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EV23

David and I are back with another episode of The Eclipse Viewer, the podcast dedicated to the Criterion Collection’s Eclipse Series of DVDs.

In this episode we discuss the work of Raymond Bernard, a pioneer of French cinema who has two films packaged in Eclipse Series 4: Raymond Bernard: Wooden Crosses (1932), a wonderfully realized World War I drama, and Les Misérables (1934), for my money the absolute best film adaptation of Victor Hugo’s novel.

Please find the podcast, the shownotes, and plenty of links over at CriterionCast here.

Raymond Bernard

In the next episode of The Eclipse Viewer, David and I will be discussing Eclipse Series 41: Kinoshita and World War II, featuring the following five films: Port of Flowers (1943), The Living Magoroku (1943), Jubilation Street (1944), Army (1944), and Morning for the Osone Family (1946).

By | 2014-12-23T13:47:30+00:00 December 23rd, 2014|Categories: Eclipse Viewer|Tags: |0 Comments

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