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Before the first robbery, when the 'military specialist' in Emilien's car racks the charging handle on his rifle, the charging handle locks into its rear position instead of sliding forward. This means he had an empty magazine in the gun. See more »
A light film - the comedy is refreshingly simple and not slapstick style. Also the car chases are mostly pretty simple and not full of the excesses of Hollywood movies where everything MUST crash and everything MUST blow up in big style.
It's got style and it's got speed.
What more do you want?
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