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Les Braqueuses is a french film of genre Comedy directed by Jean-Paul Salomé with Catherine Jacob

Les Braqueuses (1994)

Les Braqueuses
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Length 1h29
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OriginFrance
Genres Comedy
Rating48% 2.445332.445332.445332.445332.44533

Les Braqueuses is a 1994 French comedy crime film, directed by Jean-Paul Salomé.

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Four young women from Montélimar, France resort to robbing a sex shop to help make ends meet. Unfortunately, the 1500 franc (€ 230) loot isn't enough to cover their bills. Hoping for a bigger payoff, they carefully plan a bank robbery. Will Cécile, Muriel, Bijou and Lola thwart the police and succeed in making off with the money?

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