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His wife Margot was brutally murdered by a serial killer. Distraught and beside himself, Alex revisits, day in and day out, the troubling memory of his lost love. Eight years have gone by when, one day, Alex receives an anonymous email. He clicks: an image… The face of a woman in a crowd, filmed in real time. That of Margot…
Based on the book by American author Harvey Coben, this French suspense thriller is one of those exhilarating word-of-mouth gems one can't to tell everyone about. Francois Cluzet stars as Alex, a pediatrician whose beloved wife, Margot (Marie-Josee Croze) was shockingly murdered eight years before. As the anniversary of her death approaches, Alex begins to receive cryptic emails and a video that seems to suggest that she is alive. The discovery of two long-buried bodies at the crime scene turn Alex into some kind of Hitchcockian Everyman, implicated in a crime he could not possibly have committed. But when he makes a mad dash from the police who visit him at his office, he seems to have signed his own confession. This synopsis doesn't even begin to hint at the genuinely exciting and surprising twists, turns, and revelations that await Alex in this Chinese box of a mystery. Brilliantly acted by an ensemble that includes Kristin Scott Thomas and French movie icon Jean Rochefort (Pardon Mon Affaire), Tell No One invites repeat viewings, the better to appreciate the intricacies of its plotting and construction. And if you think you have it figured out, there's this from one character who tells Alex at a climactic point, "Wait, there's more." --Donald Liebenson --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.
good performance from solid actors(french,british and quebecois).based on h. cobhen novel good interpretation of such.enjoyed++Published on Oct. 21 2010 by claudette lafontaine
We start with Alex (Cluzet) and Margot (Cruzet who you may recognize as the female assassin from Munich) going up to the lake and spending some time together, but when she screams,... Read morePublished on April 19 2009 by Travis J. Clark
The Packaging is in french, it's listed as English language, is it dubbed, are there english subtitles???. Read morePublished on Feb. 10 2009 by Ron Houghton