WHO’S IN IT?

Richard Gere (An Officer and A Gentleman), Lior Ashkenazi (Footnote), Michael Sheen (Frost/Nixon), Steve Buscemi (Reservoir Dogs), Josh Charles (Dead Poets Society), Charlotte Gainsbourg (Melancholia), Ann Dowd (Compliance), Dan Stevens (The Guest), Hank Azaria (Run Fat Boy Run), Isaach de Bankolé (Calvary)

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

Joseph Cedar (Footnote), director, writer; Miranda Bailey (The Diary of a Teenage Girl), Lawrence Inglee (Swiss Army Man), David Mandil (Beaufort), Oren Moverman (The Ticket), Eyal Rimmon (Waxwork) and Gideon Tadmor (American Ultra), producers; Jun Miyake (French Dolls), composer; Yaron Scharf (Hunting Elephants), cinematographer; Brian A. Kates (Killing Them Softly), editor

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

Norman Oppenheimer (Gere) is a small-time Jewish fixer for American-Israeli politicians and businesses, who befriends Micha (Ashkenazi), a young politician. A few years later, Micha has gone on to become a major world leader, which has drastic consequences for Norman…

IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?

Richard Gere’s mini-resurgence in smaller independent films continues with his all-consuming performance in this tragi-comic tale of a man undone by the very thing he helped create.

WHEN’S IT OUT?

FRIDAY 9TH JUNE 2017