It ought to be good for the usual treatment in the NC e-zine.
A lot of background here, including a link to the '21 film festival, which rotated around a strange frisson between poetic realism, Jacques Tourneur's two highly-known noirs, a dash of Melville, and those New Wave appropriators. (Oh, and of course ELEVATOR TO THE GALLOWS, though there's no way for Errico to sing along to THAT soundtrack.)
So, sad to say, they fit into the current conception of the French noir canon, which makes them likely fodder for some possible someones in the FNF New York orbit.
Those observations/reservations aside, the CD is likely to be an interesting listen--and perhaps wind up on the shelf/in the iTune lists alongside the work of Laura Ellis.
Here's a just-released press blurb: