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Audio commentary featuring film scholar Adrian Martin
A 2011 documentary by filmmaker Pierre-Henri Gibert about the making of Les cousins, featuring director Claude Chabrol, star Stéphane Audran, assistant directors Charles Bitsch and Claude de Givray, and others
New and improved English subtitle translation
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film critic Terrence Rafferty
Paul seems to like his country cousin and Charles seems intrigued by Paul's social charm and carefree lifestyle.
Back when it was made, people had a hard time telling the difference between Bergman and Fellini and the pretenders, like Chabrol and Antonioni.
A young man who was very sheltered while growing up is sent to live with his city cousin while they both attend law school.
This is one of the nouvelle vague movie that was formidable in 1964 the first time i saw it. Still is.Published 5 months ago by Adolfo Gomez
Paul is a dissolute urban beatnik with a slimy friend, Clovis. When Paul gets a girl pregnant, he buys her an abortion. He's going to corrupt his country mouse cousin. Right? Read morePublished 10 months ago by librich
Another Chabrol gem-- which I perversely expect everytime I view this director's films. I'm not saying he is another Fellini or Bergman or Bunuel but definitely one among the... Read morePublished on December 24, 2011 by rome-nylover