Tell No One (FR:Ne le dis a personne, 2006)
Highly recommended movie. Adapted from an American novel of the same name, Tell no one is a highly acclaimed French romantic thriller with outstanding character depths, the kind you will not often find in mainstream US movies. Dr. Alex Beck’s soulmate and wife, Margot, was murdered 8 years ago and he was always the main suspect in the case. Suddenly, bodies are discovered near the location where she was found and the case is reopened. Beck also receives a strange email that only his defunct wife could have sent. When he suddenly finds out that he is being framed for the murder of a friend, he runs away and attempts to find out whether his wife is still alive. Brilliant acting across the board but obviously Francois Cluzet carried the movie. I haven’t read the book but the background was transposed into France and it worked seamlessly. Mixing suspense, thrill chases, crime, humor, and a love story, Tell No One is a deep, rich and well-crafted movie and a melancolic love story at heart that it will keep you at the edge of your seat.