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Many aspects of the movie Chinatown appealed to me as I have never seen it before and so many different things about it appealed me Most of all I loved Faye Dunaway in it and her character Evelyn Mulwray Most of all I love the sophistication of her character Evelyn It might be just the manner and the way women carried themselves in this era of time but nonetheless I love it She plays a woman who is above all mysterious She is good at hiding what she needs to and letting a little on what she subconsciously wants others to know Otherwise she wouldnt have kept meeting up with Jack Nicholsons character Mr Giddes Evelyn is brought into the plot because her husband Mr Mulwray was murdered Jake Giddes Jack Nicholsons character a private investigator type suspects that she killed her husband Hollis Mulwray played by Darrell Zwerling out of jealousy His story is that she killed him because she knew about his mistress Evelyn is very secretive about the whole ordeal and it turns out it wasnt because she killed himit was because the mistress that Mr Giddes suspects Mr Mulwray was having an affair with is actually the daughter AND sister of Evelyn Yes her father Noah Cross played by John Huston was her daughters father Evelyn is ashamed of this and its probably why she is reluctant to tell Mr Giddes the truth She seems as if she lies out of necessity but in actuality she doesnt lie just simply doesnt let the facts on to Mr Giddes This is shown in the way she converses with Mr Giddes In a very mystifying classy way she lets Mr Giddes finish her sentences leaving him to unnecessarily figure things out for himself Its as if she is weary about answering too much as if its not worth the risk if the person questioning her cant catch on to
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