"Du rififi chez les hommes" (1955), directed by the exiled American film director Jules Dassin, recounts the nail-biting tale of a Parisian gangster heist gone wrong. Famed for its extended dialog free robbery sequence, it is both a classic French film noir and one of the greatest, most influential crime films. In this lively companion to the film, Alastair Phillips reveals Dassin's role(More)
About The Author
The author of this title is associate professor, Department of Film and Television Studies, University of Warwick. His publications include "City of Darkness, City of Light", "Emigre Filmmakers in Paris 1929-1939", "100 Film Noirs" (with Jim Hillier), "Journeys of Desire", and "European Actors in Hollywood" (with Ginette Vincendeau).
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