Mary Poppins Returns
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Chabrol was a hedonist who made no bones about how much he relished food and sex, usually in that order.
Claude Chabrol's dissection of the living-dead bourgeoisie
An early sample of a French New Wave "whodunit" from Claude Chabrol.
Not the most accomplished Claude Chabrol film, but as an early effort it's pretty good. Chabrol's first film in colour, plus his first look at the bourgeoisie and first venture into the psychological thriller genre which he would later become known for. Adding to this list of firsts is Jean-Paul Belmondo's major screen debut.
Probably more of interest to Chabrol fans rather than your average viewer.
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