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Women are like That
Eddie geht aufs Ganze

France 1960
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directed by Bernard Borderie
starring Eddie Constantine, Alfred Adam, Renaud Mary, Robert Berri, Francoise Brion, Nicolas Vogel, Francoise Prévost, André Luguet, Jacques Seiler, Henri Cogan, Billy Kearns, Darling Légitimus, Colin Drake, Jean Landier, Albert Michel, Georges Demas, Marcel Pérès, Émile Genevois, Henri Lambert, Nicole Dore, Charles Marosi
screenplay by Bernard Borderie, Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon, based on the novel I'll Say She Does by Peter Cheyney, music by Paul Misraki

Lemmy Caution

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The FBI has sent their top agent Lemmy Caution (Eddie Constantine) to Paris to find international spy Varlais, much to the dismay of general Rupert (André Luguet), who thinks his agents Demur (Renaud Mary) and Mayne (Nicolas Vogel) are capable enough to find Varlais on their own. What makes the affair really difficult though is that noone knows what Varlais looks like, so he could be anybody ...

Anyway, Lemmy soon enough picks up clues like nobody's business, and finds a host of suspicious men and women, who he either beats up (the men) or tries to seduce (the women). Soon the whole affair boils down to gallery owner Isabelle (Francoise Prévost) and bar owner Girotti (Alfred Adam), sho somehow seem to have dealings with Varlais ... but to catch the big fish, Lemmy needs special bait: Martine (Francoise Brion), the niece of general Rupert, who bears a striking resemblance to an international top spy and who would be just the women to lure Varlais out of his hole ... again, of course, much to the dismay of general Rupert.

And suddenly, Varlais turns out to be Girotti - at least that's what Demur and Mayne want to make Lemmy think, because once he turns his back, they turn on Martine - whom they still think to be the international superspy - and reveal themselves (yeah, both of them) to be Varlais ... but naturally, Lemmy has been one step ahead in the game and has figured it all out long ago, and so unwittingly, the two Varlais have stepped into his trap, while Lemmy in the end gets the girl - Martine that is ...


Comment qu'elle est is the first Lemmy Caution film after a five year hiatus (and at the same time the fifth in the series) ... and somehow it's one of the weaker ones. The plot is overcomplicated while leading nowhere in particular, and the genre parody inherent in the series, is rather downplayed. However, Eddie Constantine still makes a good lead, not taking any of the on-screen goings-on seriously and forever trying to get into all the ladies panties or at least a refill for his whisky-glass. Just how can you not like such a guy ?


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