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Claude Chabrol  A master of the suspense thriller, Chabrol approaches his subjects with a cold, distanced objectivity that has led at least one critic to liken him to a compassionate but unsentimental god viewing the foibles and follies of his creations.

Claude Chabrol A master of the suspense thriller, Chabrol approaches his subjects with a cold, distanced objectivity that has led at least one critic to liken him to a compassionate but unsentimental god viewing the foibles and follies of his creations.

The Lover - Based on Marguerite Duras' autobiographical novel  Shows the political, social and class tensions and sexual role-playing refracted through an erotic relationship between a beautiful French girl (Jane March) and her older, elegant, aristocratic Chinese lover (Tony Leung). The film is set in French-occupied Indochina during the 1920s.  The narration & scenery have a dreamy feel that pull you into the story.

The Lover - Based on Marguerite Duras' autobiographical novel Shows the political, social and class tensions and sexual role-playing refracted through an erotic relationship between a beautiful French girl (Jane March) and her older, elegant, aristocratic Chinese lover (Tony Leung). The film is set in French-occupied Indochina during the 1920s. The narration & scenery have a dreamy feel that pull you into the story.

Zhang Yimou sees red. Cinematographer : Christopher Doyle

Zhang Yimou sees red. Cinematographer : Christopher Doyle

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