After Alicia Velorus' father is convicted as a communist spy, CIA asks her to prove her loyalty by getting close to her father's friend, who's a suspected arms dealer. In the meantime she and her CIA contact Devlin fall in love.

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Joseph
Igor De Savitch ...
General Genayev
Jean-Pierre Stewart ...
Rosonov
Albert Pariente ...
Terek Al-Hassan
Marc Samuel ...
Mario Tomasini
Stephan Meldegg ...
Emile Gerhard (as Stéphane Meldegg)
Bill Bailey ...
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Laurence Bouvencourt ...
Isabella
Dominique Figaro ...
Mrs. Fremont
Isabelle Lazard ...
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After Alicia Velorus' father is convicted as a communist spy, CIA asks her to prove her loyalty by getting close to her father's friend, who's a suspected arms dealer. In the meantime she and her CIA contact Devlin fall in love.

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28 January 1992 (USA)  »

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Forgószél Párizsban  »

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26 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have seen this remake and was impressed with the acting and the style. As remakes go this film works well because it stays close to the original. The previous comparison to Gus Van Sant's remake (which actually used the original script with only 3 or 4 minor variations) was not entirely accurate.

As a rule, I don't care for remakes but I had been very impressed with Ms Robertson's portrayal of Patty Duke in the TV production "Call Me Anna." Because of her acting ability I watched this version of "Notorious" just to make a comparison. I watched the movie from start to finish and never saw one moment that compared badly with Hitchcock's original. There were even improvements due to changing attitudes of today's society. Since this was meant for TV and stayed so focused only added to the experience.

John Shea is most convincing as the U.S. agent who remains cynical about the under-cover spy's motive. The sexual tension between the two is handled in a real and true way without being offensive to some viewers and was better than the "Hollywood" treatment which I am sure that even Mr. Hitchcock himself regretted.


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