The lovers of a young chemist all die when they make love with her. Does the blue stone that lights up from the inside and that her mentor offered her have something to do with it? With her ex-husband, the worried chemist is investigating.

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Laurent Heynemann

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Laurent Heynemann (adaptation), Theodore Sturgeon (short story "Le prix de la synergie"/"the wages of synergy")
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Stefania Casini ... Prue
Brigitte Catillon Brigitte Catillon ... Martine
Christian Charmetant ... Le ministre
Patrick Chesnais ... Kill
Jean-Jacques Grand-Jouan Jean-Jacques Grand-Jouan ... Le professeur Pretorio
Daniel Laloux Daniel Laloux ... Egg
Francis Lemaire Francis Lemaire ... Le professeur Prétorio
Jean-Paul Muel Jean-Paul Muel ... Hartog
Denis Pochard Denis Pochard ... Le Nez
Hubert Saint-Macary Hubert Saint-Macary ... Karl
Odile Schmitt Odile Schmitt ... Yvette
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The lovers of a young chemist all die when they make love with her. Does the blue stone that lights up from the inside and that her mentor offered her have something to do with it? With her ex-husband, the worried chemist is investigating.

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Flat, tedious and uninteresting. Just rare.
13 January 2016 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

Adapted from a novel I don't know and directed by Laurent Heyneman, a French film maker for the big screen, this story shows us Patrick Chesnais in one of his earliest performances. He plays here a scientist, married to a beautiful woman - nearly divorced, much estranged to each other - with whom every lover dies mysteriously. Let's be honest, I was dead bored but I finally made it. A sort of romance, mixed with drama, badly acted, uninspired, lousy at the most. I really can't find anything positive to say about this. I am not surprised that this French mystery and science fiction show did not last longer than six episodes. The only thing you wish to do is pushing the fast forward button to end this torture the fastest possible. Laurent Heyneman made much better for the big screen.


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29 September 1982 (France) See more »

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