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Femme Fatale (30-Apr-2002)

Director: Brian De Palma

Writer: Brian De Palma

Music Composed and Performed by: Ryuichi Sakamoto

Producers: Tarak Ben Ammar; Marina Gefter

Keywords: Erotic Thriller, Heist

A former con woman goes to desperate lengths to hide her criminal past in the present day.

ABSTRACT
Laure Ash, a ravishing beauty and masterful manipulator, assumes the identity of missing housewife Lily (who later commits suicide) and attempts to settle into a normal life after a massive jewel heist in Cannes. Seven years on, "Lily", now a respectable woman and wife to the American ambassador to France, goes to terrifying lengths to prevent an invasive Spanish photographer from exposing her former identity.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Antonio Banderas
Actor
10-Aug-1960   Zorro
David Belle
Sports Figure
29-Apr-1973   Founder of Parkour
Sandrine Bonnaire
Actor
31-May-1967   Mademoiselle
Peter Coyote
Actor
10-Oct-1942   Dennis Ryland on The 4400
Gregg Henry
Actor
6-May-1952   The Big Brass Ring
Rebecca Romijn
Model
6-Nov-1972   Swimsuit supermodel

CAST

Antonio Banderas   ...   Nicolas Bardo
Rebecca Romijn   ...   Laure / Lily
Peter Coyote   ...   Watts
Eriq Ebouaney   ...   Black Tie
Thierry Fremont   ...   Serra
Edouard Montoute   ...   Racine
Rie Rasmussen   ...   Veronica
Eva Darlan   ...   Irma
Jean-Marie Frin   ...   Louis
and
Gregg Henry   ...   Shiff
Fiona Curzon   ...   Stanfield Phillips
Daniel Milgram   ...   Pierre -- Bartender
Jean-Marc Mineo   ...   Seated Guard
Jean Chatel   ...   Cannes Commentator
Stephane Petit   ...   Bodyguard One
Olivier Follet   ...   Bodyguard Two
Philippe Guegan   ...   Bespectacled Man
Denis Hecker   ...   TV Moderator
Laurence Breheret   ...   Flight Attendant
Salvatore Ingoglia   ...   Truck Driver
Matthew Geczy   ...   Embassy Guard
Laurence Martin   ...   Nathalie
Jo Prestia   ...   Napoleon
David Belle   ...   French Cop
Françoise Michaud   ...   Woman with Blind Man
Alain Figlarz   ...   Sex Shop Man
Bart De Palma   ...   Power Room Guard
Valerie Maes   ...   The Blond (Restroom, Bridge & Café)
David Cuny   ...   Groom Hotel Sheraton
Eric Fesais   ...   Policeman
Bertrand Merignac   ...   Photographer
Dan Herzberg   ...   Surveillance Room Guard
Sam Olivier   ...   Surveillance Room Guard
Pascal Ondicolberry   ...   Surveillance Room Guard
Gerard Renault   ...   Surveillance Room Guard
Joaquina Belaunde   ...   Woman in Panic
Ugne Andrikonyte   ...   Festival Guest
Faco Hanela   ...   Poster Man
Marie Foulquie   ...   Tourist
Regis Quennesson   ...   Tourist
Matilde Tancredi   ...   Medium on TV Show
Pascale Jacquemot   ...   Medium on TV Show
Lily's Family
Serge Gonnin   ...   Thierry
Aurelie Pauker   ...   Brigitte
Isabelle Auroy   ...   Grandmother
Special Guests Cannes Film Festival
Sandrine Bonnaire   ...   Festival Guest
Regis Wargnier   ...   Festival Guest
Beata Sonczuk-Ben Ammar   ...   Festival Guest
Yves Marmion   ...   Festival Guest
Ada Marmion   ...   Festival Guest
Leonardo De La Fuente   ...   Festival Guest
Stephen Van Nukerk   ...   Festival Guest
Driki Van Zyl   ...   Festival Guest
Pascal Silvestre   ...   Festival Guest
Henri Ernst   ...   Festival Guest
Olivier Albou   ...   Festival Guest
Stephen Van Nietert   ...   Festival Guest
Emilie Chatel   ...   Festival Guest
Dorothee Grosjean   ...   Festival Guest
Chloe Cremont   ...   Festival Guest
Justine Renard   ...   Festival Guest
with the participation of
Gilles Jacob   ...   Participant

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