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Anyone Can Kill Me (1957)
"Tous peuvent me tuer" (original title)

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The holdup of the bank is a success. All happened according to plan. Now, Cyril Gad and his four accomplices must secure an alibi. What better place than a prison cell? As a result the five... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
François Périer ...
Paul, le directeur de la prison
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Cyril Gad (as Peter Van Eyck)
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Isabelle
Darío Moreno ...
Luigi Falconi
Eleonora Rossi Drago ...
Odette, la femme du directeur (as Eleonora Rossi-Drago)
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Émile Chanu
André Versini ...
Antoine 'Tony' Lefébure
Michèle Drey
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Lucien, le détenu bavard
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Un inspecteur de police
Gérard Dorsen
Mario David ...
Paulo, un détenu
Albert Michel ...
Le gardien-brigadier Bricart
Olivier Darrieux ...
Un gardien (as Jean Olivier)
Henri Riou
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The holdup of the bank is a success. All happened according to plan. Now, Cyril Gad and his four accomplices must secure an alibi. What better place than a prison cell? As a result the five gangsters have themselves arrested on minor charges and start waiting until they are released. Unfortunately three of them die mysteriously, another one is openly murdered. The only man still alive, Tony, is scared. Easy to understand why... Written by Guy Bellinger

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6 December 1957 (France)  »

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Everybody Wants to Kill Me  »

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Five little Indians
30 June 2008 | by See all my reviews

This Decoin effort has still got a good reputation in France.It's far from perfect though and the problem is that the screenplay hesitates between pure film noir and comedy.Besides, writer Albert Simonin is not Georges Simenon;nor is he Boileau-Narcejac or Frédéric Dard: the lines are witless and the suspense scenes almost brainless:how can we believe (and how can the head warden?)in three suicides which all take place in a prison?

Five thieves steal jewels ,and,as an "alibi",burglarize a Pastis distillery: one year imprisonment . But someone is doing away with the five accomplices :and then there were two.What was possible in Lacombe's "Le Dernier des Six" -one of the men of the gang gets rid of the others to get the whole loot- is unconvincing in a jail where wardens are supposed to keep a close watch on you .You must be very gullible to believe such a story.

There's an attempt at a social comment:when of the prisoners's girlfriend (Anouk Aimée) comes to visit her squeeze ,they can't say a single world in the visitors room.The gloomy atmosphere of the visitors' room does not make it a nice place to be.This is probably the best scene of the whole film.


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