In loving memory of Claude Chabrol (1930-2010)
Two of the giants of French cinema, Claude Chabrol and Gerard Depardieu, team up for the only time for the the director’s 50th and final feature film, a wry thriller about a police commissioner trying to balance professional instinct with family duty. Once again, Paul Bellamy (Depardieu) and his wife are spending their vacation at her family home in a quiet town. But just as they’re settling into their reassuringly predictable holiday routine, his perennially troubled younger brother shows up, joined by a mysterious stranger seeking Bellamy’s protection.
- Country France
- Language In French with English subtitles.
- Rating NR
- Year 2010
- Running Time 110 minutes
- Website ifcfilms.com
- Director Claude Chabrol
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