A Cop (Un Flic)
A Cop (Un Flic) (2013)

Edouard Coleman (Alain Delon) spends his days and nights chasing criminals, but doesn't see the crook right under his nose. Simon (Richard Crenna), a smooth nightclub owner, works with a small crew to execute daring heists with big… More

Rated: PG
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Release Date: April 19, 2013
DVD Release Date: March 22, 2005
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Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times

Though not among Melville's classics, "Un Flic" is a pleasure to experience.

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Dave Kehr
Chicago Reader

A murky disappointment.

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Tim Cogshell
Alt Film Guide

Jean-Pierre Melville's last film, Un Flic / A Cop (1972), is a late noir classic...

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Keith Uhlich
Time Out

Delon and Crenna paint an idealized portrait of masculine camaraderie, one that's exposed at the end of Melville's bracing last testament as a soul-shattering illusion.

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Time Out

A bitter meditation on disenchantment and defeat, as glacial and hermetic as Deneuve's face.

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Tina Hassannia
Slant Magazine

There's a distinct vein of misanthropic defeat coursing in this film that's encoded into empty gestures and portrayals of people who appear to only be going through the motions.

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Simon Abrams
Village Voice

A fitting final act for noir master Jean-Pierre Melville ...

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Janet Maslin
New York Times

Mr. Melville's obsession with technical information is sometimes taken to lengths that border on the crazy.

Fernando F. Croce

Chilling perfection is Melville's epitath

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Flixster Audience Score: 70% Flixster User Reviews
Stephen M
While still a fine movie in its own right, there is precious little going on in Melville's final offering that followers of his work will not have seen… More
Walter M.
[font=Century Gothic]Written and directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, "Un Flic" is a stylish heist movie with minimal dialogue(There is narration at the… More
danny d
melville blends his usual style with a gripping crime story that tracks every detail as parts of the story unfold in almost real time. the only drawback might… More
Eric Broome
Jean-Pierre Melville's final project is a blue-toned caper film with two extended heist sequences and several long stretches without dialogue. Alain Delon… More