Film Critic Review: Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno

Film Critic:

It would be foolish (my kind of foolish) to imagine that Inferno will remind the wider public of Clouzot's admittedly extreme but astonishingly effective talents. More pointedly, Bromberg and Medrea have presented the doomed project as an entity refracted and rearranged through countless perspectives and dismantled parts, getting to the dark heart of the artist's obsession, over 30 years after his death. Compared to Claude Chabrol's tedious 1994 version of L'Enfer, Inferno suggests that certain projects are simply more captivating in their incompleteness.

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