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Friendship and treason in Robin Chapman’s One of Us and Blunt: The Fourth Man
Jonathan Bolton

. 13 Michel de Montaigne, “Of Friendship,” The Essays of Michel de Montaigne , Vol. 1, trans. Jacob Zeitlin (New York: Knopf, 1934), p. 168. 14 Robert Hewison, In Anger: British Culture in the Cold War, 1945–60 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1981), p. 81. 15

in The Blunt Affair
Brett Bowles

action; plasticity and gesture are of primary importance; it is accompanied by stage music; these are all the characteristics of a film. This Antigone is a spoken film. 5 My doctrine is as follows: absolute fidelity to the old language; precision and simplicity. Classical, pure language, as much as possible. Our models: Rabelais, [Michel de] Montaigne, [Jean] de

in Marcel Pagnol