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Rated NR · 103 minutes · 2011

Mystery
Easygoing French murder mystery casts a spell, as a Parisian crime novelist (Jean-Paul Rouve) tries to unravel the murder of a platinum blond Marilyn Monroe lookalike (Sophie Quinton, in flashback) in the snowy town of Mouthe, aka “Little Siberia” in the mountains of Jura. The original French title is Poupoupidou, as in Betty Boop, and co-writer-director Gérald Hustache’s determinedly quirky whodunit features more American pop-culture references than previously thought possible. For the record, actress Quinton’s MM impersonation, performed for the advertising of a local cheese company, comes in a poor second to Michelle Williams’. But the snow and the eccentric characters have their charm. Hustache wrote the screenplay with Juliette Sales. (102 min.)
Director: Gerald Hustasche-Mathieu
Cast: Jean-Paul Rouve, Sophie Quinton, Guillaume Gouix, Arsinée Khanjian, Olivier Rabourdin, Clara Ponsot, Eric Ruf, Lyes Salem and Nicolas Robin

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