Tell No One- the French movie based on the Harlen Coben book

(courtesy of Birdbath) Enjoy this month in France!

Tell No One (2006).jpgTell No One, 2006

Tell No One was my first Harlen Coben book and after I devoured it I went out and read everything he’d written.  As much as I love some of his others, this still remains my favorite and I recommend it often.  I was thrilled to learn that it had been made into a movie, even willing to embrace the fact that it would be a French movie with subtitles.  Subtitles and I have a rocky relationship.  I saw it at the theater when it came out and watched it again this week with my mom.  I liked it better the second time because I followed all the characters a little better.

How does a New York story transfer to Paris?  Very well.  It is different, but the idea is the same.  A doctor is contacted by his dead wife eight years after her murder, only the police and paid killers are after him too.  I thought this fast paced movie was great.  For all Harlan Coben fans, he has a cameo, pay attention or you’ll miss it.

France 052This has nothing to do with the movie but I loved this window we found in Bordeaux country.

15 thoughts on “Tell No One- the French movie based on the Harlen Coben book

  1. Gage's grandma says:

    I enjoyed watching the movie with you. It was action packed. Harlan is my favorite author. Thanks for introducing me:)

  2. hmsgofita says:

    Awesome! I love subtitles for some reason. Makes the film more of an experience for me. I’ll have to check out both book and movie. Beautiful window shot, by the way!

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