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René
Marie Déa ...
Marie-Thérèse
Jacques Dumesnil ...
Pierre
Carlettina ...
Pitou
Marguerite Moreno ...
Madame Auguste
Suzy Carrier ...
Claire
Gilbert Gil ...
Michel Aylias
Auguste Mouriès ...
Le docteur (as Mourriès)
Madeleine Geoffroy ...
Agathe
Eugène Chevalier ...
Vincent
Max Dalban ...
Monsieur Amadou
Geneviève Morel ...
Magali
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An updated "the rouge et le noir"..
3 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

...at least the first part of Stendahl's novel.A penniless private tutor (Gilbert Gil)is hired by a wealthy family in Provence.The brat is a reluctant pupil ,but Michel ,without any magic power ,turns out to be a male Mary Poppins and he wins them all,not only the student but everyone ,from the grumpy dowager(Marguerite Moreno) to the clueless gorgeous blonde girl.But the best is yet to come:the boy's mother -a married woman-(Marie Déa) falls in love with the newcomer.And she becomes jealous of her young blonde goddaughter who has a romance with Michel .

Pierre Blanchar ,an actor who directed only two films ,manages quite well.Arthur Honegger's splendid score and Matras's quivering cinematography help .So does the cast.There's a long dreamlike sequence which throws the movie a bit off balance,because it verges on tongue in chick while the rest of the story is solid psychological drama .Gilbert Gil's most memorable part was a supporting role in Duvivier's "Pépé le Moko"(1937) ,while Marie Déa and Marguerite Moreno found their greatest parts respectively in Carné's "les visiteurs du soir" (1942)and in Autant-Lara's "Douce".

Although filmed during the German occupation,"Secrets" seems to happen in a different age.Hence its charm.


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