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One Deadly Summer


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(L 'ete meurtrier) starring
Isabelle Adjani
Alain Souchon Suzanne Flon
The South of France, a beautiful region that was the scene of a brutal rape 30 years ago. Three newcomers settle in a small Provencal village: a German woman, her crippled husband, and her daughter Eliane, a beautiful teenage girl who flaunts herself to the horror of the locals. But when a gentle garage mechanic falls in love with her, he little realises he is to be a pawn in a game of revenge and murder. Jean Becker's provocative and sensual drama won four
French academy awards.
Screenplay by SEBASTIEN JAPRISOT .based on his own novel
(First showing on British television. A French film with English subtitles)


Unknown: Isabelle Adjani
Unknown: Alain Souchon
Unknown: Suzanne Flon
Unknown: Sebastien Japrisot
Produced By: Christine Beytout
Directed By: Jean Becker
Eliane, 'Elle': Isabelle Adjani
Florimond, 'Pin Pon': Alain Souchon
Cognata: Suzanne Flon
Pin Pon's mother: Jenny Cleve
Gabriel: Michel Galabru
Mickey: Francois Cluzet
Boubou: Manuel Geun
Elaine's mother, 'Eva Braun': Maria MacHado
'Henry IV: Roger Carel

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