An ex-con, a young woman and two aging mobsters plan a major heist - holding up a cash transportation depot containing 35 million. Needing funds up front, they call in a high-rolling ... See full summary »

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Roger Ibáñez ...
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Florence Thomassin ...
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Gérald Laroche ...
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Jean-Pierre Léonardini ...
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Marine Bourassin ...
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An ex-con, a young woman and two aging mobsters plan a major heist - holding up a cash transportation depot containing 35 million. Needing funds up front, they call in a high-rolling gambler and his two thuggish associates. The team is ready, but they must wait... and then wait some more. Of course, the tension rises... Written by Anonymous

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Second excellent try for Xavier Durringer...

Do you remember J'IRAI AU PARADIS CAR L'ENFER EST ICI, released in 1997? This movie was very closed to RESERVOIR DOGS. The tale of a group of hoods after a major heist - which no one saw, like the Tarantino's film - and staying together in a room, arguing, talking in sharp dialogues, violent sequences, astounding characterization...So, this very film, LES Villains, is from the same blood. A group of hoods - with still Gerald Laroche, whom we could see in J'IRAI AU PARADIS, an awesome performance - are reunited in an isolated farm before another major heist - that no one will ever see, and wait to pull the job. I repeat, only an idiot would not see the resemblance between the two films. A TV movie, however. Good crime film.


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