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Movie Info

A journalist tracks down a missing French diplomat.

Cast & Crew

Pierre Grasset
Pierre Delmas
Christiane Eudes
Anne Fèvre-Berthier
Glenda Leigh
Virgiia Graham
Ginger Hall
Judith Nelson
Colette Fleury
Françoise Bonnot
Florence Melville
Producer
Alain Terouanne
Producer
Martial Solal
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Nicolas Hayer
Cinematographer
Daniel Gueret
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Critic Reviews for Two Men in Manhattan

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Audience Reviews for Two Men in Manhattan

  • Mar 06, 2014
    In "Two Men in Manhattan," a French diplomat has gone missing in New York City. Due to the sensitive nature of his work, Moreau's(Jean-Pierre Melville, who also wrote, directed and produced) superiors have told him to be careful with his journalistic investigations. However, his first two inquiries lead nowhere. So, he turns to Delmas(Pierre Grasset), a photgrapher for Match magazine, who he was warned about probably due to his drinking. But it is Delmas who comes up with some viable leads for them to try. However, unbeknowst to the two men, somebody is trailing them... Like I've pointed out elsewhere, the first thing European filmmakers want to do when they come to America is to find a dive bar. And that especially seems true for Jean-Pierre Melville with his film "Two Men in Manhattan" in creating an instant nostalgia from a now bygone New York(at least Rockefeller Center has not changed much) that is actually a little ahead of its time, and the characters inhabiting it. While Moreau keeps his distance from the sights and sounds of the city, it is Delmas who has fallen prey to its jazzy siren call. But all of that cool atmosphere can only get the movie so far with its weak mystery and lesser story, as it goes on just a little too long for its own good.
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