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French director Luc Besson (Le Femme Nikita, The Professional, The Fifth Element) once claimed he would only make 10 films before retiring from the director's chair. Angel-A clocks in at number nine. Besson breaks new ground in his filmmaking with Angel-A, a movie about a small-time hood (Jamel Debbouze) about to end his life when he finds a beautiful, but supernatural woman (Rie Rasmussen) to accompany him on his exploits.

Sony Pictures Classics has just acquired the domestic rights to Angel-A the drama, which has already released in much of Europe.

Hint Hint: The hyphen in the title of Angel-A is to assist those to realize the name Angela contains the word angel.

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Here's a look at a few strinkingly beautiful shots...





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