soon she’s his willing tool in an ambitious scheme of theft and blackmail…maybe too ambitious.

“This film tells the story of Nazi officer Oskar Schindler, who secretly saved hundreds of Jewish people from concentration camps.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI have wanted to watch u0026quot;Schindleru0026#39;s Listu0026quot; for years, but could not bring myself to do so because I donu0026#39;t want to be disappointed. u0026quot;Schindleru0026#39;s Listu0026quot; is phenomenally powerful and effective in portraying the historical atrocities. I believe no one can keep their eyes dry from Schindleru0026#39;s Listu0026quot;. The scene involving mothers running after trucks of children is particularly memorable. The final farewell scene is very emotional for me. It is rare achievement, but u0026quot;Schindleru0026#39;s Listu0026quot; is a three hour film that feels too short.”


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