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Road to Corinth (1967)
Far from stellar Chabrol, this is basically a farce, a half-mocking comedy that looks well but messes with Zorba, Bond and Hitchcock (surprise). The aerial shots mock the idea of scenery - a taunting affront to tourism, the Greek tourist board, the desire of the viewer to be transported elsewhere. The yarn is stodge and silly, TV spy serial material at best. But Seberg is an alluring parody of table-turning plaything. Corinthe seems to try cross-reference itself out of existence while not being sure why or indeed to what it is referring. Nothing here for the emotions or mind. Not a patch on La Rapture or Que Cet Homme Meure. Watch to relax.