"The Third Man" suggests that sometimes it is necessary to put loyalty aside and betray a friend.
Carol Reed's direction of "The Third Man", coupled with Graham Greene's screenplay, continually thrust forward the notion that the betrayal of a friend is forgivable in the light of a greater good. However, what one considers the correct, moral course of action is totally dependant upon their preference of what is considered to be the pinnacle form of 'morality', that being the highest stranded of integrity a human can display. 'The Third Man' arguably considers the betrayal of a friend acceptable in light of the common good, and throughout the movie it is seen that the arguments for maint…
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