Hollywood 1943.  Hollywood icons, director Billy Wilder and crime novelist Raymond Chandler battled censors and each other, and defied limitations placed upon cinema by the Hollywood Production Code. In doing so, they defined an entirely new genre of movies – film noir. Originally produced by Garry Marshall, award-winning director Michael Matthews helms this behind-the-scenes play the Huffington Post called "A Highly Amusing, Highly Polished Comedy!"

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