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Robert Bresson
Writer, Director, The Devil, Probably (1977)
The style of the film suggests that Bresson has dozed off in his wheelchair, leaving the nuts and bolts of script- writing, directing, shooting, editing and sound~recording to gloomy Pre-Raphaelite amateur film-makers. The film deserves some sort of Mental Cruelty to Audiences award.
(John Wells, Spectator)
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