THE MOZART OF PICKPOCKETS - PHILIPPE POLLET-VILLARD (2007)

Written and directed by French filmmaker Philippe Pollet-Villard, The Mozart of Pickpockets (Le Mozart des Pickpockets) won the Best Short Film Academy Award in 2008. A comedy short film, it follows Richard and Philippe, who live hand to mouth as they support a gang of Spanish pickpockets in Paris, posing as policemen who arrest a gang member while the others rifle the pockets and purses of gawkers. When the rest of the gang are arrested, Richard and Philippe are left with no money and the wide-eyed immigrant boy, a deaf-mute left behind in the arrests. Philippe suggests they form a criminal threesome but it is not fated to succeed. If you like the Oscar winning short film The Mozart of Pickpockets by Philippe Pollet-Villard be sure to rate it and share it.


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