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Films By Pascal Aubier

Death of a Rat (Pascal Aubier, 1974)
Man's exploitation by man automatically creates violence. And man's exploitation by man — the worst of all the forms of aggression — always ends in death. ... Read more

Le Voyage de Monsieur Guitton (Pascal Aubier, 1969)
A man notices as he wakes up that his bedroom is behaving like a train. Outside the window, the countryside rushes past. The room/train brakes and then stops. The man gets out on to the platform and … Read more

Monsieur Jean-Claude Vaucherin (Pascal Aubier, 1968)
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The Soldier and the Three Sisters (Pascal Aubier, 1972)
A soldier flees from battle and finds happiness for a time in a village. He is finally found and killed as a deserter. Three children he has befriended, take his gun. ... Read more

The bete-noire of current revolutionaries has become not so much the conservative or the reactionary, but the liberal—in particular the academic intellectual who appears only to be paying lip s… Read more

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