Since it was shot with lenses and lighting designed to accommodate the 3-D process, "flat" prints of this film (those used in theatres without 3-D projection equipment and the print from which video masters were created for television showings) had to be struck from a second generation negative. As a result, TV versions of this film have a dark and blurry quality, unlike its appearance in 3-D. See more
This story is set in Paris, France, which means that all signs and printed material should be in French; however, there are several signs in the English language, such as UNIVERSITY OF PARIS. See more
These days inspector everything is Freud or it is nothing, Freud and the libido, anything new, especialy from zoologists like myself...
Prof. Paul Dupin
...At least has a reception here. Dr. Marais maintains that in all forms of life, from the micro to man, the killer instinct lies latent.
Held in check for most of us, but for others igniting under certain hatred, or passion, or a crowning frustration, or a total collapse of one's beliefs...