The Murdered House Trailer

The Murdered House Trailer (1988)

01 February 1988 Drama 110 mins

After World War I, a young ex-soldier, Sébastien Monge, returns to his home village. Ignorant of his past, he learns that, 24 years before, his entire family was slain in their home one stormy night. Only Sébastien, then a four-month old baby, was spared. Whilst Sébastien is being seduced by Charmaine, Dupin is killed by someone else. Sébastien’s next victim, the miller Didon Pujol, is also murdered before he has a chance to take his revenge. Sébastien realises that someone is watching his every move and is going to extraordinary lengths to protect him. But who, and why..?

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Patrick Bruel

as Séraphin Monge

Anne Brochet

as Marie Dormeur

Agnès Blanchot

as Rose Pujol

Ingrid Held

as Charmaine Dupin

Yann Collette

as Patrice Dupin

Jean-Pierre Sentier

as Célestat Dormeur


International Releases Dates

France 01 February 1988

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