Le Corbeau (1948)
Le Corbeau Photos
as Le docteur Rémy Germain
as Denise Saillens
as Laura Vorzet
as Michel Vorzet
as Mail Superintendent
as Marie Corbin
as Mother of `No. 13'
as Dr. Delorme
as The Sub-Prefect
as Francois, the cancer patient
Critic Reviews for Le Corbeau
Polished, impersonal work, it puts forward little more than a spirit of free-floating misanthropy.
This exposé of a malicious small town in France must be one of the most depressed films to emerge from the period of the German Occupation.
Clouzot, often called the French Hitchcock, is not just a master of suspense but is also most adroit at implicating his audience.
an involving mystery, a bitter portrait of a community at odds with itself and, with its unlikeable characters, stark use of shadows and pessimistic moral outlook, an exemplary forerunner to the whole genre of film noir.
Audience Reviews for Le Corbeau
An absorbing thriller that surprises us with the way its mystery becomes always more gripping and with its pessimistic view of mankind and the rottenness hidden inside all of us - and it came out in a perfect time for that sort of discussion during the German occupation of France.
I thought it was boring..
This was quite a spooky flick. The mystery keeps you guessing even after the movie is over, if you know what I mean. Nevertheless, it's quite entertaining. A little bit of editing would have made it even better.
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