FINE ART FOR FILM ADDICTS

'The French Connection' (1971)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

action crime drama thriller


'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art
'The French Connection' (1971) - film-art

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'The French Connection' (1971)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

Director: William Friedkin

Writers : Ernest Tidyman, Robin Moore

Stars : Gene Hackman, Roy Scheider, Fernando Rey

William Friedkin's gritty police drama portrays two tough New York City cops trying to intercept a huge heroin shipment coming from France. An interesting contrast is established between 'Popeye' Doyle, a short-tempered alcoholic bigot who is nevertheless a hard-working and dedicated police officer, and his nemesis Alain Charnier, a suave and urbane gentleman who is nevertheless a criminal and one of the largest drug suppliers of pure heroin to North America. During the surveillance and eventual bust, Friedkin provides one of the most gripping and memorable car chase sequences ever filmed.