Film noir (/ n w ɑːr /; French: ) is a cinematic term used primarily to describe stylish Hollywood crime dramas, particularly those that emphasize cynical attitudes and motivations. The 1940s and 1950s are generally regarded as the "classic period" of American film noir.
Film noir is not a clearly defined genre (see here for details on the characteristics). Therefore, the composition of this list may be controversial. To minimize dispute the films included here should preferably feature a footnote linking to a reliable, published source which states that the mentioned film is considered to be a film noir by an expert in this field, e.g.
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Corrupt cops, cold-blooded killers, a darkness that pervades it all.–these classic and modern film noir favorites have style and substance that will lure you in.
Film noir (wym. IPA : f i l m n w a ː r ), czarny film lub czarne kino – nurt, stylistyka lub gatunek  w kinie amerykańskim , wywodzący się z kina gangsterskiego , rozwijany głównie w latach 40.
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7 Film Noir These cynical and pessimistic films from the 1930s and '40s touched a nerve in Americans. Historians link the genre's overriding paranoia to Cold War-related angst over the nuclear threat and the Hollywood blacklist.