Other choices are
Les Mouches (The Flies) (Made during WWII about the
Le Mur (The Wall)
L'Etranger (The Stranger) (Lo Straniero) (There are
two based on this Camus
novel. Any feelings about which is best--Orson Welles or Dino
de Laurentiis/Luchino Visconti? The Orson
Does anyone know of distributors or rental sources (I've checked
scads of the
university catalogs) for any of these?
Was Andre Malraux's "La Condition Humaine" ever made into a film,
Our local PBS distributor (who is a real gem) is looking for a source
Maigret series aired on PBS. If you know of a source please let me
I've found a distributor (Facets) for Sartre's "La Putaine
which we can use if no other Sartre is available.
Thank you for your help,
Reference and AV Librarian
Clatsop Community College Library
Astoria, OR 97103
Welles' THE STRANGER has nothing to do with the Camus novel. It is abou=
t a Nazi hunter (Edward G. Robinson) is tracking down a Nazi (Orson Welle=
s) that is a teacher in a Connecticut prep school just after World War =
II. A&E shows this film (at 4 am) fairly often.