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Overview

New Wave director Claude Chabrol employs an aloof perspective in this tale of murder and a dysfunctional family. The paterfamilias Henri Marcoux Jacques Dacqmine is having a fling with the neighbor woman Leda Antonella Lualdi. When she turns up murdered, police suspect the milkman, a friend of the Marcoux's sultry maid Julie. But Laszlo Jean-Paul Belmondo the non-conformist Hungarian boyfriend of Henri's daughter Elisabeth Jeanne Valerie thinks not. Was the killer Henri's unbalanced son Richard? His wife Therese ...
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Overview

New Wave director Claude Chabrol employs an aloof perspective in this tale of murder and a dysfunctional family. The paterfamilias Henri Marcoux Jacques Dacqmine is having a fling with the neighbor woman Leda Antonella Lualdi. When she turns up murdered, police suspect the milkman, a friend of the Marcoux's sultry maid Julie. But Laszlo Jean-Paul Belmondo the non-conformist Hungarian boyfriend of Henri's daughter Elisabeth Jeanne Valerie thinks not. Was the killer Henri's unbalanced son Richard? His wife Therese Madeleine Robinson is a regular harridan; is she guilty? Robinson won the "Best Actress" award at the 1959 Venice Film Festival for her portrayal of Therese.
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Special Features

Theatrical trailer; Claude Chabrol filmography; Stills gallery; Optional English subtitles; Enhanced for 16x9 TVs
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/22/2005
  • UPC: 738329044527
  • Original Release: 1959
  • Rating:

  • Source: Kino Video
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 57,656

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jean-Paul Belmondo Laszlo Kovacs
Antonella Lualdi Leda Mortoni
Madeleine Robinson Therese Marcoux
Jacques Dacqmine Henri Marcoux
Jean Valerie Elizabeth Marcoux
Bernadette Lafont Julie
Mario David Roger the Milkman
André Dino
André Jocelyn Richard Marcoux
Raymond Pelissier
Laszlo Szabo The Hungarian
Technical Credits
Claude Chabrol Director
Louis Bonnemaison Makeup
Henri Decaë Cinematographer
Bernard Evein Art Director
Jacques Gaillard Editor
Paul Gégauff Screenwriter
Jeannine Germes-Vergne Costumes/Costume Designer
Raymond Hakim Producer
Robert Hakim Producer
Paul Misraki Score Composer
Jacques Saulnier Art Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Á Double Tour
1. "Another Beautiful Day!" [10:40]
2. Henri's Affair [6:06]
3. The Truth Be Told [8:30]
4. Drinking With Vlado [5:06]
5. Thérèse Compromises [7:16]
6. Leda's Sadness [6:40]
7. A Scandalous Plan [7:23]
8. Unexpected News [9:11]
9. Everyone Is a Suspect [6:49]
10. Richard's Confession [9:24]
11. Visiting Ledo [8:23]
12. Broken Family [8:15]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Á Double Tour
   Film
   Scenes
   Extras
      Trailer
      Claude Chabrol Filmography
      Stills Gallery
   Subtitles
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