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Sorcerer: The misinterpreted classic from the director of The Exorcist and The French Connection

By the mid-1970s, William Friedkin was one of the most celebrated directors in Hollywood. His 1971 crime drama The French Connection picked up 5 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. 884 more words


Movie Recommendations: French Classics [Thoughts (Movies), #4]

Time for another round of foreign classics, but from a country a little further to the west: France! Again, only three of them right now, but I might come back later with more from the land of baguettes. 381 more words

Thoughts (movies)

High Hat Film Podcast/Episode 36/ The Wages of Fear

In this special, feature length addition of the Hall of Fame, Nick Murray takes over hosting duties as Michael Clancy has a turn at submitting a film. 64 more words


Le Salaire De Peur (The Wages of Fear), by Georges Arnaud (Julliard, 1950). From a second-hand bookshop in France.

My Week in Movies, 2015 Week 37

Ever since I was at school I’ve often had a tendency to bite off more than I can chew, taking on projects far more ambitious than I can cope with and producing a lacklustre finished piece as a result of rushing or making do. 1,511 more words

My Week In Movies

High-Octane Thrills - The Art of the Chase Movie, Pt. 1: "The Wages of Fear"

One of the most important aspects of designing a film is location. Settings speak to stories in a multitude of ways, from displaying time and place to conveying theme to just providing an interesting aesthetic.  2,392 more words

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