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Aaron Jones 1 year ago
Evokes the style/intent of Italian Neorealism, with Bresson's own twist on the material.
antoshka 4 years ago
Classic! I love this film!
Austin 5 years ago
Certainly one of Bresson's best movies, as it has remained both mysterious and engaging.
Matteo Satta 11 months ago
Davide MrBlonde over 2 years ago
Jennifer Kaiser almost 3 years ago
Gorilla Romero almost 3 years ago
Lino Monteiro 3 years ago
Anastasia Loule almost 4 years ago
Jim Barton almost 6 years ago
James Reid over 6 years ago
Dániel Rudolf over 6 years ago
Yoolk Jm almost 7 years ago
Pickpocket is a 1959 film by the French director Robert Bresson. It starred Martin LaSalle, who was a nonprofessional actor at the time, in the title role, with Marika Green as the ingénue. It was the first film Bresson wrote the screenplay for rather than "adapting it from an existing text." As in Diary of a Country Priest, some screen time is devoted to the protagonist's writings, and, as in A Man Escaped, the protagonist's voice is heard more in the voiceover than in dialogue. Michel (Martin LaSalle) goes to a horse race and steals some money from a spectator. He leaves the racetrack confident he was not caught when he's suddenly arrested. The inspector (Jean Pélégri) releases Michel because the evidence is not strong enough; Michel says it's not a crime to have cash. Visiting his mother, Michel meets Jeanne (Marika Green) who begs him to visit his mother more often. Jacques goes on a date with Jeanne and invites Michel along. But after stealing a watch, Michel leaves Jacques and...
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