A French salesman picks the wrong woman to fall in love with in Claude Chabrol’s psychosexual drama La Demoiselle d'honneur (2004). While attending his sister’s wedding, the straight-laced Philippe (Benoit Magimel) feels his eyes drawn to Senta (Laura Smet), the prettiest member of the wedding party. The young man makes a point of winning her affection but ends up becoming privy to a dark secret that threatens to derail his promising future. Based on a thriller by Ruth Rendell and garnering critical comparisons to Hitchcock, Chabrol’s film is a darkly evocative tale. Of course, it helps that his siren makes a convincing case for irresistibility by flaunting her fabulous body at nearly every turn.