The film story depicts Emile Buisson, following the death of his wife and child, escaping from a psychiatric institution in 1947 and returning to Paris. Buisson, who three years later would become France's public enemy number one, begins a murderous rampage through the French capital. The opening scene shows reluctant detective (flic is the French slang equivalent of \"cop\" in English) Borniche, who is given the case and pursues Buisson for three years, while the latter evades capture by killing informants and anyone else he feels may give him away. Borniche, who unlike his colleagues, prides himself in a methodical approach, hunts Buisson through numerous alleyway chases, rooftop pursuits, car chases and gunfights, while putting his lover Catherine (Auger) in danger.
Cop Story (Flic Story) is a 1975 French crime movie directed by Jacques Deray. The movie is based on the real story of police inspector Roger Borniche (Alain Delon) and criminal Émile Buisson (Jean-Louis Trintignant).
Police inspectors Roger Borniche (Alain Delon), Hidoine (Henri Guybet) and Darros (Denis Manuel) are armed with MAB Model D pistols. This is historically correct weapon for French police of late 1940s-early 1950s when the story takes place.
This movie depicts the authentic story of the hunt for the dangerous criminal Emile Buisson, who escaped from prison in 1947. During three years Buisson manages to hide from detective Borniche by repeatedly killing his informants. When he's finally caught with help from the little criminal Paul, Buisson will have committed more than 100 robberies and killed 30 people.
The story of the famous French criminal Émile Buisson, who escaped from prison in 1947, how he escaped from detective Borniche, and how he got arrested after committing over 100 murders and robberies.
The story of the famous French criminal Émile Buisson, who escaped from prison in 1947, how he escaped from detective Borniche, and how he got arrested after committing over 100...Read more murders and robberies.
Size: 22\" x 32\"Price: $85Condition: Folded/Rolled, Near Mint Watch clip on YouTube (French)This is a 22\" x 32\" Polish poster designed by Andrej Klimowski for the1975 Jacques Deray film Flic Story AKA Dirty Money basedon the autobiography of Roger Borniche, screenplay by Alphonse Boudardand Jacques Deray and starring Alain Delon as Roger Borniche. Plotsummary: The film tells the true story of the three-year huntbeginning in 1947 for escaped criminal Emile Buisson [Jean-LouisTrintignant] by Detective Borniche.This item is available for immediate shipment. It is variously known to the public as a Dirty Money poster, a Dirty Money film poster and a Dirty Money movie poster.Put It in the Cart Add to, See CartSee Cart Now :
Flic Story French: Il était une fois un flic is a French crime thriller released on October 1, 1975, based on the autobiography of the same name written by French police detective Roger Borniche. Both film and book portray Borniche's nine-year pursuit of French gangster and murderer Emile Buisson, who was executed on February 28, 1956. Directed by Jacques Deray, the film stars Alain Delon and Jean-Louis Trintignant as Borniche and Buisson respectively, supported by Claudine Auger and André Pousse. 59ce067264