Anna Joyce Claude and Lucia are all students under the tutelage of Constance Dumas a renowned film instructor. Lucia movies in with the other girls in a small house outside of Paris. Soon after Lucia is attacked on the street outside her home and saved by a mysterious stranger. Then she discovers that the stranger is involved with all the girls and is hiding a dark secret inside the house.
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Jacques Rivette's elusive, disquieting drama that many considered to herald his second wind as one of the great French filmmakers. The plot concerns a number of drama students who encounter the same mysterious man, who tells them each a different story about a friend in danger. The inherent theatricality of the drama students plays into the film's aura of unresolved menace, where conspiracy is so pervasive that it is essentially invisible. The film intentionally creates an air of mystery and paranoia designed to leave the viewer unsettled and grasping for explanations.
Director Jacques Rivette may be lesser known to mainstream audiences than his contemporaries Truffaut and Godard, but in the world of film, he is just as influential. His 1988 film, GANG OF FOUR, which won the Berlin International Film Festival that year, fuses elements of drama and mystery. Four film students--studying under the tutelage of renowned film critic, Constance Dumas--move into a small house together. When one of them is brutally attacked and then rescued by a mystery person, she comes to realise that this stranger has some secret involvement with her three increasingly menacing housemates.