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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124 min

Not even death?

Death doesn't count.

Life is just a dream.

Here, this is for you.

An engagement ring, for you and me.

Thank you.

Now, we're engaged.

Lea, love between you and me

is impossible.

He just walked away with a bag.

What happened exactly?

I was driving to Marseilles

after a disco.

Is lowed down to look

and I saw this man...

I stopped to ask if he was okay

and he told me,

" I'm okay but you're in trouble, "

and pointed his gun at me.

So I got straight out and...

he jumped into my car

and then the gun went off...

The stuff from the 5 burglaries

was in a car on the outskirts

of Marseilles.

In the boot were two guns,

a load of ammunition...

Here's the full list.

The Annecy classifieds

from February 14.

What else?

I called all the hotel guests

from the week Mrs Cottaz vanished.

One group sent me some photos

taken in the car park.

No good, the plates are blurred.

None of us can get anywhere

with Milene.

She fancies you,

although you're married.

She won't give up.

Last time I went home,

my wife wanted a divorce.

What's up?

On April 27, in the home

of Rachid Abdou, Annecy police

found the papers of tourist

mugged in Grasse

and of a Peugeot coupe

stolen on the Riviera last July.

This Rachid guy said he took them...

from a maroon Renault

"with a broken window".

Probably the Marseilles Renault.

I called in to see the evidence.

One of the ID cards had been altered

with a new photo. Messy job.

I made a photocopy.

The bloke's not on file anywhere.

The Fayolle murder...

Frangoise Cottaz kidnapped...

Taxi-d river attack...

Paillet vanishes...

Back to Chambery...

Menton St Bernard burglary...

Marseilles pile-up.

Lea, you're changing.

Why didn't you visit

in the holidays?

I was in Marseilles. On business.

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