Pickpocket

Pickpocket

DVD - 2005 | French
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Robert Bresson's masterful investigation of crime and redemption tells the story of arrogant young Michel, who spends his days learning the art of picking pockets in the streets, subway cars, and train stations of Paris.
Publisher: [United States] : Janus Films, 2005
ISBN: 9780780030329
078003032X
Branch Call Number: DVD F Pic French

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Annieoywong
Jun 18, 2017

An interesting movie about the tricks of pickpocketing.

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Maoisdead
Jun 02, 2017

Ultimately inexplicable, this concentrated, elliptical, economical movie is an experience that never loses its strangeness.

Marinetti May 02, 2016

Great film from one of the masters.

Vincent T Lombardo Jan 27, 2016

A very interesting movie about a career criminal. (It is fascinating to see the methods used by the pickpockets.) However, the ending was disappointing.

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Tj2C
Oct 25, 2014

It is interesting to see the tricks of pickpocketing.

theorbys Jun 30, 2014

Outstanding, original film making from a great master.

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sdelao
Aug 14, 2012

Love Robert Bresson. This is a little gem of a movie of a man who finds his luck may be running out on his daily criminal ways. Recommend!

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jaqmartial1
Dec 16, 2011

Un film un peu noir et triste.

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