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Dans l'oeil du chat (2004)

TV-MA | | Thriller | 12 May 2006 (South Korea)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jean-Nicolas Verreault ... Simon
Isabel Richer ... Gégé (Gertrude)
Julie LeBreton ... Pauline
Pierre Lebeau ... M. Drolet
Louisette Dussault ... Fabienne
Frédéric Desager Frédéric Desager ... Patrick
Alain Gendreau Alain Gendreau ... Employé CLSC (voice)
Louise Proulx Louise Proulx ... Messagerie cellulaire Simon / Petite fille (voice)
Michel Fervac-Larose Michel Fervac-Larose ... Homme en colère (voice) (as Michel Fervac)
Jean-Pierre Gonthier Jean-Pierre Gonthier ... Idris (voice)
Rafaelle Leiris Rafaelle Leiris ... Messagerie cellulaire Gégé (voice)
Paul Khanna Paul Khanna ... Abdul Rahman (voice)
Hassan Elhadi Hassan Elhadi ... M. Téfvik (voice)
Ashor Keshwani Ashor Keshwani ... Homme de Calcutta (voice)
Ayusha Bangur Ayusha Bangur ... M.Singh (voice)


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Release Date:

12 May 2006 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

In the Eye of the Cat See more »

Filming Locations:

Montreal, Quebec, Canada See more »


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$79,133, 16 February 2004

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Films Zingaro See more »
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A movie without strenght
12 December 2005 | by gazineo-1See all my reviews

Before all,'Dans l'oeil du chat' does not have an original premise to develop in it's almost one hundred minutes. It's a claustrophobic movie that goes round and round the sudden disappearance of a young woman named Pauline (LeBreton) who left behind her fianceé (Verrault) alone in her apartment trying desperately to find some clue of her whereabouts. Almost all the scenes are punctuated by the eyes of Pauline's cat. The poor animal seems to know something! In this point, we must remember that cats as dramatic background were used since two hundred years ago, especially by Edgar Allan Poe in some of his immortal short stories. No originality, as I said before. The movie goes on and on, with a intricate and weird line of investigation and reaches the end with an absolutely obvious finale. However, Barichelo is not a bad director. He has some sense of timing, he knows how to extract the better of his cast, and these points made the movie just a promise, maybe, to future entries more powerful and well resolved.

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