A Clip from 'Brighton Rock'

If you haven't already, be sure to check out Austen Ivereigh's superb review of "Brighton Rock," Rowan Joffe's God-less adaptation of Graham Greene's classic novel and film. And for fun, here is a clip highlighting the 1947 film's famous final twist. I would say "spoiler alert," but that cliche seems unnecessary for a film that is over 60 years old.

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And it looks like you can watch the whole film on Youtube, but you didn't hear it from me.

Tim Reidy

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