Moment to Moment (1965)

Moment to Moment
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TitleMoment to Moment
Year1965
CountryUSA
GenreThriller (Movies)
Run Time1h 48 min
Director

Kay Stanton lives on the French Riviera with her psychiatrist husband Neil Stanton and son Tommy. One day while Neil is away, Kay meets American naval ensign Mark, and they begin an affair. Kay realizes that she does love her husband and tries to break off the relationship. While arguing with Mark, Kay accidentally shoots him. With the help of her friend Daphne, she dumps his body into a ravine, then calls the police anonymously to tell them of its location.

Later, Neil gets a request from the police to help an amnesiac victim recovering from a gunshot wound. The man is revealed to be Mark, who manages to regain his memory but does not betray Kay. Neil realizes the truth as well, but is certain that his wife really loves him.

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Moment to Moment
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Cast:

Jean Seberg Jean Seberg
Kay Stanton
Honor Blackman Honor Blackman
Daphne Fields
Arthur Hill Arthur Hill
Neil Stanton
Sean Garrison Sean Garrison
Mark Dominic
Grégoire Aslan Grégoire Aslan
Insp. DeFargo

Kay Stanton lives on the French Riviera with her psychiatrist husband Neil Stanton and son Tommy. One day while Neil is away, Kay meets American naval ensign Mark, and they begin an affair. Kay realizes that she does love her husband and tries to break off the relationship. While arguing with Mark, Kay accidentally shoots him. With the help of her friend Daphne, she dumps his body into a ravine, then calls the police anonymously to tell them of its location.

Later, Neil gets a request from the police to help an amnesiac victim recovering from a gunshot wound. The man is revealed to be Mark, who manages to regain his memory but does not betray Kay. Neil realizes the truth as well, but is certain that his wife really loves him.

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