Desert noir

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Jean Cocteau Cin­ema reaches into the ar­chives to celebrate Fi­esta by screen­ing the 1947 film noir Ride the Pink Horse, which fea­tures Zo­zo­bra as a sym­bol for the pro­tag­o­nist’s doom. Ac­tor and di­rec­tor Robert Mont­gomery worked with Joan Har­ri­son — one of the few women pro­duc­ing Hol­ly­wood movies in the ’40s — to put to­gether this movie, par­tially shot in Santa Fe and in La Fonda. Taos’ his­toric Tío Vivo Carousel pro­vides a refuge for Mont­gomery as Lucky Ga­gin. The film opens on Fri­day, Sept. 4. On the cover is a poster for the film.

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