Edouard Saroyan plays piano in a rinky dink honky tonk in Paris when he used to tickle the ivories in the best concert halls. We see his fall from grace and into the icy hands of fate in this adaptation of David Goodis's Down There by François Truffaut.
Joining us from the streets of Philadelphia this week is Professor Richard Edwards who discusses the French New Wave, Goodis, and the nature of film noir.
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