Arnon Grunberg



“Tell no one” (Ne le dis à personne) got a good enough review in the Times so I decided to see the movie tonight.
In the line for ticket holders a couple was discussing a good review in the New Yorker and a bad one in New York magazine.
I enjoyed the movie tremendously. In some ways it borrows from “The Third Man” but even if you notice this there is something extremely appealing about it.
For an American audience the movie was maybe a bit too neat. The monologue at the end caused some laughter in the theatre, which was clearly not intended by the director.
"Tell no one" informs the audience that if you want the other person to stay interested he or she needs a reason to doubt your story.
Trust kills coupledom.