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The Professional movie review () | Roger Ebert
What is most endearing about the film is the palpable message throughout that Sesame Street was brought to us by the letters LOVE. Now playing Mortal Kombat. Together Together. Wet Season. Tiny Tim: King for a Day.
History repeats itself, the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce. So, apparently, do the films of Luc Besson. In he made " La Femme Nikita ," which in its cold sadness told the story of a tough street girl who became a professional killer and then a civilized woman. Now he has made "The Professional," about a tough child who wants to become a professional killer, and civilizes the man she chooses as her teacher. Besson seems fascinated by the "Pygmalion" story, by the notion of a feral street person who is transformed by education.
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