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Murder at the Cannes Film Festival (2000)

A comedic murder mystery set in the middle of the Cannes Film Fest. A midst the bumbling and drama, twists and turns emerge.

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Nathan Booth
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Kaki Lamb
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Morrie Borelli
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Thada Pryce
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Mitch Borelli
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Reed Halverson
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Lev Vains
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Merv Griffin
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Trevor Hayes
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Todd Bellamy
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A comedic murder mystery set in the middle of the Cannes Film Fest. A midst the bumbling and drama, twists and turns emerge.

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revolving door | murder | See All (2) »

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These are not the usual suspects.

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Comedy | Drama | Mystery

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17 December 2000 (USA)  »

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Eglima stis Kannes  »

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A good mix of comedy and mystery
25 December 2000 | by See all my reviews

This is a very entertaining movie - funny and engaging. It's great to see French Stewart play a role so much different from his character on Third Rock. He is certainly a talented actor. The movie itself is an attention-keeper, because it truly is difficult to figure out who the culprit is, and there are so many twists. And, man, was that an unexpected ending. Great movie!


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