Tir à vue (1984)

Dir: Marc Angelo


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Richard, a small-time hoodlum, robs a gun shop and then commits a hold-up. He meets Marilyn and falls immediately in love with her. Together, they form a modern Bonnie and Clyde, driven by a zest for living to rob and kill as and when it suits them...
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Film Review

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Tir à vue is a French film drama first released in France on 5th September 1984, directed by Marc Angelo. The film stars Sandrine Bonnaire, Laurent Malet, Jean Carmet, Michel Jonasz and Michel Stano.   It is a Lira Eléphant production, produced by Raymond Danon and distributed by Parafrance Films.  

Our overall rating for Tir à vue is: mediocre - watchable, but not unless you have something better to do,

The actor Sandrine Bonnaire has also appeared in: Police (1985), Monsieur Hire (1989), Jeanne la Pucelle II - Les prisons (1994) and La Cérémonie (1995).

Other drama films of the 1980s from France that are worth watching include: Jean Becker's L'Été meurtrier (1983), Claude Berri's Manon des sources (1986), Robert Enrico's Pile ou face (1980), Maurice Pialat's Sous le soleil de Satan (1987) and Claude Chabrol's Une affaire de femmes (1988).

Film Credits

  • Director: Marc Angelo
  • Script: Yves Mourot (dialogue)
  • Cinematographer: Charles Van Damme
  • Music: Gabriel Yared
  • Cast: Sandrine Bonnaire (Marilyn), Laurent Malet (Richard), Jean Carmet (L'inspecteur Robert Casti), Michel Jonasz (L'inspecteur Daniel Galo), Michel Stano (L'inspecteur Vidal), Pierre Londiche (Le substitut), Eric Picou (Le gandin), Salah Teskouk (Salem), Frédéric Berthereau (Le gosse), Jean-Claude Bouillaud (Blanchard), Jacques Burloux (Le pompiste), Marie-Françoise Freulat (L'employée des 'Bains-Douches'), Sonia Laroze (Madeleine Vasti), Max Morel (L'amoureux des armes), Yves Mourot (Le garçon de café), Jean-Marie Balembois, Claudia Coste, Helena Henriksson, Anne-Marie Jabraud, David Kodsi, Chrystelle Labaude, François Landry
  • Editor: Nelly Quettier
  • Producer: Raymond Danon
  • Production company: Lira Eléphant
  • Country: France
  • Language: -
  • Support: Color
  • Runtime: 90 min

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