Speaking of Murder (1957)

18 04/12/1957 (FR) ThrillerCrimeDrama 1h 35m
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The master plan - the split-second timing - the unexpected flaw...the crime that shocked Paris!


Louis Bertain is the owner of a Paris garage which is the front for a robbery gang. He and his accomplices are careful to keep up a civic veneer by day, indulging in criminal activities only when "the red light is on" at night. This status quo is upset when one of the gang members becomes convinced that Louis' younger brother is a police informer.

  1. Gilles Grangier

    Director, Writer

  2. Auguste Le Breton


  3. Michel Audiard


Top Billed Cast

  1. Jean Gabin

    Jean Gabin

    Louis Bertain/Louis le blond

  2. Annie Girardot

    Annie Girardot


  3. Lino Ventura

    Lino Ventura


  4. Paul Frankeur

    Paul Frankeur


  5. Marcel Bozzuffi

    Marcel Bozzuffi


  6. Albert Dinan

    Albert Dinan

    l'inspecteur Pluvier

  7. Antonin Berval

  8. Thomy Bourdelle

    Thomy Bourdelle

    le catcheur

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Speaking of Murder
Speaking of Murder

Original Title Le rouge est mis

Status Released

Original Language French

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