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Buffet Froid

Synopsis

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starring
Gerard Depardieu , Bernard Blier Jean Carmet , Genevieve Page
Bertrand Blier 's murderous black comedy gives an unexpected and slightly menacing twist to the familiar French roman policier.
Alphonse Tram loses his penknife on the Metro and is startled to discover it, a few stations later, stuck in the chest of a corpse. When he gets home to the huge tower block he inhabits alone, Tram finds that another tenant has moved in: a police inspector who tells Tram that he is hot on the trail of a killer.
Produced by ALAIN sarde
Written and directed by BERTRAND BLIER A French film with English subtitles Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Gerard Depardieu
Unknown: Bernard Blier
Unknown: Jean Carmet
Unknown: Genevieve Page
Unknown: Bertrand Blier
Unknown: Alphonse Tram
Produced By: Alain Sarde
Directed By: Bertrand Blier
Alphonse Tram: Gérard Depardieu
Inspector: Bernard Blier
Murderer: Jean Carmet
Widow: Genevieve Page
Hostess: Denise Gence
Young girl: Carole Bouquet
Unknown person: Michel Serrault
Witness: Jean Rougerie
Doctor: Bernard Crommbey
Josyane: Liliane Rovere
Man in blue: Jean Benguigui
Loutish man: Michel Fortin
Mason: Marco Perrin
Divorced man: Pierre Frag
Divorced woman: Nicole Desailly

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