Two British couples on holiday in France become entangled in deaths and drama.

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Linda Topping
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Celia Harcourt
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Donald Harcourt
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Jim Topping
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Francis
Bernard Charnacé ...
Adjutant Hubert
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Damien Ferrette ...
Hervé
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Gary Topping
Annette Milsom ...
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Yann Peira ...
Gendarme Yves
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Katie Harcourt
Catherine Sola ...
Espérance
Sébastien Tavel ...
Moche
Georges Trillat ...
Regis Cassamayou
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Donald has invited his neighbours, Jim and Linda Topping, and their son Gary to stay in his holiday cottage in France, much to the dismay of Donald's wife and adolescent step-daughter. This complex and gripping tale chronicles a summer of twisted betrayal, and deadly consequences. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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25 January 2000 (Norway)  »

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Dødelig sommer  »

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A delightfully funny film
19 June 2004 | by (Florida, USA) – See all my reviews

I happened on this film one morning and I rarely watch TV movies in the daytime, but I couldn't turn it off. Even though I had missed approximately fifteen minutes of the beginning, the characters, scenery and humor held my attention until the end. Deadly Summer is about two British couples on holiday in France. Since I didn't see the beginning, I don't know if they were close friends or not prior to this summer escape; they certainly seemed the "odd couples". Pauline Quirke was especially good in her role as the abused but stiff -upper-lipped British wife with inner strength to carry her through. Her husband played by Nicholas Farrell, was the epitome of the flawed male psyche searching for sex, power and money which leads to a devastatingly funny ending. I loved it!


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