La Cérémonie (A Judgement in Stone) (1995)
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as Catherine Lelievre
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Critic Reviews for La Cérémonie (A Judgement in Stone)
As the movers and shakers of this peculiar saga, Bonnaire and Huppert are unnerving and fascinating to watch together.
Elegant, brisk and lethal in its assault on the obliviousness of the haute bourgeoise.
Dire, tense, unpredictable, and, ultimately, satisfying.
Besides the unconvincing shift of psychic gears, the picture has no theme, no resonance, no point.
A tight, beautifully contained thriller that plunges four wonderful actors ... into dangerous territory.
Audience Reviews for La Cérémonie (A Judgement in Stone)
After only my first Claude Chabrol film I can see why he is sometimes known as the French Alfred Hitchcock. La Cérémonie is based on the Ruth Rendell book "A Judgement in Stone", I'm not going to reveal too much about the plot because this is one of those films which really does benefit from knowing as little as possible. Instead just watch two of the great French actresses of recent times as the story builds with tension to the chilling finale.
Another great French thriller with one of my favourite actresses: Isabelle Huppert.
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