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the same actors but not playing the same characters
I don't know if you have seen "Le Temps des loups" aka "Heist" - 1970 - but, in this film, Aznavour played a cop, leader of the Homicide Squad, and Hossein the leader of a notorious bank robbers, called himself Dillinge. The two men were childhood friends.
This movie was directed by Sergio Gobbi.
In "La Part des Lions", produced by the same Sergio Gobbi, Aznavour and Hossein also play two childhood friends. Hossein is a petty thief who is implicated with a ruthless gang of bank robbers. Aznavour is a writer who will also follow his long time friend. Till the lost of both of them.
It's a very disenchanted film, downbeat, with good scenes.
At the beginning where the two men - Aznavour and Hossein - go to the old people's home, to visit the old man who raised them; they were orphans, found when they were babies and placed in welcome families.
A sad story, as I love.
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