L'homme qui voulait vivre sa vie
France | 2010 | Eric Lartigau
This tense psychological thriller follows a successful Paris lawyer (Romain Duris) who takes the identity of a dead man and abandons his upper-class lifestyle in France to live the life he always wanted: as a photographer. But his fears of being exposed make him do some horrible things. Catherine Deneuve co-stars in this acclaimed film that evokes both The Talented Mr. Ripley and Antonioni’s The Passenger. “Spellbinding.” –The Hollywood Reporter.
114 min. 35mm color & scope print! Cleveland premiere. Subtitles.
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