Tag Archives: Claude Chabrol

A Double Tour (Chabrol, 1959)

Also known as Leda, A Double Tour is Claude Chabrol’s third feature. Not quite to his truly great period (which for me starts in 1968), this one’s still got its moments. It’s somehow more of a swinging film than other Chabrol’s. Maybe … Continue reading

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Masques (Chabrol, 1987)

Why are Claude Chabrol films always so high-key? For someone who was more or less a genre filmmaker he departs from one major tenet of thrillers/mysteries – even a lot of his suspenseful scenes are brightly lit. Masques is no … Continue reading

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