Rosario Inzulìa, a young man involved with the Mafia, was sentenced to labor camp, forced to pay also for crimes he didn't commit. After eight long years of imprisonment he's finally released. Rosario goes back to Sicily, where he learns that his wife died in an accident. He tries to rebuild his life, but when he finds out that his wife was murdered, he decides that it's time to take action: alone against the Mafia!
Former shepherds return to Sardinia from Milan in order to avenge a brother wantonly killed by bandits. In describing the grinding contrasts between places and personages of old and new Sardinia, director Piero Livi does not falter, photographing faithfully a desolated land, stuck in the past but alienated from traditional beliefs.
Northon is a retired gangster wants to avenge the death of his sister, who was married to Frank Cline. Cline disappeared while transporting a large shipment of the Organization's gold, leaving three dead bodies behind him. Northon follows the trail to the sunken ship and tries to beat rival gangsters to the lost gold.
A group of gangsters escape from prison and attempt to destroy a rival organisation holed up in a convent in Mexico.
Giovanni Molet is sent to jail for the murder of two of the Carraro family over a feud over land. While incarcerated, a vendetta is carried out on Molet's brother who is killed by the Carraros. While being transferred to another prison, Molet manages to escape and goes on the run. He holes up in a large villa owned by a newlywed couple and slowly starts to prepare for his revenge.
A young commissioner investigates the murder of a Sicilian criminal with the help of a social worker.
Jason known as the boss of the drug dealer's playground catches a man kidnapping TV star Linda Murphy.
First Norwegian film in color.
Karl Kraft uncovers a major weapon smuggling scheme going on in Oslo. Along the way he meets the waitress Lilly, who is involved in the affair.
A teenager is found murdered, and the examining doctor recognizes her son's knife. The film works its way back to reveal how this situation came about; a rare treatment of the taboo subject of youth criminality in Socialist society.
Hamdy lives with his wife Nadia and her young sister Samiha. He loves his wife’s sister and decide to get rid of his wife by killing her.
Good dope is becoming rare in the North of Paris. Drugstores are being raided by junkies and gangs are nervous, fighting each others: the 'Viets', the 'Blackies', the 'Arabs', the neo-nazis 'Justiciers' and some mean gays. Vincent (Daniel Auteuil) is the good cop coming from Marseilles where he was a gangster. He's a soft method guy but also kicks assses hard and throw lethal dialog lines when needed. With the precious help of 'l'Arbalète'* (Marisa Berenson**), a tox' prostitute ex-member of Vincent's former gang, he will try to put order in that mess. There's also a violent and racist cop (Marcel Bozzuffi), Algeria veteran with hard methods, whose role could be more than to protect and to serve.
Chow Yun Fat plays a police inspector named Cheng who is killed in the line of duty while trying to nab a crook. One of his close friends, Chang Lei (Cheung Lui), decides to take back his resignation letter and track down the crook at any cost.
Deja-vu, as an ex-detective turned best selling true crime author is confronted by the copycat unsolved serial killings he investigated as a cop ten years ago. And now, all fingers are pointed in his direction. This, compounded by Todd's severe, mysterious headaches and his untimely discovery that he's been adopted, turn his life into his own worst nightmare.
A luckless young teacher it's suspected of committing two murders. When his lover begins to have doubt about his innocence, he seems to be doomed.
Angoroj (1964; Esperanto for "Agonies") was the first feature film to be produced entirely in Esperanto. (Jacques-Louis Mahé, a friend of Raymond Schwartz and under the pseudonym of 'Lorjak', had however already produced a silent Esperanto publicity film before World War II, titled Antaŭen! (Onwards!). At the start of the 1960s Mahé, a professional photographic and cinematic expert, invested in the production of the first fictional film in Esperanto. Using a scenario by Mahé himself, the actors of the Internacia Arta Teatro (International Arts Theatre) presented a crime story, set in the Parisian periphery of petty thieves and cheats. Other notable people who played parts in the film included Schwartz (the commissioner), Gaston Waringhien (the voice-over) and many from the environs of the contemporary Paris, including a very young Michel Duc-Goninaz.
Nick, a mob hired hand is sent to investigate the theft of five million dollars taken from the Blue Lizard, a club mixed with dance, live performances and gambling. Nick's life takes a turn when he confronts Ariana, his ex-lover and co-manager of the club about the stolen cash. Unfortunately for Nick, his expected meeting with Ariana brings up old emotions that leads them both down a violent path.
An organization by the name of Artimus Global goes after a police commissioner who is hunting them down.