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Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThis Claude Chabrol French murder mystery starring Gerard Depardieu is the film The Enzian has booked for this Friday, leading up to “Rabbit Hole,” which opens Jan. 14. It's about a celebrated police detective, on vacation, who dabbles in...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe late French filmmaker Claude Chabrol, who died in September at 80 after a long career in movies and TV, will be remembered for his place within the 1950s French New Wave (“Le Beau Serge, “1958) and such later movies as “Story of...
‘Social Network’ is back, ‘True Grit’ owns the box office, ‘Season of the Witch,’ ‘Country’ fail, big timeFrankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe guru says, and I agree, that there isn't a whole lot of box office heat behind the weekend's two new wide releases. “Country Strong” NEVER should have opened in larger cities before Mid-America. Has “G.I.Joe” taught us nothing?...
Brand XThe explosion of South Korean cinema in the last decade or so has been extraordinary to watch. Not long after the vibrant Hong Kong industry started losing its momentum, Korea began to take up the slack. Extraordinary filmmakers such as Park Chan-wook ("...
The Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Wednesday that it would present "The Godfather" director-producer Francis Ford Coppola with the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award and give honorary Oscars to British film...
Director Claude Chabrol, one of the founders of the New Wave movement that revolutionized French cinema, died Sunday. He was 80. Christophe Girard, who is responsible for cultural matters at Paris City Hall, announced Chabrol's death. No cause was given....
Special to The TimesThe French can't be beat for depicting sheer nastiness because they do it with such style and relish. Almost any Claude Chabrol film will do as an example, and a classic instance is H.G. Clouzot's controversial 1943 thriller "Le Corbeau," about a small-...
Times Wire ReportsClaude Berri, the French filmmaker who was a fixture in his country's film industry for more than 50 years and is perhaps best known for directing "Jean de Florette," which earned him international acclaim, died Monday. He was 74. Berri, whose short film...
Sentinel Movie CriticGorgeous French women litter the landscape of Claude Chabrol's subtle, sinister and utterly implausible A Girl Cut in Two. They're trophy wives who tolerate their womanizing husbands' affairs, society heiresses, hookers, TV talkers and ex-models who are...
Special to The TimesJean-Luc Godard is not merely the iconoclastic, indefatigable enfant terrible of France's New Wave but one of the most idiosyncratic and important filmmakers of the 20th century, whose innovative spirit continues to flourish into the 21st. His...
Special to The Times++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ How ironic -- yet oddly fitting -- that Michelangelo Antonioni should die in Italy, at 94, the day after Ingmar Bergman died at 89 in Sweden. At the time of their deaths they were arguably Europe's two...
Times Staff WriterWhen director Claude Chabrol cast Isabelle Huppert in the title role of his 1978 "Violette," as a notorious real-life teenage killer leading a double life, he found in her the ideal actress to express his career-long fascination with how bourgeoise...
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