|Directed by||Claude Lelouch|
|Produced by||Georges Dancigers
|Written by||Claude Lelouch
|Music by||Francis Lai|
|Edited by||Marie-Claude Lacambre|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
Le Voyou, also known as The Crook, is a highly stylized French action film which follows Simon the Swiss during his largest heist. Directed by Claude Lelouch in 1970, and starring Jean-Louis Trintignant, the movie makes use of several cinematic techniques to convey the elusive nature of the title character, including a circular narrative, dialogue littered with conflicting statements, flashbacks, musical montage, multiple styles of film editing, misaligned sound editing, and a movie within the movie.
- Jean-Louis Trintignant as Simon Duroc, or "The Swiss"
- Danièle Delorme as Janine
- Charles Gérard as Charlot
- Christine Lelouch as Martine
- Charles Denner as Mr Gallois
- Amidou as Bill
- Judith Magre as Mrs Gallois
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