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Street Thief (2006)

The movie follows the life of Chicago burglar Kaspar Karr. Kaspar cases and robs stores. He counts up his score and a small interview follows where Kaspar introduces himself. He shows his ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Malik Bader Malik Bader ... Kaspar Carr
Wesley Walker ... Larry Evans
Frank Zieger Frank Zieger ... Rob Rodgers (as Frank Zeiger II)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beers Bill Beers Bill ... Theater Manager
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The movie follows the life of Chicago burglar Kaspar Karr. Kaspar cases and robs stores. He counts up his score and a small interview follows where Kaspar introduces himself. He shows his expertise in social engineering, stalking, and intelligence gathering and discusses his careful, meticulous planning cycles. Written by Alexander

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Crime | Thriller

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Country:

USA

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English | Spanish

Release Date:

21 June 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

O kleftis tou Chicago See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Color
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At the beginning of the movie, Kaspar's last name is spelled Carr. When Rob, the filmmaker, speaks to the police looking for Kaspar, he spells Kaspar's last name Karr. See more »

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References Alfie (2004) See more »

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Not a "rip off" of Man Bites Dog.
25 January 2012 | by where_is_my_mind09See all my reviews

While I know there are rabid fans of "Man Bites Dog" I cannot agree with a previous reviewers parallel between the two films. "Man Bites Dog" is a dark, and I mean, DARK satire on how society holds criminals up and how "normal" people (in this case the film makers) can get caught up in the moment. Not with this movie. The "film makers" approach the subject with cold calculated view. There are no scenes of children being murdered like in "man bites dog" in which the film makers just keep filming. In this "documentary" the film makers take a different path. While it's easy to judge the killer in "man bites dog" as a true sociopath the thief in "Street Thief" is a bit more complex. This is a guy with complete control over himself and his actions. To be quite honest I was (God help me) kind of rooting for the guy as he did his "scores" around the Chicago area. The guy is a likable jerk. He can be tolerated yet understood. Why? He's a criminal, plain and simple. He doesn't mug for the camera or brag about how he's King Salami and can't be stopped. He KNOWS the proverbial clock is ticking. Therefore the ending is a pleasant surprise that makes you want to watch it again.


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