A discredited police inspector is given a second chance, in the form of a dangerous assignment. Chosen because of his uncanny resemblance to a Lt. Revere, the inspector impersonates him in ...
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This is a story of a secret organization of former police officers, who go beyond the law, to kill notorious criminals without trial. One police inspector, (intense performance: Enrico ... See full summary »
Enrico Maria Salerno,
Duca Lamberti est un ancien médecin, radié de l'ordre pour avoir pratiqué l'euthanasie; il est appelé par l'ing. Auseri pour essayer de sortir son fils David d'une dépression nerveuse qu'il... See full summary »
When a shipment of heroin disappears between Italy and New York, a small-time pimp in Milan is framed for the theft. Two professional hitmen are dispatched from New York to find him, but ... See full summary »
Professor Preobrazhensky puts courageous experiences, trying to turn a dog in equal to in all of the person. As a result somebody turns out Doggies. Unfortunately, experience proves that it is better for dog to remain a dog.
Max von Sydow,
A discredited police inspector is given a second chance, in the form of a dangerous assignment. Chosen because of his uncanny resemblance to a Lt. Revere, the inspector impersonates him in order to penetrate a jungle camp belonging to a soldier of fortune friendly with Revere. He is then to assassinate Revere's friend. Written by
If you think,like the precedent user, that François Truffaut was a "neo film noir" director,then my dog can speak German.
"Sans Sommation" by Bruno Gantillon 's main asset is its cast which pairs Maurice Ronet and Mario Adorf.Plus attractive Anny Duperrey.
Ronet plays the part of an impostor they use to get rid of a former officer "who knows too many things about VIP ",in the political field. One must admit the firebrand is rather naive ,for not realizing that he is lead up the garden path .
Maurice Ronet has a rather interesting role.Playing the part of an impostor ,he finally decides to be this man in the end.
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