Let Sleeping Cops Lie Trailer

Let Sleeping Cops Lie Trailer (1988)

10 November 1988 Crime 97 mins

This movie tells the story of a group of right-wing cops have begun carrying out vigilante justice on drug dealers and other crime figures who might otherwise avoid punishment for their misdeeds. Police inspector Grindel (Delon) understands the feelings which motivate these deeds, but does not approve. However, he is not highly motivated to put an end to the group's activities until it begins to appear that they are now attacking fellow cops for reasons which are unclear.

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Alain Delon

as Commissaire Eugène Grindel

Michel Serrault

as Roger Scatti


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International Releases Dates

Germany 10 November 1988

France 13 December 1988

United States 14 December 1988

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