Postwar Paris 1953. Although not yet fully recovered from
privations suffered under the Vichy government and the German
Occupation, intellectual life in Paris is flourishing. Cafes are
abuzz with philosophers and artists and students. The American
dollar goes a long way here and Americans abound. (As do "U.S. Go
Home" scrawlings on walls.) One carefree group of American students
living in a French pension (their landlady is an antisemitic old
Frenchwoman) are ensnared in a murder investigation in this cozy
(yet deadly) comedy of manners. A mysterious young woman newly
arrived in their building is found murdered in her attic room. The
Paris Police Judiciare investigate, assisted by a handsome young
interpreter, a veteran of the French war in Indochina. His affair
with one of the American girls reveals clues which enable him to
solve a crime reaching back to the dark days of World War II.
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