Cinephiles the world over will stop and take notice upon learning of this privately operated Vienna museum dedicated solely to the celebration of director Carol Reed's 1949 noir classic, The Third Man.
Reed's film is universally renowned. The conventional wisdom that holds that there is no accounting for taste simply doesn't apply here (or, if you like, is proven by exception). Among its many honors (the Grand Prix at Cannes, Best Film at the British Academy Awards, an Oscar for Best Cinematography, etc.), the film was selected as the best British film of the 20th century by the British Film Institute in 1999.
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