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James E. O'Grady
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Manoel de Oliveira
She's the one you've got to get rid of! (the movie is too)
What a turkey!The actors are abysmal ,the screenplay is so confused you can't tell the good ones from the villains.
In short ,woman is getting tired of her husband /cop and she has a lover .But that one is an odd guy, part of a group of terrorists .They commit a murder and alas ! the woman saw it all so she became the one you 've got to get rid of .I will not try to summarize the story.Such a task is too much for me.
An eerie moment:Lino Ventura appears on the screen (and you say to yourself :"he can't play in it,for he died in the eighties" ).It's only a movie (Lelouch's "la bonne année" ) whose screening is interrupted by the Police who are desperately searching for their colleague's poor wife.
Even the Champs Elysées are ugly.It speaks volumes about Pinon's talent.
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