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Léon: The Professional

MA15+ Crime

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Synopsis

Jean Reno (Da Vinci Code, Ronin) is Leon, a deadly and elusive killer. He lives a routine life, alone in New York with just his pot-plant for company - until the day his twelve year-old neighbour Mathilde (Natalie Portman in her screen debut) rings his doorbell in desperation. Mathilde has just narrowly escaped being murdered along with her parents and baby brother by a ruthless and corrupt cop Stansfield (Gary Oldman, The Fifth Element, The Dark Night) and his colleagues. Leon reluctantly takes Mathilde under his wing, and the two go on the run. But Mathilde wants revenge, and as she soon discovers, Leon can teach her how to exact it...

Leon: The Professional is a thrilling, bullet-riddled masterpiece from the director of The Big Blue, La Femme Nikita, and The Fifth Element, Luc Besson.

English language.

Release Date 1 July 2021
Running Time 1hr 50m
Rating MA15+ | Medium level violence, Drug use
Director Jean Reno, Gary Oldman, Natalie Portman

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