The Nada Gang
Nada, named after a gang of Spanish anarchists, is a small, confused band of French terrorists. They kidnap the American ambassador after one of his regular visits to an exclusive brothel. The gang starts to quarrel amongst themselves as to the diplomat's fate, while the police purge suspects in their attempts to destroy the Nada faction. As the violence escalates on both sides, the States and the terrorists are forced to use one another's methods in an increasingly desperate and relentless conflict.
- Stars:Fabio Testi, Michel Duchaussoy, Maurice Garrel, Michel Aumont, Lou Castel, Didier Kaminka, André Falcon, François Perrot, Lyle Joyce, Viviane Romance, Mariangela Melato, Henri Attal, Jean-Marie Arnoux, George Birt, François Cadet,
- Country:France, Italy
- Director:Claude Chabrol,
- Writer:Claude Chabrol, Antonietta Malzieri, Jean-Patrick Manchette (novel), Jean-Patrick Manchette (screenplay)
A group of anarchist leftist called "Nada" and led by the terrorist Buenaventura Diaz abducts the American ambassador Richard Poindexter in a brothel in Paris and brings him to a farm in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: another anthology -- the title now makes sense. this is most definitely not the best anthology film i've seen, however it's definitely not the worst one i've seen either. i really appreciated the fact that the 5 shorts were tied together with a single character passing by or a name of a company -- made it seem like all 5 of these stories were happening at the same time. i really like how they did that. i also enjoyed the last story; it actually started to hurt my ears and i wondered for a split second if i was going to go nuts :-/ if you've got nothing better to do and appreciate fairly original and creative stories, whether or not they were executed to their full potential, then i'd say this is worth the watch.
(ru) wrote: Caught this gem on IFC. It's a different kind of film, good characters.
(mx) wrote: I understand what you're all saying. Yes, this movie has a typical story line. A Farm girl with big dreams meets a prince-in-hiding. They fall in love, she finds out he's a prince, they brake up. Then they get back together and live happily ever after. But that doesn't matter. It was a great movie! It was funny and romantic! I definitely loved it!The only downside is that in the next movie, Julia Stiles doesn't play Paige! I'm not going to watch it because changing the main character makes the story totally different! And then in the third movie someone else plays Eddie! That just takes the movie/story away entirely! Julia Stiles IS Paige. And Luke Mably IS Eddie There's no way around it. Aside from all of that, the first movie was amazing! It was very heart warming and had a great ending! <3
(nl) wrote: Tres inegal, mais ca m'a fait bien plaisir de voir Ernest Borgnine dans le court de Sean Penn.
(au) wrote: Better than 'Better Off Dead'! Formula end but crazy original!
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(es) wrote: Less a star cause the dull ending song xDNothing last forever... Forever is how I feel about you.
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(de) wrote: Screenplay and storyline were weak, Morgan Freeman was flawless. He makes the movie.