The production's numerous acting-school tricks are not always successful, they're rarely boring.
Thoughtful, intelligent and classically beautiful, Raul Ruiz's adaptation of Jean Giono's novel presents a challenge for auds unfamiliar with Giono's work. This story of a peasant girl, living in…
Even recognizing that few writers rival Michel Tremblay in the richness of his female characters and that "Marcel Pursued by the Hounds" offers one of his best in blowzy, boozy Therese, a barmaid…
This is one of those rare films, a social and psychological drama that remains taut and absorbing throughout due to a rare combination of observant direction, expert thesping and an insight into the…
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