Clouzot’s L’Enfer and the importance of taking risks by Daniel Fawcett

09.03.10
L'Enfer - George Henri Clouzot In 1964, director Georges Henri Clouzot was given an unlimited budget and complete creative freedom to make L’Enfer. He was fifty-seven years old and had made many successful films. What does a director in such a privileged position do? A more commercially minded person, a more sensible person, would have played it safe and made something to mirror past successes. But Clouzout ...