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Paris, 1698. Fille de bourgeois, insolente, véritable garçon manqué grimpant aux arbres et jurant comme un charretier, Suzon est placée à huit ans au couvent des Ursulines de Saint-Denis.

Dans cette prison, elle se lie d’amitié avec Ederna, jeune aristocrate originaire de Saint-Malo, qui lui raconte mille histoires de corsaires bravant la mer pour la gloire du Royaume.

Rendue à sa famille à dix-sept ans, Suzon, toujours aussi rebelle, tombe éperdument amoureuse d’Antoine Carreau, chevalier de Léré. Mais le jeune homme est tué au cours d’un duel, laissant Suzon inconsolable, à la tête d’une petite fortune.

Elle décide de quitter Paris pour Saint-Malo, afin d’y rejoindre son amie Ederna, mariée et mère de deux enfants, qui l’accueille à bras ouverts.

Pourtant, Suzon rêve d’un autre destin que celui que la nature et la société lui ont prescrit. L’appel du large hante ses jours et ses nuits. Mais une femme peut-elle, même au siècle des Lumières, vivre sa vie librement et assouvir sa soif d’indépendance et d’infini ?

C’est donc travestie en homme qu’elle investit sa fortune pour armer une frégate et sillonner les mers au côté du séduisant capitaine Thomas Raquidel, qui ne sait rien de sa vraie nature.

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You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. 2002 French dark comedy musical film, written and directed by François Ozon. Thomas’s Huit femmes after legal obstacles prevented him from doing so. The film’s premiere was held on 8 January 2002 in Paris, where filming had taken place. 8 Women competed for the Golden Bear at the 52nd Berlin International Film Festival, where its all-female cast was awarded the Silver Bear.

The film is set in the 1950s in a large country residence as a family and its servants are preparing for Christmas. When the master of the house is discovered dead in his bed with a dagger in his back, it is presumed that the murderer must be one of the eight women in the house. Over the course of the investigation, each woman has a tale to tell and secrets to hide. The scene opens with Suzon returning from school for Christmas break, finding her mother Gaby, her younger sister Catherine, and her wheelchair-bound grandmother Mamy in the living room, where most of the action of the film takes place. The maid takes a tray upstairs, finds Marcel’s stabbed body, and screams.

Catherine goes up to see what has happened and locks the door. The others finally go up to Marcel’s room to see him stabbed in the back. Catherine tells the others that they should not disturb the room until the police arrive, so they re-lock the door. It is realized that she has been to the house before, as the dogs did not bark and she knew immediately which room belonged to her brother, making her the eighth potential killer. The women try to start the car, and find that it has been sabotaged, cutting them off from help until the storm subsides and they can hitchhike to town.

The women spend their time trying to identify the murderer amongst them. Suspicion then swings to Madame Chanel, the housekeeper, whose actions the night before seem suspicious. It is revealed that she had been having an affair with Pierrette, who went to see her brother that night to ask for money to pay off her debts. In the meantime we find out that Mamy, Suzon and Catherine’s « old and sick » grandmother, not only can walk but also possesses some valuable stock shares that could have saved Marcel from his bankruptcy.

Out of greed, she lied that her shares had been stolen by someone who knew where she was hiding them. The spotlight moves to Louise, the new maid, who is found out to be Marcel’s mistress. Eventually, Madame Chanel discovers the solution to the mystery, but she is silenced by a gunshot. While not struck by the bullet, she becomes mute out of shock. Catherine takes the lead, revealing that she hid in her father’s closet from where she saw all the other women talk to Marcel the night before. She explains the mystery: Marcel faked his own death, with her help, to see what was really going on in his house. What’s the Point of Living Free?

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