After a one-night fling, Florence, a married woman, finds her lover's dead body in a hotel bathroom. Drawn into a hunt by police, Florence is forced to defend herself and uncover the awful truth.

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Jean-Marie Winling ...
Lieutenant Alvez
Cédric Chevalme ...
Antoine Lacaze
Stéphanie Lagarde ...
Agnès
Laurent Hennequin ...
Bruno Galet
Jean-Bernard Thomasson ...
Lieutenant Blondin
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Alexandra Cartier
Radu Amzulescu ...
Alain
Medeea Marinescu ...
Arlette
Coca Bloos ...
Aline
Maria Teslaru ...
Prostituée
Gabriela Popescu ...
Madame Maréchal
Paul Ioachim ...
Veil homme
Cristian Iacob ...
Homme Blue Night (as Cristi Iacob)
Catalin Saizescu ...
Livreur fleurs
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After a one-night fling, Florence, a married woman, finds her lover's dead body in a hotel bathroom. Drawn into a hunt by police, Florence is forced to defend herself and uncover the awful truth.

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Was released in the U.S. in 2015 via streaming services Amazon, Hulu and Google Play under the title "Vertigo: A Woman in Danger". See more »

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Good atmospheric thriller from France
16 May 2005 | by (Johannesburg, South Africa) – See all my reviews

Just a little one night stand - and you end up as the prime suspect for murder. No one is interested in your side of the story, not even your lawyer husband, so you run before you get arrested. That's how it happens to Florence, and this is not the first movie plot that starts this way. But the atmosphere created by the authors is almost as tight as in a Sebastien Japrisot novel, and that is quite unique in the movie world. What's more, they manage to weave the web and unravel the plot in a mere 90 minutes. (A genuine Japrisot takes considerably longer.)

With some commendable photography, some rather scenic locations and a good cast added to the mix you won't find yourself regretting the time spent chomping away at your popcorn with a vengeance. I'll certainly watch it again - for details - when it comes around the next time. A good example of a competent French thriller, methinks.


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