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. The original French title refers to the note Albert Spaggiari left in the bank after completing the robbery.
|The Easy Way|
|Directed by||Jean-Paul Rouve|
|Produced by||Aïssa Djabri|
|Written by||Benoît Graffin|
|Music by||Alexandre Azaria|
|Edited by||Stan Collet|
|Distributed by||Mars Distribution|
|Box office||$3.7 million|
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.
- AFP (February 12, 2018). "Suspected mastermind on trial for France's 'heist of the century'". www.theguardian. Retrieved January 31, 2019.