Rififi (1955)

Not Rated   |    |  Crime, Drama, Thriller

Rififi (1955) Poster

Four men plan a technically perfect crime, but the human element intervenes...




  • Dominique Maurin and Jean Servais in Rififi (1955)
  • Carl Möhner and Jean Servais in Rififi (1955)
  • Janine Darcey and Jean Servais in Rififi (1955)
  • Jean Servais in Rififi (1955)
  • Carl Möhner and Jean Servais in Rififi (1955)
  • Marcel Lupovici in Rififi (1955)

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16 August 2013 | fredberglyle
| RIFIFI means trouble- But "No trouble" with script, screenplay or direction
Directed by an black-listed American, served as an inspiration to movies like The Killing, Reservoir dogs, Score etc. The characterization was dealt perfectly for this Noir movie with splendid photography too. Many violent scenes are executed with no/minimum gore. Over 50 years since its release and IMO one of the best heist movies. A small issue could be the predictability in the story as many of the later movies had stolen this idea . Favorite scenes in the movie includes 1) the silent robbery scene that happens in the middle of the film which is a nail-bitter. 2) The climax scene. The bottom line is that the movie team had no trouble with script, screenplay or direction and watching this was such a treat.

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Release Date:

5 June 1956


French, Italian, English

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Filming Locations

Pont de Bir-Hakeim, Paris 15, Paris, France

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$17,981 23 July 2000

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