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Many people at the time thought that Delon played "Jeff" (the posters were deceptive);he actually plays Laurent ,a young gangster who,after a holdup,is searching for his boss who has left the gang and of course has taken all the dough.The runaway's lover,Eva accompanies him.
This is a moderately entertaining detective film.It was not the first time Delon had worked with Jean Herman.The previous year,they had made a better thriller "Adieu L'Ami" also starring Charles Bronson.Here,Delon played opposite Mireille Darc who was his girlfriend at the time .But the best is once again,François de Roubaix's tuneful delicate score.
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