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Tout le monde peut se tromper (1983)

A young woman, employed in a jewelry store, decides to take advantage of the heist she witnesses. She shoots down one of the burglars; the other will pursue her.

Director:

Jean Couturier

Writers:

Paul Claudon (adaptation), Jean Couturier (adaptation) | 2 more credits »
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Fanny Cottençon ... Albine Boisvert
Francis Perrin Francis Perrin ... Ludovic Vincent, dit 'Vic'
Bernard Le Coq Bernard Le Coq ... Inspecteur Tom Tarnopol
Christophe Bourseiller ... Edgar
Franck-Olivier Bonnet Franck-Olivier Bonnet ... Vincent Chauchard
Daniel Desmars Daniel Desmars ... Simon Katz
Gérard Boucaron ... Le médecin
Jean-Claude Montalban Jean-Claude Montalban ... Un agent de l'identité judiciaire
Michel Pilorgé Michel Pilorgé ... Un agent de l'identité judiciaire
Fred Ulysse Fred Ulysse ... Lambert
Max Vialle Max Vialle ... Le gardien du cimetière
Clément Harari Clément Harari ... Léon Katz
Liliane Coutanceau Liliane Coutanceau ... Rolande Cordelier
Monique Couturier Monique Couturier ... La gérante
Michel Beaune ... Le notaire
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Albine is employed in a Parisian jewelry store. One day when she is alone in the shop, two masked men come to rob the jewelry store and try to open the safe. One of them gets carried away and wants to attack the young woman who is defending herself. The shot goes off by itself, one of the two robbers dies instantly. His accomplice flees but will want to avenge his boyfriend at all costs. Hence a multitude of attempts to suppress the beautiful blonde, which each time turn to disaster. The investigation is entrusted to Inspector Tarnopol already upset by the escape of a criminal who himself has sworn revenge against this cop who provoked his arrest.

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Comedy

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A french diamond in the rough
20 November 2002 | by jeromemorrowSee all my reviews

I saw this movie many years ago, cannot recall all the details, but it was one of those french movies one gets to see on a rainy saturday afternoon. At first you watch it without paying any real attention, then it starts :

get funny, funnier, the plot is well thought out, and finally it becomes memorable. ### A lady (Albine) works in a jewelry store, one day 2 robbers break in. In the confusion of the ill-planned heist - one of them is killed. The other leaves, but plans to exact revenge. Enters the Inspector Tarnopol, who must not only figure out the deed, but also how to win pretty Albine's heart (he is also married). At the same time Tarnopol is also being hunted by an ex-con... and so the plot thickens. ### Well acted, great pace, delectable dialogue (rambo movie-goers will want to pass on this one, 3 aisles down, go to T2 - Judgement day).

  • The kind of movie (like "The Majestic") that I believe the movie industry should produce more of.


JM.

PS: I did see T2, and liked it also.


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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

9 February 1983 (France) See more »

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C.A.P.A.C., Films A2 See more »
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