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Alain Delon faces the gun.
Alain Delon faces the gun.

Thumbnail for Le Samourai (1967) Le Samourai (1967)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 78
Notable as: Crime FictionGenre: Thriller, Crime Fiction, Mystery, DramaNarrative location: ParisRuntime: 98 - 107 minutesLanguage: FrenchCountry: France, ItalyFilming location: ParisDirector: Jean-Pierre MelvilleScreenwriter: Jean-Pierre MelvilleMusic: François de RoubaixCinematography: Henri DecaëStars: Alain Delon, François Périer, Michel Boisrond, Nathalie Delon, Cathy Rosier, Catherine Jourdan, André Thorent, Carlo Nell, Gaston Meunier Producer: Raymond BorderieStudio: Fida CinematograficaAward details: (details at IMDb)
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Le Samouraï is a 1967 French-Italian crime film directed by French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville, starring Alain Delon as Jef Costello. The film is a classic of the noir catalogue and noted as a distinct action thriller, often repeated but never equaled. Delon's character is impervious and too obscure to form any kind of benchmark but the films and suspenseful rhythm is much celebrated.


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