Thursday, July 9, 2009

Mocking Clouzot

Le sale verre de la peur, Le Grand Répertoire”, Grand Palais, Paris
“Le sale verre de la peur” bar
“Le Grand Répertoire”, Grand Palais
8e arrondissement, Paris, July 2006

7 comments:

Prospero said...

Un train peut en cacher un autre.

Jacob said...

That seems a wonderful bar...I hate to show my ignorance, but what is "Clouzot"? Not the famous Clouseau?

Sorry, VP, I don't know enough to appreciate the irony of the photo!

Vogon Poet said...

Le salaire de la peur (The wages of Fear) is a 1953 movie by Henri-Georges Clouzot, remade in 1977 by William Friedkin as Sorcerer.
In both movies desperate men transport explosives on trucks through the jungle.
Le sale verre de la peur sounds about the same of the first movie title but means 'the dirty glass of fear', funny name for a bar in a truck.

Jacob said...

Thanks so much, VP. You are truly a font of knowledge!

I agree, 'tis a very funny name!

cieldequimper said...

Bien vu !

Tinsie said...

What an intriguing place!

m_m said...

Great idea! Looks unique!