Diamond 13 (2009)

  |  Action, Crime, Thriller


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A cop goes up against his lifelong friend, who has become one of the city's biggest drug traffickers.

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9 September 2013 | jordan_bel
4
| Disappointing
After a bunch of seriously dark French thrillers directed by Olivier Marchal (36, MR73, Les Lyonnais, the TV series Braquo), I was keen to see Marchal and Depardieu reunited. Well, it just doesn't work this time: Olivier is clearly better behind the camera and Gerard behind a bar counter. The tempo is pretty random, cops and villains seem to make appointments to fight each other or walk casually in the most obvious traps. The scenario is weak as American coffee; who would believe that 280-pound pure fat Gerard can take on trained killers or that a burning car on a 20 meters wide pier would stop a death squad... Avoid, and if you missed 36 or Braquo go for those instead! On a slightly different note, add 'A la petite semaine' to your watch list for good measure.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Action | Crime | Thriller

Details

Release Date:

21 January 2009

Language

French


Country of Origin

France, Belgium, Luxembourg

Filming Locations

Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium

Box Office

Budget:

€6,850,000 (estimated)

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