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Finally, Sunday!: (Vivement Dimanche!) [DVD] 
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Francois Truffaut's final film is comedy thriller with a Hitchcockian theme. Shot in the style of a classic American thriller - in crisp black and white - a company boss is accused of murdering his wife and her lover, and the evidence seems to support this. Whilst he is hiding from the police, his secretary takes on the role of detective and she uncovers illicit love affairs, prostitution rings and skeletons in everyone's closets before she uncovers the real culprit.
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The film was based on the novel "The Long Saturday Night" by Charles Williams. Towards the end of the film, Barbara (Fanny Ardant) asks Julian Vercel (Trintignant) to take her away with him. He says that he needs another 24 hours. She says; "J'ai hâte d'étre à dimanche" (I can't wait for Sunday).
Vivement in French means "in a lively manner". The film title "Vivement Dimanche!" would usually be translated as "Roll On Sunday", but that might be taken to mean a roll (in the hay) on Sunday. Hence, I would guess, the change.
The latter film had experienced a problem with colour, requested by producers and notably co-producing television stations. Truffaut, after the success of his recent Le dernier Métro (1980), managed to put his foot down this time. Also, the casting of Jeanne Moreau, by general agreement did not fit the bill (otherwise, she remains a top actrice); with Vivement dimanche!, Fanny Ardent, who was also Truffaut's wife, did fit the bill perfectly, and so did Jean-Louis Trintignant as her employer.
The film was shot at the most southerly city of Provence, Hyères, which is actually never mentioned by name. It still catches the old Hyères, before its city centre modernisation and the destruction of the old movie theatre. Like Agnès Varda's Cléo de 5 à 7 (1962) - in this case with Paris - Truffaut's film becomes a documentary about its shooting location. In the film, the city is meant to be on the Côte d'Azur, but it is always referred to as "la ville" rather than by any (other) name.
Trintignant, in the story, is one by one accused of three murders, none of which he committed.Read more ›
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A good evening's entertainment.
A bit dated and low budget but holds the audience to the end with s well constructed story line
An amusing and fascinating crime drama. Very watchable especially because of the inclusion of the delightful Fanny Ardant.