Pascale (Princeton, NJ)’s review of Le Mystere De La Tour Eiffel: Roman
Cache-cache a la Tour Eiffel
Mystere a la Tour Eiffel is lit as fuck
Sign in. Watch now. While the opera diva Eva Fontaine repeats her role of Carmen at the Paris Opera, the body of a young usherette, Manon, is found in a box. Jeanne, a sauce Chef in a Parisian palace, discovers that her son Paul has been kidnapped. If she wants to see him alive she must murder an Austro-Hungarian emissary during a diplomatic dinner party that is to be held at the hotel.
Do you want to remove all your recent searches? For You Explore. All recent searches will be deleted. Cancel Remove. Watch fullscreen. During the opening of the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Exhibition in , three engineers from the Eiffel companies are killed under mysterious circumstances.
Directed by Julien Duvivier. With Tramel, Regine Bouet, Gaston Jacquet, Jimmy Gaillard.
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This French-language TV movie certainly delivers on both a classic murder-mystery story and an interracial lesbian romance set around But I think this frock flick is worth it! At about an hour and a half, the story moves along at a sprightly clip, introducing Louise, a divorced artist and the daughter of one of the architects who worked for Gustave Eiffel on the Eiffel Tower. The police suspect Louise, although Henriette attempts to distract her enjoyably. Alas, Louise is thrown into a lunatic asylum, where a sympathetic doctor hypnotizes her to help her remember what happened at the time of the murders. The caption is Louise referring to her time at the asylum, but really. Two women walking arm-in-arm in public would be NBD in the 19th century, but in this story, it has added meaning.
Sign in. Breakout star Erin Moriarty of " The Boys " shouts out her real-life super squad of actors. Watch now. It's not a particularly Duvivier-like piece. Without going into detail about the plot, it's easiest to understand it in the context of the growth of the thriller in this era, from writers like Buchan to Oppenheimer to Greene and film makers like Feuillade and Lang, to Hitchcock.
Keep reading. I think there might be a subtitled version available, check the notes on that post, maybe? You really, really should. Sadly I do not. And even then, I had to watch it without subtitles. That I definitely remember. I really hope you get a chance to watch it though, because it really is pretty good.