Michel Constantin

  • Jean Larriaga – La Part des Lions (1971)

    A writer teams up with a friend to set up a robbery.Read More »

  • Jean-Pierre Desagnat – Les Etrangers AKA The Strangers (1969)

    Chamoun and May lives in no-mans land after running from the mafia. One day Kaine, a diamond robber show up. He’s on the run from Sheriff Blade. Now they are hunted by the mafia and the law.Read More »

  • José Giovanni – Dernier domicile connu AKA Last Known Address (1970)

    As a result of a serious professional blunder, Inspector Leonetti finds himself transferred to a minor police department. There, he is assigned to a difficult case involving a certain Roger Martin, who has disappeared with his small daughter. Martin is in fact a key witness in a murder case and is required to give evidence against a well-known gangster. To help him in his hunt for Martin, Leonetti is teamed up with Jeanne, a young policewoman with next to no experience. By frequently changing his address Martin hopes not only to evade Leonetti and Jeanne, but also the band of gangsters who are determined to prevent him from testifying…
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  • Georges Lautner – La valise AKA Man in the Trunk (1973)

    Having succeeded in making himself the enemy of the entire Arab world, Commander Bloch, a senior agent in the Israeli secret services, flees to Libya and soon finds himself holed up in the French Embassy in Tripoli. His only hope of leaving the country alive is by being smuggled out in a diplomatic suitcase. Captain Augier is tasked with this delicate mission, but before the suitcase can reach Paris an airport strike takes effect. As a result, Augier and Bloch end up being confined to a hotel, which just happens to be the same hotel where the Israeli spy met the one true love of his life, Françoise. As he recalls this earlier romantic interlude in his life Bloch manages to convince himself that Françoise is the person who betrayed him. Read More »

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