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Icy Breasts
Les seins de glace
Directed byGeorges Lautner
Produced byRaymond Danon
Jacques Dorfmann
Screenplay byGeorges Lautner
Based onSomeone is Bleeding by Richard Matheson
StarringAlain Delon
Mireille Darc
Claude Brasseur
Music byPhilippe Sarde
CinematographyMaurice Fellous
Distributed by20th Century Fox-Lira[1]
Release date
  • 1974 (1974)
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Box office1,462,693 admissions (France)[2]

Icy Breasts (French: Les seins de glace, Italian: Esecutore oltre la legge, also known as Someone Is Bleeding) is a 1974 French-Italian psychological thriller written and directed by Georges Lautner and starring Alain Delon. It is based on Richard Matheson's 1953 novel Someone is Bleeding.

Plot

A French widow Peggy, played by Mireille Darc, meets a writer François Rollin, played by Claude Brasseur. After they meet, François Rollin tries to get romantically involved with Peggy. Peggy turns François down and eventually he stalks her to where she is shopping. François gets into Peggy's car while she was shopping. Peggy finds him in her car asks him to leave but he refuses. Peggy drops him off a few miles down the road. She ends up writing her number on her window. François gets on his motorcycle and shows up at her house. Peggy tells François about being divorced from her husband. When François leaves her home, he is followed by someone. He is asked to speak to Peggy's divorce lawyer. François finds out that Peggy killed her husband and was acquitted for the murder when her lawyer pleaded temporary insanity. Peggy becomes paranoid and kills her bodyguard. Then she ends up staying overnight with François. The following day she returns home to get her belongings. The police were there to ask her questions and took her in for questioning for the murder. She was told not to leave the city without giving notice. They leave to the Turini mountains, followed by Marc. Peggy is in fact mentally crazy and on a stop in a hotel room, tries to kill François with a singblade. Marc arrives and takes her with him. Later, they admire the mountain view and Marc shoots her.

Cast

Reception

The film received good reviews and was a hit, grossing $250,000 in its first week in Paris.[1] It had 1,462,693 admissions in France.[2] It played at the second Seattle International Film Festival in 1977.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b "'Breasts' $250,000 Paris B.O. Champ". Variety. September 8, 1974. p. 31.
  2. ^ a b Box office information at Box Office Story
  3. ^ Seattle Internation Film Festival, Program Guide, Seattle, 1977

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