Here’s a term we’ve heard often lately: gaslighting. Named after a 1944 film with Ingrid Bergman, it refers to manipulating someone to the extent that she starts to question her reality. In a way, you’re too sensitive is form of manipulation.
Is 1945's "To Have and Have Not" really a film noir? Well, you got your Bogey and Becall, your Hawks, your Hemmingway and Falkner and even your Hoagy Carmichael. Let's check the dialogue: "Oh, maybe just whistle. You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and... blow." Oh, yeah, film noir.