Dir. Samuel Fuller, with Gene Evans, Mary Welch, Bela Kovacs
Running time: 83 minutes USA Certificate: U
2012 marks the centenary of director filmmaker Samuel Fuller, whose influence can be seen in the work of filmmakers as diverse as Jean-Luc Godard to Quentin Tarantino. Park Row acts as a tribute to journalistic practice, where hard work, sweat and dedication are exemplified through the rivalry of two newspaper editors, Phineas Mitchell and Charity Hackett.
Noted for its bold camera techniques, the film takes us on a journey that explores the process behind the headlines of political and corporate corruption.
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