Classe Tous Risques

With help from Criterion I’ve been on a Belmondo kick lately, even watching Pierrot le Fou, a seemingly bizarre art film that I still have not figured out. Classe Tous Risques was much more approachable however, and is a nice bridge between film noir and old gang films. Common for stories of this type, it portrays themes of friendship and loyalty among criminals and unlike many film noir movies, it is fairly gritty.





















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