Tout doit disparaître

Tout doit disparaître
Directed by Philippe Muyl
Produced by Christian Fechner
Hervé Truffaut
Written by Philippe Muyl
Philippe Le Dem
Starring Didier Bourdon
Yolande Moreau
Élie Semoun
Ophélie Winter
José Garcia
Music by Zazie
Pierre Jaconelli
Christophe Voisin
Cinematography Luc Drion
Edited by Françoise Garnault
TF1 Films Production
Les Films Christian Fechner
Distributed by UGC Fox Distribution
Release dates
  • 22 January 1997 (1997-01-22)
Running time
100 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $5.4 million
Box office $6.9 million[1]

Tout doit disparaître or Everything must disappear is a 1997 French comedy film directed by Philippe Muyl.


Robert Millard has based his industrial kingdom - based on all the noise technologies - thanks to his marriage with the wealthy and cantankerous Irene, he blithely cheat for years. However, his last link with his pretty secretary, Eve, is the straw that broke the camel : Irene has indeed hired a detective-photographer, aptly named M.Colle order to have a maximum of incriminating shots. Threatened to divorce and thus to total ruin by his wife, the unfaithful husband should give up and dismiss Eve.

Decided not to let themselves dictated by his wife and too cowardly to leave his fortune, CEO at random for an air trip, he meets Gérard Piche, novelist police station, specializing in the perfect crime. Millard then contracts with the naive writer so that he write his new novel, a new murder without evidence overwhelming, one last perfect crime ... Robert has followed carefully to remove the cumbersome Irene. But nothing will really unfold as planned ... all under the objective of tenacious M.Colle.



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