Shoot The Piano Player

1960, Movie, NR, 80 mins

Shoot The Piano Player
A marvelously funny movie about sadness. For his follow-up to THE 400 BLOWS (1959), Francois Truffaut chose not to deliver another episode of his autobiography, nor to study childhood, but to pay homage to Hollywood gangster films. Deciding to adapt David Goodis's pulp novel Down There, Truffaut chose Charles Aznavour, one of France's most popular singers and songwriters, to play the role of Charlie Kohler, a honky-tonk cafe piano player who has given up his life as the famed concert pianist Edouard Saroyan. He becomes mixed up in the underworld affairs of his brother, Remy, and fears not only for his own safety, but for that of his adolescent brother, Kanay...
Released: 1960 Rated: NR Length: 80 mins

Are You Watching?

Shoot The Piano Player
Loading ...

Where To Watch

Shoot The Piano Player
Where Price
Amazon Instant Video$3.99
Amazon Instant Video$2.99
Amazon Instant Video$19.99
Amazon Instant Video$14.99
Where When
Where Availability
Availability dates vary by video service provider. Please check your On Demand menu.
Where Price

Shoot The Piano Player Clips & Interviews view all

Shoot The Piano Player (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Think Of Art Tatum
Shoot the Piano Player
Shoot The Piano Player (1960) -- (Movie Clip) I'd Rather Walk
Shoot The Piano Player (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Like Drilling For Oil

more Shoot The Piano Player videos

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular