Diary of a Chambermaid

Rating:7.3
Released:1964
Genres:Crime, Drama
Crew:Director: Luis Buñuel | Writer: Luis Buñuel | Writer: Jean-Claude Carrière | Novel: Octave Mirbeau | Director of Photography: Roger Fellous | Production Design: Georges Wakhévitch | Editor: Luis Buñuel | Editor: Louisette Hautecoeur | Producer: Serge Silberman | Producer: Michel Safra

Synopsis

Celestine has a new job as a chambermaid for the quirky M. Monteil, his wife and her father. When the father dies, Celestine decides to quit her job and leave, but when a young girl is raped and murdered, Celestine believes that the Monteils' groundskeeper, Joseph, is guilty, and stays on in order to prove it. She uses her sexuality and the promise of marriage to get Joseph to confess -- but things do not go as planned.




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Director: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Jean-Claude Carrière</strong> | Novel: <strong>Octave Mirbeau</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Roger Fellous</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Georges Wakhévitch</strong> | Editor: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Editor: <strong>Louisette Hautecoeur</strong> | Producer: <strong>Serge Silberman</strong> | Producer: <strong>Michel Safra</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Jean-Claude Carrière</strong> | Novel: <strong>Octave Mirbeau</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Roger Fellous</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Georges Wakhévitch</strong> | Editor: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Editor: <strong>Louisette Hautecoeur</strong> | Producer: <strong>Serge Silberman</strong> | Producer: <strong>Michel Safra</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Jean-Claude Carrière</strong> | Novel: <strong>Octave Mirbeau</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Roger Fellous</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Georges Wakhévitch</strong> | Editor: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Editor: <strong>Louisette Hautecoeur</strong> | Producer: <strong>Serge Silberman</strong> | Producer: <strong>Michel Safra</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Jean-Claude Carrière</strong> | Novel: <strong>Octave Mirbeau</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Roger Fellous</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Georges Wakhévitch</strong> | Editor: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Editor: <strong>Louisette Hautecoeur</strong> | Producer: <strong>Serge Silberman</strong> | Producer: <strong>Michel Safra</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Jean-Claude Carrière</strong> | Novel: <strong>Octave Mirbeau</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Roger Fellous</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Georges Wakhévitch</strong> | Editor: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Editor: <strong>Louisette Hautecoeur</strong> | Producer: <strong>Serge Silberman</strong> | Producer: <strong>Michel Safra</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Jean-Claude Carrière</strong> | Novel: <strong>Octave Mirbeau</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Roger Fellous</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Georges Wakhévitch</strong> | Editor: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Editor: <strong>Louisette Hautecoeur</strong> | Producer: <strong>Serge Silberman</strong> | Producer: <strong>Michel Safra</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Writer: <strong>Jean-Claude Carrière</strong> | Novel: <strong>Octave Mirbeau</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Roger Fellous</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Georges Wakhévitch</strong> | Editor: <strong>Luis Buñuel</strong> | Editor: <strong>Louisette Hautecoeur</strong> | Producer: <strong>Serge Silberman</strong> | Producer: <strong>Michel Safra</strong> image


Reviews

talisencrw

Solid. One of my favourites, both in terms of Bunuel (my 4th favourite director ever) and of Moreau. Sheer, unadulterated genius. There was never anyone quite like him and there never will be again--and that's a dirty rotten shame. Paraphrasing David Thomson, he once said that every film frame from both Renoir or Bunuel was perfectly shot. And thankfully he was accurate.


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