The Easy Way

The Easy Way (French title: Sans arme, ni haine, ni violence) is a 2008 French heist film directed by Jean-Paul Rouve, who also stars in the titular role as the real life thief Albert Spaggiari, who organized a break-in into a Société Générale bank in Nice, France in 1976.[3] The original French title refers to the note Albert Spaggiari left in the bank after completing the robbery.

The Easy Way
Directed byJean-Paul Rouve
Produced byAïssa Djabri
Pauline Duhault
Farid Lahouassa
Written byBenoît Graffin
Jean-Paul Rouve
StarringJean-Paul Rouve
Alice Taglioni
Gilles Lellouche
Music byAlexandre Azaria
CinematographyChristophe Offenstein
Edited byStan Collet
Distributed byMars Distribution
Release date
  • 16 April 2008 (2008-04-16)
Running time
100 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Budget$8.6 million [1]
Box office$3.7 million [2]

Part of the movie was shot in Portugal at the Hotel Palácio Estoril, a 5-star hotel where some scenes of the James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service were also shot.

Plot

In 1977 in Nice, Albert Spaggiari is arrested by the police and brought to a judge's office for interrogation, but he manages to escape by jumping out of the window and riding off on a motorcycle with an accomplice. He travels to South America where he meets new faces including a mysterious journalist who wants to interview him about the heist and his whereabouts.

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