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A forged 500-franc note is cynically passed from person to person and shop to shop, until it falls into the hands of a genuine innocent who doesn't see it for what it is (imdb)

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TCI | Tier | Date Ranked | # Stars (Reviews)
Date User Score
Feb 17 coldesser
70T5
Feb 16 deaddilly deaddilly
70T6
A film that starts with a distinct structure: Follow a counterfeit bill as it circulates and progressively becomes more vicious in its consequences. Right as you buy into that and the transitory rhythm of this film, Bresson does a COMPLETE 180 and decides to latch on to one single subject for an entire half of the runtime. Its truly a jarring shift in pace that I'm not sure many directors have ever been willing to take. Its a tough, manipulating watch.
Feb 13 Suda_Balk Suda Balık
95T10
Feb 12 gutterfly
92T10
Feb 07 yiolepotier
80T7
Feb 04 likeasshole
99T10
Jan 28 dundjay dundjay
64T5
Jan 28 metu metu
70T6
Jan 26 Poot Poot
75T8
Jan 25 jessmdreyer jessmdreyer
99T10
Jan 23 oskarhu oskarhu
80T8
Bresson's minimalism goes stale after a strong start that is unfortunately followed by dragging scenes without optimal plot development. Not convinced about the unconventional use of camera angles either. However, the total amount of screen time given to doors and other openings is noteworthy.
Jan 19 Komiyela Komiyela
85T7
Jan 16 WBadger WBadger
76T8
Jan 05 NathanBates NathanBates
40T1
This is the evil version of "If You Give A Mouse A Cookie." Somehow passing a counterfeit bill turns one of Bresson's robotic actors into a violent person. While money certainly can corrupt, the lack of logical progression totally derails the movie. I was also distracted by the camera staying on each scene some five seconds after all the characters had exited.
Jan 04 iamaspy
99T10
Jan 02 rafalko6
60T5
Dec 16, 2017 daystron7
39T3
Dec 12, 2017 SamLoveitt
95T9
Dec 10, 2017 JordanBay
8T6
Dec 10, 2017 CMWL
1T6
Dec 06, 2017 pnk
70T4
Dec 01, 2017 vitruvian vitruvian
95T10
Nov 29, 2017 Cocoa
50T3
Nov 26, 2017 zak83
90T9
Nov 17, 2017 teaty666 teaty666
80T10
Nov 06, 2017 FreddieQuell FreddieQuell
75T7
Nov 03, 2017 NevinLiu
79T7
Oct 17, 2017 sfpeterm sfpeterm
85T9
Oct 16, 2017 djross djross
85T10
Money itself is somehow counterfeit: in some way the only thing that exists but equally a fiction, an artifice, founded on a belief but ultimately crediting only nothingness, found nowhere yet behind everything, a ghost in the machine but also, today, the deus ex machina itself. Counteracting that excess, Bresson's style here reaches a pinnacle of austerity (yet every moment also looks beautiful), which, from a certain perspective, may make it his best attempt to control the viewer's perception.
Oct 16, 2017 jgreenwood jgreenwood
65T6
Oct 15, 2017 9eSfnt
100T6
Oct 11, 2017 JohnPaul821
30T1
Oct 01, 2017 sandrikoti
100T8
Sep 16, 2017 izwt936g
61T6
Sep 02, 2017 sl1m
50T3
Aug 20, 2017 joxnq joxnq
80T9
Aug 18, 2017 EveAngel
60T5
Aug 15, 2017 kastenm kastenm
74T7
Aug 12, 2017 ldpfilm ldpfilm
76T6
Aug 11, 2017 JungleJulia Jungle_Julia
80T10
Aug 08, 2017 Fatchrisb Fatchrisb
89T10
Aug 02, 2017 whataboutit
90T8
Jul 29, 2017 mentos81 mentos81
75T7
Jul 25, 2017 bidola
82T7
Jul 24, 2017 mmb888
96T10
Jul 23, 2017 zoPZ_ii zoPZ!
60T5
An accomplished film that seems to make a bit of a thing out of how the style reflects and corresponds to its main thematic concern of the apathy and deadness of culture-as-economy (I could make a sly little dig at Bresson here, if I so desired). Still, this coherency may be adequate to make a good art film, but I can't imagine it having any sort of real efficacy. So what's the point of having a point to make? A good excuse to blow bottles of wine with the culturally elite? Okay, I can dig that.
Jul 23, 2017 Yiannos Yiannos
83T10
Bresson certainly didn't soften with age. His late works are his most grim, depicting a cold unforgiving world that traps its characters like rats in its bleak oppressive maze. L'argent is ostensibly a critique of capitalism, where a forged note sets a chain of events in motion that leaves complete devastation in its wake. Bresson directs with astonishing technical precision; his economy of gesture is unmatched in cinema, and L'argent is a chilling confirmation of his supreme formal mastery.
Jul 17, 2017 alaindelon16
96T8
Jul 17, 2017 Blair Blair
85T7
Jul 09, 2017 emreyuksel emreyuksel
65T3
Jul 07, 2017 kendell kendell
84T7
Jul 03, 2017 AllNerves
99T10
Jun 22, 2017 skydog
85T8
Jun 16, 2017 cancezayirli cancezayirli
70T6
Jun 13, 2017 FVC
83T9
Jun 13, 2017 mjh0811 mjh0811
95T10
Jun 10, 2017 xmoffx xmoffx
5T8
Jun 10, 2017 kode
58T2
Jun 05, 2017 kharms
40T3
May 26, 2017 izlandik izlandik
85T9
May 23, 2017 DancingP
74T7
May 20, 2017 barryegan
60T2
May 15, 2017 DrWade42
92T10
May 10, 2017 Zoltan Zoltan
70T8
May 07, 2017 Pecota Pecota
100T10
May 02, 2017 anaskvit anaskvit
50T1
Apr 25, 2017 tommy_leazaq
61T7
Apr 10, 2017 Kadir17
93T9
Apr 09, 2017 thirdeye42
78T9
Apr 05, 2017 92filmgeek
64T7
Mar 25, 2017 barisius barisius
73T5
Mar 23, 2017 Gugy
78T4
Mar 21, 2017 lineuphere lineuphere
82T8
Mar 20, 2017 thrillington
70T3
Mar 19, 2017 Andras
95T10
Mar 04, 2017 loc42 loc42
60T5
Very depressing and pessimistic lacking the transcendental qualities of his early works like "A Man..." and "Pickpocket". He underlines that in a totally reified world where money became "a God" (a line from the film) there is no human emotion or ethical act to be excepted. What we are doomed to is a violent and materialist world to suffer. No matter how strong it is narrated, I won't agree with that. If our doom is set, why bother anyways? Why did you make this film at the first hand? Decent.
Mar 03, 2017 RYM_byrates RYM-byrates
74T10
Feb 25, 2017 mCihhh mCihhh
70T6
Feb 21, 2017 123a 123∞
7T10
Feb 12, 2017 Mochard Mochard
63T7
Jan 16, 2017 Darren Darren
79T7
Jan 14, 2017 cshadows2887
87T2
Jan 13, 2017 mjbreuer
47T2
Jan 13, 2017 Seethruskin Seethruskin
4T6
Kind of went of the rails at the end in a very laughable way. I feel like if this didn't have Bresson's name on it it wouldn't be held in such regard, since there's been so many films like this that don't get the same love. Still, it's enjoyable and is a nice looking film.
Jan 11, 2017 joewkeh joewkeh
68T5
Jan 09, 2017 fre
50T3
Jan 02, 2017 Tarris1
75T6
Dec 29, 2016 smellyjoe
40T2
Dec 29, 2016 Nathan Nathan
61T4
Dec 23, 2016 robochaa
90T10
Dec 16, 2016 jpmarchant
88T4
Nov 22, 2016 jerrywarton
78T10
Nov 15, 2016 Ronin22
73T10
Nov 10, 2016 doe
65T8
Nov 07, 2016 Malcym
5T4
Oct 26, 2016 3_Qs ???
70T6
Oct 02, 2016 Kadaise
80T6
Sep 30, 2016 kupfertj
82T8
Sep 08, 2016 giska giska
52T5
Aug 27, 2016 NickP
80T9
Aug 12, 2016 KasperL KasperL
50T4
Well, it started out promisingly enough... But at some point Bresson's last film grinds to a halt and never recovers.
Aug 12, 2016 gert gert
40T2
Aug 05, 2016 creosote
8T9
Jul 28, 2016 Alibageri Ali_bageri
92T9
Jul 22, 2016 Dark_Ryder14
77T6
Jul 10, 2016 Walterpoa Walterpoa
67T5
Jul 07, 2016 12iekian Žižekian
81T4
Jul 04, 2016 MrWhiplash
80T6
Jun 30, 2016 bal3x bal3x
60T5
Jun 17, 2016 Heisenburger
70T4
Jun 07, 2016 miguelyllo
90T6
Jun 06, 2016 letterboxdvo letterboxdvo
39T9
Jun 06, 2016 Desassossego
75T8
Jun 02, 2016 pengal pengal
79T10
May 30, 2016 Κρούσα
93T10
May 23, 2016 bludgeon
90T7
May 11, 2016 TraverseTown TraverseTown
60T5
May 02, 2016 Badering Badering
80T6
Apr 26, 2016 justaname
60T3
Apr 22, 2016 nickv nickv
79T9
Apr 16, 2016 denizg denizg
83T9
Apr 14, 2016 Brood_Star
100T6
Apr 14, 2016 Fifien Fifien
55T5
Mar 28, 2016 Hinai
80
Mar 17, 2016 FrancoZero FrancoZero
8T3
Mar 08, 2016 Mulholland Mulholland
60T5
Mar 04, 2016 mraniki mraniki
80T7
Feb 22, 2016 scottmcc scott.mcc
90T10
Feb 21, 2016 DIcon195 DIcon195
85T8
Jan 28, 2016 kennardjon
79T8
Jan 17, 2016 panchovilla
78T6
Jan 04, 2016 jake_la
75T3
Jan 03, 2016 Romario3210 Romario3210
90T6
Dec 16, 2015 MUBIvotes MUBIvotes
41T10
Dec 15, 2015 robot2xl robot2xl
73T6
Dec 08, 2015 kyobo
80T9
Dec 07, 2015 GLADos
80T8
Nov 27, 2015 coroner
90T10
Nov 26, 2015 firebirdekb
80T9
Nov 14, 2015 Swoony Swoony
88T9
Nov 11, 2015 maksler maksler
60T3
Nov 08, 2015 Midaso
5T6
Oct 15, 2015 slug slug
6T3
Oct 15, 2015 aliem aliem
5T3
Oct 14, 2015 JakeAesthete JakeAesthete
55T6
As Bresson's final film, this really does take his style to it's logical conclusion as his most perfectly refined, austere work. That said, it might also be his driest and most dispassionate film, which for Bresson is saying a lot.
Oct 13, 2015 loosecanons loosecanons
12T10
Oct 11, 2015 Niska Niska
50T10
Oct 05, 2015 Saeedbdr Saeed_bdr
90T10
Sep 26, 2015 Oktay Oktay
80T8
Sep 07, 2015 sally-draper
78T6
Sep 05, 2015 akinezija akinezija
80T7
Aug 25, 2015 Arrhythmia
3T2
Aug 24, 2015 kozmikbleu kozmikbleu
72T5
Aug 17, 2015 jutleyeah
93T5
Aug 16, 2015 sezide57 sezide5à7
90T10
Aug 15, 2015 jagarnyfiken jagarnyfiken
85T10
Jul 19, 2015 syenigun syenigun
88T10
Jul 16, 2015 chemical404 chemical404
75T10
Bresson's last movie, he was 82 at the time of its release. Also, it's first of his movies I have seen. I found this film very interesting. It's based on Tolstoy's short story, so even without familiarity with director, I expected psychological, perhaps moralistic movie. The darkness of the film surprised me, probably in a good way.
Jul 12, 2015 PetrosTser PetrosTser
60T4
"L'argent" never really thrills and works only symbolically.
Jul 03, 2015 invention
5T10
Jun 27, 2015 jvg
84T6
Jun 27, 2015 Roz Roz
80T7
Fuck bitches, get l'argent.
Jun 21, 2015 fernandoc
100T6
Jun 18, 2015 Dumbwill Dumbwill
90T8
Jun 09, 2015 shanno
70T9
May 21, 2015 bybrt bybrt
75T8
May 18, 2015 zetes
90T9
May 13, 2015 white_water
70T7
May 10, 2015 boothmillard
70T7
May 02, 2015 micmac micmac•
56T4
Apr 25, 2015 jobsbronson jobsbronson
27T6
Apr 24, 2015 si-sak
60T6
Apr 24, 2015 OldAle1
100T10
Apr 23, 2015 cardsos01
55T6
Apr 16, 2015 meliorism meliorism
80T8
Apr 07, 2015 Rufam Rufam
65T5
Apr 07, 2015 Atmosfear Atmosfear
4T9
Mar 31, 2015 knuth knuth
75T7
Mar 17, 2015 fungusgnat
52T3
Mar 06, 2015 eulalie eulalie
85T9
Feb 01, 2015 kharms2
40T2
Jan 23, 2015 deadghost deadghost
92T9
Jan 22, 2015 aaronwhat aaronwhat
90T8
Jan 15, 2015 metaller
70T6
Jan 12, 2015 petcor80
70T2
Jan 08, 2015 kubbrick
100T8
Jan 02, 2015 Kvist
75T8
Jan 01, 2015 LuxNatalis LuxNatalis
37T3
Dec 22, 2014 DeLarge DeLarge
87T7
Dec 17, 2014 10kfilms
90T9
Dec 08, 2014 dsjoerdsma
86T10
Dec 03, 2014 Lonewolf2003
40T1
Dec 01, 2014 Amygdala
79T8
Nov 27, 2014 Vdecraim Vdecraim
75T6
Oct 26, 2014 hsncomert hsncomert
85T10
Oct 26, 2014 Tds4a Tds4a
68T5
Oct 25, 2014 bdnkens bdnkens
86T10
Oct 09, 2014 prior prior
83T9
Sep 21, 2014 Tatanka
60T4
Sep 14, 2014 PekkaVaino
54T3
Sep 07, 2014 StrifeKnot StrifeKnot
76T5
Aug 18, 2014 ella
89T4
Aug 17, 2014 misterie
75T6
Aug 11, 2014 Jorg
70T6
Aug 03, 2014 jackinthebox jackinthebox
80T8
Jul 01, 2014 omeraksy omeraksy
75T8
Jun 20, 2014 Hallogallo Hallogallo
9T10
Jun 17, 2014 Bluedeed
80T5
Jun 17, 2014 ekotto ekotto
81T9
Jun 01, 2014 themagician
50T1
Jun 01, 2014 Melvelet
80T6
May 28, 2014 zoku zoku
94T9
May 06, 2014 SickForay SickForay
83T9
Apr 27, 2014 Toke Za
85T10
Apr 21, 2014 cripplehorse cripplehorse
82T10
Apr 18, 2014 Parallax Parallax
85T9
Apr 10, 2014 hlime
80T6
Apr 09, 2014 dijivehav
99T6
Apr 05, 2014 sengir sengir
80T7
Mar 31, 2014 lisko
70T6
Mar 12, 2014 shhandlisten storyoftheye
85T8
Mar 12, 2014 Hennimore
70T5
Mar 11, 2014 drawingboard drawingboard
80T8
Mar 05, 2014 kakivsjok kakivsjok
80T7
Feb 25, 2014 Mathew_sic
95T10
Feb 24, 2014 Gorchakov Gorchakov
70T9
Feb 22, 2014 lightmyfire lightmyfire
89T7
Feb 20, 2014 bkam
75T6
Feb 09, 2014 matty5190 matty5190
92T10
Feb 08, 2014 Italo
1T6
Feb 06, 2014 benthamite
70T6
Feb 01, 2014 EmeraldGuard EmeraldGuard
70T4
Jan 29, 2014 prowler prowler
37T4
Bresson doesn't go far enough with his wider critique and instead makes the second half of the movie about the individual tragedy of a character it's impossible to empathise with
Jan 22, 2014 PotemkinFC
52T2
Jan 11, 2014 Raf Raf
60T7
Jan 11, 2014 gargantua gargantua
85T10
Jan 10, 2014 MMAlpha MMAlpha
95T10
Jan 08, 2014 fact100 fact100
83T10
Jan 07, 2014 wetwillies wetwillies
70T2
I have literally no idea how to feel about this one. One thing is for certain: it definitely does not end up where I expected it to. Holy shit.
Jan 04, 2014 ar656
80T6
Dec 21, 2013 jozefk ()
65T4
Dec 20, 2013 lisa_ii lisa-
40T8
an interesting enough crime drama, that follows a forged note, and then the collapsing life of an oblivious man caught with it. however, its main thematic objective concerning the negative effects money has on human lives feels unfulfilled, and unlike the pristine cinematography of some of bresson's black and white stuff, this looks pretty boring.
Dec 17, 2013 chineyman chineyman
83T9
Dec 14, 2013 johnnyutah_ii johnnyutah
96T6
Dec 04, 2013 HansLucas Hans_Lucas
89T9
Dec 01, 2013 joachimt joachimt
80T9
Nov 27, 2013 D_Kaufman
74T7
Nov 27, 2013 fakesenator fakesenator
88T9
Nov 27, 2013 HVM
70T6
Nov 08, 2013 sdenka sdenka
90T9
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