The Scoundrel's Wife

"When war comes home, everybody is a suspect."
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The Scoundrel's Wife was released in 2002 as a romantic drama movie filmed by Glen Pitre. The film is centered around a widow named Camille, who is raising her two teenage children in a small fishing town in Louisiana during World War two. Her violent, late husband had plenty of run ins with the law. After the death of him the town filled up with gossip about her. Scrutinized for untrue crimes, Camille finds love with a new German physician, who just set up his office in town. German U-boats have been spotted near the town waters, bombing their fishing boats. A coast guard is sent to investigate the crimes and shows interest in Camille. She doesn't trust the coast guard and even sends her daughters away, to only stir up more town gossip.

| 2002 | 1 hr 42 min | 6.0/10 | 55/100
Tatum O'Neal, Julian Sands, Tim Curry, Lacey Chabert
Glen Pitre
Produced By
Jerry Daigle and Peggy Rajski
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