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Intro by Film Noir Foundation founder Eddie Muller on Oct. 22

Abel Davos (the gloriously hangdog Lino Ventura) is a wanted French gangster ready to end his exile in Italy. He sends his family ahead, planning one last job to cover expenses. Only his old cronies aren't thrilled to see him, and his sole ally is an untested kid played by Jean-Paul Belmondo (BREATHLESS). The title means "Consider All Risks," but you're taking no chances with the movie The New York Times called "a missing piece of film history...a link between the great postwar policiers and the brooding 1960s gangster dramas of Jean-Pierre Melville." (Note courtesy of Noir City.) DIR/SCR/PROD Claude Sautet; SCR Pascal Jardin, Jose Giovanni, from his novel; PROD Jean Darvey. France/Italy, 1960, b&w, 104 min. In French and Italian with English subtitlees. NOT RATED

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Claude Sautet
104 Minutes
Crime drama


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