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Diabolically Yours (1967)

“It’s a dream. It just doesn’t make sense.”

When Alain Delon awakes from a coma after a life threatening car crash, he’s told his name is George. 637 more words

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Pépé le Moko (1937)

Image missing because my video card decided today would be its last day of service so I’m not able to grab a good enough shot to do this post justice. 496 more words



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This new Cinematheque series showcases post war French Crime classics, may of which are seldom seen. 1,310 more words

The Death of Louis XIV ★★★½

When I think of great slow cinema, this is the sort of film that comes to mind. The Death of Louis XIV chronicles just that, the final days leading up to the death of perhaps the most famous of all French kings, and no more. 442 more words