A Cinema of Cruelty?

Looking beyond the clichéd portrait of a frivolous, voluble Eric Rohmer
by Charlotte Garson   posted Jan 15, 2010

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Eric Rohmer on the set of his film The Romance of Astrea and Celadon
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Charlotte Garson is a film critic for Cahiers du cinéma and a member of its editorial board. She is the author of an essay for young cinephiles (Amoureux, 2007) and of the books Jean Renoir (2008) and Le Cinéma hollywoodien (2008) and heads the film pages of the French cultural monthly Etudes. She also produces radio documentaries for France Culture.

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