A Game without Rules
A Game without Rules (Czech: Hra bez pravidel) is a 1967 Czechoslovak action crime film directed by Jindřich Polák. The movie is about a policeman Málek who kills a robber in self-defense and leaves police to investigate on his own.
|A Game without Rules|
|Directed by||Jindřich Polák|
|Written by||Jindřich Polák, Václav Šašek|
|Starring||Svatopluk Matyáš, Jiří Adamíra|
|Music by||Wiliam Bukový|
Shop manager Kubát and his assistant Litera are injured in a robbery. Policeman Málek investigates the robbery. He believes that Litera is involved in the robbery. Two robbers crash their car and one of them dies. The other one is shot by Málek who tracks him down. Málek is unable to find jewellery or to prove Litera's involvement and quits police. He becomes a taxi driver but keeps investigating the case.
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