Sincerely Charlotte (1986) - Rotten Tomatoes

Sincerely Charlotte (1986)





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In a most unusual, near menage a trois, Charlotte (Isabelle Huppert, sister of director Caroline Huppert) is a terrified young singer who is forced to hide out at the home of her ex-boyfriend -- her current male companion has been murdered in his apartment, and she fears the worst. The trouble is that Mathieu (Niels Arestrup), her ex, is happily living with his new love Christine (Christine Pascal), and Charlotte's presence totally unnerves him and upsets Christine. Yet he agrees to hide her above their garage. That arrangement does not last long, and Charlotte shortly disappears on them, only to call Mathieu for help a few days later. He zooms off to her rescue, but even Christine, intensely hurt by Mathieu's behavior with Charlotte, agrees to help the duo cross over into Spain. Before that plan can be put in place, Charlotte is gone again -- leaving Christine and Mathieu to patch up the wounds in their relationship, which faces an uncertain future.


Philippe Delevingne
as Mathieu's friend
Laurence Mercier
as Christine's mother
Berangere Gros
as Marie-Cecile
Michel Fortin
as Inspector
Tina Lara
as Nurse
Josine Comellas
as Jacquelina
Caroline Faro
as Irene the Baby Sitter
Claude Menard
as Girl on Train
Laurence Masliah
as American Woman
Francois Borysse
as Man in Restaurant
Herman Braun
as Charlotte's Husband
François Berléand
as Suspicious Employee
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