Four films by France director Louis Delluc (Le chemin d'Ernoa / La femme de nulle part / Fièvre / L'inondation)
Ernoa's Way (1921) Particularly attached to the light, the scenery and the folklore of the Basque country, Delluc chose these settings that lend themselves perfectly to the director's naturalistic will of shooting outdoors.
Fever (1921) A melodramatic story that happens in one of those typical and dangerous harbour bars, and in which a gallery of misfits will pass an evening that will end up in a tragic way.
The Woman from Nowhere (1922) La Femme de nulle part is a 1922 French film directed by Louis Delluc. The screenplay was one of three screenplays published under the title Drames du Cinema in 1923.
The Flood (1924)
In a quiet village on the banks of the Rhone, Alban, a young and honest farmer, is about to marry the pretty and frivolous Margot. The rise of the river suddenly floods the village and surroundings.