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La chambre verte

François Truffaut Perancis, 1978

Duncan Gray's rating of the film The Green Room

Truffaut said that he made this film—and took the lead role—because he'd reached a point where so many people in his life had died. It's one of his most underrated works, rich and resonant in evoking an obsession with the past that is as unhealthy as it is understandable and flourishes in its historical context. The chief drawback is the end, in which the most interesting threads find closure only through melodrama.