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Sity of Sin (Hotel Noir)
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Sity of Sin (Hotel Noir)

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The movie follows a hardened detective who lays low to wait for a gang of vengeful hitmen that are on his tail. That fateful night is full of girls, guns and money as he enlists the help of the many intriguing hotel guests in an effort to evade the grave fate that lies in store.
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October 08, 2012

Though the kooky tale could have been more focused with fewer punchlines, all that seems to be missing is the dame called toots perhaps remarking to her latest possible infatuation: Is that a Kalashnikov in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me.
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October 11, 2012

It's hard to know whether Sebastian Gutierrez is imitating or satirizing the hard-boiled noirs of Hollywood's past, but either way it feels like a botched attempt.
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New York Observer
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October 10, 2012

The film's weakest link is Rufus Sewell's rumpled gumshoe, inarticulate and mumbling to the point of madness.
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Film Journal International
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October 12, 2012

This film noir homage should have been fun, but it's cheaply shot and indifferently conceived
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New York Times
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October 11, 2012

To succeed as more than a study in artifice, a film - especially one steeped in fatalism - needs to feel real.
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Time Out

October 09, 2012

You never lose the nagging sense that you're simply watching a high-school drama club's production of '40s fatalism chic.
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October 11, 2012

A first-rate cast and stunning black-and-white visuals aren't enough to make this homage to classic film noir successful.
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Village Voice
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October 09, 2012

Gutierrez bathes in moodiness while remaining unconcerned with anything so pedestrian as dramatic cohesion.
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