The Champagne Murders - Kino Lorber Classics [Blu-ray]

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From Claude Charlo, the legendary director of Les Bones Femmes, Les Birches, Betty and Lender. This stylish psychological thriller has such labyrinthine plotting that many critics, upon the film’s original release, found it too confusing. Christine Belling (Yvonne Fornax, La Dolce Vita) tries to convince her husband’s friend Paul Wagner (Maurice Rennet, The Unfaithful Wife) to sell his venerable champagne business to an American company and asks her husband Chris (Anthony Perkins, Psycho) to persuade the stubborn Paul. While on a trip to Hamburg, Paul picks up a girl in a restaurant—the next morning, the girl turns up dead, and Paul can’t remember what happened. Chris, who becomes aware of the incident, promptly tells his wife, and she tries to blackmail Paul into signing a deal with the Americans. But when another woman turns up dead, and again Paul is the last person to see her alive, Paul begins questioning his own sanity. Legendary actress Stephaney Audrain (Babette’s Feast) and great character actor Henry Jones (Support Your Local Sheriff! ) co-star in this Hitchcock Ian thriller beautifully shot in Scope by Jean Rapier (Cold Sweat, Madame Bovary). Special Features: -Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger and Nathaniel Thompson -Trailers From Hell with Tim Hunter -Theatrical Trailer