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Austin almost 4 years ago
Not one of Polanski's best, but a very solid and unsettling paranoia thriller.
Ezequiel Castellanos almost 5 years ago
creepy movie...one of my favorite
Davide MrBlonde 4 months ago
Kurtis Azoth almost 3 years ago
Hanna Pietryka over 3 years ago
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Tom o'brien 5 years ago
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Masha Marsheva over 8 years ago
The Tenant (French: Le Locataire) is a 1976 psychological thriller/horror film directed by and starring Roman Polanski based upon the 1964 novel Le locataire chimérique by Roland Topor. It is also known under the French title Le Locataire. It co-stars actress Isabelle Adjani. It is the last film in Polanski's "Apartment Trilogy", following Repulsion and Rosemary's Baby. It was entered into the 1976 Cannes Film Festival. The film had a total of 534,637 admissions in France. Trelkovsky (Roman Polanski), a quiet and unassuming man, rents an apartment in Paris whose previous tenant, Egyptologist Simone Choule, attempted to commit suicide by throwing herself out the window and through a pane of glass below. He visits Choule in the hospital but finds her entirely in bandages and unable to talk. Whilst still at Choule's bedside, Trelkovsky meets Simone's friend, Stella (Isabelle Adjani), who has also come to visit. Stella begins talking to Simone, who becomes aware of her visitors....
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