Two Men In Town

Kino Video   (1973) / Region 1
Two Men In Town

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Two Men In Town

A hard-boiled crime drama and an impassioned indictment of capital punishment, Two Men in Town is the third and final on-screen collaboration between Jean Gabin (Grand Illusion; Pepe Le Moko), France's pre-eminent film star, and '70s Gallic anti-hero Alain Delon (Flic Story; Purple Noon). After an early release arranged by prison reformer Germain Cazeneuve (Gabin), ex-safe cracker Gino Strabliggi (Delon) is devastated by personal tragedy and banned, by statue, from returning to Paris. At Cazeneuve's urging, Gino makes a new start in the south of France, finds honest work as a printer and new love in the form of Lucie (Mimsy Farmer - More), a beautiful bank officer. But when vengeful cops start to stalk him, and Gino's ex-gang starts eyeing Lucy's bank, Gino's determination to go straight is pushed to the breaking point.

Written and directed by author Jose Giovanni (Le Trou), a real pardoned death row inmate, Two Men in Town fuses the two-fisted social commentary of Warner Bros' 1930s heyday with the naturalistic storytelling of '70s French noir cinema. Two Men in Town features a hauntingly evocative score by Phillipe Sarde (The Tenant).


  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Jul 08 2005
  • Production Year 1973
  • Empire SKU 694346
  • UPC Code 738329041120
  • Studio  Kino Video
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-DL
  • Subtitles English


Theatrical Trailer
Stills Gallery
Alain Delon: Selected Filmography
The Alain Delon Collection (10 Trailers)


  • Audio
    French Dolby Digital Mono
  • Video
    Widescreen 1.66:1 Color (Anamorphic)

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