Cinémathèque de Tanger

THE DOULOS

BY JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE

THE DOULOS


Recently released from jail, Maurice Faugel learns his wife was murdered. Mad with grief, he commits several thiefs and burglaries, helped by a mysterious man called “doulos”, who seems to be a police informer.

Made as a tribute to american “films noirs”, The Doulos became itself a reference for cineasts as Quentin Tarantino or John Woo.

Starting 13/12

FICTION
FRANCE, 1962, 118 MIN
WITH JEAN-PAUL BELMONDO, SERGE REGGIANI, MICHEL PICCOLI
ORIGINAL FRENCH VERSION