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Description: After a quiet fishing trip, Rockford is tricked into taking over a fellow PI's situation involving alleged Police misconduct, which lands him in the hospital, hounded by a pretty reporter, and out of favor with the whole Police Deapartment. Meanwhile Angel tries to money in on the publicity by selling a film about Rockford's life.
Description: A large explosion in a pulp mill causes a lot of damage. The police suspect a crime and place up a 5,000 Tag reward for notification leading to the arrest of the perpetrator. Egged on by his wife Ursula, the insurance agent Rolf Kettner sees his possibility to prove his detective capabilities and to track down the culprit.
Description: "René la Canne" was the second collaboration between Francis Girod and Ennio Morricone, coming after "Le Trio Infernal" (1974) and before "La Banquière" (1980). His movie is an adaptation of a storyline by Roger Borniche about the gangster René Girier and relates the wonderful journeys of a flamboyant mobster (René/Gérard Depardieu) and a maverick police inspector (Fernand la Sournoise/Michel Piccoli), through the 1940s.
Description: Ernest, Ted and August fulfill their mate Carl's dying want and take him to Heidelberg, where they all first met 45 years ago, to see his old girlfriend one last time. However, the locals won't talk about her, due to a WW2 secret.
Description: Kua and Teriki will later receive married. They live on the distant Tureia island in the French Polynesia, Pacific Ocean and have just been said that something is wrong with their son Maokis heart. It is a consequence of living only 100 km away from the island of Moruroa, where France has inspected 193 atom bombs for 30 years. Few of their family members are sick and Moruroa can later collapse, which can lead to a tsunami likely to drown all of them. Vive La France is a private and intimate storyline about harvesting the consequences of the French atomic program.
Description: Pretty uncompromising politician Mona Dengler is investigating the tobacco industry. Tomboyish bodyguard and single mother Johanna Sieber is assigned to protect her. This endangers Johanna's son. Mona unexpectedly falls for her.
Description: An evil doctor kidnaps, drugs and hypnotises young girls into becoming killers and sex slaves. John Leslie plays a cop who tracks down and tries to foil the nefarious scheme. Then, his own sister is recruited into the doctor's workforce and is sent out to slay him.
Description: Larry Willis and Bill Wane are safety guards who ride in the back of Banks Co. armored trucks. When they barely avoid a robbery, they return to headquarters, where their boss John Hale introduces them to detective Tom Sheridan, who will be working with them to uncover a fresh gang of robbers.
Description: When an unknown assailant viciously murders the participants in a bank robbery and murder case, it should be a situation of vigilante justice - that is, if the two situations are connected. That's for the police to decide - and it's a puzzle that becomes more mysterious with every fresh clue.
Description: Notorious racketeer Joe Albany kills James Flowers when he discovers he is embezzling from the club they own. Joe escapes through a window and hails a taxi, but when he gets nervous at the sound of sirens, he jumps out. Hardware salesman Peter Harris accidentally hits Joe with his car, and unharmed, Joe seizes this occasion to hide in Peter's car. Peter is so drunk that Joe is able to con him into believing that he is Charles Edwards, a fellow hardware boy who was with him at a convention, and in the guise of friendship, accompanies Peter to his suburban home. The next morning, Joe gets antsy and wants to leave, but Peter's family, his wife Mary, young son Robert and daughter Jane all entreat him to stay.
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Saw this on a rented dvd several days back. The trailer n premise was intriguing for me. Definitely for blokes who liked Marshland, Memories of murder n Real Detective. It is about a sick n pervert serial assassin n also about an innocent boy who is place behind bars for the murders. The movie explains the actions n consequences of both these men. Warning, this movie is very grisly n the necrophiliac scenes r explained in features rather than off screen which i wud have preferred. Also the male rape n torture scenes were too much. I feel the director went overboard with the grisly scenes but he did a terrific job in making a nice serial assassin film. The night time photography is striking. It is eerie n atmospheric. The direction, acting n cinematography r all nice but they required some work on the editing.
"Strangled" is the international game of the Hungarian horror/thriller "A Martfüi Rém" – which roughly translates as "The Martfü Monster" – that is set in the politically turbulent period of the late fifties and early sixties, and is based on the real storyline of a vicious serial assassin that terrorized a tiny industrial town. I reckon that each country has its own morbid serial assassin case, and this is definitely one of the darkest pages in the history ebook of Hungary. "Strangled" is a very intense, stoic and grisly movie and writer/director Árpád Sopsits certainly didn't bother to palliate the facts. In 1957, in the tiny community of Martfü where almost everybody works in the shoe factory, the corpse of a young girl is discovered in the river. The police are place under a lot of pressure to solve the crime and inspectors Botá and Katona quickly arrest the victim's low and gullible boyfriend Akos Reti. When Reti confesses, he gets sentenced to life-imprisonment while inspector Katona gets promoted to district attorney. Seven years later, however, the mutilated bodies of multiple girls are once more discovered in Martfü, and a several women who narrowly survived the encounter with their aggressor are scarred and traumatized for life. Botá receives a brand new, young and ambitious colleague who wants to re-open the 1957-case, because they may have convicted the wrong boy to prison, but the district attorney Katona is too concerned about his reputation and obstructs the investigation. In parallel, the movie depicts how Akos Reti literally decays in prison and even follows around the true murderer as he prepares for his next sickening and repulsive crime. The movie benefices tremendously from the gloomy time period and the sensitive political climate that both have been wondrously recreated! Practically the whole city of Martfü's population of Martfü comes walking out of the bombastic shoe factory gates. The folks return to their small grey homes or depressing apartment blocks, while the more influential authority figures arrogantly refer to every another as "Comrade" and revert to corruption in order to save their slightly more luxurious social position. "Strangled" allegedly was a giant box-office success in its home country, which is surprising because the topics matter is extremely sinister and director Sopsits certainly doesn't restrain on showing uncompromising violence and misogynist cruelty. Many sequences are not for the squeamish, including bits of necrophilia, and the atmosphere is continuously bleak with eerie melody and desolate photography. The movie isn't entirely flawless, mind you. With 118 (!) minutes, "Strangled" is about 20-25 mins too long. There are few moments of long silence between the lead characters, but those sequences are suspenseful and shouldn't have been cut. Instead, we should have done with fewer dialogues between the coppers about their cover- ups.
Police hunt a predator in 50s Hungary, while other boy rots in prison for the crimesIn a nation still reeling in the aftermath of a crushed uprising vs their Soviet overlords, a girl is murdered and raped after leaving her job at the local shoe factory. A lover is rounded up, he admits to the crime and is sentenced to life, and the townsfolk continue their existence. Yet seven years soon Martfű is beset by related murders, and the race is on for the police to unravel the mystery.Strangled is an engrossing if challenging work, echoing some of the nice crime thrillers while maintaining a local flavour. The setting itself captures the drabness so associated with the Eastern bloc of the Cold War, shots of workers streaming out of the shoe factory reminiscent of Metropolis. There is also no attempt to shy away from the heinous crimes, and neither does director Árpád Sopsits allow the period setting overpower the movie narrative.The graphic nature of Strangled's depiction of murder and necrophilia at first come across as close to mere sordid titillation. As the movie progresses, it becomes clear how necessary it is to depict these scenes within the plot, giving an concept of what these girls and the community as a entire had to suffer. The drunk local cop, the precocious outside detective, the commander who wants the entire thing shut down quickly with no loose ends. We've seen all these hero templates before, but that's not to tell they're all adequately delivered here. It's also clear that in this Iron Curtain environment no-one is to be trusted, and no-one is going to give you a medal for doing the right thing.Though while there is a lot of talk of how the town of Martfű is paralyzed with fear, rarely does the audience feel it outside of the core characters focused on. A greater focus on the community and a tiny less on the police machinations should have aided the overall film.There is also a tacit belief in the audience's previous awareness of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising, which affects the investigation into the initial murder. It is refreshing to see an international movie which is not scared to say a storyline without pandering to outside audiences, though an unawareness of this happening should leave viewers somewhat confused at points.The production is well made without being flashy, dramatic set-pieces fitting in well with the overall drive of the police to catch the killer. A particular highlight is Inspector Zoltán (Péter Bárnai), racing a train to see if the features of a situation match up. There are also fleeting moments of beauty in this film, shining out amongst the monotony of the city and the horror of the crimes. Though a grim sense of inevitability pervades some of the happenings in Strangled, there is plenty of twists and turns right up to the film's final moments. Strands of the movies successfully interweave, both the supposed assassin in prison (played well by Gábor Jászberényi), and the assassin on the loose. Only a couple of scenes feel unnecessary in this taut and engrossing plot, its basis on real happenings adding to its verisimilitude.christophermarchant.wordpress.com
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