Roberto Succo

Synopsis: 'Kurt' claims to be a sales rep. He also claims to be English in spite of his heavy Italian accent. Kurt is an habitual liar and a dangerous driver, at the very least. In the south of ...
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It's Fayolle, an officer from Annecy.

His holster was empty.

- Anything else?

- A shot a round six.

I'd say he died instantly,

shot in the throat.

We found a 22-calibre rifle slug.

Fayolle's wife

says he had his gun with him.

- What was it?

- A large-bore.

- What model?

- A police-issue Beretta.

- Where are you?

- Here.

- Who is it, Lea?

- It's for me.

Let's go.

- A new car?

- Don't you like it?

The back window' s broken.

Some Arabs tried to rob me.

Look, I was wounded here.

And here.

Who looked after you?

The hospital.

You're my first time.

Of course! Like hell I am.

I'm not lying, it's true.

Come on, you've had other girls.

You can tell me. I'm not jealous.

There are others

but I can't make love to them.

I think of you too much.


Let's go back, I'm cold!

I'm never cold!

I need oil, I've broken down.

Sorry, I've run out.

Open the boot!

Open the boot!


- Get in!

- I can't, I've got a bad knee!

Hurry up!

I can't...

- Give me the keys!

- I'm lying on them!

The keys!

Show me how it works!

Show me how the gears work!

- First...

- The gears, come on!

Second... Reverse...

The windows!

You have to start it up.

Switch them off!

Switch the head lights off!

Sorry to bother you.

Can I look round?

Do you always park here?


Didn't you not ice anything odd

prior to your wife's disappearance?

No, nothing.

Not even a detail

that seemed trivial?

This is probably not connected

but Frangoise said she'd given

a glass of water to a young man.

- She didn't say more?

- No.

I'm afraid it was my fault,

I didn't ask.

May I take one?

Go a head.

In theory, your wife was kidnapped

before her piano class, around 10:30.

The neighbours

claim they heard nothing

and there's no sign of a struggle

near the chalet.

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