Middle Twentieth Century British Mystery Flicks
Even if you're not as old as Methuselah and you don't watch all that much television, I recommend you try 1950s B&W British mystery films.
American films tend to be a lot of glitz, noise, and action. A lot of fluff and little diversion.
British films offer a change in location, interesting customs and accents, and a refreshing point of view. All of this without the Hollywood glitz, noise, and gratuitous action.
In short, a most pleasant change. At the moment, in fact, I've paused one I'm watching, The Delavine Affair (1955), starring actors mostly unfamiliar to me, with the exception of Honor Blackman.
You know, it can be refreshing to watch faces you know playing characters you don't know.
Why not try it? The most it can cost you is a bit more than an hour.
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