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Elle cause plus, elle flingue (1972)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rosemonde du Bois de la Faisanderie
Le commissaire Camille Bistingo
Maurice Biraud ...
Roger Carel ...
Jambe de laine
Le commissaire Adrien Bondu
Le cardinal Zeppelin
André Pousse ...
Catherine Samie ...
Clarisse, la veuve d'Herbert
Charles Southwood ...
Le beatnik
Henri Attal ...
Daniel Prévost ...
Le premier inspecteur
Dominique Zardi ...
Riton 'la teigne'
Yves Barsacq ...
Le second inspecteur
Pierre Duncan ...


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Release Date:

23 August 1972 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Belâli kadin  »

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Italian censorship visa # 62385 dated May 5th 1973. French censorship visa # 39214. See more »


Rosemonde du Bois de la Faisanderie: Justice and injustice are two abstract, subjective notions justice doesn't give a shit about, which manifested itself more than once!
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J'ai perdu mon Eurydice
(excerpt from "Orphée et Eurydice")
Composed and Written by Christoph Willibald Gluck
Sung and interpreted by Annie Girardot and Bernard Blier
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A cult murder machine playing samba music
26 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

In a Parisian ghetto live all kinds of weird characters. There's one even more outrageous than all the others: a woman named Rosemonde du Bois de la Faisanderie. She has the nasty habit to kill people and put them in a machine. This machine makes the sound of Brazilian samba music when it's working. The police try to catch her but they fail every time as she outsmarts them with her charm.

It's a pity when you see all this effort done by the actors (for example the bit when Annie Girardot plays piano and Bernard Blier plays harp), trying hard to make it funny, and to experience that the comedy doesn't work. It isn't the hilarious black comedy it could be. The film looks more like a satire without a subject. It has some references to authority, religion, social differences, and yet they all remain trivial.

I always try to support the underdogs of cinema, like this film. And I guess the fun part lies in the strange characters in this ghetto. In that way it reminded me a bit of the film Micmacs. But it still is painfully unfunny most of the time. What remains is a film for the fans of Annie Girardot as there a lot of scenes in which she's pulling her typical Girardot faces. Michel Audiard also directed the reasonable predecessor of this film (Elle boit pas, elle fume pas… ), but this one just doesn't work for me. Only to watch out of curiosity for the cult murder machine playing samba music, otherwise a forgettable flick.

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