The Accuser (film)
|The Accuser aka L'Imprécateur|
|Directed by||Jean-Louis Bertucelli|
|Produced by||Yves Gasser
|Written by||Stephen Becker
René-Victor Pilhes (novel)
|Music by||Richard Rodney Bennett|
|Edited by||Catherine Bernard
|Running time||102 minutes|
The Accuser aka L'Imprécateur is a 1977 French film directed by Jean-Louis Bertucelli. After an executive is killed in a mysterious car accident, the French offices of his multinational company based in Paris is inundated with mysteriously threatening be-ribboned anti-capitalist tracts, delivered overnight to everyone's desks. When Americans from the head office get wind of these developments, they institute a search for the perpetrator which leads to mysterious subterranean passages under the company's skyscraper.     
- Jean Yanne as Director of Human Resources
- Michel Piccoli as Saint-Ramé
- Jean-Pierre Marielle as Roustev
- Marlène Jobert as Madam Arangrude
- Jean-Claude Brialy as Le Rantec
- Michael Lonsdale as Abéraud
- Robert Webber as The American Executive
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