Simon is a police officer at the Crime Repression Brigade. His boss, Pierre Tramoni, was his colleague for a long time before he became director of the Brigade. Tramoni is brilliant. He ... See full summary »

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L'inspecteur Simon
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Le commissaire Pierre Tramoni
Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu ...
Fanny
Anne Létourneau ...
Josy
Philippe Pouchain ...
Sax
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Léon Terzakian
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Sabiani
Smaïn ...
Abdel
Agop ...
Le manouche
Anne Aor ...
Sylvie Tramoni
Philippe Alexandre ...
Le joueur fou
Jenny Astruc ...
Françoise
James Arch
Claude Baruet
Serge Bary ...
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Simon is a police officer at the Crime Repression Brigade. His boss, Pierre Tramoni, was his colleague for a long time before he became director of the Brigade. Tramoni is brilliant. He wants to move up fast and he's making it. Simon, for his part, likes the street, its odors, its mysteries. He's a hunter. For a few months, Simon and his men have been following a dangerous gang of young hoods; the Dijan brothers. Their goal: to catch them red-handed. In conducting his investigation, Simon discovers strange links between Tramoni and the gangsters he is after. The relationship between Simon and Tramoni takes another turn as Simon carefully prepares a ploy to uncover his boss' covert actions. Written by Anonymous

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A friendship which turns into outright conflict.

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7 October 1987 (France)  »

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Os Amigos e os Ladrõs  »

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Pure crap

This more than forgettable features is the last of the French crime films made in the eighties, before nearly a twenty years sleep, with the exception of Xavier Durringer's J'IRAI AU PARADIS CAR L'ENFER EST ICI, made in 1997. Nearly twenty years of sleep, before the French movie industry resumes in crime genre with the outstanding Olivier Marchal's arrival, a billion times better than this pure crap. I am ashamed to have watched this, not for the actors, but for the story and production design. Such as the robbery scene where the gangsters are the most terrible jerks I have ever seen in a heist sequence, without masks or hoods on their face, without gloves, behaving like children entering a fairy toy shop after a long wait outside... Poor Jacques Santi, he died just after the release of this garbage Junk film. I guessed he realized how awful his movie was. Or maybe his brain tumor annihilated every sense of story telling or directing. Just forget it.


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