Un flic

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Un flic
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original film poster
Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville
Produced by Robert Dorfmann
Written by Jean-Pierre Melville
Starring Alain Delon
Catherine Deneuve
Richard Crenna
Music by Michel Colombier
Cinematography Walter Wottitz
Edited by Patricia Nény
Release dates October 1972 (France)
Running time 98 min.
Country France / Italy
Language French
Box office $8,831,458[1]

Un flic (English: A Cop, also known as Dirty Money) is a 1972 French film, the last directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. It stars Alain Delon, Catherine Deneuve, and Richard Crenna.

Plot[edit]

Four men rob a bank in Saint-Jean-de-Monts.[2] A detective (Delon) tries to catch the team responsible for the lethal bank robbery, foil a drug smuggling operation, and hold on to his mistress (Deneuve), whom he shares with a nightclub owner (Crenna), his friend and a prime suspect in the robbery. Adding to the detective's troubles is a transvestite informant who seems to have a crush on him.

Cast and crew[edit]

The crew included Sophie Tati (editing department) and Pierre Tati (second assistant director), the son and daughter of Jacques Tati.

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