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Delon makes a magnificent performance as the disturbed Mr. Klein.
This early scene was important in understanding the subtext to the overall story: as to what happens when people are subjected to irrational and arbitrary 'authority'!
It's telling of our fragmented film culture that such an accomplished work of art remains unknown, even to many serious film buffs.
Enjoyed the movie. It is expressive and well done. I would purchase more movie via this venue, as it is covenant.Published 17 months ago by suzanne e
I try to collect all of his movies and have a long ways to go. I bought this on VHS and now it is out on DVD. And I really like it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by William Dakota
This is probably Alain Delon best film. It is a chilling story. Anyone who sees this movie becomes more human after.Published on March 11, 2013 by m.
Joseph Losey's "Monsieur Klein" from 1976, was a Faustian tale set in Nazi-occupied Paris (1942), about one man's journey into the abyss of self-discovery! Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by CARLOS ROMERO
"Mephisto" (1982) avec Klaus Maria Brandauer et "Monsieur Klein" (1976) avec Alain Delon (dirigé par Joseph Losey; écrit par Franco Solinas et Fernando Morandi) sont... Read morePublished on March 10, 2012 by John du Prey
Delon as the classic "individualist" who profiteers until finally the
Brechtian idea of "first they came for 'x', you weren't concerned... Read more
What is in a name? This question has profound implications during an anti-Semitic regime. The surname is a precursor to identity: Klein implies French Catholicism or Dutch Jewish... Read morePublished on August 2, 2010 by Stefania Casi (The Cultural Sojourner)
During World War II, M. Klein takes money from Jews trying to escape the country, but turns them over to the Nazis instead. Read morePublished on October 11, 2009 by Paul Kao
I haven't seen this movie since it came out in 1976, but I've never forgotten it! Without question, it's a masterpiece, one of the best movies ever made about the Holocaust. Read morePublished on December 14, 2008 by Suzi B.