To discuss these, Oliver and Trigo need a wide canvas, so they keep the chronological boundaries of noir flexible; though they generally accept its origins in the 1940s and early '50s, they include films like Chinatown (1974), Devil in a Blue Dress
(1995), and Bound (1996), ignoring the usual terminus dates for noir.
From Las Vegas based Egyptian poker-dealers to devil in a blue dress
to Gerry Ryan, it seemed more like a psychedelic drug-trip than a court case.
Gaines (A Lesson Before Dying), Chester Himes (Cotton Comes to Harlem), Walter Mosley (Devil in a Blue Dress
), Terry McMillan (Waiting to Exhale) and Dorothy West (The Wedding) for outstanding dramatic material.
The Eyes captivated Steve Buscemi in 1992's In the Soup, directed and cowritten by Beals's then-husband, Alexandre Rockwell; oozed sadness opposite Denzel Washington in the underrated mystery Devil in a Blue Dress
; agonized over whether to carry a gay fetus to term in The Twilight of the Golds; framed her own accomplished photos of her famous friends in The Anniversary Party.
His latest novel, Cinnamon Kiss, is the 10th installment in the famously successful Easy Rawlins mystery series that was brought to the big screen by Denzel Washington in the 1995 movie Devil in a Blue Dress
(1.) Devil in a Blue Dress
(1990), A Red Dress (1991), White Butterfly (1992), Black Betty (1994), and A Little Yellow Dog (1996).
Bernstein also wrote the music for Birdman Of Alcatraz, Ghostbusters, Airplane, Cast A Giant Shadow, My Left Foot, A River Runs Through It, Devil In A Blue Dress
and Gangs Of New York.
Interracial love scenes were removed from Devil in a Blue Dress
, The Mighty Quinn, and The Pelican Brief Washington refused the lead role in Spike Lee's Jungle Fever, which instead was leapt upon by Wesley Snipes, who has publicly celebrated the fact that he does not date black women.
Mosley is best known for his novel Devil in a Blue Dress
In Carl Franklin's terrific Devil in a Blue Dress
, Denzel Washington frequently appears in a sleeveless ribbed T-shirt, the better to reveal his meaty biceps and the tattoo he bears on the right.
Very few adaptations speak to her, Merkerson says, but adds, "One of my favorite adaptations is Devil in a Blue Dress
(adapted from the Walter Mosley novel of the same name [Simon & Schuster, 2002]).
Let me start by comparing two opening scenes, the first from Raymond Chandler's Farewell, My Lovely (1942) and the second from Walter Mosley's Devil in a Blue Dress