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“Stage and Spectacle”: The Golden Coach (Jean Renoir, 1953)

Upon returning to Europe after spending WWII as a Hollywood exile, where he had turned out studio product ranging from the sublime (The Southerner) to the not-quite-ridiculous (Woman on the Beach, which suffered more from studio interference, by all accounts, … Continue reading

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