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Nuits rouges

Nuits Rouges
File:1974 Nuits rouges.jpg
Directed by Georges Franju
Produced by Raymond Froment[1]
Screenplay by Jacques Champreaux[1]
Starring
Cinematography Guido Renzo Bertoni[1]
Editing by Gilbert Natot[1]
Studio
Distributed by Planfilm[2]
Release date(s)
Running time 105 minutes
Country
Language French[3]

Nuits Rouges is a 1974 Fremch-Italian crime and thriller film directed by Georges Franju. The film was released in the U.S. in an English-dubbed version by New Line Cinema under the title Shadowman in 1975.

Production

Nuits Rouges was filmed in 1973.[4] The film is a 100 minute theatrical version of a film originally commissioned for television.[4] The budget for the film was so modest that Franju had to film all interiors of the film on a studio set.[5]

Release

Nuits Rouges was released on November 20, 1974 in France.[6]

Reception

Nuits Rouges features mixed and even mocking reviews from French critics on it's release.[7] Nuits Rouges was released on DVD in the United Kingdom as part of Eureka's Masters of Cinema series along with another film by Georges Franju, Judex (1963).[8]

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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