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Love Hate (1971)

L'Albatros (original title)
A prisoner escapes and kidnaps a woman with her he falls in love. He's involved in a bad business where politicians and underworld are leading the dance.He'll die like the albatross in ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jean-Pierre Mocky ...
Stef Tassel
Marion Game ...
Paula Cavalier
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Le président Ernest Cavalier
André Le Gall ...
Le conseiller Lucien Grimm
René-Jean Chauffard ...
Comissaire Gaber (as R.J. Chauffard)
Robert Berri ...
L'ami du gardien
Michel Bertay ...
Mazeran
Roger Corbeau ...
Hébrard
Michel Delahaye ...
Le directeur de la prison
Rudy Lenoir ...
Le gardien du supermarché
Jacques Lévy ...
Maître Baudouin
Roger Lumont ...
Le pharmacien
Marcel Pérès ...
Pierson (as Marcel Peres)
Francis Terzian ...
Le motard Martial
Agostino Vasco ...
Un agresseur de Paula
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A prisoner escapes and kidnaps a woman with her he falls in love. He's involved in a bad business where politicians and underworld are leading the dance.He'll die like the albatross in Baudelaire's poem Written by Jean-Paul Chadourne <chadourne@univ-lille3.fr>

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8 September 1971 (France)  »

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1.66 : 1
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His giant's wings keep him from walking.
2 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

That's what Beaudelaire wrote in his eponymous poem.This is probably Jean-Pierre Mocky's best film .It's pleasant to review a good movie of a director who squandered his skills in lots and lots of unworthy films.

A man (played by Mocky himself) escapes from jail and takes a woman hostage .She is none other than the daughter of a corrupted politician .She falls in love with the fugitive and like him,she rebels against a society whose only value is dough.

The last scenes are among the French seventies' best depicting the folie à deux ,l'Amour Fou.Recommended


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