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Les marchands de sable (The Sandmen) (2000)





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A group of twenty-something bohemians fall into a life of crime that's more dangerous than they imagined in this drama from France. Alain (Serge Raiboukine) runs Le Detour, a small cafe in Paris where Antoine (Mathieu Demy) works. Antoine is reunited with his sister Marie (Marina Golovine) when she's released from prison; they are very close, perhaps abnormally so, but she's not aware that Antoine has fallen into cahoots with Stephane (Guillaume Depardieu), who works as a waiter at another cafe. Damien (Robert Castel), a local businessman, is pressuring Alain to expand Le Detour, and cut his nephew Xavier (Patrick Lizana) in for a percentage as a manager. While Alain waffles on Damien's proposal, Xavier offers Antoine a chance to make some money under the table by delivering some drugs to a cadre of dealers. Antoine makes the drop and picks up the payment, but runs off with the money rather than bringing it back to Xavier, which proves to have tragic consequences for Antoine and his friends. Les Marchands De Sable is the fourth feature film from writer and director Pierre Salvadori; his previous three films also featured Serge Raiboukine and Guillaume Depardieu. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


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