"Don't you have another name? Or were your parents stingy?"
The obvious MVP here is Peter Falk, but the restrained, capable danger of David Stewart's Lepke was a real surprise.
"I can always tell when you're lying."
A really interesting take on marital fidelity, female empowerment and gender roles ruined by stereotypical chauvinism and some truly laissez-fare moments of domestic violence. Bardot is charming enough, but it's really hard to see why Henri Vidal is worth getting bent out of shape for.