Tag Archives: Henri-Georges Clouzot

The Wages of Fear (1953) – reviewed by George

This French film is considered a classic, and it’s easy to see why. It deals with a real problem experienced after WWII by certain disconnected men who chose to travel rather than return home, and it puts them into a … Continue reading

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Les Diaboliques (1955) – reviewed by George

At a boys’ boarding school in France, M. Delassalle, ┬áthe head master/owner (technically his wife is the owner, but he waves the facts away) cuts corners by stinting on food as well as on more mundane supplies, maintains a mistress … Continue reading

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