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  • Unknown author (2010)
    For your eyes only (1981, USA) by John Glen Main Cast: Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet Company: Eon Productions In this Bond movie, 007 has to secure the ATAC, which is an instrument to control all British nuclear weapons. His opponent Milos Columbo, a Greek smuggler wants to sell the device to the Soviets. Scene: Gambling male in group adults non-transgressive cards 0:58:05-0:59:48: gambling In a casino Bond decides to gamble against “the odds” and beat another person in blackjack. Clip: 432
  • Unknown author (2010)
    Goldfiner (1964, USA) by Guy Hamilton Main Cast: Sean Connery; Gert Fröbe; Company: Eon Productions In this Bond movie, 007 has to stop Goldfinger from robbing Fort Knox. Scene: gambling male adults non-transgressive social problem 0:25:18-0:30:12: gambling In a golf match with gold at stake, Bond discovers that Goldfinger is cheating. He does not complain, but uses this cheat to make Goldfinger lose himself. Clip: 431
  • Unknown author (2010)
    Goldfiner (1964, USA) by Guy Hamilton Main Cast: Sean Connery; Gert Fröbe; Company: Eon Productions In this Bond movie, 007 has to stop Goldfinger from robbing Fort Knox. Scene: gambling cards male adults non-transgressive social problem 0:11:33-0:13:22: gambling Bond discovers that Goldfinger is cheating in a card game. Bond makes him then lose 50000 $ to the other gambler. Clip: 430
  • Unknown author (2009)
    La Baie des Anges (1962, F) by Jacques Demy Main Cast: Jeanne Moreau; Claude Mann; Company: Sud-Pacifique Films Jean is a banc clerk. A colleague, Caron takes him to the casino and Jean wins a lot. He leaves Paris and goes to Nice to gamble. There he meets Jackie a passionate gambler. Scene: gambling female adults table games non-transgressive 1:17:12-1:17:54: gambling Jean has borrowed from his father money for the train, back to Paris. Before he leaves he tries to convince Jackie to leave with him. At first she hesitates and continues to gamble, but then gets up and runs after him. Clip: 413
  • Unknown author (2009)
    La Baie des Anges (1962, F) by Jacques Demy Main Cast: Jeanne Moreau; Claude Mann; Company: Sud-Pacifique Films Jean is a banc clerk. A colleague, Caron takes him to the casino and Jean wins a lot. He leaves Paris and goes to Nice to gamble. There he meets Jackie a passionate gambler. Scene: gambling mixed adults table games tobacco non-transgressive money problem 1:08:46-1:10:48: gambling Jackie tries to get better numbers by flirting with the croupier. Jackie and Jean leave when they have no money left. Clip: 412
  • Unknown author (2009)
    La Baie des Anges (1962, F) by Jacques Demy Main Cast: Jeanne Moreau; Claude Mann; Company: Sud-Pacifique Films Jean is a banc clerk. A colleague, Caron takes him to the casino and Jean wins a lot. He leaves Paris and goes to Nice to gamble. There he meets Jackie a passionate gambler. Scene: gambling mixed adults table games tobacco non-transgressive money problem 1:00:59-1:03:40: gambling Jackie and Jean are in Monaco. In the casino they are not lucky and lose. They decide to return to Nice. Clip: 411
  • Unknown author (2009)
    La Baie des Anges (1962, F) by Jacques Demy Main Cast: Jeanne Moreau; Claude Mann; Company: Sud-Pacifique Films Jean is a banc clerk. A colleague, Caron takes him to the casino and Jean wins a lot. He leaves Paris and goes to Nice to gamble. There he meets Jackie a passionate gambler. Scene: gambling mixed adults table games tobacco transgressive money problem social problem 0:48:59-0:53:19: gambling Jackie wanted to leave to Paris, but ends up in the casino. There she gambles away her borrowed “train money”. Jean comes to the casino later and gets jealous, as Jackie gets a drink and some money from a stranger. Jean then gets jetton as well and starts to gamble. Now they both win a lot of money. Clip: 410
  • Unknown author (2009)
    La Baie des Anges (1962, F) by Jacques Demy Main Cast: Jeanne Moreau; Claude Mann; Company: Sud-Pacifique Films Jean is a banc clerk. A colleague, Caron takes him to the casino and Jean wins a lot. He leaves Paris and goes to Nice to gamble. There he meets Jackie a passionate gambler. Scene: gambling mixed adults table games tobacco non-transgressive money problem 0:32:53-0:37:46: gambling Jackie insists to go to the casino, as it is her lucky day. While Jackie is away of the table to change more money to jetton one person is thrown out of the casino. Jackie and Jean continue to gamble until their money is gone. Clip: 409
  • Unknown author (2009)
    La Baie des Anges (1962, F) by Jacques Demy Main Cast: Jeanne Moreau; Claude Mann; Company: Sud-Pacifique Films Jean is a banc clerk. A colleague, Caron takes him to the casino and Jean wins a lot. He leaves Paris and goes to Nice to gamble. There he meets Jackie a passionate gambler. Scene: gambling mixed adults table games tobacco non-transgressive in company 0:20:15-0:24:32: gambling Jean is the first time in the Casino in Nice. There he meets Jackie. By betting on the same numbers they start to talk and get to know each other. They leave, when Jean says they have won enough. Clip: 408
  • Unknown author (2009)
    La Baie des Anges (1962, F) by Jacques Demy Main Cast: Jeanne Moreau; Claude Mann; Company: Sud-Pacifique Films Jean is a banc clerk. A colleague, Caron takes him to the casino and Jean wins a lot. He leaves Paris and goes to Nice to gamble. There he meets Jackie a passionate gambler. Scene: gambling male adults non-transgressive social problem 0:14:20-0:15:55: gambling After being to the casino Jean and his father have an argument about gambling. As Jean does not want to quit gambling, but even plans to go to Nice, his father throws him out of the house. Clip: 407
  • Unknown author (2009)
    La Baie des Anges (1962, F) by Jacques Demy Main Cast: Jeanne Moreau; Claude Mann; Company: Sud-Pacifique Films Jean is a banc clerk. A colleague, Caron takes him to the casino and Jean wins a lot. He leaves Paris and goes to Nice to gamble. There he meets Jackie a passionate gambler. Scene: gambling male adults table games tobacco non-transgressive in company 0:08:41-0:12:44: gambling Caron explains the rules of roulette the first time Jean is in the casino. Caron has a list to mark the numbers, which have already appeared. Jean starts with a small bet but soon wins. He leaves, when he has won enough. Clip: 406
  • Unknown author (2009)
    Je suis timide… mais je me soigne (1978, F) by Pierre Richard Main Cast: Pierre Richard ; Aldo Maccione ; Company: Albina Productions Pierre is a timid man, who falls in love with Agnès, a beautiful and rich woman. He follows her to Nice and tries to impress her, by pretending to be rich himself. Scene: gambling mixed adults table games cards tobacco nontransgressive in company Gambling: 1:14:38-1:17:09 Pierre freely spends money in a casino in order to impress Agnès. The same time Aldo (Pierre’s friend) talks to Agnès. Pierre wins and continues to win, even after he found out that Agnès likes poor men. Only after she has left, he loses the money. Clip: 404
  • The Sting 
    Sosiologian laitos; Department of Sociology; Sociologiska institutionen (2008)
    The Sting (1973, USA) by George Roy Hill Main Cast: Robert Redford, Paul Newman Company: Universal Pictures Hooker and Gondorff are two gangsters in Chicago of the 1930s. They frame a corrupt banker to win a fortune. Scene: gambling male adults cards alcohol tobacco Transgressive in company 0:48:06-0:49:16+0:49:59-0:51:38+0:52:40-0:53:46+0:54:11-0:58:29: gambling In this scene the poker game between Gondorff and the banker is shown. Gondorff’s behaves deliberately rude and does not fit at the table of “gentlemen”. In the end, Gondorff wins, because he knows to cheat better than the banker. This clip is more about the skills of the protagonist and antagonist of the movie. Like in the game Gondorff bluffs and cheats better, as he also bluffs the banker later to get 500000 $ from him. Clip: 306
  • Svadba 
    Sosiologian laitos; Department of Sociology; Sociologiska institutionen (2008)
    Svadba (2000, RU) by Pavel Lungin Main Cast: Marat Basharov; Maria Miranova Company: Cathrine Dussart Productions Tanya returns from Moscow to her hometown and gets married with Misha. That her ex-boyfriend has mafia connections and Misha’s friend steals the wedding present for broke Misha complicates the wedding feast. Scene: gambling female adults in company 0:05:27-0:06:11: gambling Tanya flips a coin to find out if she asks Misha to marry her. Clip: 364
  • Sosiologian laitos; Department of Sociology; Sociologiska institutionen (2008)
    Bord de mer (2002, F) by Julie Lopes-Cerval Main Cast: Bulle Ogier; Ludmila Mikaël Company: Canal+ The movie tells about the live of Paul and his girlfriend Marie. Paul’s mother, Rose gambles at slot machines. Scene: gambling female adults machines Transgressive solitary money problem 0:30:57-0:31:57: gambling Rose has encumbered her house with a mortgage to have money to gamble. Clip: 106
  • Rounders 
    Sosiologian laitos; Department of Sociology; Sociologiska institutionen (2008)
    Rounders (1989, USA) by John Dahl Main Cast: Matt Damon, Edward Norton Company: Miramax Films Mike McDermott is a very good poker-player. He is a student and works also as a delivery agent for a transportation company. Nevertheless he looses 30000$ in a game. Afterwards he stops gambling and studies law and does ordinary work. When his good friend Les gets out of prison, they start to gamble to pay back the debts of Les. Scene: gambling male adults cards tobacco Transgressive in company money problem 0:13:11-0:17:38 In this scene we can see a typical gambling scene. A table with baize, smoking players, and one light only sheds light on the table. Mike is playing and loses 30000$. Afterwards he looks quite shocked. Discussion: The statement of the audience should be negative. Although not that very negative, as Mike is looking really shocked. Hence he is caring still about something and not only about gambling. Clip: 32 (Addictions 4)
  • Sosiologian laitos; Department of Sociology; Sociologiska institutionen (2008)
    The Simple Truths – A Russian soap opera There’s a new desire at school - card games. Schoolchildren begin to play card games; they loose all their pocket money on these games. Also there are some teachers at school who were gamblers in their past. These teachers decided to take part in the children card games. The teachers’ reason for joining in gambling is that if they win the pupils promise to stop gambling. Scene: gambling male adolescent or children cards nontransgressive in company 0:10:48-0:11:34: gambling Some pupils gamble in their classroom. Clip: 382
  • The Sting 
    Sosiologian laitos; Department of Sociology; Sociologiska institutionen (2008)
    The Sting (1973, USA) by George Roy Hill Main Cast: Robert Redford, Paul Newman Company: Universal Pictures Hooker and Gondorff are two gangsters in Chicago of the 1930s. They frame a corrupt banker to win a fortune. Scene: gambling male adults cards nontransgressive 0:46:40-0:47:30: gambling Gondorff demonstrates his skills in card playing. Nevertheless at the end of the scene he screws his little tricks. This scene is about competence, but not addiction. Clip: 305
  • Sosiologian laitos; Department of Sociology; Sociologiska institutionen (2008)
    The good thief (2002, USA) by Neil Jordan Main Cast: Nick Nolte; Nutsa Kukhianizde Company: Fox Searchlight Pictures The aging gambler Bob Montagnet plans with some accomplices to rob a casino and some expensive paintings. One of the robberies is just a diversion. In the end Bob wins in the Casino more than enough to pay back a debt. Scene: gambling male adults betting Transgressive in company 0:13:02-0:13:52: gambling Bob is at a horse race, bets and loses. He does not show much reaction. Clip: 191
  • Sosiologian laitos; Department of Sociology; Sociologiska institutionen (2008)
    Simpsons: $pringfield (1993, USA) by Matt Groening Main Cast: Dan Castellaneta Company: 20th Century Fox In this serial Springfield builds a Casino to fill the empty city treasury. Homer works as a blackjack dealer and Marge starts to gamble. Scene: gambling female adults machines Transgressive solitary 00:10:59-00:11:20 Marge finds a quarter on the ground and starts to play with it. She wins. After that she leaves but returns after she checked her watch at the door. This scene sums up nicely the start of a gambling career. It is more by coincidence that Marge starts, but then she wins and returns to the machine. Clip: 293