This film is a classic in the true sense of the word and not just because it's well over 20 years old. THE THIRD MAN directed by Carol Reed and released in 1949. Joseph Cotten starred as Holly Martins, a poor writer who's visiting poor post-war Vienna to reunite with an old friend named Harry Lime. When he arrives, Harry seems to be deceased. We follow Holly and the police as they investigate under the manholes, below the surface, in the sewers. When Harry died, who was "the third man" at the scene? Harry left behind a woman who is still in love with him. Holly gets answers as he goes below the surface of their friendship. There's a lot of mystery. You have the feeling that Holly is being watched. Some people are reluctant to talk about Harry Lime. Cinematographer Robert Kraskher gave us classic, gorgeously atmospheric black and white shots. You other classic film fans could frame stills from THE THIRD MAN and put them on your walls as art.