Peur sur la ville (Fear Over the City)

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Year:
1975
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You knifed my partner.

I gun you down.

Self-Defense.

It's Marcucci!

He was here a month ago.

Haven't seen him since, I swear!

-If Marcucci ever comes back...

-I'll call you, chief, I swear!

Just don't wait too long.

If you want this to heal.

"Z-2 calling AV-108"

"Z-2 calling AV-108"

"Z-2 calling AV-108"

AV-108, Roger.

Where the hell were you? I've been calling for an hour!

We stopped for peanuts.

She called her local police station,

she had received threats over the phone.

She was worried someone was coming...

Who? A man, a woman?

Good evening, chief.

Bertrand:
identification dept.

When you rang, you didn't hear any screams

or scuffle?

I heard her scream, nothing else.

A woman screams for help during the night

And you calmly spend the evening with your friends?

She didn't "scream for help", she just screamed.

It's the first time I come here

I just rang the wrong door.

-I see.

-Anyone heard anything in the building?

I asked the neighbors, they didn't hear anything.

But there was lots of noise, a birthday party.

-You knew the victim?

-Not Really, just walked passed her a few times.

According to the watchman she was very discreet.

Call up the local police station for me.

You're the watchman?

Eugene Merclin, 45, single.

At what time did Mrs Elmer come in tonight?

I was watching the news... It must have been 8pm.

Yes, about 8pm.

And how was she?

I think she had nylon pants.

That looked like jeans.

That's not what we're asking you, buddy.

Was she troubled, worried, anxious?

Oh, sorry. Not more than usual.

She'd just lost her husband in a car accident!

-Is that him?

-Well yeah, that's him errr....

WAS Mr Elmer.

She lived on her own since?

Even before! He was always away on business trips.

And who's that?

I don't know... Seems familiar but...

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