Le champignon des Carpathes

Synopsis: A miraculous mushroom is discovered by a film director's daughter.It would be used to cure an actress.
100 min

What else?

Awesome... 67 HP, straight-4 engine,

four carburettors.

You'd be too good-looking on this.

And all the pretty mothers of your kiddies

are already in love with you.

As you said.

Come on.

Come on, leave it here,

you're already all wet.

I'll get up early tomorrow,

I'll drive you. Come on.

Come on!

- Hello, Anne. How are you?

- Hello.

Goodbye, darling. See you on Thursday,

for our anniversary.

- Goodbye.

- Take a good rest.

Come on!

Too bad, I cooked

something good for you.

I had to go at the laboratory.

Mrs Benson called again.

She wanted to see you right away.

It's urgent.

A long time ago?

About 90 minutes.

Her voice sounded funny.

I'll go.

Don't stay too long,

I'll reheat it for you.

Madame isn't there.

- I saw that.

- She didn't come down for dinner.

She asked not to be disturbed.

- She called me.

No, don't move.

Stay put.

Linda, what's wrong?

Talk to me.

Look at me.

Come on, move away!

What's wrong with her?

What did she take this time?

Tell it to me.

Is it bad?

She's safe, right?

Yes, don't worry.

Go back to your room.


I'll stay with her.

Leave now.

If there's anything,

you can call me.

If she doesn't feel better,

you're not the one I'll call.

As you wish.

Goodbye, Gaetan.

- Are you looking for me?

- Yes.

You took a big risk.

I love taking risks.

I have the results of

the analysis you asked me.

You couldn't know

the poisonous level.

I know it, now.

Why did you call me?

You were afraid, after all.

Not at all.

I wanted you to see me

in this splitting state.

But you arrived too late.

The second phase isn't interesting

but I worked during the first one.

I went much further than usually.

- Do you really think it helps creating?

It helps me create, me.

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