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Blood Relatives

Blood Relatives ★ Les Liens de Sang 1977

Langlois admits she saw her brother kill her cousin, with whom he had been carrying on an incestuous relationship. But the discovery of the dead girl's diary by police inspector Sutherland reveals many more layers of intrigue than were initially evident. Based on a novel by Ed McBain. The French actors have been dubbed into English. 94m/C VHS . CA Lisa Langlois, Donald Sutherland, Stephane Audran, David Hemmings, Donald Pleasence, Laurent Mal-et, Micheline Lanctot, Aude Landry; D: Claude Chabrol; W: Claude Chabrol.

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