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Diesel (1985)

A prositute (Anges Sorel) tries to change her life after her release from prison, but a murderous slave organization, the Consortium, is determined to bring her back to the fole or kill her... See full summary »

Director:

Robert Kramer

Writers:

Richard Morgiève (scenario), Serge Leroy (original idea) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gérard Klein Gérard Klein ... Diesel
Agnès Soral ... Anna
Richard Bohringer ... Walter
Niels Arestrup ... Nelson
Magali Noël ... Mickey
Xavier Deluc Xavier Deluc ... Drimi
Roland Blanche Roland Blanche ... Zilber
Souad Amidou Souad Amidou ... Kim
Bruno Allain Bruno Allain ... M. Lautin
Patrick Bonnel Patrick Bonnel ... Roger
Philippe Clévenot Philippe Clévenot ... Amadeus
Philippe Caroit Philippe Caroit ... L'assistant de Finch
André Julien André Julien
Caroline Lang Caroline Lang ... Astrid
Valérie Rojan Valérie Rojan
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A prositute (Anges Sorel) tries to change her life after her release from prison, but a murderous slave organization, the Consortium, is determined to bring her back to the fole or kill her, which forces her to seek help from Liberty, an anti-Consortium organization. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama | Sci-Fi

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

7 August 1985 (France) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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So bad it's (almost) good!
7 March 2005 | by lefrelonvertSee all my reviews

Totally grotesque post-apocalyptic romp from (of all things)the french film industry ! This means action and suspense are replaced by "auteur" posturing and pretentious dialogue, mixed here with the same corny special effects and settings you can see in all the Italian Mad Max 2 - wannabes. Expatriate American director Robert Kramer, normally an appreciated moviemaker, here totally loses control of his film. Putrid dialogue, lackluster performances from a usually talented cast and a completely preposterous and incoherent plot make up for an ultra-camp movie experience. Whenever the french tried to do "science-fiction" or "fantasy", the result turned out to be a disaster, and this movie is no exception.


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