FADE IN (BEFORE TITLES)
CAMERA PANS the green, squared-off flatland, lit only by
upon us, flashing by with a roar.
Then, as if from nowhere, the figure of a man hits the
2.CLOSE SHOT -- BODY
It lies in the bushes, still, unmoving -- dead. CAMERA
EXT. MEGEVE -- DAY
activity -- eating.
black and ugly in the sunlight.
straight into REGGIE's face.
Including JEAN-LOUIS, a French boy of six or so. REGGIE
looks at him sternly.
JEAN-LOUIS (in for trouble)
Don't tell me you didn't know it was loaded.
SYLVIE GAUDET, French, attractive, blonde, in her early
REGGIE and JEAN-LOUIS.
do -- like start an avalanche?
SYLVIE (to JEAN-LOUIS)
Va jouer, mon ange.
When you start to eat like this something
is the matter.
Sylvie -- I'm getting a divorce.
�a alors! From Charles?
He's the only husband I've got. I tried
to make it work, I really have -- but --
I don't know how to explain it. I'm just
It is infuriating that your unhappiness
does not turn to fat!
their conversation continuing.
But why do you want a divorce?
Because I don't love him.
But that is no reason to get a divorce!
Synopsis: Charade is a 1963 Technicolor American romantic comedy/mystery film directed by Stanley Donen, written by Peter Stone and Marc Behm, and starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn. The cast also features Walter Matthau, James Coburn, George Kennedy, Dominique Minot, Ned Glass, and Jacques Marin. It spans three genres: suspense thriller, romance and comedy. Because Universal Pictures published the movie with an invalid copyright notice, the film entered the public domain in the United States immediately upon its release.