The Sleepwalker (1951)

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Victor Boniface's life is not exactly a rest cure. Just imagine : Victor is both a store detective and a - shoplifter (only when he walks in his sleep, mind you). And falling in love while ... See full summary »


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Director:

Maurice Labro

Writers:

Gérard Carlier, Jean Manse (dialogue)

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20 July 2014 | dbdumonteil
Never wake a sleepwalker
If you want to watch this movie,do not read Guy Bellinger's storyline on main page:it spoils the excellent ending ,the unexpected twist of a movie which is far from excellent;some scenes are funny but the screenplay is repetitive ,and in spite of the reliable principal ,too much sleepwalking becomes a bit irritating all in all.And ,as far as the viewer is concerned ,it stands in danger of contaminating him.

The best scenes are not in the main plot:Andrex and his gang of two-bit hoodlums do not really stand out.One can prefer:

-the beginning with the feeding bottle which,in a way,reveals Boniface's intimate longing;then the shoplifter and his three hands;the manager who wants to shake hands with his insightful private eye .

-Boniface ,sleepwalking,winds up in.....Louis De Funès's and wife's bed ,a scene fans of the two actors might not want to miss.

-And the final scene (see above):and they all lived happily ever after.Or should I say "almost happily"!

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