Movie Such a Lovely Town... Étienne Périer (1979)

Un si joli village

Such a Lovely Town… is a French movie directed by Etienne Périer. Follow the tracks of judge Ferand Noblet in his investigation against Stéphane Bertin, through the filming locations.

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    In Favières, a village of which he is only one of many municipal councillors, Stéphane Bertin nonetheless exercises almost absolute power over the entire population. He is the one who runs the only industry in the village, an important tannery that directly or indirectly supports Favières. In his forties, married and childless, Stéphane’s mistress is the young teacher of the village, Muriel, whom he loves passionately. This affair is known to all and no one would blame Stéphane for it, his distant wife having never been able to attract sympathy. But one day, they learn that she has mysteriously disappeared…

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