The charismatic criminal Dobermann, who got his first gun when he was christened, leads a gang of brutal robbers. After a complex and brutal bank robbery, they are being hunted by the Paris... See full summary »
From his locksmith's shop, a simple guy dreams of becoming a crime boss, at the wheel of his Cadillac surrounded by blonde bimbos. He starts small, assassinating petty criminals. Gaining ... See full summary »
I have mixed emotions about this flick. On one hand, it's very pleasant to see that Mocky still enjoys his job, that the actors obviously have a good time, and that the plot tries its best. On the other hand, it's a pity to watch such poor means used for a film, obviously rented costumes, and too much information at once due to lack of film rolls and shooting time. Still, it has an honest crime story plot, with a delightful (and sooo rare nowadays...) politically incorrect edge to it, some of the lines are very funny, and it's not three-hour long. And if Mocky could raise more money to create, perhaps he wouldn't be forced to show his films almost only in his own theater... that's worth a six to me...
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