Speaking of Murder
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Speaking of Murder is a 1957 French crime film directed by Gilles Grangier and starring Jean Gabin. The original French title is Le rouge est mis, which means "the red light is on". The screenplay is based on a novel by Auguste Le Breton.
|Speaking of Murder|
French theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Gilles Grangier|
|Produced by||Jacques Bar|
|Screenplay by||Michel Audiard|
Auguste Le Breton
|Based on||a novel by Auguste Le Breton|
|Music by||Denis Kieffer|
|Edited by||Christian Gaudin|
Louis Bertain (Gabin) is the owner of a Paris garage which is the front for a robbery gang. He and his accomplices are careful to keep up a civic veneer by day, indulging in criminal activities only when "the red light is on" at night. This status quo is upset when one of the gang members becomes convinced that Louis' younger brother is a police informer.
- Speaking of Murder at IMDb
- Speaking of Murder at AllMovie
- Speaking of Murder at “Cinema-francais“ (French)
- Speaking of Murder movie review at The New York Times Last accessed: July 3, 2014.
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