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Video: A Mighty Nice Man


Based on a short story by Patricia Highsmith, Jonathan Dee’s adaptation of “A Mighty Nice Man” brings the essence of the South in the early 20th century to life. The gorgeous, colorless style expertly evokes the potential evils lurking beneath the excessive innocence of that era.

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Viewing time: 11:56


2 comments on “Video: A Mighty Nice Man

  1. Sherri Johnson
    May 6, 2018

    This Serling-Hitchcock-esque film laid out the black and white dichotomy of those and these times—our 2018 times right before the viewer’s eyes. Each character holding a self-limited and palpable tension of greyed nuance within the film viewer’s field of vision making clarity impossible.

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