Au Bonheur des Dames | Chicago Reader

Au Bonheur des Dames

Late silent adaptation (1930) of the Zola novel, about a young woman from the provinces (Grand Illusion's Dita Parlo) who goes to work in a Paris department store, where she's soon beset by the evils of early consumer capitalism. Julien Duvivier (Pepe le Moko), a mainstay of French “poetic realism” in the 30s, directed. 85 min.

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