|Born||Nora Clemens Sayre
September 20, 1932
|Died||August 8, 2001
New York City
|Occupation||Writer, film critic|
Nora Clemens Sayre (September 20, 1932 – August 8, 2001) was an American film critic and essayist. She was a reviewer of films for The New York Times in the 1970s, and, from 1981, a writing teacher at Columbia University for many years. She specialised in the Cold War and authored books such as Running Time: Films of the Cold War (1982, Dial Press) in which she examined Hollywood movie-making in the 1950s.
She married Robert Neild in 1957 but the marriage was dissolved four years later. She died at the age of 68 in New York City.
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