Joë Caligula - Du suif chez les dabes (1969)

  |  Action, Crime, Drama


Joë Caligula - Du suif chez les dabes (1969) Poster

A young crook called Joë Caligula and his crew make war on a Parisian gang.


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29 January 2014 | christopher-underwood
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| sparkling black and white
Splendid, sparkling black and white widescreen crime caper from Jose Benazeraf. Occasionally resembling a US 'roughie' this is a stylised Movie with, very much, the look of the french new wave. Surprisingly violent with some battle between a bunch of cool kids and the more established crooks and pimps. Whole scenes seem to suddenly jump into action as the cool ones leap into poses. There is a great scene where they dance to a juke box and another when apropos nothing one of the girls imitates a shop window mannequin as she walks by. Always great looking, ever violent, sometimes amusing this also has some wonderful cabaret and striptease sequences. A little uneven and fades towards the end but quite a find and much recommended view.

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Genres

Action | Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

8 January 1969

Language

French


Country of Origin

France

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