In Liège, a group of men gathers every day in a café situated near the steel factory which once reigned supreme. They play cards in a warm atmosphere but that hardly masks their quiet desperation. All unemployed, either because they can't find work like Patrick or because they have been made redundant like Robert and Jean-Pierre, they try to forget their lot in the warm atmosphere of the place. One day, Marc, a newcomer, joins them. It soon appears that the man has just been released from prison and even if he is determined to go straight his presence suddenly inspires Robert : why not try criminality ? Written by
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Every day I must sign a sheet in front of a cop. He looks like a good guy, jovial, sympathetic. Anyway for him, I am a hold-up man, I will always be a hold-up man. He is persuaded that I will do it again some day.
Una lacrima sul viso
Written by Bobby Solo
(as Roberto Satti), G. Rastetti di Mogol & Lunero (1964) See more