Leda, the flirt of Monsieur Marcoux is murdered. His wife and the police think, that the murderer was the milk-man, the friend of the maid, but Marcoux' daughter's fiance Lazo, who is aware of the corrupt situation in that family doesn't agree with them.
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An intruder in the life of a family...was she really guileless?
Did You Know?
À double tour
(1959) was the first psychological thriller by Claude Chabrol
which would come to predominate his career. The film introduces themes and motifs which would recur regularly in his work, such as an interest in mental derangement and bourgeois duplicity. See more
Referenced in Breathless
Romeo et Juliette
Written by Hector Berlioz See more