Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when you hear Alan Delon's name is his attractive and well-dressed face. Taking a closer look at the films in which he has acted, one may also remember his perpetual loneliness or his always cold face with those sad blue eyes that seemed to hide an ancient sadness. Or maybe for us, the audience of Iranian cinema, the name of Alan Delon is reminiscent of the amazing voice of Khosrow Khosrowshahi as a constant doubler of his plays. But beyond all this, Alain Delon is one of the most enduring figures in cinema today. This list consists of 10 important films from the career of this great actor in the history of cinema.
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is best remembered with Alain Delon in crime and gangster films. With cold faces, like a lone wolf and of course very fashionable. A high-waisted raincoat and a shawl hat that covers the eyes. Sometimes he is a policeman and sometimes he is a criminal, but whoever he is and wherever he stands, his character does not change much. If the eyes are the most important part of an actor's body to convey emotion, he does not use them in a large part of his films, especially crimes; But there is a reason for this. The atmosphere of French gangster cinema had a special coldness and freezing and freezing that even if an actor like Jean-Paul Belmondo was present with those playful eyes, he had to convey the same coldness and numbness and freezing. That's why whenever Alain Delon takes off his hat in that kind of cinema, we still come across a rocky face that conveys less emotion.
But that does not mean that he is only in one type of role. It is molded and has nothing more to offer. Rocco and His Brothers, directed by Lucino Visconti, proves this claim. In this film, he plays the role of someone who, like Prince Myshkin, Dostoevsky's immortal creature in the novel Stupid, is the saint who suffers the most from the sins of others, and because he can not stop those sins, he swallows everything like hatred and does not breathe. . Such a role, which is sometimes introverted and sometimes extroverted, requires a high level of acting ability that speaks to the artist Alain Delon.
Perhaps no actor in the history of French and even European cinema has a star status; Not greats like Lino Ventura or Jean Gabon in French cinema, not even saints like Marcello Mastouriani in Italy; Because Alain Delon together has a collection of unique virtues that have made him so popular around the world.
10. Mr. Klein
- Director: Joseph Lozi
- Other Actors: Jane Moreau, Juliette Berto
- Product: 1976, Italy and France
- IMDb movie rating: 7.6 out of 10
- Movie rating on Raton Tomitoz site: 100%
Mr. Klein's film tells the story of human wandering and distress during a devastating war; A narrative similar to Kafka's stories in which a man seeks to prove his true identity door-to-door and is rejected by social institutions, but this becomes complicated when we know that acquiring identity, proving it, and eventually returning to normal life. Confirmation of the crime is another right.
The story takes place in Vichy France (France occupied by Nazi Germany). A well-to-do and rich man is confronted with his biggest nightmare overnight and has to acquit himself and prove that everything is wrong, but there is a fundamental case; The Germans mistakenly think he is a Jew and have mistaken him for someone else, and he has to prove it.
Or even surreal; Everything about the man is the name of the main character similar to him, and this resemblance is not limited to the names of the two; In such a frame, the search for the main character becomes a show of war and the deterioration of the situation of a surrendered people, and of course, it becomes a search to find his mate.
He does, more like it, and actually becomes one with it, until in the end it is not clear who Mr. Klein really is and is he really what he shows? Joseph Lozi knows well how to summarize and close a story with this shape and form; If there is one thing he has learned from a person like Kafka whose whole story and atmosphere are inspired by the atmosphere of his novels, it is that modern tragedies do not have a good ending.
Mr. Klein's film is one of the best games of his career. In appearance, especially at the beginning of the film, he is the same Allen Delaney, always dressed and well-dressed, but gradually a manifestation of distress is created in his character. Delon was able to play this step-by-step change well, dispelling the theory that he was merely a handsome actor.
"Mr. Robert Klein is a man who has amassed a fortune through brokerage Is. With the outbreak of World War II and the German occupation of France, he bought Jewish works of art at a lower price, thus gaining more wealth. In the meantime, the Jews are arrested and sent to concentration camps. One day Robert Klein realizes that he has a Jewish name and that the Germans may mistakenly arrest him. That's why he has to find the Jewish Robert Klein as soon as possible
9. Two Men in Town
- Director: Jose Giovanni
- Other Actors: Jean Gabon, Gerard Depardieu
- Product: 1973, Italy and France
- IMDb site rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
- Movie rating for Raton Tomitoz site: -
The 1970s were a good decade for actor Alan Delon. After shining in the feature films of great Italian directors and, of course, a brilliant presence in the crime films of French directors, especially Jean-Pierre Melville, he went on the path of becoming a star and, of course, globalizing, and was able to play several action films at that time. While he was still a prolific actor, he was constantly faced with various offers due to the same aspects of his stars. After all, he was the first star of his country's cinema.
It was around this time that Jose Giovanni called him again to play one of the greatest actors in the history of cinema of the previous generation, Jean Gabon. Of course, the two had previously acted together in a film and a Sicilian band, but it is always fascinating to have two superstars from two different generations together. Especially since the film has obvious references to the previous works of these two actors. That is, the same ones that Jean Gabon once played and, of course, recalls the slow rhythm of Jean-Pierre Melville's films. Here, instead of portraying the violence of a few gangsters, most of them want freedom and, of course, love, which shows itself and confronts us with the story of some people who are all victims of something that does not seem to have changed over the years and decades. The same flawed system and cycle of violence.
Now the reason for choosing these two actors shows itself more; Both Jean Gabon and Alain Delon played gangsters for years who fell victim to a cycle of unbridled violence. Now, Giuseppe Giovanni has made a film in which the two are a little bit away from that space, but unaware that this is just the outer space of the story and the history and past full of violence will never stop such people and return the violence to them.
From this point of view, we are also facing a critical film, because sometimes it is the system and the way it works that causes these men to commit violence against their will. The film has a sad tone and is heartbreaking for its main character, and Philip Sarde's amazing music has helped to create this sad atmosphere. The narrative of Victor Hugo's great novel, The Poor, and the fate of the main character, recalls the fate of Jean Valjean in that book.
"A man was a bank robber in the past. He is released from prison after ten years and tries to lead a different life with the help of a social worker. But one day he encounters a policeman who knows about his past life and this issue causes new troubles for this man
8. The Sicilian Clan
- Director: > Henri Vernoy
- Other Actors: Jean Gabon, Lino Ventura
- Product: 1969, France
- IMDb movie rating: 7.4 out of 10
- Movie rating on Raton Tomitoz site: -
Finding the Head of a Young Man With new ideas, it disrupts the way of life of a cautious mafia family and, of course, their efficient way. This rebellious young man is looking for a way to make money, and of course the relationship he had with that old family in the past will help him. On the other hand, a clever policeman is monitoring everything and now that he has not been able to find anything against that family after years, he is trying to take full advantage of this carelessness and changing the way of life of that cautious family.
The city of Marseille in France should live with complete caution and away from any trouble. His system and method work, and although the police have always monitored him, they have not been able to do anything against him. One day a young man is found with a plan to steal from a museum. Now the situation is changing and the family is doing something that may attract the attention of the police. They enlist the help of their American friends to carry out the robbery and
7. A Police (Un Flic)
- Director: Jean-Pierre Melville
- Other actors: Catherine Denove, Richard Serna and Michael Conrad
- Product: 1972, Italy and France
- IMDb site rating to movie: 7.1 out of 10
- movie rating on Raton Tomitoz site: 81. Jean-Pierre Melville has been called the undisputed master of criminal and detective drama in French cinema and, of course, the world. A director with a style that made great characters and a story about them that are still unparalleled in the history of cinema, and his noir films, unlike American examples, were accompanied by a calm rhythm and, of course, a very cold and sad atmosphere in which no one speaks. And the story went through the film's image and soundtrack.
- Director: Rene Coleman
- Other actors: Maria Lafort, Maris Rane
- Product: 1960, Italy and France
- IMDb site rating for movie: 7.8 out of 10
- Movie rating for Raton Tomitoz site: 95%
- Director: Luquino Visconti
- Other Actors : Brett Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale and Serge Rajiani
- Product: 1963, Italy and France
- IMDb to movie rating: 8 out of 10
- Movie rating on Raton Tomitoz site: 98%
- : 1970
- IMDb : 8 10
- : 95
- : 1962
- IMDb : 7.8 10
- : 90
- : 1960
- IMDb : 8.3 10
- : 89
- : 1967
- IMDb : 8.1 10
- : 100
A Police is Jean-Pierre Melville's latest film as a director. Given the above, this film is a little different from the rest of his career in the crime genre, of course. It is as if this important filmmaker intended to try something new; The film's story, unlike his usual masterpieces, is full of ups and downs, not minimalist and minimalist. Here dialogues play a key role in advancing the story. Of course, in the themes and concepts of the film, a policeman is exactly the continuation of the work of Jean-Pierre Melville.
Alain Delon appears in this film in the role of a policeman. He has been able to paint different aspects of the role of this man, and of course, Richard Serena has played the role of the negative pole of the story well. But what creates the atmosphere of the film and gives Melville's usual works a cold effect is the story of a woman who finds herself between two men with two different spirits. The role of this woman is played in a wonderful way by Katherine Denovo. Although Alain Delon has a lovely history of working together with Jean-Pierre Melville, this latest film should be considered one of Carter Denove and his unique role. The emotional burden of the story is practically on his shoulders.
The film A Police is a good work to end the career of one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of cinema. Although it does not catch up with films such as Army of Shadows or Le Samourai, both thematically and formally, the ending is a battle for one of the best cinematic worldviews.
A cop is also known as dirty money because it was screened under the same name in the United States. It has been said that this work differs from the conventional noirs of Jean-Pierre Melville's career, but this does not mean that nothing can be found in the always sad atmosphere of his work. The film of a policeman has a sad and of course bitter look at human life in modern society, and Melville is still not interested in ransoming his audience at the end of his films.
The image that the film shows from both sides of the story, especially the police Gives many of today's movies a cinematic reminiscent of cinema. It is not unreasonable to consider the character of Al Pacino in the film Heat or some of the important police officers who have invaded their professional and private lives over the years, influenced by the role of Alan Delon in the film.
In a small town, a bank robbery takes place. One of the thieves was injured during the robbery. It is slowly becoming clear that this robbery is in fact a prelude to doing something bigger, and another robbery is on the way. On the other hand, the police intervene to stop the criminals. From now on, the film becomes the battle of a clever police officer and a capricious leader of criminals
6. Purple Noon
Dustin And the book is the story of an intelligent man who tries to gain a foothold in this world by committing a crime. But his motives can not be easily categorized because he suffers from a kind of madness that is sometimes found only in the presence of geniuses. This genius is not something that can be easily restrained, and of course it works with its owner to lead the person to dark places. Perhaps the greatest achievement of a filmmaker is to create a multifaceted and, of course, formidable character whose secret behind his attractive appearance and what goes on in his thoughts. This mysterious aspect gave the character charisma so that Alan Delon would be forced to perform another part of his acting abilities.
Alan Delon was able to play the role of this man well. His attractive appearance and, of course, the dignity he has given to the role are in contrast to his evil deeds, and this makes his presence on the screen more frightening; He is a man who can not be stared at and imagined attractive, and of course this staring will have terrible consequences.
On the other hand, the same charm of the role has made the audience with this mysterious man and all The opponent's fan should identify with him and not like him to be arrested by law. So Rene Kleman has been able to portray his dangerous anti-hero well and combine his attractive aspects with his rich intelligence and of course his personal charisma.
The film narrates a mysterious story that goes further and the dimensions of the story It gets brighter, darker layers are added to make it clear that nothing is as it seems at first. From now on, the story becomes like a tangle of confusion created by the main character of the story. He is so immersed in the heart of a fake character that he has become so skilled at playing others that the main issue for him is no longer money and possessions, but understanding the limits of his abilities.
"Tom Ripley He is a man who has a great ability in forging signatures and documents and of course imitating the voices of others. One day he goes to sea with his rich friend Philip in his yacht and kills him. He steals Philip's identity and tries to empty Philip's bank account by forging his documents and signing. Tom, on the other hand, sends Philip's love letters to Marge, Philip's mistress, to make him think that Philip is still alive "
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