WHO’S IN IT?
Jean Dujardin (The Artist), Gilles Lellouche (Tell No One), Céline Sallette (Rust and Bone), Mélanie Doutey (El Lobo), Guillaume Gouix (Midnight in Paris), Benoît Magimel (Little White Lies), Bruno Todeschini (Hôtel de France), Moussa Maaskri (Two Brothers), Féodor Atkine (World War Z), Pierre Lopez (Thérapine), Éric Collado (The Brice Man), Cyril Lecomte (Orlando), Jean-Pierre Sanchez (22 Bullets), Georges Neri (Taxi)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Cédric Jimenez (Aux Yeux de Tous), director, writer; Audrey Diwan (De Feu et de Glace), writer; Alain Goldman (La Vie en Rose), producer; Guillaume Roussel (3 Days to Kill), composer; Laurent Tangy (Mike), cinematographer; Sophie Reine (Populaire), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Young magistrate Pierre Michel (Dujardin) arrives with his wife and children in 1970s Marseille, a city riddled with corruption and deceit. When he decides to go up against Gaëtan Zampa (Lellouche), the untouchable godfather of the famous mafia organisation known as the French Connection, the stakes are raised higher than he could possibly imagine…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Oscar-winner Jean Dujardin brings his reliable magic and on-screen charisma to this intense French-language thriller, which explores one of the most dangerous criminal organisations of the 70s.