Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
A student becomes a fugitive from justice in the wake of the May Day riots in France in 1968. His older brother Vincent (Jean-Pierre Mocky) is a violin-playing diamond smuggler who performs on cruise ships. He runs interference for his brother and his girlfriend to throw the police off their trail. Soon Vincent is branded as a vicious killer along with his brother. The younger brother got involved with some trigger-happy anarchists and killed some people at an orgy. The police are depicted as the villains who drive the French youth to murder in this tepid crime drama.
politics, anarchy, brother, escape, girlfriend, love, mass-murder, revolution, self-sacrifice, terrorism