This low-budget, 1955 crime thriller, which introduced Americans to Parisian underworld slang, achieved cult status largely because of its legendary, 32-minute-long heist scene, which featured no dialogue and no music.

"Rififi" left such an impression on its faithful fans that copycat criminals began using criminal tricks from the movie for bank robberies and other crimes. It was banned in Mexico after multiple burglaries imitated those of the film.

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