L'Appat (1995)

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Original Title : Appât, L'
Director : Bertrand Tavernier
Writer : Morgan Sportes
Bertrand Tavernier
Colo Tavernier
Genre : Crime
Country : France
Language : French
Producer : Frédéric Bourboulon , René Cleitman
Music : Philippe Haïm
Photography : Alain Choquart
Distributor : Bac Films
IMDB ID : 0112387
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L'Appat (1995) - Bertrand Tavernier


Marie Gillain Nathalie
Olivier Sitruk Eric
Bruno Putzulu Bruno
Richard Berry Alain
Philippe Duclos Antoine
Marie Ravel Karine
Clotilde Courau Patricia
Jean-Louis Richard Innkeeper
Christophe Odent Laurent
Jean-Paul Comart Michel
Philippe Héliès Pierre
Jacky Nercessian M. Tapiro (Nathalie's boss
Alain Sarde Philippe
Daniel Russo Jean-Pierre
Philippe Torreton Chief cop
François Berléand Insp. Durieux
François Levantal Cop
Thierry Gimenez Cop
Isabelle Sadoyan Eric's grandmother
Laurent Arnal Vincent
Jeanne Goupil Nathalie's mother
Fulvio Trogli Barman in restaurant
Carole Pommes Female cop
Claire Vidoni Female cop
Bobby Pacha Bobby
Arnaud Churin Suburbanite
Myriam Balassiano Nathalie's sister
Sandrine Desio Waitress
Laurent Klug Waiter
Thierry Beccaro Game show host
Françoise Descarrega Petit rôle (uncredited


Three adolescents, a girl who serves as the priming and two boys, kill two men cold blooded who were known by the girl only for to steal the money of them. With the money the three want to open a shop for clothing in the United States. But their dream turns out to be more difficult to realize than the assassination.


Hubba hubba, 28 February 2006 Author: TrompeyNo from United States I just wanted to see another of this director. This Marie Gillain is an off the chart (pause) BABE. Not half believable in this treatment, but well-done. 'Fargo' did it much, much better. Then again, this one has this scrumptious filly. I just stared in awe.If the point of this movie is to make you loathe the protagonists, it worked. I was actively hoping for someone to go Irreversible on these cabbageheads. So, the difference between this and Fargo is that you are challenged not to hate Steve Buscemi because he's got booty for miles. Alternately, Fargo has evocative alpine whiteness to enthrall you, the lock for this one is an occasionally naked French tart.This is another movie that has girls taking a bath together, having a casual conversation. The new pillow fight.