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La flambeuse (1981)

 -  Drama  -  13 May 1981 (France)
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Louise
Laurent Terzieff ...
Le Chevalier
Gérard Blain ...
Henri
Evelyne Dress ...
Clémentine
Didier Sauvegrain ...
Maxence
Gabriel Jabbour ...
Le professeur
Claude Brosset ...
Le Hongrois
Pierre Saintons ...
Le facteur
Rudolph Monori ...
Xavier
Jacques Serres ...
Loulou
Gérard Cuvier ...
Le patron du bistrot
Florence Blot ...
Adelaïde Lequeux, la femme du Hongrois
Eloïse Beaune
Vincent Blanchet ...
Jean-Pierre
Claude Cernay
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The remarkable Lea Massari!
28 August 2006 | by (CGSM,Soseaua Nationala 49) – See all my reviews

La Flambeuse is a bitter and pleasant,average sketch of manners, remarkable for two performances,that of Mrs. Massari and that of Blain. Mrs. Massari acts exquisitely,very restrained and sober;she is delightful to watch.As a good-looker,Mrs. Massari gives the movie a certain sexual thrill.Her performance is flawless,fine and natural: restrained, economical,dignified,lucid,minimalist--electrifying.Her character ("Louise")is agreeable and seducing.La Flambeuse is a well-made portrait of a woman.

Blain does also a very good role:a husband as repugnant and disgusting as he should be.The viewer is urged to take an emotional stand:sympathy towards "Louise",and dislike for the sticky,mollusk husband of hers.

The movie is certainly interesting and worth watching,and a bit too long;the story is somehow pointless,watery and not too clever.The bistro scenes are friendly and amusing.


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