A wounded criminal and his dying partner take refuge at a beachfront castle. The owners of the castle, a meek Englishman and his willful French wife, are initially the unwilling hosts to the criminals. Quickly, however, the relationships between the criminal, the wife, and the Englishman begin to shift in humorous and bizarre fashion. Written by
Sean Taylor <Taylor@org.chem.ethz.ch>
L'Humour, L'Amour, La Mort.
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Did You Know?
John Sutro is credited as translator. He was a producer of such films such as Forty Ninth Parallell and The Way Ahead. Michael Powell's autobiography states that the had a lovely French wife. See more
The record with the Cul-de-sac theme that Nicolas scratched is different from the one Teresa later plays and jumps. See more
[after being punished for scratching one of Teresa's records
That Froggy bitch pulled my ear off!
Here, here, here! Who taught you to speak like that?
[slaps the back of Nicholas's hand
That'll teach you to tell lies.
Referenced in Echelon Down