TB6904R La Femme écarlate / The Scarlet Lady ( Jean Valère)

Summary of the film:  1969 Italy-France film. Director Jean Valère, strring Monica Vitti, Maurice Ronet, Robert Hossein, length 90 minutes. A beautiful Italian businesswoman, Lucille Lombardi (Monica Vitti), discovers that her boyfriend and marketing director, Julien Auchard (Robert Hossein), has bankrupted her family business, cheated her out of her wealth, and left her penniless. Shocked by the betrayal, the loss of her villa in Nice, and feeling that all is lost, Lucille decides to sell her jewelry and binge on champagne and caviar before committing suicide. Her binge renders her intoxicated and leaves her daydreaming about revenge. At first she plans to leave Francois a note blaming him for her death, but realizing it would have little affect on him, she decides that revenge is the only course—that she must kill Julien before ending her own life.......


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Michel Colombier (1939-2004)

was born on May 23, 1939 in Lyon, France. He is known for his work on The Golden Child (1986), Man on Fire (2004) and The Money Pit (1986). He was married to Dana Colombier. He died on November 14, 2004 in Santa Monica, California, USA.
Smmary of the music: The film was composed by Michel Colombier. According to CHIMAI's info, the original composer is Ennio morricone, but "apparently rejected". However there is no more explanation in CHIMAI. We don't know if Morricone has composed for the film, or although he has been employed but not start to works?  We only see all albums for the film show the OST is Michel Colombier's work


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