Tag: Henri-Georges Clouzot

We Are Our Media: ‘Assassination Nation’ and Pop Art Society

“Part of me expects something as grandiose as ‘Assassination Nation’ to happen in real life, and that’s what’s especially terrifying.”

‘Les diaboliques’ and the Beginnings of the Erotic Thriller

“One of the most compelling things about ‘Les Diaboliques’ and its cinematic offspring is that viewers are always left with the sense that there are secrets untold, questions unanswered.”

The Wages of Fear Movie Essay - 1953 Henri-Georges Clouzot Film

Vague Visages Is FilmStruck: Henri-Georges Clouzot’s ‘The Wages of Fear’

“Just because ‘The Wages of Fear’ is dire and pessimistic, that doesn’t make it any less perceptive or accurate. Quite the contrary: the virulent truth only makes it that much more engrossing…”