Stranger by the Lake movie review () | Roger Ebert
Franck Pierre Deladonchamps is a regular visitor to a nude beach and the woods surrounding it, both of which are a popular cruising destination for gay men. One evening, Franck observes Michel drowning another man in the lake. Though terrified by what he has seen, Franck is unable to resist his attraction to Michel, and continues to pursue him. When the body of the drowned man is discovered and identified, a police investigator begins to question the men at the beach; Franck tells the investigator that he did not see anything unusual on the evening the man drowned.
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