Samuel Fuller's 23rd and final film, Street of No Return, is an interesting film noir, weird and disorienting. The film captures the noir mood with its emphasis on an obscured past and a reactive character falling in a downward, fatalistic spiral. But the film is not one of Fuller's greats. It isn't Pickup on South Street, Crimson Kimono, Underworld USA, Naked Kiss, House of Bamboo, or the Steel Helmet.
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