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Léa Pool

La Demoiselle sauvage (The Savage Woman)

Edition 1992
105' - 1991 - Drama - Dialogue: French
Director: Léa Pool Composer: Jean Corriveau With: Patricia Tulasne, Matthias Habich, Roger Jendly
A young woman escapes death at the last minute and runs from the city to the mountains to hide. After wandering in the wilds for many days, she falls exhausted near a dam. One of the
dam's engineers finds her and takes care of her. Little by little, he succeeds in domesticating this wild woman and he discovers her terrible secret. She's wanted by the police. In spite of
everything, will he become an accomplice to murder? Will love be stronger than fear? The police search intensifies. The authorities are gelling closer and closer.

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Credits

Director

Léa Pool

Composer

Jean Corriveau

With

Patricia Tulasne, Matthias Habich, Roger Jendly

Scenario

Laurent Gagliardi, Michel Langlois

Director of Photography

Georges Dufaux

Editor

Alain Belhumeur

Producer

Denise Robert

More information

Dialogue

French

Countries of production

Canada, Switzerland

Screenplay based on

S. Corinna Bille

Year

1991

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