Gilda

Gilda

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Film-noir in which Glenn Ford is a gambler hired to work in a Buenos Aires casino where his ex-lover (Rita Hayworth) is married to the boss. More

Just arrived in Argentina, Johnny Farrell (Ford) is saved from a gunman by Ballin Mundson (George Macready), who later makes Johnny his right-hand man. But their friendship based on mutual lack of scruples is strained when Mundson returns from a trip with a wife: the supremely desirable Gilda (Hayworth), whom Johnny once knew and learned to hate. The relationship of Johnny and Gilda, a battlefield of warring emotions, becomes even more bizarre after Mundson disappears.

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1946Rating: PG110 minsUSAEnglish, Spanish, French and German with English subtitles
DramaRomance

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Gilda | Reviews

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Total Film

Total Film

"There never was a woman like Gilda!" drooled the posters - and no, there probably wasn't.

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Time Out

Time Out

One of the great films noirs, softened just a little by the moralising censorship strictures of the time. See it.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

Examples of film noir don't come much headier or more perverse than Charles Vidor's sultry little number...

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Gilda | Release Details

Gilda is available to stream in New Zealand now on Apple TV and Academy On Demand and AroVision.