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Diaboliquement vôtre (1967)

A wealthy amnesiac begins to suspect that his devoted wife is not really his wife and that he is not the man people keep telling him he is.

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Pierre Lagrange / Georges Campo
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Christiane
Peter Mosbacher ...
Kim
Claude Piéplu ...
Le décorateur
Albert Augier
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L'infirmière
Georges Montant ...
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Freddie
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A wealthy amnesiac begins to suspect that his devoted wife is not really his wife and that he is not the man people keep telling him he is.

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His Life is a Puzzle That Doesn't Add Up!

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22 December 1967 (France)  »

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Diabolically Yours  »

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DEM 2,750,000 (estimated)
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Diaboliquement Vôtre
Written by François de Roubaix, Performed by Orchestre Éric Demarsan
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Lively, undated thriller
6 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

Right from the opening credits (which, by the way, are very cool; notice how the words seem to respond rhythmically to the music), it's easy to see that this film bears a striking resemblance to the 1991 thriller "Shattered": we have a car accident, a woman who mysteriously survives without a scratch and a man who gets badly injured, develops amnesia, and tries to piece together the puzzle of his previous life but senses that something isn't quite right, something doesn't add up. The plot is enigmatic and twisty but has some holes, and it won't fool anyone who's previously seen "Shattered" (or "Gaslight", for that matter). But Duvivier's innovative direction makes this a surprisingly undated thriller. Alain Delon gives one of his liveliest performances...and who could forget to mention Senta Berger's terrific body? (***)


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