Tell No One Synopsis
A widower (François Cluzet) goes on the run after receiving a strange e-mail.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Tell No One's plot thickens in about five ways at once, but they're all connected. The issue of how is a riddle that does more than tease...
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
Spicing up the entire package is a screenplay by Canet and Philippe Lefebvre that bristles with wit and energy.
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Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
Thrillers aren't always so thrilling, but Tell No One is -- and absorbing, sometimes perplexing and often stirring as well.
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Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
The movie brims over with action -- check out Alex's run through traffic on the Paris beltway -- but Canet scores a triumph by plumbing the...
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
A terrific mystery, equal parts haunting love story and nimble thriller.
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Even when it's baffling, it's never boring. I've heard of airtight plots. This one is not merely airtight, but hermetically sealed.
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Charlotte Observer

By Lawrence Toppman
The result is one of the twistiest thrillers in recent memory.
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Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
Enough talk; enough flashbacks. Sometimes the best thing a mystery can do is give its protagonist a reason to run like hell.
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San Francisco Chronicle

It just does everything really well: perfect pacing, lovely camera work, spot-on acting and an ingenious plot.
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
Once the final character has put the last puzzle piece in place, courtesy of an epic explanation, a kind of relief sets in: Someone just...
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Excellent-but be alert!

By jojackie
My 7-Eleven Big Gulp of Diet Coke at my side (my favorite theater looks the other way when you bring in outside drinks), I was equipped to follow the numerous twists and turns this plot involved....or...

Tell everyone it's a superb movie

By alaskamom32
Thank goodness for a movie not aimed at 13-20 year-old males! As the theater filled up with over-40 intelligent looking couples, we could only hope that just maybe, a good movie experience was about...

Hollywood take notes

By Leticaty
I really don't care for sub-title movies but my wife wanted to see this movie, so as a favor to her we went to see It. The film was excellent, I enjoyed it and for once my wife recieved a kiss and...

Tell No One - this is a MUST see film!!!

By schill38
This is a fabulously suspensefull movie which actually makes total sense. It is filled with plort twists which all come together in the final 15 minutes. Forget about the subtitles, after two...

Good Movie

By lilisee
honestly, i wasn't quite sure what this movie about and went without any expectations. i have been a fan of french movies and have liked 95% that have come out... this was no exception. i really...

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By vlbees
My brother went to see this film after reading the book and recommended it. I thought the movie was excellent and I got used to the subtitles fairly quickly going into the movie. The plot was...

Terrific movie!

By DCMorrison
I won't give any details of it to keep from giving away the story, but boy this was a terrific movie....

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By cinephile47
Complex and dense, but keeps your attention. Not a lot of clues to go on, so it doesn't provide the mental engagement or sense of participation in the solving of the mystery that Americans are used...

Tell No One is great

By suemarie
If you like Hitchcock you will love this movie. It has suspense, mystery, and a believable story. A woman is murdered and eight years later her husband is on the run. I was on the edge of my seat in...

Tell No One is Great!

By fudwiz1954
I haven't seen a French suspense film with all" the goods" since Diva won the Cesar award in the 80's. By "the goods", I mean- Romance, sex, love, suspense, mystery, murder, mayhem, subterfuge and...

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Rated NR