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Lucie
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Marilyne
Rudi Rosenberg ...
Bruno
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Nico
Julien Cottereau ...
Norbert
Myriam Boyer ...
Aimée Caravage
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Françoise Ariel ...
Mme Maréchal
João Cabral ...
Eric
Luís Castro ...
Barman
André Gomes ...
Police Officer
Rui Jesus
João Lagarto ...
Taxi Driver
Luís Lucas ...
Police Officer
Ged Marlon
Graça Nazaré ...
Prison Guard
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better than you think!
22 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

I really liked this one. It could be described as a french version of "I Know what You did last Summer", but in fact it's much more of a mystery/thriller than a horror movie. A girl who's just been released form jail (Lucie) befriends with Marilyne, who takes her out to a bar to have fun. There Lucie meets Marilyne's friends, Bruno, Nico and Robert. They then go to this house who has no one living there, and have fun at the pool, until this homeless guy comes along and says he is guarding the house for it's owners. He talks with them for a while and then leaves. The next time they see him, he's dead. He's been killed! How donnit? Basically that's the core of the movie: to find out how donnit. It totally ripps-off IKWYDLS for the first hour or so, but we soon find out that there's more to it than that. It takes a different direction than "I

Know..." and that's when it gets really interesting. The lead actrice, Maud Forget, who plays Lucie is really, really beautiful and just plain amazing. The others are good in it too. The story is the same as always, but somehow i found it refreshing. It has a dark tone to it, and an overall good quality for a tv movie. The ending, not spoilling it, is really great and one you will almost certainly not expect. Just as a curiosity, seeing the end credits, i found that it seems to be a french/portuguese co-production, with many of the cast and crew members being portuguese. Now i see where i knew the taxi driver from! How would have said it? i give it a 8/10.


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