neo-noir

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neo-noir (ˌniːəʊˈnwɑː)
 
adj
(of a film) set in contemporary modern times, but showing characteristics of a film noir, in plot or style

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Main Entry:  neo-noir
Part of Speech:  adj, n
Definition:  influenced by and reviving the style of film noir; a film or piece of literature that is styled on film noir
Example:  L.A. Confidential is an example of neo-noir film.
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