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Place Vendome (1998)
Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Jean-Pierre Bacri, Jacques Dutronc, Emmanuelle Seigner
Director: Nicole Garcia
Category: Suspense
Studio: Wellspring
117 mins



A second chance only comes around once.

Catherine Deneuve delivers an award-winning performance as Marianne, the alcoholic wife of a famous diamond jeweler. When he suddenly commits suicide, she learns that the business is in shambles and she is drawn back into the world of dealing jewels. Forced into selling a cache of stolen gems that her husband hid in their home, Marianne finds herself confronted by plenty of would-be suitors for the diamonds including lovers; both old and new, mistresses, the Russian mafia, and the De Beers diamond cartel. As the relationships between them unravel, Marianne must pick up the pieces of her broken life and recover from her past mistakes.


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