French writer-director Alexandre Arcady continues his saga of Algerian French-Jewish crime family the Bettouns in this well-mounted and stylish sequel to his 1982 LE GRAND PARDON.
A voice-over informs us that mob king Raymond Bettoun (Roger Hanin) has spent the last ten years in a Paris prison after "turning himself in to the authorities for avenging his family's honor by killing a sworn enemy on a high Jewish holiday." Now the ageing patriarch joins his son Maurice
(Richard Berry) in Miami, on the occasion of his grandson's lavish bar mitzvah. Maurice has have found wealth and social standing as a banker, although he's involved in rackets and laundering drug ...