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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Un classique du cinéma français où le talent de Fresnay est omniprésent ! www.cinefiches.com

  2. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film Le corbeau

  3. Warren Spratley's rating of the film Le corbeau

  4. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film Le corbeau

    7.1/10, my review: http://wp.me/p1eXom-372

  5. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Germain is not exactly a sympathetic character, despite what is happening to him. It's probably due to his lack of sympathy and the air of superiority he carries. Which is often what people with secrets do. Everyone seems to have secrets, and the film twists and turns up until the very end, where a kind of justice prevails.

  6. belemir's rating of the film Le corbeau

  7. Diderot's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Pretty good thriller about paranoia and panic. The final act of revenge, the way we're prepared for it, and how it's finally shot and staged--restrained and understated, but all the more effective--is worth the whole thing.

  8. lina maj's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Ah, the typography in this film is to die for.

  9. SpacePirate's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Like a french Agatha Christie, this one was a mystery was a joy to watch and try to untangle

  10. Lutka's rating of the film Le corbeau

    I have read the curiosity that French people didn't like the film, as they considered it makes fun of all villagers of France, defining them like in the film...

  11. RoRoRoro's rating of the film Le corbeau

  12. kasumasu02's rating of the film Le corbeau

  13. José Neves's rating of the film Le corbeau

    It seems unlikely that Clouzot could be one of Chabrol's parents since he was slipped into the "cinéma de papa" bag, being not exactly a reference for the filmmakers related to Nouvelle Vague. And yet, this chronic of bourgeois pettiness is so Chabrolian that impresses its existence "avant la lettre". If bourgeois are like pigs, some cinema that swept them is not, because the more time passes, the more it refines.

  14. Muraki's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Loved every bit of this classic french noir.

  15. El Biffo's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Amazing that the nazis allowed this to be made during their occupation of France, because the point of the story is one that might have been directed at them: Evil is so contagious.

  16. paxy's rating of the film Le corbeau

    https://cinepaxy.wordpress.com/2014/11/07/il-corvo/

  17. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Clouzot en otra historia sobre un "anónimo" hábil y tramposo partiendo desde la idea de un pueblo (cualquier, se dice) que esconde una serie de secretos que serán punto de partida para una difamación. "El cuervo" es el ingreso al psico-social, el miedo a los pecados develados, pero sobretodo una lectura al cinismo, uno que no solo recae en el responsable criminal, sino en todo un pueblo. Un final de antología.

  18. Basque's rating of the film Le corbeau

    The main inspiration behind The White Ribbon, or so it seems.

  19. Frank's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Was this director good or what? Every bit the director that Hitchcock was.

  20. Olivier's rating of the film Le corbeau

    The photo shown here is from "L'assassin habite au 21" by H.G. Clouzot, his directorial debut.

  21. Shantts's rating of the film Le corbeau

    There are so many levels to this film. Clouzot knows all there is about suspense.

  22. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Excellent psychological drama scores with a razor sharp screenplay that deftly balances the complexities of its engrossing characters. There were moments that could have been played with a bit more tension rather than cold detachment, but that's a debatable creative choice. A classic.

  23. Sean Keeley's rating of the film Le corbeau

    A dark, bitter masterpiece that's not only a damn fine thriller but a bold evisceration of Vichy France. Respected authority figures are exposed as villains, the Vichy ideal of the respectable family woman is undermined, and of course, the plot involving anonymous letters speaks to the reality of paranoia and denunciation prominent during the Occupation.

  24. NealEdelstein's rating of the film Le corbeau

    Often ripped off, but nothing comes close to this masterpiece.

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