In the Shadow of Iris
In the Shadow of Iris :-Watch In the Shadow of Iris on 123moviestvshow.com,The sudden disappearance of a wealthy banker’s wife cracks open a dizzying world of secret fetishes, desperate acts and elaborate deceptionsWhat a terrific little French thriller in the pure Hitchcock manner. A masterpiece of editing and acting as well with Romain Duris at his very best and also maybe as you have never seen him before. Brilliant, intelligent in the script and, I repeat, the editing that may give you a weird taste in the mouth at the end, but that’s precisely what I love in this film. The audience may also be lost during the first part because of the so complex editing, but everything eventually makes it afterwards. Don’t be worry, folks. I highly recommend it. But one thing worries me a little. Maybe I missed something. SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS. DO NOT READ IT IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN IT PLEASE. When the couple of Lespert and his mistress decide to frame Duris in order to get rid of the wife, did they know the wife would be killed, or was she already dead? When the mistress was tied up in the apartment by Duris, was the wife already dead, or was she killed after? because if the wife was killed BEFORE the mistress contacted Duris, that means the corpse would have remained a long time in the bedroom; an a corpse remaining so long could not be “misunderstood” by Duris when he discovered it and first thought the woman was just asleep. I guess a corpse smells a lot only after a couple of hours… After all maybe I missed something, but I repeat, the editing is so complex, that you may be lost in the chronology. Anyway, that’s a must see. Far, far from Hollywood line, especially because of the exquisite ending.