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Robyn Remington

Owner - Consulting Ya Ha Tinda LLC

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Robyn Remington is an experienced and talented consultant who helps local and international companies improve their performance and solve problems before they happen. Remington lives in Palm Beach, Florida, and owns and runs YA HA TINDA LLC. This consulting and strategy business helps medium-inventory mass production companies with supply chain management and vendor-managed inventories.

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January 12, 2023

What Qualifies Film As Noir

There are a few essential things to consider to determine whether a film is a noir. These factors include budget, cast, and plot. Characters Film noir is a genre of cinema that originated in the classical Hollywood period of the late 1940s and early 1950s. Hardboiled literature, gangster films, and German expressionism influenced it. In […]

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December 21, 2022

How did Film Noir Discuss the Characteristics of Humans?

Film noir is a genre of film that deals with the human condition in all its shades and complexities. From the sexual tension to the moral tales that deviate from ideals, the film has many different themes. This article will discuss some of these topics and explore how they are portrayed in a few of […]

Why Was Film Noir Censored?
November 29, 2022

Why Was Film Noir Censored?

During the 1930s, the United States government tried to censor films, specifically the film noir genre. This was due to several reasons. It was a political move, and it also meant that the American film industry was being regulated. It was a time of social change, and the film noir genre helped people understand the […]

November 8, 2022

An Introductory Look at the Film Noir Genre

Film noir is a style of the film made with an underlying cynicism. After World War II, America was disillusioned, and cynicism crept onto the silver screen. Instead of unique sets and heroic cowboys, noir movies featured dark city streets and morally ambiguous private eyes. This style of filmmaking also used expressionistic shadows instead of the Technicolor […]

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