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by Régis Wargnier


Paris, the year 2000. Commissioner Adamsberg is intrugued by the four inverse images, painted on the doors inside different apartment blocks in the capital. On square Edgar Quinet, Joss Le Guern gets ready to do his morning cry. For several days, an anonymous client has been sending him mysterious, even incomprehensible messages. Written in 17-century French or even in Latin, these continuous messages send a chill down his spine. What do the obscure messages mean? Should they be taken seriously or are they simply the work of an amateur? Or both?

international title: Have Mercy on Us All
original title: Pars vite et reviens tard
country: France
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Régis Wargnier
release date: BE 24/01/2007, FR 24/01/2007
screenplay: Ariane Fert
cast: José Garcia, Marie Gillain, Lucas Belvaux, Olivier Gourmet, Michel Serrault, Linh-Dan Pham, Nicolas Cazalé
music: Patrick Doyle
producer: Cyril Colbeau-Justin, Jean-Baptiste Dupont
production: LGM Cinéma, Gaumont
backing: TF1 Films Production
distributor: Gaumont/Columbia TriStar Films
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