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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Your wife's Fiat

was found 300 km away

on the Grand-Bornand bend,

near Digne.

Mr Cottaz,

do you know a lawyer called Paillet?


A lawyer in Digne. Are you sure?

I don't know him.

Could your wife know him?

Mr Paillet left the tennis club

that evening at 11:30

and never arrived home.

He had to take that bend

to get home to La Javie.

We reckon he got there around 11:45

about 15 minutes

after your wife's Fiat.

Why do you say that?

At 10:
30, at Les Bois-Noirs,

200 km from here on that road,

a man driving a Fiat

tired to attack a taxi-driver.

The taxi-d river saw someone

flash the Fiat's head lights.

The attacker could be her kidnapper.

Do you think she's still alive?


she was, at that car park.

Mr Paillet's car was at a

service station near Chambery

at 4 am with two people inside.

That's all we know for now.

Is the car park for customers only?

Yes. And the staff.

Who does that grey Audi belong to?

I don't know, but I'll find out.

Plea se do.

And a coffee, please.

Can I help you, sir?

Who does the grey Audi belong to?

I hadn't not iced it.

Many people pass through.

It's not a guest's though.

I'll be straight back.

Can I use the phone?

It's Thomas.

What's Paillet's registration?

Meet me at the Auberge du Lac,

at Veyrier.

How come it's here?

He picked up his own car

but no one not iced it here.

Maybe he left on foot.

Without the hostages then.

Lea! Come on!

- Why are you here?

- Skive off!

- It's my birthday.

- Is it?

Happy birthday.

- How old are you?

- 25.

- 25! Are you sure?

- Of course.

- Do you know this place?

- No.

I never visit churches,

they're spooky.

I've been here at least 20 times.

Do you believe in God?

No, I don't. Religion's bullshit.

I don't need a leader.

Nothing scares me.

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