Passage à l'acte (1996)

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The story of a Parisian psychiatrist (Auteuil) who is treating a patient who confesses to having killed his wife. At first the psychiatrist lends little credence to his unusual client but ... See full summary »


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31 March 2018 | paidinfull13
| Deserves a little credit for the idea
This film had a good idea. The context of the relation between mental health doctor and his patients....mixt with suspense and drama.

I think the execution however was poor...not so much on the side of Daniel Auteil...but on the side of the patient. Something was missing in order for us to really understand and connect with the back story. It is as if the writer hid too much for us to really connect with some of the crucial players of the an attempt to not reveal too much of the ending. But this camouflaged information makes us not care about the story to begin with.

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30 October 1996



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