Articles tagged claude chabrol

Projecting Delusions: Two French New Wave Masters on the Dangers of Film

The World's Most Beautiful Swindlers and Ophélia will satisfy buffs who must track down previously obscure items from the French New Wave.

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31 Jul 2007 // 10:59 PM

The Comedy of Power

Chabrol is often labeled the French Hitchcock for his fascination with intrigue, the criminal mind, moral compromise, and guilt.

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11 Jul 2007 // 10:59 PM

Violette Nozière (1978)

Violette, a classic French thriller that compels right at the ultra-noir first moment.

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14 May 2007 // 3:48 AM

Claude Chabrol It’s strange to think of Claude Chabrol as a French New Wave pioneer after all these years. While some new wavers have

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5 Jan 2006 // 1:00 AM

À Double Tour (1959)

À Double Tour is a visually engrossing if emotionally underwhelming thriller set in one the director's prototypically dysfunctional families.

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The Flower of Evil (La Fleur Du Mal) (2003)

Claude Chabrol keeps the forces that threaten to tear the family asunder, for the most part, submerged.

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Supernatural Sets the Stage for Season Finalé With “There's Something About Mary”

// Channel Surfing

"A busy episode in which at least one character dies, two become puppets, and three are trapped and left for dead in an unlikely place.

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