L'INHUMAINE

Directed by Marcel L'Herbier
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L'Inhumaine
 
Director: Marcel L'Herbier | 1926
Writers: Marcel L'Herbier
With: Marcel Leblanc, Jaque Catelain, Marcel Pradot, Phillippe Hériat
 
Flicker Alley, in association with Lobster Films, the Blackhawk Films® Collection, Le Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée (CNC), ARTE and SACEM (French Society of music authors, composers and publishers) brings Marcel L’Herbier’s elaborate cinematic fantasy L'Inhumaine (1924) to Blu-ray in a brand-new restoration, made possible with the support of French luxury company Hermès.
 
In director Marcel L’Herbier’s words, it represents a “miscellany of modern art,” bringing together some of the greatest artists from the time period, includingpainter Fernand Léger, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, glassmaker René Lalique, fashion designer Paul Poiret, and directors Alberto Cavalcanti and Claude Autant-Lara, among others, to create a collaborative cinematic experience.
 
Run Time 132 min.
 
Available on February 23, 2016.
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
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