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Hold Up à l'Italienne (2008)

Marion is a high-powered cop. Luc is a gentleman thief. He thinks she's a lawyer, she thinks he's in real estate. They're married, with two kids, and are each blissfully ignorant of each other's double life.

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Astrid Veillon ...
Marion
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Luc
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Cécile
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Victor
Bernard Llopis ...
Fayard
Etienne Chicot ...
Koenig
Jean-Marie Juan ...
Vals
Christophe Rouzaud ...
Lacroix
Cédric Chevalme ...
Valmer
Christian Mazucchini ...
Abecassis
Léa Fiorentino ...
Serena
Aleksandr Medvedev ...
Oulianov (as Alexandre Medvedev)
Solal Nataf ...
Paul
Jean-Louis Foulquier ...
Siméon
Fabio Fabbri ...
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Marion is a high-powered cop. Luc, her husband, hates her taking risks, so she tells him she's a lawyer. Luc is a gentleman thief. His wife has been on his tail for three years so he tells her he's in real estate. With two kids, they are each blissfully ignorant of each other's double life. Until one day, when a corrupt cop threatens to arrest them both (him for theft, her for complicity), unless they pull off the heist of the century and hand him the swag. Of course, Marion and Luc can't let him get away with it. Written by Happy_Evil_Dude

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How much do you really know about the one you love?


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16 June 2008 (France)  »

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Sinnerman
Traditional, adapted by Nina Simone
Courtesy of Warner Chappel Music France
Courtesy of Universal Music Vision / Universal Music Publishing France
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Nice movie ...
16 June 2008 | by See all my reviews

Interesting comedy...

Its argument remembers me, some how, The Thomas Crown Affair (1999), where a "white glove robber" was in love with the investigator-woman and he was quite imaginative to plan (and implement) "the perfect crime", also in the area of the Arts business.

In this "Italian Hold-up" (2008) the argument is seasoned with a family (a father, a marital life, children, …) and of course a bit of jealousy which goes well with the Italian culture, just to honour the name of this French movie.

Even the music -- Sinnerman by Nina Simone -- appeared in a very suitable moment…

I spent a very pleasant evening watching this new comedy and I was not bothered with the "deja vu" sensation.


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