The Day of the Jackal

Set in 1963, The Day of the Jackal is about a cat and mouse game between police and an assassin. Thom Browne called it a stylish movie, and I would be inclined to agree – while the wardrobe is very dated by today’s standards, the actors carry themselves well without making it seem like they’re wearing costumes. Best yet, Edward Fox’s character drives an Alfa Romeo Giulietta and sports many different cravats throughout the film.

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The famous melon scene…

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