• November 26, 2010
    By Peter Keough

    French New Wave director Claude Chabrol died a couple of months ago, but not before compiling an astounding and prolific body of work that people are still trying to catch up with. Inspector Bellamy (2009) is his last feature, and his only collaboration with fellow French film icon Gérard Depardieu, who plays a man whose vacation is disrupted by the arrival of his malicious brother and a stranger with a noirish tale about murder and insurance fraud.

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