Tell No One
Directed by Guillaume Canet
In this twist-filled French thriller, Alexandre, a doctor, is haunted by the murder of his wife many years earlier. On the anniversary of Margot’s death, new evidence causes police to think he might have killed her. That same day, Alex receives a mysterious email that seems to prove Margot is still alive. But since the email insists he “tell no one”, unraveling this mega-mystery gets much tougher. Based on the popular book by Harlan Coben, the “pure, nasty fun” (New York Times) of TELL NO ONE should please fans of Hitchcock, David Lynch and Claude Chabrol.
8 years after a doctor’s wife was murdered, a mysterious email convinces him she’s alive.
Cast: Francois Cluzet, Marie-Josee Croze, André Dussollier
very well done
Interesting thriller, the only negative is it's too-long runtime (and it's subtitled so you're reading the entire time).
An excellent mystery thriller. Good performances, intriguing script, fine-quality production details. As others have advised, not a horror film, by most standards.
Excellent. Paced just right.