Panique (Panic) (1947)
Critic Reviews for Panique (Panic)
It is part shadowy film noir, part compelling character study and, most surprising of all, part powerful indictment of mob violence in general and the French character in particular.
Duvivier's film kicks off in a realist register, then gradually transforms into a noirish romance of deception until finally settling into a tragic allegory of wartime collaborationism and the cruel madness of rumor, fear and and spite.
Panique is as vital today as when it first came out in 1946.
A powerful piece of cinema sustained by some great performances.
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