Chabrol


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Chabrol

(French ʃabrɔl)
n
(Biography) Claude (klod). 1930–2010, French film director, whose films, such as Le Beau Serge (1958), Les Biches (1968), Le Boucher (1969), Au coeur du mensonge (1999), and La Fleur du mal (2003) explore themes of jealousy, guilt, and murder
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Snow-capped Western Day of theOutlaw is another one, ditto Black Orpheus (the Carnival-set Brazilian drama which won the Golden Palm at Cannes), ditto Claude Chabrol's The Cousins , Chabrol being another of those French New Wave troublemakers.
Over the course of her five-decade career she collaborated with celebrated directors such as Michael Haneke, Claude Chabrol, Jean-Luc Godard, Otto Preminger, Bertrand Tavernier, Bertrand Blier, Claire Denis and Paul Verhoeven.
In 2000 she co-starred with Isabelle Huppert in Claude Chabrol's Merci pour le Chocolat.
Il a aussi fait carriere au cinema: en quelque 80 films, il tourna avec Francois Truffaut ([beaucoup moins que]Tirez sur le pianiste[beaucoup plus grand que]), Volker Schlondorff ([beaucoup moins que]Le tambour[beaucoup plus grand que]), Claude Chabrol ([beaucoup moins que]les fantomes du chapelier[beaucoup plus grand que])…
Mike is in very good company, because the other memorable movies to be showcased are by Antonioni, Spielberg, Godard, Forman and Chabrol. Talk about really heavy and scintillating cinematic name-dropping, that's it.
For most historians, the core of the French New Wave during the late 1950s and early 1960s involved critic-filmmakers associated with the journal Cahiers du Cinema, and especially Francois Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, and Claude Chabrol. As Demy scholars Camille Taboulay and Rodney Hill point out, Demy indeed associated with the Cahiers group and even turned down offers to write for their journal (Hill "Demy Monde," 383).
"Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol, all those directors were really inspired by fashion.
"Ophelia," a 1963 film directed by French New Wave filmmaker Claude Chabrol, in which the story of "Hamlet" is adapted to 1960s France, is also among the highlights.
From Francois Truffaut, Jean Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol, Agnes Varda, and Louis Malle, to Claude Miller, Nicolas Philibert, Francis Weber, Christophe Gans, and Ismael Ferroukhi, the deroulement is more or less historical, moving from 1959 (Les 400 Coups) to 2004 (Le Grand Voyage).
He has worked with famous filmmakers around the world such as Claude Chabrol, Andrzej ?u?awski, Lucio Fulci, Mauro Bolognini, J.