My advice to you is as follows: take this film home immediately, if not sooner; lock the door; put your phone and other electronic devices in another room; find your favourite chair; get your television and DVD player warmed up...a beverage and/or snack might not be a bad idea, if you are so inclined, but I'll leave that entirely up to you...take the disc out of its case and put it ever so gently into your playback device...turn down the lights and close the curtains...be seated comfortably...take a deep breath (this is important - you'll need your 'second wind' before you know it)...take your remote in your hand...press 'play'...and...ENJOY.........grab your 'second wind' when you need it (and you will)...then press 'stop' after the credits finish (no, not before - that would be wrong)...and thank yourself for allowing your being to be touched by excellence (perfection is just one step further, perhaps). By the way, notice that only the best crooks take advantage of public transit. One more thing...I wouldn't say 'no' to any number of films featuring Paul Meurisse as the redoubtable Commissaire Blot.
Another brilliant Melville portrait of a doomed gangster. Nihilistic, stylish, superbly crafted and all together brilliant: proof the French can be pretty hardcore when they want to be.
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