Odotan - Pepé Le Moko - Film Noir (CD)
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"Pepe Le Moko" is an early film noir, coming several decades before the French themselves invented the term to explain atmospheric American crime films. And it is one of the best, a film ranking right up there with the work of Melville, Becker, and other top post war directors. This is being billed in the US now as a sort of lost film.
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Pepe Le Moko is a gangster from Paris that hides in Algier's Casbah. In the Casbah, he is safe and is able to eludes the police's attempts to capture him. But he misses his freedom, after two years in the Casbah.
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Pépé le Moko is an example of the s French movement known as poetic realism, which combines realism with occasional flashes of unusual cinematic tricks. It often is considered a predecessor of film noir.
>>>Pepe le Moko is one of those films that seems to actually improve each time I see it, and not just because it set the mold for every exotic doomed Hollywood romance from Casablanca on. Jean Gabin is at his best here, capturing both the legend and the vulnerability of his criminal king of the Casbah, `ruling' in hell but longing for the.
Jean Gabin was a brooding, rough working class anti-hero in France when his role as cool master criminal Pépé le Moko (France, ) made him an international star.. Set in the Casbah of French Morroco, a labyrinth of alleys and termite-hole dwellings in an underworld slum that creates its own bustling, self-contained society within Algiers, Gabin’s Pépé is the uncrowned king of the.