Bob le Flambeur

Synopsis: Bob, an old gangster and gambler is almost broke, so he decides in spite of the warnings of a friend, a high official from the police, to rob a gambling casino in Dauville. Everything is planned exactly, but the police is informed about the planned coup. Meanwhile in the Casino Bob starts to gamble.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Production: Lionsgate
 
IMDB:
7.8
Metacritic:
80
Rotten Tomatoes:
97%
PG
Year:
1956
98 min
$4,623
176 Views


- What's your name?

- Anne.

Paulo... Anne.

My dream girl! If she just says yes,

her fortune's made.

Don't start! The kid's hungry.

Yvonne, hear that? The kid's hungry.

I'm a handsome guy, no?

You finished?

How can you starve with those eyes?

I thought dolls stacked like you

all had sugar daddies.

Well, I just found one.

Why're you hanging around

Montmartre?

Don't you have a job?

I did. But not anymore.

- Why not?

- The boss wasn't my masculine ideal.

I'm her ideal!

What do you live on?

You always sleep alone?

Almost always.

Don't hang out in Montmartre, kid.

You'll end up a pavement princess.

Should a girl like you

be out till 5:
00 a.m.?

What?

I saw you in Pigalle

with a Yank, eating fries.

I like fries.

What attracts you

to this neighborhood?

That's easy enough.

The lights. The big cars.

The music in the nightclubs.

The bubbly! Right?

See you again?

- Why not?

See you later.

- Your pal's nice.

- A nice little guy.

The check!

How much?

- Eighty.

What do we do now?

We?

Time you went beddy-bye.

At your place?

- Got any money?

- Plenty. Three hundred francs.

Get a hotel room. 'Night, kid.

- Good night, Bob.

- 'Night, Yvonne.

C'mon.

You, wait outside!

So there you are!

Have a seat.

Now talk.

- I've nothing to say.

Really?

Then I'll bust you for procuring.

Know what a repeat offender's good for?

You're a dead duck.

But I'm working. I sell threads.

- To a certain Lydia?

- She's a girlfriend, Lieutenant!

You got a funny way with girlfriends.

I was in a bad mood.

Well, your moods are over.

Look at my tax form.

You can see I'm a working man.

You can't nail me as a pimp.

"Anyone who admits to living

with a prostitute is a procurer."

That's the new law, buddy!

Unless I...

- Unless...?

- I fix things.

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Jean-Pierre Melville

Jean-Pierre Melville (French: [mɛlvil]; born Jean-Pierre Grumbach; 20 October 1917 – 2 August 1973) was a French filmmaker. While with the French Resistance during World War II, he adopted the nom de guerre Melville as a tribute to his favorite American author Herman Melville. He kept it as his stage name once the war was over. Spiritual father of the French New Wave, he influenced the new generation of filmmakers in Asia (John Woo, Ringo Lam, Johnnie To, etc) and in America (Michael Mann, Quentin Tarantino, William Friedkin). more…

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