On the run from the police in Athens, a man named Jason has in his possession a microfilm eagerly sought by both criminal gangs and government agencies.
A cop hesitates in using his gun to stop a robbery, & the robbers get away. He is forced to quit the police force, and he turns to a life of crime.
A young reporter's grandfather wins a sweepstakes, but it turns out that his ticket is phony. The reporter finds out that the police are looking for the criminal ring responsible for the phony-sweepstakes racket, so he and his young brother set out to track down the gang responsible and expose them.
When Cheng Kam-Fu (Lawrence Ng) reports his wife missing to the police, Detective Lau (Anthony Wong) suspects there’s more to the disappearance than meets the eye. While his colleagues remain uninterested, Lau begins round the clock observation on Fu’s shop/flat, paying particular attention to his mistress, Lo (Li Yu).
A small railroad is being squeezed out of business by the tactics of a trucking company owned by gangsters.
A beautiful woman suspected of being a jewel thief is actually a detective tracking down a ring of bond thieves.
With the High Desert drug game getting out of control, the police are forced to use an undercover street-cop to infiltrate the extreme world of drugs and violence. With his new identity, D-Dogg must prove himself by mastering the criminal way of life. However, his cover is about to be blown when the drug lord gets word of the disloyalty in his camp.
Sailor Joe Hart, who is spending his shore leave at a gambling joint, sells his gun to young Laurie Roberts after losing terribly. After Hart again loses his last dime, he leaves the joint and steals a car in order to return to his ship. Later that night, a tough gambler named "The Weasel" convinces Laurie, who also lost badly, that Baldy, the joint's owner, is crooked, and they both return to the joint to break open the safe. During the holdup, The Weasel kills Baldy with Joe's gun and, after being picked up for speeding, Joe is arrested for murder.
A dead criminal's daughter falls in love with a small-time crook and tries to get him to reform before he winds up like her father.
On a day seemingly like any other, a stranger strolls into a bustling bank and armed with little more than a plan, seeks to get away with the contents of the vault. Taking place in a world just left of ours, ‘Loot’ is the surprising tale of an unusual bank robbery, one where the line between reality and imagination is blurred and few things are, as they seem.
An exciting tale of international crooks and stolen plans, in which an inventor is kidnapped by foreign agents whilst honeymooning in Scotland.
Latha (Rekha) who is running her father's business empire after he suffered a debilitating stroke, receives a call from a mysterious stranger Raji, threatening to reveal embarrassing details about her father unless she pays up Rs. 500,000. Since she has no idea how to deal with the blackmailer, she turns to Capt. Hariharan who runs a detective agency for help. Things take a grim turn when Raji, and then Latha's cousin Suresh, both turn up murdered one after the other. The evidence unearthed by Hariharan seems to implicate either Latha or her sister Malini - but are the girls up to murder to protect their dad's good name?
Paramu and Johnie are friends who manage to frame Unnithan, a local businessman, for a murder committed by Johnie. With a friendly policeman's help, Johnie manages to appropriate a large chunk of Unnithan's unaccounted wealth and becomes a successful businessman himself. Paramu, meanwhile, continues to work as the henchman for another businessman McPherson, who asks him to hide Rs. 1 crore (10 million) of unaccounted money for a period of two months. Paramu entrusts the money to Johnie, but the two fall out because of Unnithan's daughter for whom Paramu has a soft corner but who is now a prostitute because of Johnie's machinations. Johnie convinces McPherson that Paramu has eloped with the money, and the two join hands to eliminate Paramu and retrieve the money.
Bressane’s first color film, shot in the home of the artist Elyseu Visconti. Part of it is missing sound and final editing because the director was forced to leave Brazil. Horror and humor to deal with the subject of insanity: “In the end everyone leaves the house as though they were laboratory mice escaping, they invade the city and contaminate the world”. “If we talk about horror, this film deals with national horror, with Mojica Marins as an emblem. There might be a few touches of Corman and English horror, but it is another level of horror. What transformed the film was the location where we were shooting, the house of a 19th century painter, a receptacle of light. When I arrived and saw that house, that light, I said: ‘This is the film. This is the horror’. The meaning of the film, its appeal, derives from this laboratory of light” (J. Bressane). — Torino Film Festival
Crack mainland policewoman Do Do Cheng is given a top secret assignment: go to Hong Kong and look after the safety of an old Mr. Chien, a member of the Communist Party's Central Committee. So, Do Do finds herself in a plane, accompanyied by her regular sidekick Cheung. There is a ragin storm and the plane is forced to make an emergency landing in Taiwan. Trying to hide their identity, the duo plays games with the Taiwan police; and they don't necessarily make themselves popular. However, Do Do's intelligence and good looks does turn the head of Taiwan policeman Yung... (Joy Sales)
Dan Selig is a bored thirty year-old math wiz who's looking for a way to change his life. His ray of light comes in the form of a curvy blonde named Alicia, who recruits Dan to join her blackjack card counting team for a one night Las Vegas score. Dan accepts the offer and meets Thomas, a Texas cowboy with a violent past. Alicia trains Dan and Thomas in the art of card counting and as the team hits the felt in Sin City, we learn that the perfect crime isn't so perfect. When things go from bad to worse, Dan will find out the hard way that with millions up for grabs, the only question is, who's playing who?
In Hong Kong, and later Thailand, a band of four robbers steal and kill, as their fiercely loyal leader sticks to his principles.