NO LONGER PLAYING
"A SUPERB NOIR THRILLER!"— Philip French, The Guardian
WINNER, BEST DIRECTOR
VENICE FILM FESTIVAL, 1947
"Demands to be seen again and again." — Luc Sante
"A stunningly well-made entertainment...in this country it never got the audience it deserved." — Pauline Kael
Back in distribution after an absence of some years, Henri-Georges Clouzot's 'Le Corbeau' is a superb noir thriller, starring the great Pierre Fresnay, about the corrosive effect of poison-pen letters in small French town. Made in 1943, it is to the Occupation what Renoir's La Règle du Jeu is to the ...