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La Belle Captive Blu-ray Review

A sensuous and erotic film, director Robbe-Grillet keeps viewers off balance by blurring the domains of time and the line between reality and fantasy.

The Soft Skin [UK] Blu-ray Review

Truffaut's Hitchcockian drama about love, lies, and sex, The Soft Skin, comes to Blu-ray in a beautiful transfer from Artificial Eye

The 400 Blows [UK] Blu-ray Review

Artificial Eye gives us a beautiful Blu-ray rendering of Truffaut's stunning 1959 debut The 400 Blows

Jules et Jim [UK] Blu-ray Review

François Truffaut's classic tragic romance, the sweeping and poetic Jules et Jim gets a pleasing release on Blu-ray from Artificial Eye

The Essential Jacques Demy [Criterion Collection] Blu-ray Review

This is a definitive collection of six of writer/director Jacques Demy's best films, receiving fabulous makeovers from Criterion Collection

Classe tous risques [UK] Blu-ray Review

Claude Sautet's debut film Classe tous risques is a gripping crime thriller classic

Les cousins [Masters of Cinema] [UK] Blu-ray Review

Claude Chabrol's second feature, Les cousins, was a mirror image of his first, Le beau Serge. More successful than the former, the complex morality play that mixed elements of farce, romance, thriller, and film noir would go on to help define and vindicate the nouvelle vague.

Le beau Serge [Masters of Cinema] [UK] Blu-ray Review

The classic that launched the nouvelle vague arrives in a beautifully rendered edition from the Masters of Cinema series.

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