Often, when you text search a movie title for images from a movie, you see a few iconic images, images from a 70s remake, images of the actors in other movies, images from lists of similar movies, etc. And then there are always the oddballs, images that have some matching text associated with them, but that don't have anything to do with the topic of the original search.
When I wrote my little piece on "The Narrow Margin", I of course searched on the movie title. And, among all the various images that came up, the one below always did.
It's probably because of the margin of victory in 1916, or something, but I prefer to think that search is giving me a clue about the roots of noir, and the kind of overconfident men who think they can handle a situation that is completely beyond them.
Of course, look at him enough, and he seems a lot more sinister than just the poor schnook who gets his lunch eaten by Henry Cabot Lodge. This is the man behind the guys behind the guys you think are the problem. The star of a new genre: Progressive Noir.