Watch Farewell Friend 1968 ((BETTER))
if you can overlook the misogyny and the dubbing, there's an interesting character study, and a wealth of hard-boiled, world-weary dialogue built into this one, along with that bank vault that Charles Bronson and Alain Delon spend the middle section of the film trapped inside---shot, structured and plotted just off-kilter enough that it's definitely worth a watch if you're a friend of Bronson and/or Delon (or if you're not, but you're feeling pretty cynical) and that it just might be worth a watch if you're not.
Watch Farewell Friend 1968
His first great European success was in "Farewell, Friends," opposite Alain Delon. That made him a lead, and then movies like "The Dirty Dozen" and "Rider on the Rain" made him a star. Although he worked for years in Europe, he refused to live there; he always maintained his home in America. He met Jill Ireland on a set in Germany in 1968, three years after her separation from David McCallum and a year after her divorce. And now, he says, "I don't have any friends, and I don't want any friends. My children are my friends." And in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, he is said to be the top box-office draw. "One of the ironies," he observed, "is that I made my breakthrough in movies shot in Europe that the Japanese thought were American movies and that the Americans thought were foreign." 041b061a72