Paris, 1830: Vidocq is killed by a mirror masked man. A thief turned investigator, he was working on a case of men hit by lightning, burning up. A beautiful woman was involved. After Vidocq's death, his biographer tries to solve the case.
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A French cop gets 2 months leave for getting results too violently. His Japanese girlfriend, who vanished 19 years ago, has died and he flies Paris to Tokyo for her funeral and will full of surprises. The Yakuza meets his brutal ways.
Paris. 1830. In the heart of the town, Vidocq, a famous detective, disappeared as he fights the Alchemist, an assassin that he has been pursuing for a few months. His young biographer, Etienne Boisset, decides to have revenge on Vidocq's death and takes the investigation on...Written by
... it is the lead and the most important motif for I love this film. all the rules of Gothic novel. the impecable acting. the splendid story. the embrodery of mistery, seduction and values of a lost time. Paris of the middle of XIX century. and Gerard Depardieu in his best form. short, one of films like a great travel across time, spaces, significances, looking the truth in special manner, with special toools, out of ordinary rules of genre. maybe, an old fashion film. and that is more than a good point. but one of great things defining refuge in authentic art of cinema and its basic purpose.
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