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Merci Docteur Rey

Rating:R (for language including sexual referencess, and some drug use)
Genre:Drama, Comedy
Release Date:August 13, 2004
Running time:96 minutes
Cast:Dianne Wiest, Jane Birkin, Stanislas Merhar, Jerry Hall, Simon Callow
Director:Andrew Litvack
Producer:Ismail Merchant, James Ivory, Rahila Bootwala, Nathalie Gastaldo
Writer:Andrew Litvack
Distributor:Regent Releasing

Description: Thomas Beaumont is recruited into an illicit love triangle to watch a much older man's sexual liaison, but ends up witnessing what turns out to be his murder. The next day Thomas' opera diva mother informs him that his long lost father has been in Paris--until the previous night when he was murdered. Realizing it was the murder he witnessed, Thomas is now thrust into a maelstrom of off-the-wall encounters and mistaken identities, including an eccentric actress who has come totally unhinged by the death of her psychiatrist, the infamous Docteur Rey.

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