The movie The Night of the Hunted (1980), directed by Jean Rollin, is a French horror film that follows a woman who is taken to a mysterious clinic where the patients suffer from a mental disorder causing their memories and identities to disintegrate. The woman, plagued by amnesia, struggles to uncover the truth about her past and the sinister secrets of the clinic. As she navigates through a world of confusion and paranoia, she encounters other patients who are also trapped in a nightmarish existence.
The movie The Night of the Hunted (1980) explores themes of identity, memory, and the fragility of the human mind. It delves into the psychological torment of the characters as they grapple with their fading sense of self and the haunting presence of the unknown.
- Brigitte Lahaie as Elysabeth
- Alain Duclos as Walter
- Pierre-Marie Escourrou as Michel
- Dominique Journet as Catherine
- Natalie Perrey as The Doctor
- The Night of the Hunted (1980) is a French horror film directed by Jean Rollin.
- The film explores themes of memory loss and identity disintegration.
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