In Liège, a group of men gathers every day in a café situated near the steel factory which once reigned supreme. They play cards in a warm atmosphere but that hardly masks their quiet desperation. All unemployed, either because they can't find work like Patrick or because they have been made redundant like Robert and Jean-Pierre, they try to forget their lot in the warm atmosphere of the place. One day, Marc, a newcomer, joins them. It soon appears that the man has just been released from prison and even if he is determined to go straight his presence suddenly inspires Robert : why not try criminality ?
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For five generations we have been exploited, and now that we just began to earn a bit more than the minimum to live with, it is still too much. They have to go away, farer, to exploit people even poorer.
Una lacrima sul viso
Written by Bobby Solo
(as Roberto Satti), Mogol
& Bobby Solo
(as Lunero) (1964)
[Note both instances of Bobby Solo are left here as they reflect the credit.] See more