The Accuser Trailer

The Accuser Trailer (1977)

07 September 1977 Drama 102 mins

In this sardonic comedy, after an executive is killed in a mysterious automobile accident, the French offices of his multinational company is inundated with mysteriously threatening be-ribboned anti-capitalist tracts, delivered overnight to everyone's desks. Later, the executive's body is brought to company offices for an official wake -- only no one at the company has ordered that such a thing be done. A mysterious prankster, who is able to imitate the voice of the company's president, has arranged these things. When Americans from the head office get wind of these developments, they institute a search for the perpetrator which leads to mysterious subterranean passages under the company's skyscraper.

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Cast

Jean Yanne

as Le directeur des Relations Humaines

Michel Piccoli

as Saint-Rame

Marlène Jobert

as Madame Arangrude

Michael Lonsdale

as Abéraud

Robert Webber

as Le cadre américain

International Releases Dates

France 07 September 1977

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