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La hantise is a 1912 short silent film directed by Louis Feuillade. The film stars Renée Carl and René Navarre. The film focuses on a woman who is told by a palm reader that one of her loved ones will die. The woman then tries to convince her husband not to board the RMS Titanic, as she fears for his safety. The film is said to confront the fraud of palm reading, highlighting the suffering that obsessive belief in the supernatural can create.
- country: France
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Volume 6: Bibliography and Cumulative Index by Irving Brown (Consulting Bibliographer), Natasha Rappaport (Bibliographer), Don Rubin (General Editor), Rosabel Wang (Consulting Bibliographer)
Michel de Ghelderode,ou,La hantise du masque: essai debiographie critique.3rdedn. Brussels:Académie royalede langue etde littérature ...
by Jean Albert Bédé, William Benbow Edgerton
de Ghelderode ou la hantise du masque (1971 ); J.
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