No Trees in the Street (1959)

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Surrounded by new 1950s East End high-rise flats, a London detective thinks back to how different things were in the late 1930s. Then it was an area of overcrowded tenements teeming with ... See full summary »


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6 January 2019 | malcolmgsw
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| Kitchen but no sink
Ted Willis was hardly at the edge of social realism after all it was he who introduced us to Dixon of Dock Green.Whilst the works of Pinter,Osborne and Whitehouse live on Willis is totally forgotten.This film was clearly intended to latch on to this trend and fails miserably.The film has poor attention to detail.The film is supposed to be set in the thirties but all styles are contemporary to the time of filming in the fifties.The film is studio bound and lends to the air of artificiality.The film commits the cardinal sin,it fails to entertain.

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