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Harlan Coben’s novel “Tell No One” attracted French director Guilllome Canet with its love story, tightly wrapped into a thriller. Francois Cluzet (as pediatrician Alexander Beck) and Marie-Josee Croze (as his wife Margot) are a couple of childhood sweethearts whose life is brutally interrupted by Margot’s disappearance in the dark woods near a deserted lake... Years after, she appears alive and well, asking her husband for help from a computer screen. Thus starts a cinematic race against the clock along with a protagonist, who is also a suspect in his wife’s murder. More plot twists, more murders, and more dead bodies follow, saturating the screen with a strong mystery brew. More American than French in terms of action, structure, and the outcome, the movie nevertheless won the Lumiere (French Golden Globe) for best picture. It was nominated for nine Cesars (French Oscar) and won four, including best actor, best director and best music. “Tell No One” opens on Friday at the Embarcadero and Kabuki in SF, Rafael Film Center in San Rafael, Aquarius in Palo Alto, Shattuck in Berkeley, and Camera Cinemas in San Jose. For more information, visit


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