Roughly made crime comedy is not unappealing, with Noël Noël's gentle character at it's centre.
At Le Prince Igor club, gangsters decide the best way to distribute dope is to use naive Noël, who sells violets on the street outside.
Meanwhile one of the gangsters, disguised as an Abbé, kidnaps three kids. Noël finds himself unknowingly transporting a body in a club costumes trunk and giving a couple of gendarmes a lift to the kidnap house with it in back. He finally sorts things out, after a shoot-out with cops. Technically uneven, with the OK 2nd unit footage - suburban train at night etc. - not matching. Rather drab.
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