from Disc Emporium: A mysterious writer of poison pen letters, known only as Le Corbeau (the Raven), plagues a French provincial town, unwittingly exposing the collective suspicion and rancor seething beneath the communitys calm surface. Made during the Nazi Occupation of France, Henri-Georges Clouzots Le Corbeau was attacked by the right-wing Vichy regime, the left-wing Resistance press, the Catholic Church, and was banned after the Liberation. But someincluding Jean Cocteau and Jean-Paul Sartrerecognized the powerful subtext to Clouzots anti-informant, anti-Gestapo fable, and worked to rehabilitate Clouzots directorial reputation after the war Features: Original Language: French . Subtitles Available: English English dubbed . Full Frame . B&W . Dolby Digital Mono Special Features: Video interview with Bertrand Tavernier, director of Coup de Torchon; Excerpts from The Story of French Cinema by Those Who Made It: Grand Illusions 1939 1942, a 1975 documentary featuring Henri-Georges Clouzot; New essay by film scholar Alan Williams, author of Republic of Images: A History of French Filmmaking.