Levy and Goliath (Lévy et Goliath) (1987) - Rotten Tomatoes

Levy and Goliath (Lévy et Goliath) (1987)





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In this comedy, young Moses Levy is a Hassidic Jew who lives a quiet existence, avoiding entanglement with the modern world. However, his job requires that he travel between the diamond capital of Antwerp to Paris to deliver diamond powder to an auto assembly plant. Without his knowledge, a gang of cocaine smugglers stashed some of their similar-looking wares amid his own, so as to make it past customs. When they begin taking drastic actions in order to get their stash back, Moses is forced to call on his worldly brother Albert -- a man who has left the faith -- in order to stay alive. Along the way, he almost becomes romantically entangled with a Muslim girl and has encounters with an undercover cop in drag at a club featuring transvestite performers. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi


Richard Anconina
as Moise Levy
Jean-Claude Brialy
as Bijou/Delaroche
Sophie Barjac
as Brigitte
Robert Hossein
as Goliath's customer
Evelyne Didi
as Marlene
Didier Pain
as Bob Gendron
Maurice Chevit
as Uncle Mardoche
Jean-Paul Farré
as Worker at Renault
Alain Flick
as Non-smoker in train
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... the problem here is that the heavy hand of Gerard Oury, who directed and collaborated on the script for ''Levy and Goliath,'' knocks over credibility some time before Levy knocks over Goliath.

January 10, 2018 | Full Review…

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