Yves Boisset’s “Un condé” (from the French slang for cop) is a sort of Gallic “Dirty Harry”, a police thriller that raises awkward questions about how far across the line the good guys can step in order to clear up society’s mess
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Yves Boisset’s “Un condé” (from the French slang for cop) is a sort of Gallic “Dirty Harry”, a police thriller that raises awkward questions about how far across the line the good guys can step in order to clear up society’s mess. Inspector Favenin (Michel Bouquet) undoubtedly goes too far. When his idealistic but ineffectual partner is killed pursuing the culprits of a gang revenge attack (a pursuit instigated by Favenin himself), the embittered cop, realising that conventional police methods won’t work, takes matters into his own hands. IMDB
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