L’Aîné des Ferchaux 

France, Italy – 1963 – Color – 102’ 

Direction: Jean-Pierre Melville | Screenplay: Jean-Pierre Melville, Georges Simenon (“L'Aîné des Ferchaux”) | Cinematography: Henri Decaë | Editing: Monique Bonnot, Claude Durand | Music: Georges Delerue | Cast: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charles Vanel, Michèle Mercier, Stefania Sandrelli, Malvina Silberberg | Production: Charles Lumbroso, Jérôme Sutter 

Young boxer Michel Maudet is fired by his manager after a series of match defeats and is forced to look for a new job. Answering an ad, he will find a job as secretary to a millionaire named Ferchaux, who has a criminal past. The two will travel to America for business and soon Michel will be faced with new troubles.

*This was the first color film directed by Jean-Pierre Melville.