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The Wages of Fear (Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1951)

“The Wages of Fear contains tension-fraught stretches of ‘pure cinema’ that probably gave even the Master cold sweats, but darkly humorous political satire directed at incipient global capitalism and a ballsy existentialism also suffuse Clouzot’s film.” Read my review of … Continue reading

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