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The Charnier character in The French Connection
(1971) is a much more admirable human being than Popeye Doyle. That's the thin line between the policeman and the criminal, and between good and evil.
His two most famous films, The French Connection
(1971) and The Exorcist
(1973), both begin in a foreign country, in which something in that country is brought over to America and then dealt with by American "authorities" in that field. "The French Connection" has drugs coming from France and then dealt with by American narcotics officers; "The Exorcist" has a demonic presence (from an idol) ...
Infamous for his volatile, provocative behavior on film sets