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A group of smug forty-something bourgeois meets every month to talk about their amorous adventures and other trivia .All are bachelors and they think that the world turns around them and their mean little persons.Charles Vanel portrays one of them.He owns a factory and he gives his workers' a hard time:whoever is late will be in trouble!Do what I say or else! One night,during one of these gathering ,a desperate phone call puzzles him.Soon after,they find a dead body in the river.And this woman who has just committed suicide,reminds him of...
After a conversation with one of his so-called friends,the boss understands that his selfish life will lead him to remorse and loneliness.He wants to undo the harm he's done.
Based on an Exbrayat movie,the screenplay displays fineness ,with nice pictures (the two faces ,the woman on her deathbed and the daughter lying on her bed) and a final scene where the bourgeois play a cruel game of truth which finally goes against them.
Excellent performance by Charles Vanel.
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