Classe Tous Risques (1960)

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Abel Davos is a criminal, hunted in Italy. The police are closing in, so he and his pal Raymond arrange to flee back to France with Abel's wife, Thérèse, and their two young sons. Abel and ... See full summary »


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22 September 2014 | colaya
10
| Minimalism with a heart
A film reduced to its essentials (photographed images in sequence) to portray the dawn and dusk of two stoical gangsters that are also human beings. Milan, Nice, Paris, a journey from exile to tragedy, the disloyalty of old partners, a total stranger that becomes the younger image in the mirror, a new friendship---in Sautet hands, all of these human happenings are conveyed not by words but by the power of images, expressions, action, angles, movement, gestures, moments. Sautet belongs to the same league of Melville, Bresson and other masters of the craft of putting together "pictures in motion".

"Less is more". Minimalism assumes that the moviegoer is a human being too, s/he interprets, reflects, makes sense and finds meanings. No distractions and full advantage of the cinematic form: images, sound, edition. Not everything has to be shown or explained. Less words and less information demand for the viewer to fill in the blanks, an active role that might be hard to take. But once the watcher accepts the challenge, the outcome is a tailor-made experience---he is not a passive watcher anymore.

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Genres

Crime | Drama | Romance | Thriller

Details

Release Date:

1 April 1960

Language

French, Italian


Country of Origin

France, Italy

Filming Locations

Place Rossetti, Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$11,945 20 November 2005

Gross USA:

$95,413

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$95,413

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