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Archival interview with director Jean-Pierre Melville and Jean-Paul Belmondo
Visual essay by French film scholar Ginette Vincendeau
Original theatrical trailer
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic and novelist Gary Indiana
This is classic Melville with Henri Decae's excellent camera work.
The priest, surprisingly, both shares and understands many of her questions, with himself combating his own fears and concerns about religion.
And its the fact that he is no honest to her but to everyone else and even if one wants to provoke him, he does not push them away.
Excellent dialogue delivered by J.P, Belmondo and rest of cast. VERY strange outlook on life by any priest past or present.Published 4 days ago by Maximo
Powerful Film That Delves Into Some Very Strong Issues That There Is Not Any Good Or a Some Times Right Answers To These Strong Philosophical Challenges.Published 3 months ago by John Ford
This is especially refreshing at a time when the American film industry is pandering to the religious market with a lot of mawkish, simplistic and eye-rollingly literal movies. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gryphon X
This is obviously a well crafted film but I didn't like the story much. Leon came off as Super Priest, always with a quick answer, soundly defeating all doubt, never expressing any... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Citris1
All in order, expectations met, criterion collection is the best for all cinephiles out there, highly recommended. Packaging no trouble with it eitherPublished 18 months ago by Luis Gomez Gonzale
Set in Nazi occupied France Melville's film deals with the relationship between Morin (Belmondo) and a lonely atheist Barny (Riva). Read morePublished 18 months ago by JMF
speedy no issues. everything seemed to be in order with the box, album art, disc and insert, thank you againPublished 19 months ago by Chris W.
love it it is a French movie but can use it in usa in black and white use it in dvd playersPublished 21 months ago by Teresa Sue Allen
Now, this film is not for everyone--especially Mellville fans who are expecting fedoras and trenchcoats.... Read morePublished on September 17, 2012 by Dr. Morbius