1931-1940ComedyFranceHenri-Georges ClouzotShort Film

Henri-Georges Clouzot – La terreur des Batignolles (1931)

A burglar slips inside a middle-class apartment. Believing he could work quietly, he’s surprised by a couple in evening dress.

An expressionist comedy greatly influenced by German Expressionism set in a bohemian enclave of northern Paris, which Clouzot made shortly before he served as assistant director to Anatole Litvak and E.A. Dupont and began scripting French versions of German films at Berlin’s UFA studios.

885MB | 14 min 58 s | 962×720 | mkv


Subtitles:English (muxed)

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