Gamblers (Les Mauvais joueurs)
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Gamblers (Les Mauvais joueurs)
The young French writer-director Frederic Balekdjian makes his feature bow with The Gamblers (Les mauvaises joueurs), a gritty urban crime drama and coming-of-age tale that has borne favorable comparisons to Scorsese's Mean Streets, Robert Mulligan's Bloodbrothers, and James Toback's Fingers. Pascal Elbe portrays Vahe, a con man running scams in the Parisian garment district with his buddies, whose sensitive conscience outstrips his career. After Vahe's girlfriend splits, he befriends her illegal immigrant brother, Yuen - and soon becomes enmeshed in a bitter dispute between… More

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"A semi-interesting yet seriously familiar crime drama that'll capably fill 90 bored minutes without actively impressing you in any real way."
‑ Scott Weinberg, DVDTalk.com
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