Une fille et des fusils  

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Une fille et des fusils is a French film, directed by Claude Lelouch, released in 1964. It is also known as The Decadent Influence.

Plot

Four young people, tired of working life, decide that they can earn more money from crime than they can from work. The film follows their training at the first "crime school", as well as their following deeds.

Cast

Background

  • The first success for Claude Lelouch after four attempts led to him attempting to destroy all copies and negatives of his previous films. After its success, Lalouche attempted to release a series, but les Grands Moments failed to find a distributor.
  • Claude Lelouch recycled some ideas from this film in his later works, e.g. the shooting of bottles in "Le bon et les méchants" or economic catastrophes in "L'aventure c'est l'aventure".





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