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Chameleon (1996)

Caméléone (original title)
A night in Paris Leah kills a man to defend himself. Who now can help? The two newspaper vendors, witnesses of the crime, who seem to take a stand for her but act in a curious way? His ... See full summary »

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Benoît Cohen
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Chiara Mastroianni ... Léa
Jackie Berroyer ... Moskowitz
Seymour Cassel ... Francis
Antoine Chappey Antoine Chappey ... Luc
Alban Guitteny Alban Guitteny ... Jean
Julien Collet Julien Collet ... Julien
Edward Bunker ... Sid Dembo
Sandrine Dumas ... Eva
Marilyne Canto ... Esther, la patronne du bar
Philippe van Herwijnen Philippe van Herwijnen ... Le tueur
François Guérif François Guérif ... Le patron du Soleil
Dominique Camara Dominique Camara ... Le client du Soleil
Jean-René de Fleurieu Jean-René de Fleurieu ... Le photographe
Dan Herzberg ... Le noctambule
Nicolas Leouzon Nicolas Leouzon ... Le barman
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A night in Paris Leah kills a man to defend himself. Who now can help? The two newspaper vendors, witnesses of the crime, who seem to take a stand for her but act in a curious way? His lover, an American painter? His friend Julien? Or Commissioner Moskowitz, his former lover, who knows how to eliminate the clues but then does not hesitate to resort to blackmail? Written by B. Cohen

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Thriller

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

9 October 1996 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Chameleon See more »

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Go figure!
26 September 2014 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

I was expecting a thriller.What a disappointment!The screenplay is so muddled it's hard to follow the plot.Almost all the lines deal with sex ,dirty words abound,which is boring in the long run.No actor stands out:Chiara Mastroianni is as cold as ice and her monotonous portrayal does not help;to enliven things a bit ,she flashes her tits.Jackie Berroyer as the libidinous superintendent gives a Johnny-one-note performance.American Seymour Cassel as a painter hams it up all along the way and,had I to watch that again (God preserve me) ,I would skip all his scenes.Benoit Cohen is not John Cassavetes .

The third of the dialog is in English with subtitles .

Aspirin needed afterward.


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