Les ripoux

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Year:
1984
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-Yes, I know. I know.

Have you got a place to stay?

-No, I'm still looking.

Across the road, there's the

Louxor hotel. Practical and affordable.

Hello, do you have a room?

-No, we're booked out.

I see.

Can I make a phone call?

Is it local?

-Yes.

Go ahead.

-Thanks.

What, 'booked out'?

-I can go somewhere else.

Stay where you are.

I'm coming over.

Come with me.

Come with me.

Why are you still here?

We're booked out.

I'm waiting for a friend.

-Get lost.

So you're booked out?

Yes, chief.

Inspector.

We'll check that.

Let's start.

Let's go.

It's true.

-I'll find a room somewhere else.

Police. Open up!

Police. Open up, please.

-Open up. Police.

Damn!

-My purse!

Quietly. Take it easy.

There you go.

Two whores, one illegal alien.

That's three empty rooms.

Excuse me. We didn't have

time to clean up.

No problem.

I could have found a room somewhere else.

That's what you think.

Everything could have been booked out.

I don't know Epinal, but

I guess it's not like Paris

No.

Hello.

Hello.

Do they all know you?

-I've been working here for 20 years.

I've taken them all in at least once.

You get to know them.

That's a nice little gang of pickpockets.

Three of them.

Nr 1 walks into the guy. Nr 2 takes

his wallet...

... and Nr 3 walks away with it.

Yes, I saw them steal the wallet.

-Well done, no?

Caught red-handed. Do we arrest them?

-No, you're here to learn.

To see how they operate.

There's plenty of time

to take them in.

One thing can't wait, though:

food.

Hello, everybody.

-Hello, Ren.

Hello, old man.

-Hello, Ren.

Thanks. Would you like an aperitif?

-No thanks. I don't drink.

I see.

I know it's not polite

to read at the table.

Yes, of course.

-Alright.

Are you reading the penal code?

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