A botched robbery indicates a police informant, and the pressure mounts in the aftermath at a warehouse. Crime begets violence as the survivors -- veteran Mr. White, newcomer Mr. Orange, psychopathic parolee Mr. Blonde, bickering weasel Mr. Pink and Nice Guy Eddie -- unravel.
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Jonathan R. Hodges
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Mary Louise Rodgers
Enid L. Kantor
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Taglines: Seven Total Strangers Team Up For The Perfect Crime. They Don’t Know Each Other’s Name. But They’ve Got Each Other’s Color..
When a simple jewelry heist goes horribly wrong, the surviving criminals begin to suspect that one of them is a police informant.
Unfamiliar criminal elements gather in one place. Their employer is a well-known businessman in certain circles, sometimes turning big adventures. It was popular a few decades ago when, together with his partners, he was robbing banks. Now the names have changed, and partners have long retired. Only he remained, and only he remained faithful to his craft.
The man decides to crank up another raid. There is no serious guard in the bank of his city. Only the city police, with due dexterity, can interfere with their plans. But it takes time for her to arrive. Therefore, a squad of professional bandits is not going to wait for escort to the first prison. The goal is to go in, take money, go out. Have time to crank everything in two minutes, then get into the car and disappear from the state.
Preparation is in full swing. Each operative receives a code name, a certain color, which allows not to use their own names. A day is appointed when it will be completely conceived. It remains only to check the security system of the bank, but a separate detachment has already been sent to this mission. It would seem a successful robbery. What could possibly go wrong in this story?
Creators: Quentin Tarantino
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Star Cast: Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Michael Madsen
Producer (s): Lawrence Bender
Cinematographer: Andrzej Sekuła
Production House: Live America Inc., Dog Eat Dog Productions
Original network / Official Sites: Miramax Films
Release Year: 2 September 1992 (France)
Runtime: 99 min
Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Subtitles: English, Bengali
Eight men eat breakfast at a Los Angeles diner before carrying out a diamond heist. Led by Joe Cabot and his son and underboss “Nice Guy” Eddie Cabot, all other criminals use aliases: Mr. Brown, Mr. White, Mr. Blonde, Mr. Blue, Mr. Orange, and Mr. Pink. After discussing the Madonna song “Like a Virgin” and arguing over Pink’s habit of not tipping, the group leaves the diner to perform the heist.
After the heist, White flees with Orange, who was shot in the stomach by an armed woman during the escape and is bleeding severely in the back of the getaway car. At one of Joe’s warehouses, White and Orange rendezvous with Pink, who believes that the job was a setup, and that the police were waiting for them. White informs him that Brown is dead, Blue and Blonde are missing, and Blonde has murdered several innocent civilians during the heist; White is furious that Joe, his old friend, would employ a “psychopath” like Blonde. Pink has hidden the diamonds nearby. He argues with White over whether or not they should get medical attention for Orange, and the pair end up having a fight and draw guns at each other. They stand down when Blonde arrives with a kidnapped policeman, Marvin Nash.
Sometime earlier, Blonde meets with the Cabots, having completed a four-year jail sentence. To reward him for not having given Joe’s name to the authorities for a lighter sentence, they offer him a no-show job. Blonde insists that he wants to get back to “real work,” and they recruit him for the heist.
In the present, White and Pink beat Nash for information. Eddie arrives and orders them to retrieve the stashed diamonds and ditch the getaway vehicles, leaving Blonde in charge of Nash and Orange. Whilst dancing to Stealers Wheel’s “Stuck in the Middle with You”, Blonde tortures Nash before cutting off his right ear with a straight razor. Blonde then retrieves a gasoline can from his car, and is about to set Nash on fire, but Orange suddenly wakes up and shoots Blonde to death, saving Nash’s life. Orange then reveals to Nash that he is an undercover police officer and the police will arrive shortly.
Earlier, Orange – real name Freddy Newendyke – uses an elaborate tale of drug delivery to gain acceptance into the gang. Shortly thereafter, White becomes friends with Orange.
Back in the present, Eddie, Pink, and White return, Orange tries to convince them that Blonde planned to kill them all and steal the diamonds for himself. Eddie impulsively kills Nash and accuses Orange of lying, as Blonde was a longtime friend of his father. Joe then arrives with news that the police have killed Blue. He is about to execute Orange, whom he suspects is the traitor behind the setup, but White intervenes and holds Joe at gunpoint, insisting that White does not believe Orange is responsible. Eddie promptly aims at White, creating a Mexican standoff. All three fire; both Cabots are killed, and White and Orange are hit.
Pink, the only uninjured person, takes the diamonds and flees. As White cradles the dying Orange in his arms, Orange confesses that he is an undercover officer; White sobs in betrayal and reluctantly presses his gun to Orange’s head. In the background, Pink is heard attempting to escape and possibly being arrested, as the police storm the warehouse off screen and order White to drop his gun. It is implied that White shoots Orange and collapses as gunfire erupts, but the ending is left ambiguous.