After a horrific incident, a young woman escapes into the mountains and is found by an engineer who nurses her back to health and hides her from the police.

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Patricia Tulasne ...
Marianne
Matthias Habich ...
Élysée
Roger Jendly ...
Maruice
Michel Voïta ...
Policier en chef
Séverine Bujard ...
Femme d'Élysée
Lenie Scoffié ...
Marie Chappaz
Jonas Pool ...
Enfant aîné d'Élysée
Sylvain Pool ...
Enfant cadet d'Élysée
Bernard Lamy ...
Gendarme
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After a horrific incident, a young woman escapes into the mountains and is found by an engineer who nurses her back to health and hides her from the police. Written by Louis Brazeau <am251@freenet.carleton.ca>

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Beautiful Scenery
5 January 2001 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Actually as I write this I am watching the movie on tv, so I don't even know how it will end yet. It is a gripping story to watch, and how the details are unfolding about the innocence or guilt of a woman who has run away from a traumatic experience. I'm intrigued to know what the conclusion will be. What I find so eye-catching is the wonderful scenery of mountains, lakes and valleys. It's absolutely breathtaking! Sorry I can't provide more insight into the plot but the movie isn't over yet. It's a story that grips your attention until the final outcome. A good down-to-earth story and with some adult content.


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