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Tir à vue (1984)

Marilyn and Richard live on various hold-ups and thefts, but one day the game turns bad and they end up murdering.

Director:

Marc Angelo

Writer:

Yves Mourot (scenario and dialogue)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sandrine Bonnaire ... Marilyn
Laurent Malet ... Richard
Jean Carmet ... L'inspecteur Robert Casti / Commissioner Casti
Michel Jonasz Michel Jonasz ... L'inspecteur Daniel Galo
Michel Stano Michel Stano ... L'inspecteur Vidal
Pierre Londiche Pierre Londiche ... Le substitut
Eric Picou Eric Picou ... Le gandin
Salah Teskouk Salah Teskouk ... Salem
Jean-Marie Balembois Jean-Marie Balembois
Frédéric Berthereau Frédéric Berthereau ... Le gosse
Jean-Claude Bouillaud Jean-Claude Bouillaud ... Blanchard
Jacques Burloux Jacques Burloux ... Le pompiste
Claudia Coste Claudia Coste
Marie-Françoise Freulat Marie-Françoise Freulat ... L'employée des 'Bains-Douches' (as Marie-Françoise Frelat)
Helena Henriksson Helena Henriksson
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Marilyn and Richard live on various hold-ups and thefts, but one day the game turns bad and they end up murdering.

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Crime

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Un gosse qui Gamberge
Written by Gabriel Yared, Michel Jonasz
Performed by Karim Kacel
Arranged by Gabriel Yared
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One of the many nadirs of the French cinema of the eighties.
30 January 2004 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

If you see it dubbed in English ,you may find that worthwhile.But in French,it's really a dud:an unbelievable hotchpotch which blends elements of a very poor man's contemporary Bonnie and Clyde and of "à bout de soufflé".Sandrine Bonnaire is awfully directed and her lines are most of the time completely ridiculous.Her character comes out of the blue,and ,on the other hand ,we're not spared her partner's and the two detectives' frames of mind.A very unfriendly look at the gays and the Arabs does not redeem the film.Sex and violence make up for the paucity of the screenplay.Sandrine Bonnaire was lucky enough to survive "tir à vue"


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Country:

France

Release Date:

5 September 1984 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Fire on Sight See more »

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Lira Eléphant See more »
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Mono

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Color
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