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The following FAQ entries may contain spoilers. Only the biggest ones (if any) will be covered with spoiler tags. Spoiler tags have been used sparingly in order to make the page more readable.

For detailed information about the amounts and types of (a) sex and nudity, (b) violence and gore, (c) profanity, (d) alcohol, drugs, and smoking, and (e) frightening and intense scenes in this movie, consult the IMDb Parents Guide for this movie. The Parents Guide for Tell No One can be found here.

Yes. Tell No One is a 2001 novel by American mystery writer Harlan Coben. It was adapted for the screen by French film-makers Philippe Lefebvre and Guillaume Canet, who also directed the movie.

Guilaume Canet read the book, loved it, and wrote to Coben, telling him he wanted to buy the rights for a movie. Canet emphasized that he loved the love story and the fact that the hero was a anti-hero not good at fighting. Coben had already been approached by Hollywood with the idea of shortening the time Alex and his wife spent apart. Coben didn't like their idea and signed with Canet, not Hollywood.

Yes. "Tell No One" is in French. In English-speaking countries it has English subtitles.

She saw a news story that he was a suspect in the murder of two men found at the lake.

The dead woman is some junkie who died on that day. Since Margot's father was in charge of the investigation, they just closed the case. Alex had no chance to look at his wife as he was in coma for 3 days. With all the cuts and bruises on her body, it would have been difficult for him to identify her anyway.

Margot told Alex's sister that she was beat up, so they made up a lie and said they were in a car accident. Besides, Alex was out of town around the time of the incident.

That's the Kong Bar on top of the Kenzo store at the right bank end of Pont Neuf.

Margot and Alex meet up at their tree. It is ambiguous as to whether or not they get back together. In fact, some viewers have suggested that Margot was actually a ghost. However, there is little doubt that they will get back together: It is established that Alex couldn't let go of Margot after eight years, and Margot came back to Paris and put herself in harm's way after finding out that Alex is still alive, so both seem to still love each other, and with Neuville out of the way, there is no need for them to keep a low profile anymore.

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