A beautiful young woman in the South of France is raped by a mysterious masked assailant. She shoots him dead soon afterwards and dumps his corpse in the sea. Soon an American investigator turns up who seems to know what she has done.
Jonathon Dabell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The glass keeps out the rain but not...her terror! her attacker! her victim!
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Did You Know?
The 1971 song by The Doors "Riders on the Storm" was reputedly influenced by this film. Jim Morrison allegedly was so taken in by the film and in particular its plot that he wrote the song as a result. See more
[All goofs for this title are spoilers.
Col. Harry Dobbs
You expect me to eat that?
Americans live on ketchup and milk. I'm a whiz at geography.
The film was shot twice, once with the cast speaking English and once with them speaking French, which the French version running just over two minutes longer despite having no additional scenes. The UK DVD released by Optimum includes both cuts of the film. See more
Referenced in Mean Streets
Le passager de la pluie
(la chanson du film)
Lyrics by Sébastien Japrisot
Music by Francis Lai
Performed by Séverine
Bande original disque Somethin'Else See more