Woman Cop, The (La Femme Flic)

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La Femme Flic
La Femme flic-poster.jpg
Movie Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
Directed by Yves Boisset
Release Date 1980
Language French
Studio Sara Films
Distributor AMLF
Main Cast
Character Actor
Corinne Levasseur Miou-Miou
Inspector Simbert Alex Lacast
Inspector Roc Roland Blanche
Commissaire Porel Jean-Marc Thibault



The Woman Cop (La Femme Flic) is a 1980 French film directed by Yves Boisset. Starring Miou-Miou as Corinne Levasseur, Police inspector from Paris, who is transferred to a small village in Northern France, when an investigation uncovers evidence that is potentially damaging to some powerful local politicians. She is temporarily given a desk job before she is called on to solve the murder of a little girl. Her inquiry uncovers a child pornography ring that targets children from the working class.


The following weapons can be seen in The Woman Cop (La Femme Flic):

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Walther PP pistol

The Walther PP pistol is the issue weapon for police officers.

Post war Walther PP Pistol - .32 ACP
Inspector Corinne Levasseur (Miou-Miou) demonstrates her skill with a pistol.
Police Inspector Simbert (Alex Lacast) fires his sidearm on the range.
Walther PP in hand of Police Inspector Roc (Roland Blanche).
Commissaire Porel (Jean-Marc Thibault) controls a Levasseur's gun.



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