Bizarre Marilyn

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Bizarre Marilyn

rape surrealism escape alps mountains inheritance challenge mother daughter relationship

Bizarre Marilyn

Release Date: May 05, 1982

Year    :   1982
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Production Companies    :   Comex
Director    :   Joe de Palmer
Producers    :   Joe de Palmer
Writers    :   Joe de Palmer, Jean-Luc Gilles
RunTime    :   120 mins.

Manuella (Olinka Hardiman) is a young and rich heiress married to Jean-Pierre (Gabriel Pontello). The latter is the director of the company owned by his wife, who merely signs contracts and invoices. Manuella suffers from a trauma that dates back to adolescence, when she witnessed the rape and then the murder of her older sister Nathalie (Cathy Greiner) by a simple-minded man. A shock she never recovered, which leads regularly to depression, even violent crises requiring treatment that administers her husband through bites. In order to change his ideas, Jean-Pierre takes his wife to winter sports, in Haute-Savoie where he rented a chalet (between Megève and Chamonix). He meets his mistress Françoise (Catherine Ringer), accompanied by her Patrick, his friend, who is aware of the liaison of his girlfriend with Jean-Pierre. In fact, the latter, with the help of Françoise, plans to sink Manuella into irreversible madness, in order to seize his property.




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