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The Great Jewel Robber

The Great Jewel Robber(1950)

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  • The Fatal Gene

    • Reginald Powers
    • 6/13/13

    THE GREAT JEWEL ROBBER wasn't a movie about a man who wanted wealth, fame or love. It was about a man not interested in human connections. A man who wanted to rob jewels. Nothing more. A man willing to risk death in order to rob jewels. Robbing jewels was the only thing that made him FEEL. Bullets and jail could not deflect his jewel obsession. Nor could women and security. Neither could the pain of bullets or the harsh suffering of jail time deter him from this jewel gravity. Somehow the enigmatic worldview of the jewel robber became embedded in this viewers mind. I suppose the experience of doer and viewer touched upon the philosophical realm of existentialism. Because while watching the jewel robber's cold indifference to human warmth and the healing power of the human touch, this viewer suddenly felt the loneliness, beauty and terror inherent in the human condition. The heart of the GREAT JEWEL ROBBER is a frozen field in the heart of winter. Go see it.

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