As addictions and murky loyalties swirl around them, three women desperate to escape their surroundings rob a group of drug dealers and find themselves fighting through a night that will change their lives forever.
This French-Canadian crime/action drama, which satirizes U.S. crime films, was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in 1972 and was well received. In the picture, perfectly ordinary people murder, steal, and torture one another with casual abandon in order to solve their everyday problems.
A woman desperate to save her injured husband is taken hostage by an escaped mental patient.
Commissaire Edouard Coleman is a Paris police chief whose life investigating violent crimes has left him despondent. After beginning an affair with a beautiful but cold woman named Cathy, he befriends her boyfriend, Simon, a local nightclub owner. Unbeknownst to Edouard, however, Simon is also a ruthless bank robber and drug smuggler who is planning one final heist. Edouard is forced to pursue Simon after learning his true identity.
Also known as 'Dirty Money' as well as 'The Great Riviera Bank Robbery'. A group of fervent right wing French nationalists plan to finance a government coup and smash communists by pulling off a daring bank robbery.
For opposite reasons, an undercover federal agent and a small time hood join forces to take on a union of drug lords and dirty cops.
Stock car racer Brad Carlton (Greg Evigan) throws the Mishaw family into a tailspin the night heiress Helen Mishaw slams her car into his motorcycle. He gets romantically involved with Helen Milshaw (Mitzi Kapture), and helps multi-million dollar Milshaw Industries win a valuable government military contract. However, when Brad becomes the victim of sabotage and strange accidents, he realizes someone want to stop him cold - dead cold!
The Darling family's obscene wealth and enormous power makes them easy targets for their rivals, enemies, and the tabloids. Patriarch Tripp uses his money and influence to shield his five adult children from the prying eyes of the world. As the Darlings' reluctant personal lawyer, Nick George has barely begun to discover the legal - and illegal - needs of the family. Blackmail threats. Questionable deals. Illegitimate children. Illicit affairs. It will take every trick he can think of to keep them out of the tabloids - and out of jail. But if he can solve his father's mysterious death, it might be worth the hassle. Enter a seductive world of glamorous people, exclusive parties and delicious intrigue.
From crippling payday loans to cars that cheat emissions tests, this investigative series exposes brazen acts of corporate greed and corruption.
Trond Espen Seim (Varg Veum, The Legacy and The Thing) stars as Sverre Fjeld, a young police officer who's caught between the law and his own conscience. Sverre is fresh out of the police academy and about to get married to his longtime girlfriend. As he takes his first job in Olso, a chance meeting with a young single mother leads to a larger web of dirty money, white lies, drugs, corruption and clandestine liaisons.
The fast-paced, general knowledge quiz where the rules are simple, but the game is dirty.
Dirty Money: The Story of the Criminal Assets Bureau was an Irish crime program broadcast on TV3 at 10pm on Monday nights. The show began on 25 February and ended on 3 April 2008. The series comprised six one-hour episodes examining the role of the Criminal Assets Bureau. The program was presented and narrated by the then Sunday World journalist Paul Williams. Williams explores what led to the establishment of the multi-agency Bureau and interviews the people who played a big part in the formation of the bureau. The series was released on DVD in the run up to Christmas 2008. The programme began a repeat broadcast on 6 January 2009, ending on 9 February 2009.