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||IMDB Rating: 7.4/10 from 52,014 votes
||Release: 28 June 1991 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Action, Thriller
||Director: Luc Besson,
||Stars: Alain Lathière, Anne Parillaud, Bruno Randon, Helene Aligier, Jacques Boudet, Jacques Disses, Joseph Teruel, Laura Chéron, Marc Duret, Patrick Fontana, Patrick Pérez, Pierre-Alain de Garrigues, Roland Blanche, Stéphane Fey, Vincent Skimenti
||Synopsis: Nikita est très jeune, elle a vingt ans, mais elle a emprunté une mauvaise voie. Pendant un hold-up avec sa bande, elle tue un policier et est condamnée à la prison à vie. Les services secrets, par contre, lui offrent une voie de sortie : devenir un agent spécial, prêt à tout, à leur service. Nikita accepte et commence ainsi un apprentissage très dur qui concerne non seulement les différents modes de tuer, de prendre la fuite ou de faire face à des situations imprévues, mais aussi la manière de se comporter en femme qui a de la classe, capable de se conduire avec aisance dans tous les milieux. Sous la conduite de Bob, Nikita arrive à freiner son caractère rebelle et à surmonter la terrible épreuve finale. Elle semble être devenue une personne différente et tombe amoureuse. Mais faut-il faire confiance aux services secrets ? Written by Baldinotto da Pistoia
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This, the French La Femme Nikita, directed by Luc Besson, is one of the
strangest, most bizarre, yet psychologically truest movies ever made.
The story on the surface is absurd and something you'd expect from a
grade 'B' international intrigue thriller. Anne Parillaud plays Nikita,
a bitter, drug-dependent, unsocialized child of the streets who is
faster than a kung fu fighter and packs more punch than a Mike Tyson
bite. She's killed some people and is given a choice between death and
becoming an assassin for the French government.
This premise should lead to the usual action/adventure yarn, with lots
of fists flying, guns going off, people jumping off of buildings,
roaring through the streets in souped up vehicles, spraying bullets,
etc., as blood flows and bones shatter. And something like that does
happen. However there is a second level in which Nitika becomes the
embodiment of something beyond an action adventure heroine. She is
coerced and managed by society. Her individuality is beaten out of her
so that she can be molded into what the society demands. She comes out
of her 'training' with her individuality compromised, her free and
natural spirit cowed, but undefeated and alive, and she sets out to do
what she has been taught to do. And then she falls in love. And she
notices, somewhere along the way, amid the murder and the mayhem, that
there is something better than and more important than, and closer to
her soul in this world than killing and being killed. She finds that
she prefers love to hate, tenderness to brutality. She sees herself and
who she is for the first time, but it is too late. She cannot escape.
Or can she?
Parillaud brings a wild animal persona tinged with beauty and
unself-conscious grace to the role of Nikita. Marc Duret plays Rico,
the tender man she loves, and Tchéky Karyo is her mentor, Bob, whom she
also loves. Jeanne Moreau, the legend, has a small part as Amande, who
teaches Nikita lipstick application and how to be attractive.
Now compare this to the US remake called Point of No Return (1993),
starring Bridget Fonda. (Please, do not even consider the vapid TV
Nikita.) What's the difference? Well, Fonda's flashier, I suppose, but
nowhere is there anything like the psychological depth and raw animal
magnetism found in the original. The Fonda vehicle is simply a
one-dimensional action flick stylishly done in a predictable manner.
Besson's Nikita is a work of art that explores the human predicament
and even suggests something close to salvation.
As always with a French film, get the subtitled version. The dubbing is
always atrocious, and anyway there's really not that much dialogue.
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Tags for Nikita Full Movie
, Anne Parillaud
, Bruno Randon
, Helene Aligier
, Jacques Boudet
, Jacques Disses
, Joseph Teruel
, Laura Chéron
, Marc Duret
, Patrick Fontana
, Patrick Pérez
, Pierre-Alain de Garrigues
, Roland Blanche
, Stéphane Fey
, Vincent Skimenti
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