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A Crime

A Crime
File:A Crime film poster.jpg
Directed by Manuel Pradal
Produced by Laurent Pétin and Michèle Pétin
Written by Manuel Pradal and Tonino Benacquista
Starring Emmanuelle Béart
Music by Ennio Morricone
Cinematography Giorgos Arvanitis
Editing by Jennifer Augé
Distributed by ARP Sélection
Release date(s) 2006
Running time 100 min
Country France / USA
Language English

A Crime (French title: Un crime) is a 2006 thriller film directed by Manuel Pradal, written by Manuel Pradal and Tonino Benacquista, and starring Emmanuelle Béart.

It tells the story of Vincent (Norman Reedus) who looks for his wife's killer. In the process his neighbor Alice (Emmanuelle Béart) decides to invent a culprit, so that he can find revenge. However there is no ideal culprit and crime.


In the evening, while returning to his place, Vincent (Reedus) crosses a taxi coming from his house. When he arrives, it is too late: his wife was brutally murdered. Three years later, Vincent moves to New York, and his neighbor, Alice (Béart), is frantically in love with him, but having been always distressed and obsessed to discover the assassin of his woman, he himself does not recognize any feeling at least. To make Vincent be free to open his heart to her, Alice is willing to find the man responsible for his wife's death. When Alice hails a cab driven by lonely New Yorker Roger (Keitel), her elaborated plan is slowly set into motion in spite of the ignorance of both men.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
  • Movieforum: TIFF 2006: "UN CRIME"
  • Twitch - TIFF Report: UN CRIME Review
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