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In September 1938 a British detective comes to a small French coastal town in order to investigate the death of a colleague. Prime suspects are the members of English aristocratic family... See more »

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Alan Cross
Florence Hoath ...
Angela Cross
Sophie Aubry ...
Solange Montfort
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Lady Helena Graves
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Celia Graves
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Christopher Wood
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Jeremy Graves
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Maud Graves
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Louis Bernard
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Georges Montfort
Rosalind Bennett ...
Janet Blain
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Young Celia
Tobias Saunders ...
Celia's Brother #1
Robin Saunders ...
Celia's Brother #2
Charles Duron ...
Beach Boy
Michel Winogradoff ...
Albert
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Inspector Talmi
Alexandra Monvoisin ...
Zaza
Marianne Segol ...
Gigi
Tatjana Verdonik ...
Maud's Mother
Oskar Freitag ...
Maud's Father
Alan Ross ...
Station Clerk
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Joe Green (uncredited)

Directed by

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Patrick Dewolf

Written by

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Agatha Christie ... (novel "Towards Zero") (uncredited)
 
Kerry Crabbe ... ()
 
Patrick Dewolf ... ()

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Philippe Carcassonne ... associate producer
Daniel Delume ... line producer
Philippe Guez ... producer
Simon Perry ... producer

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Alexandre Desplat

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Patrick Blossier ... director of photography

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Joëlle Hache
Chris Wimble

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Paul Ensby ... film color grader
Mike Fraser ... negative cutter
Tony Tromp ... assistant editor

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Swan Pham

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Bernd Lepel

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Tom Rand

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Clarisse Domine ... key makeup artist
Peter King ... makeup artist

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Sylvain Bouladoux ... assistant unit manager
Richard Lalonde ... production manager
Antoine Vierny ... assistant unit manager

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Vincent Canaple ... first assistant director
Peter Heslop ... assistant director

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Graham Ellis ... assistant art director
Amanda Grenville ... set dresser
Jonathan Hurst ... props
Boris Piot ... swing gang

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Don Banks ... boom operator
Harry Barnes ... dialogue editor
John Hayward ... re-recording mixer
Kevin Jacobs ... assistant sound engineer
Colin Ritchie ... supervising sound editor
Ivan Sharrock ... production sound mixer
Alan Snelling ... foley recordist
Michael Stevens ... assistant sound engineer
Richard Pryke ... assistant re-recording mixer (uncredited)

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Pete Hanson ... studio manager: CFC (as Peter Hanson)
Wolfgang Lempp ... software development: CFC
Jim Machin ... model maker
Mark Nelmes ... digital special effects designer: CFC
Alison O'Brien ... digital special effects producer: CFC

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Rémi Canaple ... stunts
Patrick Cauderlier ... stunt coordinator / stunts
Roland Neunreuther ... stunts

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Pascal Ridao ... camera operator

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Sally Turner ... assistant costume designer

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Mark Berrow ... musician: violin
William Boulton ... orchestra leader
Antoine Cambourakis ... synthesizer recording
Simon Chamberlain ... musician: piano duet / musician: stride piano
Alexandre Desplat ... musician: piano duet / musician: stride piano / orchestrations
Leonore Hall ... musician: solo piano
John Harle ... musician: soprano saxophone solo
Matt Howe ... additional score mixing engineer
Paul Talkington ... orchestral manager
John Timperley ... music sound engineer
Allan Wilson ... conductor

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Dennis Davidson ... public relations
Marie McFerran ... production coordinator
Charlie Raedle ... craft service
Claudine Raedle ... craft service
Deryn Stafford ... production coordinator
Mark Warrick ... assistant: Ray Williams

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Plot Summary

In September 1938 a British detective comes to a small French coastal town in order to investigate the death of a colleague. Prime suspects are the members of English aristocratic family with plenty of skeletons in the closet. Written by Dragan Antulov

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Also Known As
  • Halcyon Days (United Kingdom)
  • Les péchés mortels (France)
  • Unschuldige Lügen (Germany)
  • Mentiras inocentes (Spain)
  • Intrigo perverso (Italy)
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  • 88 min
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Trivia The original script was based on "Towards Zero", a novel by Agatha Christie. When Christie's daughter, Rosalind Hicks, reviewed the screenplay, she demanded that her mother should remain uncredited, and the character names changed. This was because of the inclusion of incest. See more »
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