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Grand Illusion (Jean Renoir, 1937)

“Jean Renoir’s Grand Illusion is a deeply compassionate, never sentimentalized threnody for the European aristocracy rendered obsolete as the dodo bird by WWI’s catastrophic carnage.” Read my full review of Jean Renoir’s masterw0rk, showing in a spanking new 4K transfer at … Continue reading

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