L'indiscrétion Trailer

L'indiscrétion Trailer (1982)

21 July 1982 Thriller 94 mins

An innocent man stumbles across a political intrigue, when he discovers that his neighbours apartment is bugged. They are then found dead and their killers description resembles the man.

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Jean Rochefort

as Alain Tescique

Dominique Sanda

as Béatrice

Jean-Hugues Anglade

as Jean-François

Roland Bertin

as Le commissaire

International Titles

Flirt mit dem Tod Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 21 July 1982

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