Cast: Antonia Banderas (Nicolas Bardo), Sandrine Bonnaire, Peter Coyote (Bruce Hewitt Watts), Eriq Ebouaney (Black Tie), Thierry Frémont (Serra), Gregg Henry (Shiff), Gilles Jacob, Edouard Montoute (Racine), Jean Reno, Rebecca Romijn (Laure), Regis Wargnier.
Associate Producer: Chris Soldo
Costumes: Olivier Beriot
Director: Brian Da Palma
D.O.P.: Thierry Arbogast
Editor: Bill Pankow
Executive Producer: Mark Lombardo
Producers: Tarak Ben Ammar, Marina Gefter
Prod. Designer: Anne Pritchard
Writing: Brian Da Palma
Award: Most Annoying Fake Accent - Female [24th Annual Razzie Awards]
Release Date: November 8, 2002
Studio: Warner Bros
Pictures: Femme Fatale Gallery
In the film, Laure Ash (Rebecca Romijn) participates in a diamond heist in Cannes, double-crosses her accomplices and escapes to Paris, where she stumbles across her own doppelgänger (also portrayed by Romijn) who commits suicide, leaving Laure the opportunity to take her identity and leave the country. Seven years later, Laure (now called Lily Watts) re-surfaces in Paris as the wife of the new American ambassador to France (Peter Coyote). At this point Spanish photographer Nicolas Bardo (Antonio Banderas) takes her picture, prompting Laure to manipulate Bardo in order to conceal her former identity and evade her ex-accomplices who are still after the stolen diamonds. A twist near the end accentuates the artificial nature of the story and brings many familiar motifs of De Palma's into play.
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