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Effraction (1983)

During a robbery that goes wrong, Valentin Tralande kills his accomplices and bank customers.

Director:

Daniel Duval

Writers:

Daniel Duval, Francis Ryck (novel) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Marlène Jobert ... Kristine
Jacques Villeret ... Valentin Tralande
Bruno Cremer ... Pierre
Jean-Pierre Dravel Jean-Pierre Dravel ... Le commissaire
Robert Darame Robert Darame ... L'adjoint du commissaire
Denise Filiatrault ... La barmaid
Robert Kramer Robert Kramer ... Le garçon d'étage
Bernard Montagner Bernard Montagner ... Un inspecteur
Georges Licastro Georges Licastro ... Le directeur de l'hôtel
Florent Pagny ... Le jeune homme agressé
Philippe Landoulsi Philippe Landoulsi ... Le réceptionniste
Magali Leiris Magali Leiris ... La prostituée
Maxime Leroux Maxime Leroux ... Un gangster
Jean-Pierre Thomacini Jean-Pierre Thomacini ... Un inspecteur
Jacques Vincey Jacques Vincey ... Un gangster
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During a robbery that goes wrong, Valentin Tralande kills his accomplices and bank customers.

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Crime | Drama

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

6 April 1983 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Comando Especial: Homem a Abater See more »

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ATC 3000 See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Acccording to Francis Ryck, the novelist whose the book was adapted from, the director Daniel Duval was drunk on the shooting and only a girl friend of his told him what to do on the set. The female lead Marlène Jobert was very upset and left several times because of this situation. See more »

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This is a good thriller from the eighties
11 April 2005 | by georges-22See all my reviews

this is a good thriller: it shows how was our way of living in a deep part of France in the early 80.the life at that time was far more romantic that nowadays. Marlène Jobert is charming , Bruno Cremer is great and Jacques Villeret (who died in early 2005) shows how great actor can play multiple type of characters (in this movie, he is playing the bad which is not the character he was used to play). Of course the "action" side could not be compared to a "James Bond" but it gives time to appreciate the characters.Here are not gadgets, no sophisticated weapons but just the life people used to live at that time in South part of France. Beyond that, a wonderful jazzy piano soundtrack from Maurice Vander adds a romantic feeling to that movie.


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