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Les Biches (The Does)

Claude Chabrol’s take on sexual ambiguity in 1968 is mischievous. Stéphane Audran plays the resplendent Frédérique, nouvelle vague’s colonialist of female lust and control. She’s the wealthy dominatrix who wants power over those she desires, and she pursues them with … Continue reading

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Ma Nuit Chez Maud (My Night at Maud’s)

Jean-Louis (Jean-Louis Trintignant) is the modern prince of the nouvelle vague. He is a disturbingly handsome man, boyish yet stoic, and has a voice so plutonic, it could sear a woman’s soul. He is steadfast in his Catholicism, world-view and … Continue reading

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