Belmondo Cane

A new edition of The Forgotten, featuring, for the first time, Jean-Paul Belmondo, in a dopey slice of thick-ear called LE PROFESSIONAL, which answers the gnawing question “What kind of film would Melville make with heavy concussion?” The answer: a 1981 Georges Lautner one.

Here you are.

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4 Responses to “Belmondo Cane”

  1. “It’s also a bit racist.”

    I’m shocked – shocked!

  2. I had no idea Belmondo did comedy until I saw LE TRIBULATIONS D’ UN CHINOIS EN CHINE, and a scene in drag!

  3. Quite a bit of comedy, especially with Broca.

    The movie tries to be less racist by giving Belmondo a black friend at the start, but he never has a name and then he dies stupidly in act one…

  4. “The movie tries to be less racist by giving Belmondo a black friend at the start, but he never has a name and then he dies stupidly in act one…”

    I’m shocked – SHOCKED!

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