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    Critic turned director Claude Chabrol shooting in his own hometown with his title character (Gerard Blain), now the town drunk, awakened by kids and worrying about how he looks to his visiting friend, in what is most often cited as the first New Wave feature, Le Beau Serge, 1958.

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Le Beau Serge (1958) -- (Movie Clip) What Must He...
Critic turned director Claude Chabrol shooting in his own...
Le Beau Serge (1958) -- (Movie Clip) What Must He Think?
Critic turned director Claude Chabrol shooting in his own hometown with his title character (Gerard Blain), now the town drunk, awakened by kids and worrying about how he looks to his visiting friend, in what is most often cited as the first New Wave feature, Le Beau Serge, 1958.>
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