Angele kills the bank robber who has taken her as hostage and deposits the money. The police and a privat eye of the insurance compnay are suspicious. Leslie, the girlfriend of the robber, ... See full summary »

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Angèle Dubreuil
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Jean-Claude Wielzky
Laura Favali ...
Leslie Lauret
Marie-France Santon ...
Commissaire Pichon
Philippe Polet ...
Cosmos
Jérôme Anger ...
Marc
Olivier Cruveiller ...
Vic Daumal
Magali Clément ...
La directrice
Brigitte Ferté ...
La collègue de bureau
Bernard Graczyk ...
L'employé de la morgue
Jean-Pierre Riboulet ...
L'agresseur
Patrice Bornand ...
Le passant
Cendrine Chatrefou ...
L'occuliste
Sabine Capliez ...
La vendeuse
Cheriff Boudjellal ...
Mustafa
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Angele kills the bank robber who has taken her as hostage and deposits the money. The police and a privat eye of the insurance compnay are suspicious. Leslie, the girlfriend of the robber, attracts Angele and they start a journey to the mountains. Do they become real friends? Written by Franz-Josef Gallenkaemper <gallenkaempe@star.decnet.bosch.de>

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6 April 1988 (France)  »

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Der gelbe Revolver  »

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Yellow revolver .
26 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

Yes there IS a yellow revolver in this movie.What else?Well not much.A girl who was a gangster's hostage tries to latch on to lots of dough.But alas there's a private eye of an insurance company and a female cop who know more than they should.The heroine lies through her teeth (and she kills every time she needs it with remarkable ease) hence the necessity to provide the audience with numerous flashbacks which confuse more than they explain.Obviously influenced by Claude Chabrol,a commendable director ,and Jean-Pierre Mocky ,who's always shooting us a line,"Yellow revolver" ,like "tir à vue" is a poor work in Sandrine Bonnaire's filmography.


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