Force of Evil

Still Voices Spotlight - Force of Evil

In New York City, unscrupulous lawyer Joe Morse (John Garfield), has the opportunity to make it big by teaming up with cutthroat gangster Ben Tucker (Roy Roberts) to consolidate the numbers racket. The only hitch in the plan is Morse's brother, Leo (Thomas Gomez), who refuses to involve his bank in the plan. As a result, Leo's bank would go from being saved to being another casualty in Morse and Tucker's thirst for power. Now, Morse must choose between money and family.


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Followed by Q&A with John Maguire

John Maguire

John is a film critic, journalist and broadcaster who writes a weekly column for the Sunday Business Post newspaper. He will be discussing the film and the life of its director Abraham Polonsky.

Info

  • Directed by:Abraham Polonsky
  • Written by:Abraham Polonsky & Ira Wolfert
  • Country:USA
  • Date:August 17th
  • Time:1:45pm Doors: 1:15pm
  • Runtime:80mins
  • Venue:Cooney's Hotel
  • Admission:€10
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Still Voices Film Society

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  • 06 January, 2020

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Still Voices Culture Night 2019

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