Noir (or noire) is the French word for black. It may also refer to:

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Other articles related to "noir":

Long Hello And Short Goodbye
... American screenplay by Jeff Vintar featured a complex neo-noir flashback structure that centered around the seemingly dead characters littering the bloody floor of a fancy apartment ... and slowly the pieces of the puzzle come together in classic film noir fashion, but with a distinctly modern edge ... members alike, although it remains a cult favorite among noir buffs, and received a positive review in Variety that predicted the film would play in broad-minded festivals around the world, where genre fans should lap ...
Lilienfelderhof - Winemaking
... monks in the Thermenregion who originally introduced the Pinot noir grape to Austria from the Order’s motherhouse in Burgundy) and the contemporary revitalisation ... Lilienfeld are planted with Rotgipfler (a cross between Traminer, a parent of the Burgundian Pinot noir, and the Austrian Roter Veltliner), Weissburgunder ... Laurent, related to Pinot noir, and Blaufränkisch), as well as Zierfandler, Riesling, Welschriesling, and Neuburger ...
Noir - Other Uses
... Noir (fashion), a Danish luxury fashion brand La Legion Noire (The Black Legion), a military unit of the French Revolutionary Army Royale Noir, a Windows XP theme ...
Spartin - Synonyms
... Gondran, Gro Nuar, Gronnat, Gronnay, Gros beclan (in Jura), Gros nat, Gros noir, Gros noirin, Gros plant, Mal noir, Mauvais noir, Mosaguin, Parlouseau, Parlousseau, Pelaursin ...
Marvel Noir
... Marvel Noir is a 2009-2010 Marvel Comics alternative continuity combining elements of film noir and pulp fiction with the Marvel Universe ... central premise of the mini-series replaces super powers with driven, noir-flavored characterization ...

Famous quotes containing the word noir:

    C’est à Paris que je me coiffe
    Casque noir de jemenfoutiste.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)