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SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES: New, restored high-definition digital transfer Excerpts from Claude Sautet ou La magie invisible, a documentary on the director by writers N.T. Binh and Dominique Rabourdin Archival interview footage featuring actor Lino Ventura discussing his career Original French and U.S. release trailers New and improved English subtitle translation PLUS: New essays by director Bertrand Tavernier and critic N. T. Binh, a reprinted interview with Sautet, and a tribute by Jean-Pierre Melville
This is his debut film but seemed to be made by a mature hand.
It's a crime film, primarily dark in nature, about a gangster who tries his best to provide for his children as his life as a gangster is crumbling around him.
I like this film so very much to consider it the best crime movie I have ever seen--a real masterpiece!
A well filmed sequence of interesting events, but lacking a hook, or characters in whom I felt invested, or sufficient narrative drive for me to really call it a story.Published on December 16, 2011 by Michael Harbour
This is a classic French film noire starring Leno Ventura. Being film noire, things don't end well. Jean-Pierre Melville directed this crime-gone-wrong.Published on November 17, 2009 by Paul Kao
Lino's brute menace is tempered with a paternalistic edge and an almost goofy Belmondo provides a neat counterbalance in this low-key but tough noir that looks great on this DVD. Read morePublished on August 30, 2008 by EddieLove
I like this film so very much to consider it the best crime movie I have ever seen--a real masterpiece! Read morePublished on August 28, 2008 by R. Monteclar