Faux fuyants

Synopsis: After coming out of a cinema, car driver Serge accidentally hits a man. Panic forces him to escape.Later,due to a guilty consciences,he decides to hang around the victim's family.
100 min



I think he knows, Fred.

I think he knows it all.

He knows, I can tell.

What happened?

- What does this mean?

- I dunno! He's not...

I know him.

He's thinking.

Turning it over in his mind.

I'm being followed, Fred.

It's true, Fred, I swear!

I've seen them!


He'll take us.

He won't let us leave like that.

I'm afraid, Fred.

Listen. He knows nothing, okay!

- You're panicking.

- Don't leave me, Fred.

No, I won't leave you.

And you won't leave me! Alright?

No point being scared, darling.

Anyone would be.

But you mustn't panic.

...go on, take the passports.

Go home and have a drink.

Try to relax, okay?

It's all going to go fine, alright?

Shall I tell you something?



Li, what's going on?

The passports aren't there.

- What?

- They aren't in the drawer!

- What?

- The passports have gone.

No, no, they aren't there.

- What do I do?

- Calm down. Think!


- You didn't put them somewhere else?

- No.


Try to remember.

If you'd left them

in the f***ing drawer,

they should still be there, no?

- Li?

- Someone's taken them.


Was it locked when you arrived?


- And the key?

- What?

Yes, where you told me.

- No one saw you put it there?

- I don't think so, no.

What'll we do?

Fred, what do we do?

Leave the house and go home.

And the passports?

I'll think of something.

I know we have to go... Jesus Christ!

- I'll call you in the morning, okay?

- What time?

Off you go now. Make it quick.

- Fred?

- Yes?

- He'll get us.

- No he won't.

I promise he won't get us.

Go home, we'll talk tomorrow.

- I love you, Fred.

- Me too.

- Hello?

- He's there!

- Who?

- The guy who follows me!

He waited outside your place!

- What shall I do?

- Get out of there.

- I'm not going back home?

- No. Leave.

- Where shall I go?

- I don't know, go hide!

- Fred!

- Hurry! Alice, go!

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