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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michel Sardou ... Thomas Crosky, dit Cross
Roland Giraud ... Eli Cantor
Patrick Bauchau ... Simon Leenhardt
Marie-Anne Chazel ... Catherine Crosky
Maxime Leroux Maxime Leroux ... Sandro
Gérard Zalcberg ... Georges 'Rudi' Rudicek
Philippe Polet Philippe Polet ... Caïn
Arnold Boiseau Arnold Boiseau ... Farrel
Andréa Ferraz Andréa Ferraz ... Leslie
Anny Mirande Anny Mirande ... Claire
Louba Guertchikoff Louba Guertchikoff ... Diane Darney
Stéphane Jobert Stéphane Jobert ... Jacques Kester
Jean Barney Jean Barney ... Le commissaire Regnier
Sotha Sotha ... Princesse, la prostituée au commissariat
Loïc Bitout Loïc Bitout ... François, le fiancé de Claire
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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Country:

France | Canada

Language:

French

Release Date:

4 February 1987 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Cross - Zwei knallharte Profis See more »

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Cinémax,France 5 (II) See more »
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Quel beau jour
Lyrics by Philippe Setbon
Music by Jean-Pierre Bourtayre
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Visual fast food
26 March 2007 | by Thorsten-KringsSee all my reviews

The only really amazing thing about this film is that Jean Paul Belmondo isn't in it as it would be typical of his films in the 80s. Okay, the film is pretty crude and violent but also fairly enjoyable. There is not much of a story: bad guys kidnap tough cops' family and he tries to save them by teaming up with a hit man. Sardou is Cross is about as much cliché of a cop as any man can possibly be. But the action is pretty good and the scenes at the dilapidated hotel at night are atmospheric and full of suspense. From my point of view this film is pretty much a Budd Boetticher B-western set in 1980s France. Watch out though: the DVD version is heavily edited.


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