The Barthelemys have been training racing horses, trotters, for generations. After tragedy befalls Pierrot Barthelemy, his family's inheritance seems at stake. Can his daughter and his sole mare, Marquise, save the family from ruin?
Fleur Lise Heuet
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Political thrillers have never been France's forte ."Une Sale Affaire" ,in spite of a good cast (Victor Lanoux,Marlene Jobert ,a wasted Patrick Bouchitey),fails to convince.
A cop tries to confound a VIP of the town .He makes friend with a town clerk and uses her to get a compromising file .By doing that,he destroys the woman's life and causes her sister's death.The subject (cops doing their job and ruining innocent people's lives ) was much better applied on "Dernier Domicile Connu" which also starred Marlène Jobert (as a cop in that movie).
Watch out for a brief appearance of Christophe(r) Lambert .
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