Trois milliards sans ascenseur

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Sette cervelli per un colpo perfetto
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Directed by Roger Pigaut
Produced byAndre Cohen
Written byAndré G. Brunelin
Roger Pigaut
Lucio Fulci [1]
StarringMichel Bouquet
Marcel Bozzufi
Dany Carrel
Gabriele Ferzetti
Music byTeo Usuelli
Cinematography Jean Tournier
Edited byGilbert Natot
Release date
1972
Country France
Italy
Language French
Box office$4.6 million [2]

Trois milliards sans ascenseur (Translation: Three Billions Without an Elevator) (Italian : Sette cervelli per un colpo perfetto/ Seven Brains for a Perfect Shot) is a 1972 French-Italian film, directed by Roger Pigaut. It stars actor Gabriele Ferzetti. [3] The script was co-written by Lucio Fulci. [4]

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Plot

A group of likeable slackers with little talent attempts to steal a prestigious jewellery collection exhibited at the highest floor of a tower. What they lack in experience, they make up for with street smarts. They think the stakes are too high for them, so they subcontract the heist, but swindle the subcontractor. They try to blackmail the exhibition's insurance agency, but end up tricked.

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References

  1. Thrower, Stephen (1999). Beyond Terror, the films of Lucio Fulci. FAB Press. page 282.
  2. http://www.jpbox-office.com/fichfilm.php?id=8711
  3. "Gabriele Ferzetti". Mymovies.it . Retrieved November 30, 2010.
  4. Thrower, Stephen (1999). Beyond Terror, the Films of Lucio Fulci. FAB Press. pag 282.