17 October 2011 2:07 PM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★☆☆☆ Rumours are currently swirling around the internet as to the identity of the 'Surprise Film' at this year's 55th BFI London Film Festival, with Simon Curtis' My Weekend with Marilyn currently a strong contender alongside Bruce Robinson's The Rum Diary and Brad Pitt's Moneyball. However, one film has already screened at this year's Lff that (admittedly indirectly) explores the life of the iconic Marilyn Monroe - Gérald Hustache-Mathieu's Nobody Else But You (Poupoupidou, 2011).

French actor Jean-Paul Rouve plays David Rousseau, a crime writer who unfortunately finds himself stranded in the snow-covered town of Mouthe, Eastern France. However, his luck soon changes as he hears about the recent, suspicious death of local bottle blonde icon and weather girl Candice Lecoeur. With new found inspiration for his next book and an unhealthy obsession with the deceased, David soon discovers that Candice's death may not have been the simple »

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