Must-See Cinema! Winner of Academy Awards for Best Director and Best Supporting Actor (Huston)
Many critics consider The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre, released in 1948, to be director John Huston’s finest cinematic offering, a gritty depiction of the cancerous effects of gold lust upon a man’s soul. Yet there are countless films that deal with the subject matter of money and greed and the deadly combination the two can create. What makes this film stand out is the artistry behind the movie. From the direction of Huston, to the performances of Humphrey Bogart and Huston’s father, Walter, to the stellar camera work of Ted McCord, The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre achieves an uncompromising look into the dark side of human nature.
- Scott McGee & Eleanor Quin, Turner Classic Movies
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