The Third Lover
L'oeil du Malin

The Third Lover - L'oeil du Malin
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Francoise

A rather unknown Chabrol. The theme of the unfaithful wife is dear to Chabrol. Too bad he used the untalented Jacques Charrier who simply cannot act to be the main protagonist of the story.

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