Films byTexts by Joseph Losey
Joseph Losey, 1963, 116’

The Servant explores the inherent tensions of the English class system through the power dynamics between a wealthy londener and his mysterious butler. Gradually, the butler starts pulling the strings as he gains control over his employer.

Joseph Losey, 1976, 123’

In Nazi-occupied Paris, the immoral art dealer, Robert Klein, leads a life of luxury, until a copy of a Jewish newspaper brings him to the attention of the police, linking him with a mysterious doppelgänger.


« Si le juif n’existait pas, l’antisémite l’inventerait. »