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A Private detective is hired to trace a woman who ran away and disappeared on her wedding day. The movie follows him and recounts the story of her life through her eyes and the eyes of those interviewed by the detective.
I was expecting a thriller.What a disappointment!The screenplay is so muddled it's hard to follow the plot.Almost all the lines deal with sex ,dirty words abound,which is boring in the long run.No actor stands out:Chiara Mastroianni is as cold as ice and her monotonous portrayal does not help;to enliven things a bit ,she flashes her tits.Jackie Berroyer as the libidinous superintendent gives a Johnny-one-note performance.American Seymour Cassel as a painter hams it up all along the way and,had I to watch that again (God preserve me) ,I would skip all his scenes.Benoit Cohen is not John Cassavetes .
The third of the dialog is in English with subtitles .
Aspirin needed afterward.
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