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by Frank Henry


Following a series of ultra-violent break-ins, the authorities decide to give Captain Clara Damico free reign to neutralize a particularly well organized gang. Her only lead: Manuel Makarov, a renowned figure in the world of organized crime currently serving a twelve-year prison sentence. She promises him freedom in exchange for his collaboration. He categorically refuses. Lacking any other solution, she is obliged to force him to cooperate. Although wishing only to serve out his time so as to lead a quiet family life, Makarov is forced to escape and has no other option than hooking up with the All Blacks gang and involving them in a crime. He manages to infiltrate the gang. But things go awry when Damico asks Makarov to intervene with her son Cyril, a young deliquent whom she can no longer control.

original title: De force
country: France, Luxembourg, Belgium
sales agent: Kinology
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Frank Henry
release date: FR 26/10/2011
screenplay: Frank Henry
cast: Isabelle Adjani, Eric Cantona, Simon Abkarian, Thierry Frémont, Anne Consigny
cinematography by: Jean-Pierre Sauvaire
film editing: France Duez
art director: Régine Constant
costumes designer: Uli Simon, Claude Salmieri, Marco Papazian
music: Gast Waltzing
producer: Franck Chorot, Nicolas Steil, Jesus González
production: Marilyn Productions, Studio 37, Iris Films, Iris Productions, Umedia, Chaocorp
distributor: Rezo Films
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