Tell No One Blu-ray review

TellNoOneSquareA message purporting to be from Dr Alex Beck’s wife, who’s been missing for eight years, sets in motion a heart-pounding chain of events in Guillaume Canet’s assured adaptation of Harlan Coben’s bestseller. It’s arguably the best French thriller since Wages of Fear, and every bead of sweat is vividly captured in an equally impressive HD transfer.

EXTRAS: There’s a plethora of quality bonus material not found on the standard-def edition – a quirky hour-long ‘making of’ documentary, half an hour’s worth of deleted/extended scenes, out-takes, gag reel, brief interviews with Canet and Kristin Scott Thomas, plus Canet’s amuse-bouche short, I Can’t Sleep – so it’s a pity none of it is presented in HD. Also included: a couple of so-called ‘easter eggs’, helpfully labelled as such on the main menu.

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