Strongly influenced by LE SAMOURAI, John Woo referred to THE KILLER as a tribute to Jean-Pierre Melville. Putting THE KILLER and DIRTY MONEY side by side, you’ll find interesting similarities – bond and rivalry between a good cop and a bad guy; honor and friendship; law and outlaw; bromance and romance. While Woo’s poetic violence and Melville’s cold disillusion look different, both directors are acclaimed in their own distinctive visual style.
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