Actors: Victor McLaglen, Margot Grahame, Preston Foster, Wallace Ford, Donald Meek
|Plot Summary of The Informer|
THE INFORMER is a movie directed by John Ford in 1935. Both Victor McLaglen and John Ford earned an Academy Award for this picture.
Dublin, Ireland in 1922. Gypo and his girl-friend are literally starving to death in this troubled period. All of a sudden, Gypo decides to betray his old friend Frankie and hand him over to the British army in order to earn the £20 reward. He will then get drunk and draw the I.R.A.'s attention by spending all the money in one night. How will Gypo defend himself when the I.R.A. will accuse him of being the informer ?
This synopsis report prepared by Daniel Staebler
|Script Analysis of The Informer|
Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Time/era of movie:
Crime & Scandal
Main Char. ethnic: (if not US Caucasian)
- story of lower class
Story of city/rural life?
- Big City
Culture of surrounding area:
- coping with poverty (general)
- Super sensitive soggy jelly muffin
- dirty, grimy (like New York)
Accounts of torture and death?
- moderately detailed references to deaths
Sex/nudity in movie?
What kind of sex:
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