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La mort mystérieuse de Nina Chéreau (1988)

A young psychiatrist tries to help a young woman in an asylum who has been accused of having killed a teenage girl. But when she escapes and he goes after her, he finds himself involved in ... See full summary »

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Ariel Dubois
Scott Renderer ...
Martin
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Suzanne
László Szabó ...
Marais
Charles Millot ...
Mathias
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Mme Dumont
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Albert
Charles Frank ...
Gregor
Beatrice Conrad ...
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Guy Di Rigo ...
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Isabelle Kloucowski ...
Marie
Marine Goy ...
Girl on Bike
Gilles Fisseau ...
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Luce Bekistan ...
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Isabelle Marloz ...
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A young psychiatrist tries to help a young woman in an asylum who has been accused of having killed a teenage girl. But when she escapes and he goes after her, he finds himself involved in a mystery far greater than simply a woman thought to be insane. And the more he finds out about her, and her relationship to a mother who no longer will have anything to do with her, the more he finds that he is dealing with something terribly unnatural... which leads to a final resolution and revelation that makes the film not only unpredictable, but haunting as well. Written by BOB STEBBINS <stebinsbob@aol.com>

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24 August 1988 (France)  »

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The Mysterious Death of Nina Chereau  »

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A movie so awful it's great
24 July 2004 | by (Iowa) – See all my reviews

There is so much wrong with this movie that it's in a class by itself.

The characters are all completely unbelievable, the scriptwriting is minimal, the plot should not even be mentioned, the people are speaking English while reading French newspapers, the most incredible coincidences happen one after another, and the director's idea of creating tension is to film an actor's face staring directly into the camera while the camera stares directly at the staring actor. And this monstrosity managed to hold my interest all the way through because I couldn't imagine what was coming next.

This would be a perfect movie to watch with a group of friends, MST style. This is absolutely the greatest lousy movie I've ever seen, and as such I recommend it highly!


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