The Organizer: Criterion Collection

May 3, 2012

Director Mario Monicelli made some of his best films during what many consider to be the golden age of Italian cinema when that country’s output was among the greatest in popular cinema. He was known for making socially conscious films that mixed comedy... 

The Wages of Fear

February 10, 2006

When The Wages of Fear (1953) was released in the United States in 1955, almost 50 minutes of footage was removed because censors deemed them to be “anti-American.” The film’s director, Henri-Georges Clouzot, was known for his pessimistic worldview...