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48. 'Rules of the Game'

"Renoir watches through long, undisturbed takes the collapse of an era where heroism was possible and class privilege prevailed with all of its trappings, including the suppression of truth and humanity," the critics write of the 1939 film directed by Jean Renoir.

The director cameoed in the film in the role of Octave.

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