Me ha gustado verla. Entretenida. Y, sobre todo, esa Francia antes del pop03 abril 2018 (Editado)
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"Claude Chabrol's first color feature (1959), also known as A double tour and Web of Passion, adapts a Stanley Ellin thriller in which a bourgeois family's oedipal conflicts lead to murder. The beautiful color cinematography of Aix-en-Provence is by Henri Decae, and the film is plotted with a mise en scene that suggests Alfred Hitchcock. The lively if uneven cast includes Jean-Paul Belmondo, the creepy Andre Jocelyn, Madeleine Robinson, Bernadette Lafont, and nouvelle vague axiom Laszlo Szabo. It's not a total success, but it was one of the first pictures to translate the French New Wave's genre interests into mainstream terms, and it's full of sexy and irreverent details. "