Les ripoux

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Year:
1984
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ROTTEN COPS:

We could also postpone it

to next week.

Anyway, he'll be here

sooner or later.

I don't know what I ate,

but my stomach hurts.

He's not showing up anymore.

Normally, he comes at 2.

Tomorrow, second race: Narima.

It's her race.

But it's not certain.

-What do you know about horses?

It'll pay 20:
1, at least.

Shit, that's him.

Ok, buddy.

Go get your profits.

Should be at least

ten thousand.

Ten thousand at 20:1...

We'll make him cry.

We'll wait near his house.

Come on, drive, Pierrot.

That's his garage.

Don't move.

Give us the money.

The cops!

Police. Take it easy.

-Calm down. Police.

What happened?

-They attacked me.

Who?

-I don't know.

D2, PS18.

Mugging in the Rue Gabrielle.

Twee suspects are running

in the direction of La Butte.

Shit, Pierrot. That way.

Go, hurry.

They can't catch the both of us.

One of us can escape.

Let me arrest you.

Why me?

-Because it was my idea.

Inspector Boisrond.

I've got this one here.

The other one went this way.

Follow me.

Inspector Boisrond. This way.

He disappeared into that park.

Search it all.

Ok. Go.

Do you know who you arrested?

-I don't see much in the dark.

Shit! Pierrot?

Tell me it's not true.

Not you.

Of course, this has to

happen to me.

I can't understand why a

guy like him would do that.

As if I didn't have enough

of a headache.

Maybe I shouldn't have arrested him.

-I would have done the same.

I don't want to justify

what he did, but...

...the guy he was after

is a well known pimp...

A business man,

innocent until proven guilty.

He was only taking his profits home.

-His whores' profits, you mean.

Does that give Pierrot the right to attack him?

-No, but it was still a pimp.

Would Pierrot have given

the money back to the girls...

...if he had succeeded?

-No, I wouldn't go that far.

So he would have become

a pimp. Bravo!

Listen, Ren, sometimes we have

a 'Pierrot' in the police force.

But luckily, they're mostly

people like you.

They're good. No fakes.

The best glasses.

Straight from Las Vegas to Barbs.

Please sit down.

Try your luck.

It's very easy, gentlemen.

Your bets, please, gentlemen.

4. The gentleman won.

-It was 6.

Shut up, he's a cop!

1, 2...

3,4...

-Beautiful, madam.

Your bets, please.

Thank you.

You look wonderful. Beautiful.

No fakes.

Straight from Las Vegas to Barbs.

Thank you, sir. That's

200, 300 and 400 on top of your 500 francs.

Thank you.

Hello, Marcel.

-Hello.

Give me a nice leg of lamb.

That one.

One beautiful leg of lamb.

Put it on my bill, madam.

-Yes, as usual.

Police, open up.

Isn't Pierrot with you?

-No, he got held up.

Isn't that a bit much for two?

Boss, Abdel owes me 5000

since 2 weeks.

From poker?

-Yes. I'm broke.

And he doesn't want to pay.

Everything alright, Abdel?

I swear. I was just about...

Give it to me.

And please.

For travel expenses.

Please wrap it up as a gift.

Thank you. Thank you all.

You cut it.

You shouldn't have.

-It's only a small thing.

Don't push.

You'll all get some.

You shouldn't have done that.

-It's my pleasure, boss.

I also have a gift for you,

my dear Boisrond.

They sent us a young inspector from Epinal

to replace Pierrot.

I'm counting on you

to show him the ropes.

Sign here, please.

That's the 6th time in 4 months

that they stole my handbag.

And you do nothing.

I don't put anything in it anymore, but...

-I understand.

Sign, please. Thank you.

Hello, Ren.

Excuse me. Please.

This is inspector Franois Lesbuche.

I'm handing him over to you.

Put down your suitcase.

It won't be stolen.

Hello, I'm from Epinal.

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