The Third Man
When a writer (Joseph Cotten) travels to Vienna to visit an old friend (Orson Welles), he finds the man proclaimed dead. Bu upon investigating his death, he finds that things may not be as they seem. Hailed as one of the premier classics of film noir, The Third Man benefits from a thrilling story line, expressive score, innovative filming techniques, and Orson Welles. All these come together to make a film still watchable after over half a century.