This film was last shown on 1 March 2012
Unable to build bridges with his wife and daughter, disgraced academic Tom Ricks starts a new life in Paris, hoping to find a bohemian idyll to reinvigorate him. There he gets a job as a night watchman and falls for the seductive charms of Margit who inspires and intrigues him. But Tom’s new life takes a dark turn and quickly begins to unravel in this mysterious thriller adapted from Douglas Kennedy’s novel.
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