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A self-assured businessman murders his employer, with help from the employer's wife, who is his mistress, thereby unintentionally provoking an ill-fated chain of events.
Times (UK): "Elevator to the Gallows was the perfect opening to the French New Wave in 1958."
The Guardian: "What a supremely stylish and watchable picture it is."
The Daily Telegraph: "Few debuts come punchier, cooler, and more influential than Louis Malle's 1958 thriller."
Télérama: "Miles Davis' trumpet improvises to accompany Jeanne Moreau wandering through the streets. It seems to express the young woman's ineffable helplessness."
January 17, 2016
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