Cinema: Non: Paris Belongs to Us

Paris Belongs to Us. "Of all the New Wave films, this is the most original and the richest." Such is the opinion of many French reviewers. Perhaps they are talking about some other movie. This one is the first full-length effort of a 34-year-old critic (Cahiers du Cinéma) named Jacques Rivette, and the best that can conscientiously be said for Director Rivette at this point is that he promises handsomely to do better next time.

"The whole world is in danger! Not just a few people but the whole world! It's the greatest conspiracy of all time!" What conspiracy? The heroine (Betty...

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