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P'tit con

1984

Un film de Gérard Lauzier

Avec Bernard Brieux, Guy Marchand, Caroline Cellier

Michel Choupon is a particularly disturbed teenager. He recovers his sanity but not before fighting with his parents, mooning over his unrequited love for a young Algerian girl, botching a suicide attempt, and running away from home. It is now his turn to help his parents, who are getting divorced. The comic book artist Gérard Lauzier settles his accounts with mankind by bringing to the screen one of his successful comic books, "Souvenirs d'un jeune homme" (The memoirs of a young man).
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Le gang des otages

1973

Un film de Edouard Molinaro

Avec Bulle Ogier, Daniel Cauchy, Gilles Segal

Gilbert Nordier is out of jail and back into the fray of assaults, robberies and getaways. He raids supermarkets and tax offices with his two accomplices: his wife, Liliane, a former prostitute, and Serge, a gangster. Their depravity stops short of nothing, not even murder. They are arrested again, but Liliane, out on bail, masterminds a spectacular breakout from the courtroom. Taking the judge hostage, the gang runs away for the last time.
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Laisse aller c'est une valse

1971

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Jean Yanne, Mireille Darc, Michel Constantin

As he is leaving prison Serge is captured by hoods, who want to know where his loot is hidden. His pal Michel saves him from their clutches, and Serge can go back to his lovely wife. The three escape and go to get the jewels, but their plan backfires, they are arrested again. However the police inspector has something else in mind and does not take them back to jail. A thrilling gangster film spoof tinged with grim humor.
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La famille Fenouillard

1960

Un film de Yves Robert

Avec Sophie Desmarets, Jean Richard, Marie-José Ruiz

A burlesque story, based on Christophe's work, of an average french family caught in a web of incredible mishaps during an unforeseen trip around the world. When they return in triumph, Agénor Fenouillard is elected mayor of the town and his two daughters marry the sweethearts they met during the trip.
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Normandie Niemen

1960

Un film de Jean Dréville

Avec Pierre Trabaud, Roland Ménard, Giani Esposito

After the 1940 Armistice, French aviators refusing to become captives of war decide to go to Russia and continue the fight against Nazi Germany, alongside the Soviet Allies. Their escape brands them as deserters in the eyes of many. But the pilots valiantly engage in the first air-battles over Russia and receive a hero's welcome upon their return two years later.
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Un temoin dans la ville

1959

Un film de Edouard Molinaro

Avec Lino Ventura, Sandra Milo, Franco Fabrizi

Ancelin knows that his wife was killed by her lover, so he kills the man, making it look like suicide. But a taxi driver, Lambert, witnesses the crime. Ancelin chases after the driver, who just has time to alert his colleagues before being killed. The cabmen ruthlessly pursue the murderer all over Paris before he is shot by the police.
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Sans famille

1958

Un film de André Michel

Avec Pierre Brasseur, Gino Cervi, Bernard Blier

Seven year old Rémi has a happy childhood with a woman he thinks is his mother. Driven by poverty, the woman's husband gets rid of Rémi by hiring him out to Vitalis, an aging travelling entertainer and animal-trainer. At first, all Rémi can think of is to go back to his 'mother'. But he finds out that he is actually an orphan and becomes attached to the old man. His path is fraught with tragedy and adventure, but Rémi will find his real family, at last.
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Le rideau rouge

1952

Un film de André Barsacq

Avec Michel Simon, Pierre Brasseur, Monelle Valentin

Bertal, a theater manager, is assassinated in his dressing room just before a performance of Macbeth. There are countless suspects because the victim was a cynical, friendless man. But the police investigation traces the murder occurred in exactly the same way as it does in Shakespeare's play. The only film of the great theater director André Barsacq.
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