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Baptiste
Nathalie Besançon ...
Blandine
Johann Cuny ...
Jean-Noël
Elise Vialaret ...
Marinette
Hélène Foubert ...
Blandine
Peggy Martineau ...
Corinne
Georges Trillat ...
L'homme mystérieux
Rémy Roubakha ...
Le curé
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Le prof de Maths
Christophe Vincent ...
Claude
Marie-Térése Beschet ...
Le pépé
William Dreyer ...
Le bedéau
Gwenaël Fournier ...
L'enquéteur
Christine Rossigneux ...
La dame dans l'église
Marc Prin ...
Le pervers
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February 2005 (France)  »

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Gefährdeter Bezirk  »

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A too heavy secret
2 October 2005 | by (Lubumbashi, R.D.Congo) – See all my reviews

Same psychological vein as the film where a small girl wants absolutely her mom, deceased in a car accident where she was present, to come back from the other side. She is too young to carry the mourning of the adults... Thinking day and night of her mom, dreaming of her, seeing her in her nightmares, feeling guilty, finally her mom returns... in her small head... In the film "Le crime des renards", a black panting thriller,Marinette, 4 years old, is present when her small friend Nicolas, the son of her father's mistress, dies in the water. While the two adulterous lovers are in bed, Marinette sees Nicolas drowning in a small pond. Her father constrains her skilfully to silence. But the drama of the secret is too heavy for her to carry. Nicolas is buried, but a strange mystery hovers over his death... Jean-Noel sees his sister suffering... sees the heavy secrecy ruining her tiny heart, he sees the intrigues of the adults... and guesses... As in a psychological thriller, he searches, finds and saves his sister from hell. All the actors are remarkable in their respective role. Little Marinette is incredible of accuracy. The spectators rove in the meanders of the lies, the regrets, the culpabilities, the violated consciences, the irrational behaviors...


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