After graduating from high school where she was a boarder, Reine Ducasse decides to settle down with her rich father Louis in his luxurious apartment. She has just begun her studies in ... See full summary »

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Philippe Léotard ...
Louis Ducasse
Laetitia Léotard ...
Reine Ducasse
Jérôme Zucca ...
Charles
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Marguerite
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Frédéric
Benoît Régent ...
Philippe Page
Mathieu Schiffman ...
Gilles
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean Ber ...
Un siffleur
Max Berto ...
Un siffleur
Pascal Bonitzer ...
Un vendeur
Jean-Noël Brouté ...
Un garçon de la bande de Charles
Maurice Brover
Dominique Buchoux
Toni Cecchinato ...
Le concierge
Didier Cherbuy ...
Un garçon de la bande de Charles
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After graduating from high school where she was a boarder, Reine Ducasse decides to settle down with her rich father Louis in his luxurious apartment. She has just begun her studies in history and has a good friend, Frédéric, a medical student who wouldn't mind being more than just that. Around her, strange fellows attract her attention. Who is Philippe, allegedly Louis's stockbroker? And what about Marguerite who presents herself as her father's former secretary? Even more puzzling is the video cassette she finds in her father's place, showing young motorbikers distributing bundles of banknotes. Some time later, Charles, one of the bikers appearing on the video, rings the doorbell: he is wounded... Written by Guy Bellinger

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6 February 1985 (France)  »

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French visa # 58206 delivered on 30-1-1985. See more »

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Referenced in How Is Your Fish Today? (2006) See more »

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La Rhapsodie espagnole
Written by Maurice Ravel
Performed by Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by András Kórodi
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