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Notes on “Cluny Brown”

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: The 1946 “Cluny Brown” is probably the most offhand thing director Ernst Lubitsch did during the sound era. It’s so offhand that it’s almost Bu├▒uelian. Certainly, it’s the most surreal of Lubitsch’s late works. Jennifer Jones … Continue reading

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