Claude Chabrol: Father of the Nouvelle Vague
Sometimes called the "French Hitchcock" — a term also applied to Henri-Georges Clouzot — Chabrol had a propensity for the thriller genre, though his style was undeniably more detached than that of Hitchcock. His debut was 1958’s "Le Beau Serge," modelled loosely on Hitch’s memorable "Shadow of a Doubt" (1943). Discuss Chabrol’s career, his films and his legacy on the international filmmaking community.
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