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Together with Diabolique, The Wages of Fear (Le Salaire de la Peur) earned Henri-Georges Clouzot the reputation as a "French Hitchcock." In truth, Clouzot's ability to sustain suspense may have even exceeded Hitchcock's; when originally released, Wages ran 155 tension-filled minutes. Based on the much-imitated novel by Georges Arnaud, the film is set in Central America. The Southern Oil Company, which pretty much rules the roost in the impoverished village of Las Piedras, sends out a call for long-distance truck drivers. ...

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Shebah

Sep 17, 2009

WAGES OF FEAR

This movie may have been a classic for its time, however, by today's standards, it tends to become boring after a while. This movie is definitely for a viewer who understands the French Language and is into foreign films simply because they are foreign. In my opinion it should not be compared to Hitchcock's work.
It is a fair movie, one that I watched one time, as compared to movies like Rear Window, that I have view at least over 20 times.
In my recommendation, I said "Yes" because each viewer would have to judge for themself, therefore, I would not sway any potential viewer.

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