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Incredibly tense EXCLUSIVE clip of The Connection

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The French Connection. While undeniably synonymous with high street excellence nowadays, the term was originally coined to reference the murky international drugs ring which ran between Marseille and New York in the ‘70s.

And you don't have to be a criminal mastermind to know which of these sets the scene for stylish new thriller The Connection. Starring Jean Dujardin (The Artist) as the young police magistrate who decides to take a stand and clean up the city that he and his family have newly arrived in, leading to collision course with the Mafia and feared godfather Gaëtan Zampa (Mesrine’s Gilles Lellouche).

Better yet, thanks to ShortList Film Club, you can watch the film for free when it’s screened in six separate events between 22 and 28 May.

Click here for more details of that. In the meantime, here’s an exclusive tense clip of the film.

Big guns, big radios, big suits - what more could you ask for?

The Connection lands in cinemas May 29; Click here for ShortList Film Club screenings.

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