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Le puits aux trois vérités (1961)

Laurent is an artist and sometimes con-man. He wanders into the life of Renee one day in her antique shop and tries to seduce her. Before they can leave town on a weekend getaway together, ... See full summary »

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Renée Plèges
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Laurent Lénaud
Catherine Spaak ...
Danièle Plèges
Scilla Gabel ...
Rossana
Michel Etcheverry ...
Commissaire Bertrand
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Philippe Guerbois (as Franco Fabrizzi)
Billy Kearns ...
Un client
Margaret Wagstrom ...
Greta
Ermanno Casanova ...
Alberto (as Ermano Casanova)
Yves Arcanel
Yane Barry ...
La fille de la concierge
Hélène Dieudonné ...
La vieille dame à la recette
Renée Gardès ...
Gertrude
Micheline Luccioni ...
La radio-reporter
Béatrice Altariba ...
Une invitée au vernissage
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Laurent is an artist and sometimes con-man. He wanders into the life of Renee one day in her antique shop and tries to seduce her. Before they can leave town on a weekend getaway together, Renee's teenage daughter Daniele quits school and unexpectedly shows up. Laurent and Daniele fall for each other immediately and end up getting married. The film follows the disastrous situation created by the jealous mother and her daughter's immature husband. Written by fellini813

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13 October 1961 (France)  »

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Three Faces of Sin  »

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The last film to feature Catherine Spaak without "The Catherine Spaak" movie star signature look. See more »

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New wave meets vieux cinema:it amounts to nothing.
28 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

The director -now completely forgotten- was anxious to sound "new wave " -so,Jean Claude Brialy's presence,and a crude dialogue ,with sex galore-,but also not to alienate himself the "old" audience (a real story,Michèle Morgan's presence").He fails twice,using hackneyed mother/daughter relationship,poor detective screenplay and flashbacks just because it's trendy.Remo Forlani's script is abysmal and could have provided material for a photo romance .Everything happens in a chic and distinguished milieu,but actually nothing happens.The conclusion was certainly intended to be cynical,but it really hits rock bottom.The two leads are very talented actors,but elsewhere.


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