Crime • PG • 1967 • 1 hr 45 min
The most meticulous man ever. Good music good acting, the tension was real. French films never fail. Loved this character
This is the quintessential noir film, I might even say it is the blueprint of crime thrillers.
Perfectly crafted noir crime thriller! I’m speechless!
Great stylish French new wave film. Great film score too
This sleek and stylish assassin is masterfully played by Alain Delon. Overall aesthetic is great and ending makes you think.
Slow burn film noir at its finest, full of gripping tension and meticulous in detail, this masterpiece of the genre will keep you hooked
This film has one of the best aesthetic styles I’ve ever seen. It crazy the amount of body language that is communicated without using words
No frills, just pure adrenaline through the actions of the character. Alain Delon plays his role perfectly as the lead
Slow but definitely interesting and engaging! Great performances and atmosphere, stylish and visually stunning. Worth watching!
A classy and stylized crime movie. A slow burner with a charismatic lead character and signature cinematography.
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