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Cu mîinile curate, Movie, 1972 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • With Clean Hands
  • Mit reinen Händen (Germany)
  • A banditák alkonya (Hungary)
  • Con le mani pulite (Italy)
  • Czyste rece (Poland)

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Andre Malraux RO

2012-05-24 18:30

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The correct year is 1972. ;)

Great work, 3loader! :king:

Andre Malraux RO

2012-05-24 18:36

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The beginning of the movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5n0PxqiMoM .

The action is set in april 1945, before the ending of the war, in a Bucharest with buildings destroyed by allied bombers.

Here is the whole movie, but is translated in russian: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uk2AUVbKulI&feature=related . :)

-- Last edit: 2012-05-24 18:52:45

3loader RU

2012-05-24 22:33

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:)

Andre Malraux RO

2012-05-25 13:49

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The film is inspired by real facts.

In 1945, Bucharest was terrorized by gangsters who commited armed robberies and killings. Fights between gangsters and policemen (with victims from both sides) were a common thing. This was not the situation in precedent years, when marshal Antonescu ruled the country with an iron hand. But, in the chaos which followed 23 august 1944, when Antonescu was arrested by king Michael (who still live, is born in 1921 and his passion was alaways cars, since childhood; he always repaired himself his cars; he has a Willys and a Bantam receveid as a gift from americans, they are in perfect condition; king Michael is the president of Retromobil Club), so, in the chaos which followed 23 august 1944, when Antonescu was arrested by king Michael and we began to fight with the allies, against Germany (the contrary to what we did before), many bandits armed theirself and transformed Bucharest (they also acted in other cities) in something like Chicago in the 1930s. It was the same situation as in 1946 - 1955 France, where the so called "Traction Avant (from 1934 - 1957 Citroen, who was their favourite car) gangs" operated.

The man who stopped this gangs was, in France, Roger Borniche (born 1919, still living). In Romania, was the police commissar Eugen Alimanescu (1916 - 1958). He realized is only one method to win against this gangsters: shoot them. He formed a squad of 22 men from the Police Academy, for evoyed to work with corrupt policemen (yes, the same method applied by Eliot Ness) and, with his men, shot the bandits and leave them in the street for three days, as an example. Today, may look brutal, but it was the only solution. IF you succed to arrest these gangsters, IF you succed to find proofs that they are guilty of armed robberies and killings, they produced false witnesses who provied alibies for them. Besides, they were very numerous.

Alimanescu worked at a jewelry theft case which took place in the city of Sinaia. He discoverd that the thieves were Soviet Army officers (at that time, Soviet Army occupied Romania). He convoked these men "for a discussion" and shot them. For that, in 1951, he was arrested. In 1958, he was assassinated. Some sources say he was "executed", other sources say he was killed during a transfer to a prison. He was throwed from the train who transported him. Officialy, was "attempt to escape".

-- Last edit: 2012-05-26 16:45:51

Andre Malraux RO

2012-05-25 16:30

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About the cars: in the '40s, practicaly all cars were american and german, in Romania. Mostly american (the first Ford factory in Romania was opened in 1935, in Bucharest; it was shut in september 1946). We also had french, italian, english and czech cars (I know a 1934 Skoda in perfect condition), but they were few.

I know personally (among other cars) a 1938 Plymouth, a 1938 Mercedes and a 1938 Opel which come at every meeting of old cars. I have a friend who has a 1938 Adler. He bought it in 1986, when this cars were very cheap. You find pictures of some of this cars here: http://www.retromobil.ro/ . Click on "GALERIE FOTO" (on the left, on the orange field). First cars posted here are king Michael's four WWII jeeps. (Click on the camera.)

For make an idea about the cars of that time in Bucharest: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oC074zjlmGQ .

Ah, 1930s traffic! Today, traffic, in Bucharest, is... unspeackable... Better not to talk about it, because I become mad. :mad:

-- Last edit: 2012-05-26 18:11:10

mike962 DE

2012-05-25 19:01

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persoanlly I wish this pragmatic way could be applied more often, today we have too much of the human rights hypocracy where gangsters have much more rights than their victims.... but if you make a killer squad like that you have the problem that many high anking police officers are also corrupt and part of the gangsters

Andre Malraux wrote The film is inspired by real facts.

In 1945, Bucharest was terrorized by gangsters who commited armed robberies and killings. Fights between gangsters and policemen (with victims from both sides) were a common thing. This was not the situation in precedent years, when marshal Antonescu ruled the country with an iron hand. But, in the chaos which followed 23 august 1944, when Antonescu was arrested by king Michael (who still live, is born in 1921 and his passion was alaways cars, since childhood; he always repaired himself his cars; he has a Willys and a Bantam receveid as a gift from americans, they are in perfect condition; king Michael is the president of Retromobil Club), so, in the chaos which followed 23 august 1944, when Antonescu was arrested by king Michael and we began to fight with the allies, against Germany (the contrary to what we did before), many bandits armed theirself and transformed Bucharest (they also acted in other cities) in something like Chicago in the 1930s. It was the same situation as in 1946 - 1955 France, where the so called "Traction Avant (from 1934 - 1957 Citroen, who was their favourite car) gangs" operated.

The man who stopped this gangs was, in France, Roger Borniche (born 1919, still living). In Romania, was the police commissar Eugen Alimanescu (1916 - 1958). He realized is only one method to win against this gangsters: shoot them. He formed a squad of 22 men from the Police Academy, for evoyed to work with corrupted policemen (yes, the same method applied by Eliot Ness) and, with his men, shot the bandits and leave them in the street for three days, as an example. Today, may look brutal, but it was the only solution. IF you succed to arrest these gangsters, IF you succed to find proofs that they are guilty of armed robberies and killings, they produced false witnesses who provied alibies for them. Besides, they were very numerous.

Alimanescu worked at a jewelry theft which took place in the city of Sinaia. He discoverd that the thieves were Soviet Army officers (at that time, Soviet Army occupied Romania). He convoked these men "for a discussion" and shot them. In 1951, he was arrested. In 1958, he was assassinated. Some sources say he was "executed", other sources say he was killed during a transfer to a prison. He was throwed from the train who transported him. Officialy, was "attempt to escape".


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Andre Malraux RO

2012-05-25 21:41

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mike962 wrote persoanlly I wish this pragmatic way could be applied more often, today we have too much of the human rights hypocracy where gangsters have much more rights than their victims.... but if you make a killer squad like that you have the problem that many high anking police officers are also corrupt and part of the gangsters


I don't think so, because the purposes are different. When these gangsters were liquidated, romanian police abandoned this methods.

-- Last edit: 2012-05-25 21:50:40

Andre Malraux RO

2013-02-06 00:20

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Lateef NO

2013-02-06 00:39

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Welcome back, Andre :D

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