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PAS DEVANT LES DOMESTIQUES (Not in front of the servants!) was something that the English upper class families used to say at the dinner table, when personal matters needed to be discussed. It was presumed that the servants - the butler, the valet, the maids, all 'lower class' people - would automatically be excluded from the conversation. An homage to Agatha Christie, this witty comedy-thriller plays with several archetypes of the classic whodunnit genre. The dialogue of the film is in ten different languages.Written by
Mart Sander has made a small career out of some very striking short-films and this macabre black-comedy-thriller hits all the right tonal notes which adds up to something special. The performances are all extremely well-calibrated and in perfect harmony with the twisted narrative material. Sander also has a strong eye for directorial composition - this has been evident all throughout his work as a filmmaker. Efforts like this will vary in terms of the audience's level of enjoyment based on what they find to be "funny" - for this viewer - the film nails its mark.
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