, 112min, OmdU
Jack Carter is a London gangster who comes to Newcastle to avenge his brother’s death, and by going against the Newcastle mob, he loses his underworld immunity. He moves through a world of workingclass pubs, boardinghouses managed by sad-eyed and warm-voiced widows and off-track betting parlors. This sort of proletarian detail is unusual in a British detective movie. Usually we get all flash and no humanity, lots of fancy camera tricks but no feel for the criminal strata of society. GET CARTER has the sure feel for the underbelly of society, like the good american detective novelists have always had. The character created by Caine is particularly interesting. he’s tough and ruthless, but very quiet and charged with a terrible irony. An early scene at a racetrack, where he quizzes a chauffeur hiding behind blank dark glasses, is as good a Caine scene as anything since he found the girl in his apartment in THE IPCRESS FILE. (Roger Ebert)
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In the presence of Wolf Suschitzky.