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Director  Barbet Schroeder
Initial DVD release  September 23, 2003
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Country  France
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Music director  Peer Raben
Language  French
Tricheurs movie poster
Writer  Pascal Bonitzer, Steve Baes
Release date  November 14, 1986
Cast  Jacques Dutronc (Elric), Bulle Ogier (Suzie), Kurt Raab (Jörg), Steve Baës (Le directeur du casino), Virgílio Teixeira (Toni), Claus-Dieter Reents (Aldo)
Similar movies  Related Barbet Schroeder movies

Tricheurs is a 1984 film directed by Barbet Schroeder.

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Tricheurs movie scenes

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Plot

Tricheurs, meaning "Cheaters", is the story of a gambling addict. Elric was raised in a household of servants to the family in the castle on the hill. He sets his sights on buying it, as he imagines this will make him happy. Although he gets attention and gifts from the casino when he wins, he hardly seems to enjoy his winnings. And even feels unsettled if the casino doesn't takes his occasional winnings. He and his gambling partner Suzie walk on the razor's edge of helping and hurting each other before Elric falls in with the cheater Jorg. This creates a new situation of traveling the world and cheating their way into wealth; but Elric always gambles it away. His obsession with winning has led to him becoming a cheater, but he discovers winning is not as satisfying as he imagined; as he only feels alive when he loses. The question becomes, whether Suzie can lead him out of this purgatory or not.

Cast

  • Jacques Dutronc as Elric
  • Bulle Ogier as Suzie
  • Leandro Vale as Clochard
  • Virgilio Teixeira as Toni
  • Kurt Raab as Jorg
  • References

    Tricheurs Wikipedia
    Tricheurs IMDb Tricheurs themoviedb.org


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