Jean Renoir, perhaps the greatest French director in the first half of the 20th century, left France at the end of WWII and headed for Hollywood where he made several films, none of which reached the heights of his great French films. “The Southerner,” considered to be Renoir’s finest Hollywood film, tells the tale of a man and his family experiencing trials and tribulations in attempting to make a life as farmers.
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