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French (English subtitles)
Someone calling themselves Le Corbeau ("the raven") is sending poison-pen letters in a small French town. The accusations are cruel, scandalous - and true. As the inhabitants of the town try to work out who is writing the letters, they all come under suspicion. Although there is a mystery to be solved, the real drama comes from seeing the facade of friendly civility crumble as the townsfolk turn on one another. Made while France was occupied by the Nazis during World War II, this darkly insightful film also acts as an allegory for informing on one's neighbours during wartime.
Highly-acclaimed Oscar-winning drama about corruption and surveillance in Communist East Germany.
14+ years 137 mins
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