This pseudobiographical movie depicts five years from 1885 on in the life of the Viennese psychologist Sigmund Freud (1856-1939). At this time, most of his colleagues refuse to cure ... See full summary »
In Nazi-occupied Paris, a young accompanist named Sophie Vasseur gets a job with famed singer Irene Brice. As Irene's husband Charles, a businessman collaborating with the Nazis, wrestles ... See full summary »
Based on the real life of Dr. Marcel Petiot: During world war II Petiot, an MD living in occupied Paris, promised to help wealthy Jewish people among his patients to flee occupied France ... See full summary »
Christian de Chalonge
The life of several people whose lives revolves around a typical Montreal Guest House at the "Plateau-Mont-Royal" district. The main caracter, Symphorien, is a naive but sympathetic fellow,... See full summary »
Lucie Champagne is given the role of the victim, Marie-Claire, in a film of a true, unsolved murder. By coincidence, Lucie's neighbour Francois, was Marie-Claire's boyfriend. He is a ... See full summary »
Messenger asks a friend to check into a list of names before leaving on a trip. When his plane is blown out of the sky, the matter becomes more serious. As his friend checks into the list, each seems to have died in mysterious circumstances. As he goes down the list, the deaths become more recent and a race to find the remaining survivors and what put each of them on this list ensues. Written by
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According to some reports, Frank Sinatra's heavily disguised cameo appearance in film was actually the work of facially similar actor Dave Willock; Sinatra only appeared at end of the film in unmasking sequence where he peeled off makeup. See more »
When Derek rides Avatar for the first time, the horse has no reins or bridle, but when he returns, it has both. See more »
Raoul Le Borg:
[Referrung to Brougham]
so, the masquerade is over
Yeah, no need for disguises now. All that ended when the last name was struck off the list. All he has to do now is be his own charming self.
Raoul Le Borg:
What arrogance... making himself welcome at Gleneyre!
Heh, makes it easier for him to get at the boy, hmmm, from the inside. You know, I hate to admit it, but I must confess to a sneaking admiration for him.
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The characters played by Burt Lancaster, Frank Sinatra and Tony Curtis in the film are never identified by name. See more »
An engaging mystery with a splendid cast. Nothing phenomenally clever, but still a treat for those who love puzzles and riddles. There are perhaps details that could have been better handled (like Scott's initial reactions when he discovers that the killer has finally "introduced" himself - not to give anything away, but for a while he seems a bit apathetic), but it's hard to complain when you know that this kind of mystery will never be seen again. (***)
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