Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Tous Peuvent me Tuer (Anyone Can Kill Me) is one of the many "perfect crime" melodramas which glutted the French film industry in the late '50s. Five crooks participate in a holdup, hide the money, then confess to a lesser crime so that they will receive a bare-minimum prison sentence. Once behind bars, however, the conspirators are killed off one by one. As the suspect list narrows, it appears that one of the bad guys has decimated the others in order to claim all the loot for himself. Can things be this cut-and-dried? Not likely. The salability of Tous Peuvent me Tuer in the U.S. was improved by the star power of third-billed Anouk Aimée.