Part 7: The Shock of the New Modern Filmmaking in Western Europe (61 mins)
French filmmakers plant a bomb under the movies as the new waves sweeps Europe. In exclusive interviews, Claudia Cardinale talks about Federico Fellini, Lars Von Trier avows his admiration for Ingmar Bergman, and Bernardo Bertolucci remembers his work with Pier Paolo Pasolini. Films referenced include Pickpocket, Persona, Accattone and Johnny Guitar.
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Featuring Claudia Cardinale, Lars von Trier, Bernardo Bertolucci
Directed by Mark Cousins
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