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Diabolique

(1996)

Rated R for violence/terror, sexuality and language.

R 107min.
 
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Henri-Georges Clouzot's classic French thriller gets a Hollywood makeover in this glossy remake. Guy Baran (Chazz Palminteri) is the dull, loutish headmaster of a private school that has seen better days. Read More
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