In 1943, a German commando conceals a large quantity of gold in an undersea cave on the coast of Corsica. Years later, Schlumpf, the sole survivor of the commando, returns to Corsica to recuperate the treasure -- with British and Soviet spies on his heels, and closely monitored by Dromard, from the French intelligence services. The monocled Dromard is convinced that he can outfox his opponents, but difficulties accumulate: despite his plump appearance, Herr Schlumpf is a sly fellow; Corsica is teeming with treasure hunters from various nationalities; and all parties readily resort to unnatural alliances, brazen treachery, and strong-arm tactics. Who will get the treasure?
Writer:Georges Lautner, Jacques Robert, Colonel Rémy
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Anuar A (es) wrote: It shows the two sides of Mexico.
Will G (us) wrote: 27 dresses is probably better than this
Elena M (fr) wrote: Yo creo, que lo que hay que rescatar de este subgenero de peliculas a las que pertenecen "El Gran Papel", "Adios a Lenin" que es la mentira por un enorme afecto, sobretodo en la enfermedad o mas alla es el inocente modo de ver el engao como dulce, justificado y nos volvemos parte de el Quien, despues de verlas se atreve a juzgar el acto? Ademas de tres generaciones perfectamente bien definidas, argumentadas y una direccion impecable.
Christian A (gb) wrote: A wandering tale about the seedy side of pro football in the 70's. Nolte is his usual disheveled self, and the rest of the cast struggles for authenticity.
Steve W (jp) wrote: This is an excellent romantic comedy. I'm not big on the genre, but this one had a great script and chemistry between the players. Gable and Colbert had some great zingers, and the plot was mostly there to showcase their bonding. This road trip romantic comedy comes highly recommended.
Shounak B (jp) wrote: Another bloody example of US political propaganda.Only good thing about this film is that it offers us a very simple plot-line with nice performances of ensemble casts with William Wyler's experienced handling of the then sensible and with very subtle and restricted dramatization and extremely low melodrama, but this one has almost nothing newer than those made-at-wartime film to encourage country people. Maybe it's culturally mentionable for US, but becomes completely outdated and consists severe failure of arriving any certain point.
Michael H (ag) wrote: The accents are so realistic and thick that it's occasionally hard to understand. The brothers Affleck do an amazing job with really tough subject matter. You leave asking questions about what's morally right and wrong. Great stuff.