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  Dobermann on DVD
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  Starring the cooler than thou French husband and wife team Vincent Cassel (Black Swan, Irreversible) and Monica Bellucci (Irreversible, Shoot ‘Em Up) Dobermann is Jan Kounen’s stylish, supremely violent, rip-roaring action movie.

With its ultra-hip look and slick camerawork it ushered in a new era of French action films and has become a hugely requested cult classic. Dobermann hits DVD on 25 April 2011 courtesy of Second Sight Films.

Charismatic villain Dobermann (Cassel) leads a gang of depraved henchmen in a world of crime, drugs and endless violence. The gang boldly pull off a blood-soaked Paris bank heist in broad daylight under the noses of the police.

Ruthless police officer (Tcheky Karyo) takes the law into his own hands and makes it his mission to stop Dobermann by any means necessary. With its seedy, psychotic characters, beautifully choreographed explosive action sequences and high octane violence Dobermann is the dogs proverbials.
  Graeme Clark [1 Mar 2011 at 22:51]
     

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