reż|dir Jacques Audiard | FR | 2015 | 109 min
prod|pro Pascal Caucheteux scen|wr Noé Debré, Thomas Bidegain, Jacques Audiard zdj|ph Eponine Momenceau muz|mus Nicolas Jaar mon|ed Juliette Welfling ob|cast Antonythasan Jesuthasan, Kalieaswari Srinivasan, Claudine Vinasithamby, Vincent Rottiers, Marc Zinga dys|dis Solopan


To escape the civil war in Sri Lanka, a former soldier Sivadhasan (Antonythasan Jesuthasan), a young woman Yalini (Kalieaswari Srinivasan) and a little girl Illayaal (Claudine Vinasithamby) pose as a family. They end up settling in a housing project outside Paris. They barely know one another, but try to build a life together.

2015 IFF in Cannes – Palme d’Or

Jacques Audiard (1952) French screenwriter, director, and actor. His first self-directed film, “See How They Fall,” has been awarded the César for Best First Work. In 2009 his famous “A Prophet” came out; the film has been awarded the Grand Prix at the Cannes festival. “Dheepan” is Audiard's fourth film to enter the competition in Cannes and also the first to win the Palme d'Or. Audiard's original works are based on combining psychological nuance with the tension that characterises action cinema and gangster movies (which brings him closer to the tradition of Jean-Pierre Melville and Henri-Georges Clouzot). He comes from a family of filmmakers – he's the son of the valued French director Michel Audiard.

2015 Dheepan
2012 Kości i rdza | Rouille et d'os, De | Rust and Bone
2009 Prorok | Prophète, Un | Prophet, A
2005 W rytmie serca | Battre mon coeur s'est arrêté, De | Beat That My Heart Skipped, The
2001 Na moich ustach | Sur mes lèvres | Read My Lips
1996 Wielce skromny bohater | Héros très discret, Un | Self-Made Hero, A
1994 Patrz jak idą na dno | Regarde les hommes tomber | See How They Fall

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Projekt i realizacja: Tomasz Żewłakow