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Quand te tues-tu? (1953)

 -  Comedy  -  10 July 1953 (France)
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Carmen Amaya ...
Herself (as Carmen Araya and her Flamenco Dancers)
Gaby Bruyère
Léonce Corne ...
Le notaire
Georges Coulonges
Frédéric Duvallès ...
Gripasou (as Duvallès)
Jeanne Fusier-Gir ...
Virginie
René Génin ...
Le maire
Maurice Lambert
Marcel Roche ...
Duradin
Arlette Sauvage ...
Gaby
Daniel Sorano ...
Midol
Jean Tissier ...
Vicomte Xavier du Venoux
Marcel Vallée ...
Petavey
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Bordeaux Vintage 1953
25 October 2009 | by See all my reviews

Emile Couzinet was the owner of several movie theaters in the south west of France ..He had an idea which was (and to this day remained) unique:he made his own movies which were shown in his theaters .He did not give a damn about what Parisian critics thought.The only man of the French cinema who was a writer,a director,a producer ,a film distributor, a cinema owner and manager;he had his own studios and ,like Ed Wood in America ,he often used the same actors ,particularly Jean Tissier and Jeanne Fusier-Gir .

The movies ,sadly ,were the French cinema at its dumbest.His movies are so abysmal,so cheesy and so horrendous that you can watch them with a certain guilty pleasure.Take "Quand Te Tues-Tu?" (the title,which was not invented by Couzinet for this is a remake, speaks volumes about the subtlety of the spirit of this work) A bourgeois is going to latch on to a rich inheritance ,but he MUST marry a widow or the money will go to a brass band .The story is far-fetched to a fault ,including fifty-something virgin Gir trying to rape the hero,a viscount short of the readies ready to commit suicide,a whole (small) scene with a subjunctive imperfect in each line,a hotel where you sleep in the bathtub or in a wardrobe,you name it...

It has to be seen to be believed!


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