Claude Chabrol, l'entomologiste Trailer

Claude Chabrol, l'entomologiste Trailer (1993)

12 February 1993 Factual 51 mins

Made for "Cinéma, de notre temps" series. In a peaceful residence near the Loire River, Chabrol raised his favorite characters : monsters. In this documentary, we can see him actively working on the adaptation of Simenon's novel "Betty", and answering the questions posed by Jean Douchet (his former colleagues at the magazine "Cahiers du Cinéma"). Excerpts from The Butcher (Le Boucher), Violette Nozière, The Hatter's Ghost (Les Fantômes du chapelier) and Masks (Masques) will punctuate their meaningful and witty conversation.

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Claude Chabrol

as Himself

Jean Douchet

as Himself

International Releases Dates

France 12 February 1993

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