Martin Ritt films of early sixties

Two good films: “Hud” (1963) and “The Spy Who Came in from the Cold” (1965) both directed by Martin Ritt.  Both are black and white, two strong dramas.  There’s a sense of ‘adultness’ about them that I rarely come across in more recent films.  Patricia Neal is especially good in “Hud” and she won an Oscar for it.  Watch ’em!

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