In a small town where he is waiting for his train, reporter-photographer Walter Hermelin meets Catherine Ferrer, a female lawyer who has just obtained the acquittal of a man accused of ... See full summary »
...and not much at that cause his appearance does not exceed seven or eight minutes (his two scenes together that is).And it's not really a good part.A cheapskate epitath.
The rest: a pale imitation of Becker's "touchez pas au grisbi" and Dassin's "du rififi chez les hommes" both released the precedent year.Even the good cast (including Robert Hossein ,Henri Vidal,and FRançois Mitterrand's brother-in-law Roger Hanin) does not succeed in filling the viewer with enthusiasm.That just shows you how the script (including drug traffickers,guns ,molls) is hackneyed.There are plenty of dead bodies,and the movie was a NC 18 ,which seems obsolete today.
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