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Mr. Klein

Alain Delon stars as an art dealer in occupied Paris who discovers that his identity is being siphoned off by a Jewish refugee with his name. Although cast as a thriller, Joseph Losey's 1976 film is more intellectually than emotionally involving. As in The Servant, Losey is concerned with the shifting relationship of victim and oppressor, and the theme is drawn with tremendous care and subtlety. A little more passion, though, would have been appreciated. In French with subtitles.


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