Bertrand Tavernier on Edward L. Cahn’s ‘Afraid To Talk’

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LYON, France — Time put everybody in their place. But often rather slowly. The American director, Edward L. Cahn, was best-known, indeed notorious for his prolific B-movie output in the 1950s and ‘60s. Yet, this is the same man who, legend has it, oversaw or at least advised on the final cut of “All Quiet... Read more »

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