1971 New Movies

The French Connection0%The French Connection
8Our
rating
1:44:00

Storyline:The friendly New York detectives "Popeye" Doyle (Gene Hackman) and "Cloudy" Russo (Roy Scheider) have arrested more junkies in a year than their colleagues, but ultimately only small fish. Her boss (Eddie Egan) is also not particularly pleased with the methods with which in particular Doyle practices his profession. Doyle drags Russo into a restaurant where some actual or alleged gangsters meet. One of them is Sal Boca (Tony Lo Bianco), whom Doyle considers a drug dealer. They quickly learn that a major French dealer named Alain Charnier (Fernando Rey) is in New York. Charnier has persuaded French television star Devereau (Frédéric de Pasquale) to hide 60 kilos of high-quality heroin in his car to sell it via Boca to gangster boss Weinstock (Harold Gary). Charnier, with his killer Nicoli ( Marcel Bozzuffi) has appeared in New York, is a shrewd dog. He quickly realizes that the police are shadowing him, Boca and the other participants. The hunt begins...

A Clockwork Orange0%A Clockwork Orange
8Our
rating
2:16:00

Storyline:In London, in a not too distant future, the young Alex (Malcom McDowell) is the leader of a youth gang. The group is striking with acts of violence and rape defenseless motivated only by the act itself. After the boys once again committed a burglary and murder, Alex is beaten down by a rebellious gang member and left to the police. The former leader is imprisoned. Two years later he has to participate in a novel, government-initiated aversion therapy as a trial object. The therapy lasts 14 days and confronts Alex again and again with scenes of the strongest brutality. Then he comes free, but now is nothing more than an involuntary shell. Info on the edge: "Here comes Alex", probably the most famous song of the Toten Hosen, based on "Clockwork Orange".