My Name is Julia Ross
My Name is Julia Ross (1945)

Cult figure and B-movie auteur Joseph H. Lewis directed this taut exercise in film noir. Julia Ross (Nina Foch), an American receiving medical treatment in London, finds herself short on money and takes a job as secretary for Mrs. Hughes… More

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Release Date: November 8, 1945
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Eric Melin
Scene-Stealers.com

It may not fit the typical mode of a film noir (no detectives, femme fatales, not an urban setting), but its certainly shot like one and it wastes no time - it's a brisk, thrilling movie.

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Jeremy Heilman
MovieMartyr.com

Director Lewis, like his script, works to keep us unbalanced.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

A beauty.

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Sean Axmaker
Turner Classic Movies Online

... a minor but impressive showpiece: crisply directed, smartly shot, handsomely mounted.

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Michael E. Grost
Classic Film and Television

Inventive crime thriller full of personal touches and a gripping story.

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Fernando F. Croce
CinePassion

A calling-card work yet fascinatingly filled with feminist strands

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Nick Schager
Lessons of Darkness

A sterling example of noir thriller efficiency.

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cody franklin
Interesting little British film about a woman kidnapped by a old lady and her psychotic son. At times very suspenseful, but gets a little hokey at the end.… More