Odd Man Out movie plot

2022-04-06 08:01
In Northern Ireland Port City Belfast in the early 20th century , a secret group of the Irish Republican Army robbed a company's cash cabinet. Team leader Johnny McQueen, who had just escaped from prison, also participated in the operation. After the huge sum of money arrived, Johnny was at the end to cover others, and was shot and wounded by the guard during the melee, and he killed the guard. Johnny slipped into a hideout and passed out. The police searched the city,and two companions sacrificed to find him. Johnny gets help from the citizens. Kathleen, who was left behind by the secret group, was closely monitored. At Father Tom's house, she meets poor Han Shel who sells birds for a living. Shell finds Johnny, and the priest wants to turn Johnny over to the police. Shell finds Johnny at the house of the neighbor's crazy painter Rucci, and seeks revenge at the priest's house. Kathleen stops Shell and finds Johnny herself. As Kathleen escorted Johnny to the harbour to leave by boat, the police surrounded them. Kathleen took out a pistol and fired. After the gunshots rang out, Kathleen finally found a home with her beloved.
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  • Anais 2022-04-06 09:01:07

    In Noir's romance, there is still simplicity and excellence in character depiction. James Mason has too few scenes, and occasionally gives the camera a half-dead slump, a deceptive lol

  • Edmund 2022-04-06 08:01:02

    Another noir film by Carol Reed, although not as famous as "The Third Man", it is still a wonderful film. The plot is relatively simple, a story of escape, but through this doomed escape, it reflects the human situation. Since I was too lazy to download it, I watched it directly online, but the video was actually flowery, which made people uncomfortable, but I still watched it, and the music at the end sounded a bit familiar.

Odd Man Out quotes

  • Inspector: I'm sorry, Father, but it's my duty to bring this man to justice.

    Father Tom: That's the duty of all of us.

  • Lukey: [about painting a portrait of the wounded Johnny McQueen] There's something to be said about him before he dies.

    Tober: And about all of us.

    Lukey: I understand what I see in him.

    Tober: What is it?

    Lukey: It's the truth about us all.

    Tober: Is that all?

    Lukey: He's doomed.

    Tober: So are we all.

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