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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeanne Bontemps / Odette Dumont
Michel Naulet
Jacques Penot ...
Jean Doit
Manuel Gélin ...
Piéral ...
Filatures (as pieral)
Jean-Marie Proslier ...
Le rédacteur en chef
La dame aux chats
Jean Wiener ...
La pianiste
Isabelle Lepin
L'homme de l'asile
Romain Tagli
Pascal Greggory ...
Marc Dumont (as Pascal Gréggory)
Claude Brosset ...
Inspecteur Delaitre
Anne Caudry ...


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24 November 1982 (France)  »

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1.66 : 1
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Moi qui t'aimais tant
Composed by Jean Wiener
Lyrics by Guy Gilles
Performed by Macha Méril
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1 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

Look at the poster on this page:the best the movie has to offer.

Guy Gilles has plenty of ideas but he lacks the commitment or focus to develop them or even select well among them ;in this hodge podge it would have taken Luis Bunuel's genius to give this story substance . A young man(Jacques Penot:his performance is cardboard ) finds a woman's dead body and admits to having committed the crime :he is bisexual(?) ,mythomaniac,a bit masochistic,but most of all ,he wants to read his name in the headlines of the newspapers (the subject was the same in Alain Jessua's "Armaguedon" );the plot thickens with a bisexual (?) journalist -one of Richard Berry's poorest parts- and the twin sister of the murdered woman:the twins are both played -for there are flashbacks galore- by Macha Meril,who succeeds in creating two different personalities,no small feat,given the limitations she was working under:she is arguably the stand out ;there's also a poster of a movie supposedly starring Vivien Leigh and Rossano Brazzi but I was not able to find it in the great actress's filmography!

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