Ne le Dis à Personne
Tell No One
Alain Attal, Luc Besson (executive), Pierre-Ange Le Pogam (executive) for Les Productions du Trésor, Europa Corp., M6 Films, Caneo Films, Sofica, Région Ile-de-France, Canal+, Ciné Cinémas
directed by Guillaume Canet
starring Francois Cluzet, Marie-Josée Croze, André Dussollier, Kristin Scott Thomas, Francois Berléand, Nathalie Baye, Jean Rochefort, Marina Hands, Gilles Lellouche, Philippe Lefebvre, Florence Thomassin, Olivier Marchal, Guillaume Canet, Brigitte Catillon, Samir Guesmi, Jean-Pierre Lorit, Jalil Lespert, Eric Savin, Eric Naggar, Philippe Canet, Danièle Ajoret, Daniel Znyk, Laurent Lafitte, Jean-Christophe Pagnac, Dorothée Brière, JEan-Noel Brouté, Joel Dupuch, Martine Chevallier, Thierry Neuvic, Mikaela Fisher, Christophe Veillon, Anne Marivin, Maxim Nucci, [Hugo Sélignac, Ludovic Bergery, Robin Marmisse, Marie Martin, Brooklyn Beral, Christelle Beral, Sara Martins, Alexandra Mercouroff, Lola Lefebvre, Christian Carion, Brian Lucas, Mamadou Gary, Pierre-Benoist Varoclier, Nicolas Mouchet, Karim Adda, Christophe Rossignon, Said Bjaoui, Jean-Marc Valenti, Pascal Rigot, Marie-Antoinette Canet, Francoise Bertin, Andrée Damant, Jean Maurice Bonneau, Jérémie Covillaut, Arnaud Henriet, Albert Goldberg, Eva Saint-Paul, Raphael de Crozals
screenplay by Guillaume Canet, Philippe Lefebvre, based on the novel by Harlan Coben, music by M (= Mathieu Chedid)
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Alex' (Francois Cluzet) wife Margot (Marie-Josée Crozet) wife has been
murdered eight years ago, and Alex himself was knocked out when rushing to
her rescue. For a while then, he was the prime suspect in the case,
especially since some things didn't quite add up, but eventually, the
murder was pinned to a serial killer. Now though the case is reopened
since new evidence has been found, and suddenly Alex finds himself to be
the prime suspect again, plus another killing is also pinned to him, and
he finds himself on the run. Thing is, he also receives emails that would
suggest Margot is still alive. The other thing is, he's on th erun not
only from the police but also from a weird gang of thugs who apparently
work for Gilbert Neuville (Jean Rochefort), the richest man of the region,
and who are hell-bent on luring Margot out into the open.
one cop, Captain Levkovich (Francois Berléand), who believes Alex is
innocent, but even he has no idea what's going on - so Alex has little
alternative other than to turn to his criminal friend Bruno (Gilles
Lellouche) for help, who even kills for Alex in one instant.
the more Alex tries to figure out what's going on and what has been going
on since Margot's death, the more confusing the whole thing gets - until
Margot's dad (André Dussollier) tells him what had really happened all
these years back: Margot found out that Neuville's son (Guillaume Canet)
has raped a little girl, but when she confronts him with the fact, he
brutally beats her up - so much so that she ultimately shoots him.
Margot's dad, then a police officer, arrived shortly afterwards and helped
her dispose of the body - thing is though that Neuville soon suspected
Margot of killing his son, and thus hired to hitmen to get rid of her. But
Margot's dad found out about that beforehands, paid the hitmen not to kill
his little girl, then shot them, and put another dead girl in Margot's
place to pose as her and had her flee to Spain. This all worked very well
until the two dead hitmen were found and as a result, Margot came back ...
police of course had Alex wired and taped the whole conversation (which is
why Margot's dad officially claimed he shot Neuville's son), but before
they can arrest him, Margot's dad shoots himself - which leaves the police
with nothing to do but to arrest Neuville, who by the way also had Alex's
dad (Philippe Canet) killed.
Alex in the end is reunited with Margot
Very nice thriller that is confusing while it
unfolds of course, throwing plottwist after plottwist at its audience, but
it does make perfect sense in the end. Add to this a colourful cast and a
couple of well-made but un-exaggerated action sequences, a decent pace
that never becomes too breathless to obscure the plot and a directorial
effort subtle enough to stay focussed throughout and you have got one good
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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