L'exécutrice

(1986)
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Martine is a tough female cop trying to solve the kidnapping of young Caroline by a gang of pornographers. She already has an accomplice inside the gang feeding her information, but progress is hindered by her own police commissioner. In her private live, Martine likes to hang around with her male colleagues, swapping a younger cop for the more mature and experienced Jean.

  1. Michel Caputo

    Writer

  2. Michel Caputo

    Director

  3. René Chateau

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Brigitte Lahaie

    Brigitte Lahaie

    Martine

  2. Michel Modo

    Michel Modo

    Le commissaire

  3. Pierre Oudrey

    Valmont

  4. Michel Godin

    Antoine

  5. Betty Champeval

    Bleck

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L'exécutrice
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  • January 15, 1986
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 26m

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