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Paul Varlin
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Sarah
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André Ducatel
Philippe Brigaud ...
Escudero
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Michèle Grellier ...
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Jacques Rispal ...
Raoul Dumouriez
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Justin, un motard
Jean-Claude Andruet
Jean Amos
Jacques Canselier
Jacques Chailleux ...
Un motard
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Music by Morgan Davis
Words by Jean-Marie Poiré
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haunting
27 July 2000 | by (Newcastle, Australia) – See all my reviews

I have seen this twice, and only on television but found it haunting in the same way as The Vanishing, or Passager de la pluie - I just can't forget it. The revenge element is not so strong as the mystery, and of course the three leads are enthralling, convincing actors. One I would dearly love to see again because it stays in my memory like a tune you can't get out of your head.


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