Telling the untold story of a mysterious Frenchman's role in the end of apartheid Plot for Peace is a fast-paced political thriller.
Despite the fact that Student Services tries to illuminate an actual issue that is known throughout the student population all over the world, the film itself does little to comment on the actual facts, offers very little explanation and no answers on how to change what is currently happening.
The Murderer Lives at Number 21 could be straight out of an Agatha Christie novel, an episode of Murder, She Wrote or Midsomer Murders or any other by the numbers murder mystery, which audiences still find as thrilling today as they did 70 years ago. Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot, Murderer tells the story of Monsieur Durand, a mysterious killer who has seemingly chooses his victims at random, murders them and then leaves a calling card with his name. The only catch? No one knows who this Durand actually is, therefore leaving the town in horror that anyone could be the murderer.
This week marked the re-release of Le Beau Serge & Les Cousins, the first two films from one of the master's of French cinema, Claude Chabrol, who went on to make some of the best known and best made thrillers in French history, often gaining comparison to Alfred Hitchcock.