Men are more moral than they think and far more immoral than they can imagine.

Sigmund Freud

Le Grand Pardon - description

Raymond Bettoun is the head of a notorious Jewish pied-noir gangster family. For years, Commissaire Douche has fought to bring him to justice – without success. Bettoun’s ruthlessness is amply demonstrated when he arranges for a killer to escape from police custody, knowing full well that the killer’s first act will be to eliminate his only serious rival, Carreras. Resentful of Bettoun’s power, one of his associates, Pascal Villars, decides to bring an end to his empire. By driving a wedge between Arab and Jewish factions, Villars unleashes a blood bath which, in the end, only Bettoun can arrest.







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