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American Gangster

J’étais toujours frustré de ne pas avoir pu aller au cinéma le week end dernier, alors je l’ai fait aujourd’hui. J’ai pris ma plus belle carte UGC illimité et je suis allé à l’UGC Bercy passer la journée.

J’ai donc commencé par American Gangster de Ridley Scott, avec Russell Crowe et Denzel Washington. Ce dernier joue le rôle de Frank Lucas, un baron de la drogue dans Harlem pendant la fin des années 60 et le début des années 70.

Le film raconte comment, de chauffeur d’un parrain noir de Harlem, il devient, suite à la mort de ce dernier le nouveau boss. Il met en place, grâce à des amis soldats au Vietnam une filière d’importation d’héroïne en utilisant les cercueils des soldats rapatriés. Il reste pendant longtemps complètement inconnu des services de police, et, au fur et à mesure, un flic, tenace et honnête, découvre petit à petit tout le mécanisme. Une fois arrêté, et condamné, Frank Lucas aidera à faire arrêter énormément de personnes qui avaient trempé dans le milieu de la drogue, incluant des policiers.

Pour résumer, c’est un film que j’ai trouvé très bon, les rôles de méchants vont plutôt bien à Denzel Washington, même si il n’arrive quand même pas au niveau de Marlon Brando, et les rôles de gentils vont aussi pas mal à Russell Crowe. Et pour terminer, le film a beau durer plus de 2h30, on ne voit pas vraiment le temps passer.

Posté par Mathieu Arnold le dimanche 25 novembre 2007 à 18:44

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