Le Grand pardon (Grand Pardon) (1982) - Rotten Tomatoes

Le Grand pardon (Grand Pardon) (1982)





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A Jewish Mafia-like family is running a prostitution ring, selling "protection," and operating gambling casinos -- more or less with impunity, and at peace with their Arab counterparts -- until a young gangster (Bernard Giraudeau) decides to pit the two ethnic factions against each other. Jewish cultural and religious events are celebrated by the Jewish gangsters, who promote family traditions -- in contrast to the police inspector who has no family and is out to do them all in. Focusing on the Jewish mob boss, the story has him undergoing some personal rehabilitation in the end. Actually, comparing the merits of ethnically and religiously different mobs of gangsters might be a little like comparing the respective beauty of a pair of week-old corpses. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi


Roger Hanin
as Raymond Beitoun
Jean-Louis Trintignant
as Commissaire Douche
Bernard Giraudeau
as Pascal Villars
Robert Hossein
as Manuel Carreras
Richard Berry
as Maurice Beitoun
Jean-Pierre Bacri
as Jacky Azouli
Armand Mestral
as Freddy Amprosi
Jean Benguigui
as Albert Zecri
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