With Belita, Joan Lorring, Barry Sullivan, Akim Tamiroff, Harry Morgan
"Based on Daniel Fuchs’s novel Low Company. One of the most peculiar noirs of the 1940s stars Barry Sullivan in a riveting performance as a small-time hood who suffers a mental breakdown as his big plans begin to crumble. Beautiful Belita is the slumming society girlfriend who only fuels his paranoia. Director Wiles, normally a production designer and art director, creates an arresting visual corollary for the character’s disintegrating psyche. Ultra rare! See it on the big screen while you can!"
Quoting the description from the 2010 San Francisco Film Noir Festival site.