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Léon: The Professional 1994

a.k.a. "Léon"

Mathilda, a 12-year-old girl, is reluctantly taken in by Léon, a professional assassin, after her family is murdered. Léon and Mathilda form an unusual relationship, as she becomes his protégée and learns the assassin's trade...

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Imdb rating: 8.6

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Brilliant movie, Natalie Portman shines in this, it's just so good.....9/10
FANTASTIC movie, check it out if you haven't seen it.
Hi chicago111,
i just know what site has the director's cut version HD...
@myselfI if you have a link it's okay to put it up...but the server has been busy all morning so good luck with that
This is a brilliant film. Nothing really new or different in terms of plot, but all the actors were spot on with their parts. Especially Gary Oldman who was just top drawer in his role. He sort of stole this film, IMO. And a very young Natalie Portman holding her own and doing a fine job in her role. In this film she shows the flashes of quality you see 11 years later in V For Vendetta.
And yes, it is a kind of twisted love story.
Hi Elfkin,

i found it on streaming website and immediately after; i buy it on amazon this afternoon...

PS:as i do not know if it is allow to put link, i send you link by private message...
@myselfI Hi. Are any of the links above the directors cut? or did you watch it off disc/tv
I just (re) view Leon Director's cut version ...
this film was already in my top 10 films that are, but the version Director's cut further underscores the real subject of this film: a large (undeniably particular) love story
The long version is more successful and more complete eminament.
This masterpiece is one of a kind

Gary Oldman is hateful as it should, and I'd forgotten how certain plans picture and music are amazing

I advise those who, like me, were not aware of this version Director'cut to view or re view this movie.
I've been having a Gary Oldman marathon. He's an amazing actor. It's been so much fun. I'm maybe halfway though his resume, if you will. I watched this a very long time ago and only remember parts of it, so I'm going to watch it again. I remember it being very good though. :)
I am not usually one to do flick-worship, but this one really hit me. The concept(s) are so simple, yet so well played.
And thank god Hayden Christensen was too young to be in the movie across from Natalie Portman.
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