Rent Tell No One (2006)

3.7 of 5 from 1492 ratings
2h 6min
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Synopsis:
Relentless edge-of-your-seat suspense, jaw-dropping, high-octane action and a powerful love story combine in what has been hailed by many critics as the best film of the year. Tell No One follows one man's frantic race against time when his tragic past is suddenly and unexpectedly unearthed. Dr. Alex Beck is left unconscious after his wife, and childhood sweetheart, Margot is brutally murdered. 8 years on and still unaware of the truth, Alex receives an anonymous e-mail. Clicking on the link he sees a woman's face in a crowd - Margot's face...
But before this can sink in, Alex is thrown headlong into a deadly chase - running from both the Police and a team of killers who will stop at nothing to keep the truth hidden.
Actors:
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Directors:
Writers:
Guillaume Canet, Harlan Coben
Aka:
Ne Le Dis A Personne
Studio:
Revolver
Genres:
Drama, Thrillers
Countries:
France, Top 100 Films, Drama, Thrillers
BBFC:
Release Date:
15/10/2007
Run Time:
126 minutes
Languages:
French
Subtitles:
English
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
Colour:
Colour
Bonus:
  • Making Of Feature
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Out-takes
  • Last Shots Of The Actors
  • Guillaume Canet Interview
  • Kristin Scott Thomas Interview
  • Trailer
  • 'I Can't Sleep' - Short Film By Guillaume Canet
  • Hidden Extras
Disc 1:
This disc includes the main feature
Disc 2:
This disc includes the bonus features
BBFC:
Release Date:
08/06/2009
Run Time:
126 minutes
Languages:
French
Subtitles:
English
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
Colour:
Colour
Bonus:
  • Making Of Feature
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Out-takes
  • Last Shots Of The Actors
  • Guillaume Canet Interview
  • Kristin Scott Thomas Interview
  • Trailer
  • 'I Can't Sleep' - Short Film By Guillaume Canet
  • Easter Egg

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Reviews (23) of Tell No One

C'est magnifique!! - Tell No One review by Kurtz

Spoiler Alert
03/04/2008

When it comes to films, the French can sometimes be accused of putting the "f" in "art", but they also have a yen for the hard-boiled crime thriller, and this one, based on a Harlan Corben story, delivers in spades. You get good cops, bad cops, shady underworld allies, "Argh!You've got the wrong man!" moments, a couple of messy murders, jaywalking as an art form and a gruelling chase scene that wears you out just watching.And, as it's set in France, you get plenty of enthusiastic smoking, so if you are one of these Brits who have to brave the elements for your fag break, this film will fill you with nostalgia! It's brilliant-but is it art? Who cares? Vive les policiers!

15 out of 18 members found this review helpful.

Tell Everyone! - Tell No One review by LH

Spoiler Alert
12/08/2008

This film is based on the first Harlen Coben book that I ever read. After reading the book, I immediately got my grubby mitts on all the other Coben books and have not loved all of them.

I was really looking forward to the film, though I was a little concerned when I realised it had subtitles (I was afraid it would distract from the action). Did I like it? I enjoyed every second of it and whilst some would argue that film adaptations are never as good as the book, I don't think it's actually relevant is it? You read a book, you watch a film. Completely different!

My husband hasn't read the book and thought this film was "really good" too. I'd definitely recommend it.

8 out of 10 members found this review helpful.

Outstanding Thriller - Tell No One review by Jawbreaker

Spoiler Alert
04/05/2009

This outstanding French thriller is one of the best I’ve seen in recent years and keeps you fully engaged until the end. It’s a really subtle experience that gets under your skin simply by exploiting the premise to the maximum potential. There’s no need for blood or huge action stunts and this maintains its sense of realism. You can really identify with Alex Beck’s roller coaster of emotions, as his wife is murdered and he is badly injured. Eight years later and he is only just coming to terms with the huge black hole in his life, despite support from a close-knit circle of friends, and then he receives the most unexpected of emails. This starts a chain reaction of events, which leads him and the police to question everything. Tell No One is thoroughly recommended; see this before Hollywood ruins it.

6 out of 9 members found this review helpful.

Critic review

Tell No One (aka Ne Le Dis A Personne) review by Alyse Garner - Cinema Paradiso

Tell No One is a French language film based on the American novel by Harlan Coben that tells the story of a hospital paediatrician Alex, whose is knocked unconscious and thrown into a coma when he interrupts what appears to be the murder of his wife and childhood sweetheart, Margot.

Almost ten years after Margot’s case is closed new evidence surfaces that implicates Alex, meanwhile he has been receiving emails from someone with information only Margot could possibly know; Alex flees the police and must remain undetected whilst he solves this complex and intriguing case.

Such a brief synopsis does not do justice to the depth and intricacies of Tell No One, it is a tightly wound story, directed with a strength and assurance that knowingly points you in the wrong direction whilst quietly guiding you toward a resolution. Tell No One is a very intelligent mystery thriller, brilliantly cast with a wealth of (what at first can seem like too many) characters.

To ensure the complex storyline, numerous red herrings and multitude of characters does not prevent you from enjoying what is in fact a wonderful, tense and hugely satisfying thriller, you must be prepared to work. This is not a simple movie to follow or untangle and even the briefest moments of distraction are likely to make you loose the plot completely. If you are willing to meet the movie half way however you will surely be rewarded.

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