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Rated NR · 100 minutes · 1966

After a series of buildings catch fire, the residents of a small country town are quick to accuse Italian lumberjack Manou (Ettore Manni), who's already guilty of seducing most of the town's women. No one suspects the real culprit, seemingly frigid schoolmarm Mademoiselle (Jeanne Moreau), who, beneath her quiet exterior, hides a torrential sadism. She continues to commit countless random and anonymous crimes, all in a misguided attempt to draw Manou's attention to herself.
Director: Tony Richardson
Producer: Oscar Lewenstein
Cast: Jeanne Moreau, Ettore Manni, Keith Skinner, Jane Berretta, Mony Rey, Umberto Orsini, Georges Douking, Rosine Luguet, Gabriel Gobin, Pierre Collet, Jean Gras, Georges Aubert, Antoine Marin, Gerard Darrieu, Charles Lavialle, Robert Larcebeau, Rene Hell, Jacques Chevalier, Claire Ifrane, Denise Peronne, Annie Savarin, Valerie Girodias, Laure Paillette, Catherine Parquier, Jacques Monod and Paul Barge

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