Touchez pas au grisbi (1954)

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Touchez pas au grisbi (1954)

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046451/

The middle age bon-vivant Max is a former gangster and close friend of his partner Riton. They have stolen eight gold bars of 12 kg each that worth 50-million francs and Max has kept them hidden for their retirement. Riton's mistress Josy is tired of him and has found a new lover to support her, Angelo, who is a dangerous gangster. Riton has made a comment to Josy about the gold and soon Angelo discovers that Max and Riton have the stolen gold. He abducts Riton to force Max to give the gold to him. Will Max exchange his gold for Riton?

TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wv1rI1HRiHs

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ZLATNI MARATON: FRANCUSKA PETORKA

Post by Michel » 04 Mar 2015, 00:40

Touchez pas au grisbi (1954) - Jacques Becker 2 os 3
Jean Gabin se smatra najvećim francuskim glumcem 20. stoljeća. Gledao sam ga u nekoliko filmova od Renoira kad sam ima njegov maraton prošle godine. Ovaj tu film ga je opet vratio među glavne zvijezde nakon što se vratio iz hollywooda. Vrlo hvaljen kriminalistični film o dvije grupe kriminalaca i njihovoj borbi za novce. Jedna banda otme dobrog prijatelja od Gabina te ga on planira vratiti. Da nema posljednjih 20 genijalno režiranih minuta, film bi bio dobar. Ovako je jako dobar, ali ta završna borba :prayer: jebote, u tim starim francuskim filmovima zadnjih 20, 30 minuta je nešto najbolje što se može vidjeti.

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"And if you happen to be walking along a lonely country road one night and you see your favorite aunt coming toward you, good luck to you too."

— Carl Kolchak

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