La French || The good really don't live long!

I have never been to France, but I was a guest in Marseille in 1970 with the movie La French, which was produced in 2014, from the audience seat.

Although I spent a long time like 2 hours and 14 minutes during the film, I must say that I left my seat quite satisfied. The fact that the film was based on a true story added extra flavour.


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Marseille has become one of the major drug centres of Europe and the world and drug barons have infiltrated the police. Pierre Michel (played by Jean Dujardin) is a newly appointed judge in Marseille. His aim is to clean the city from drugs and the organisations behind them.

Frankly speaking, I found even the subject of the film exciting. We can experience from the environments we live in how difficult it is to bring down such secret power, behind the scenes and protected by someone. I remember a common saying about this; does a dog bite a dog?

The existence of people who are both loyal and in love with their duties is important in terms of ensuring the security of the streets. Those who always use the power of their seat to protect those in favour of the law are the people who fulfil their profession properly. In the film La French, Judge Pierre is a brave man who does not hesitate to use his duty and power to protect those in favour of the law.


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Although the film seems to be a flat production without exaggerated scenes and events, it followed a route that was faithful to the flow of events and the story from beginning to end. It is a straight line, but a line in the success column.

I liked the stubborn personality of Jean Dujardin in the role of Pierre Michel, who never gives up and never gives up. While he was out in the world, while he was taking on the drug barons, he was helpless against his wife at home; It was the reward for his happiness and striving for his children. In this respect, I think there is a perfect ebb and flow in the film. In a way, he is a lion on the outside and a cat at home! I say this in a positive sense because that's the way it should be, aren't most of us like that in real life anyway?

Maybe that's the way it should be. One is foreign minister, the other is home minister, lolol


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I recommend you to watch the film La French. I found it very successful, I am also assertive enough to say that it was one of the best few French films I watched. Although I forget a film I watch after a certain time and I can watch it again to remember it. La French was one of the best films I remembered.

2 passports and a letter from the head of state!

I think this key promise has the power to open the mouth of anyone who chooses to remain silent! Sometimes you know something but you can't prove it. Instead of looking for a confession, another proof, you can say I didn't see/hear/speak and look to the future, leaving the past behind. And as a rich person. Or you can live an honourable life by doing whatever needs to be done at the cost of your life.


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If you want to watch a moving, thought-provoking and dramatic ending, turn on the film La French! The good really don't live long!



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Movies that are built on true story truly make one to feel satisfied since it would be just as a lessons to make a living in the right way.
This is a good movie, a very nice review here.

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Thank you, you are absolutely right; real productions give more pleasure while watching.

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