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Ralph Schwarz
Florelle ...
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Louis Florencie ...
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22 April 1932 (France)  »

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Alternate-language version of Stürme der Leidenschaft (1932) See more »

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Music by Fiedrich Hollaender
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Sung by Florelle
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Charles Boyer:dawn of a career.
29 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

Charles Boyer is well known of the American audience for he worked with the best directors:Cukor,Preminger,and more.

Robert Siodmak's "tumultes" has got a very good reputation in France:I must say I was a bit disappointed ;this director would do a better job with "pièges" some years later.

"Tumultes" 's conclusion is something like that: being in jail is awful,but living in the free world is still worse! The first part is not enthralling,IMHO,but things go much better in the second half: the sequences at the fair are film noir at its best : the fight between Boyer and his girlfriend's lover scenes, during a firework which becomes part of the action, compares favorably with those in Hitchcock's "strangers on a train" (which was released 20 years later!).That scene when Boyer takes out a knife and .. eats an apple ,in front of his terrified lover commands admiration too.

Interesting but not for all tastes.


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