The Shock Trailer

The Shock Trailer (1982)

28 April 1982 Action, Crime, Romance 100 mins

Martin Terrier wants to quit his job as a hired hitman, but his organized crime employers are unwilling to see him turned out to pasture, Terrier knows too much, and he is still useful to the organization. He escapes to the countryside where he meets Claire, and the two soon fall in love. Back in Paris to confront his employers, Terrier learns that they've stolen all his money from the bank. They give him an ultimatum—do one last job for them and he gets his money and his freedom...

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Cast

Alain Delon

as Martin Terrier / Christian

Jean-Louis Richard

as Maubert, Inspector of the DST

Féodor Atkine

as Borévitch / Boro

Myriam Pisacane

as The Blue Angel

Peter Bonke

as A terrorist

Dani Kogan

as Rosana

Jacques Schaeffer

as A terrorist

Cirylle Spiga

as Cirylle Spiga

Isabelle Mergault

as Bank Employee

Jacques Pisias

as Jacques Pisias

Crew

Robin Davis

Director

Alain Delon

Director

Robin Davis

Robin Davis Adaptation

Alain Delon

Alain Delon Adaptation

Claude Veillot

Claude Veillot Adaptation

Alain Sarde

Alain Sarde Producer

Philippe Sarde

Original Music Composer

Pierre-William Glenn

Pierre-William Glenn Cinematography

Pierre-William Glenn

Pierre-William Glenn Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

France 28 April 1982

Production Companies

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