The Darker City (30 images)
Film Noir never made much sense. Moral ambiguity and surprisingly cynical private eyes is one thing, but the deep night-shadows and wet streets in the fog and rain just aren't Los Angeles, unless the weather here was far different back in the early fifties. But now and then, and not too often, there's a Noir day out here, when the whole place turns into a Raymond Chandler novel. This was one of those days that got darker by the hour, ending in quiet light rain. This was La Brea just south of...