Within the Arnault family, Dany, a teenager, disappears. Francois Visconti, worn and disillusioned police commander, is put on the case. The man goes looking for the teenager while he is reluctant to look after his own son, Denis, sixteen years old, who seems to be involved in drug trafficking. When Yan Bellaile, Dany's private teacher, learns of the disappearance of his former pupil, he is very interested in the investigation, and offers his services to the commander.

  • Aug 3, 2018
  • Suspense

Cast & Crew

  • Romain Duris

    Romain DurisActor

    Appealing actor Romain Duris is the exact example of those who arrived in the movie industry by chance, and to stardom without really desiring it. Discovered by a casting director while he was waiting in front of a high school in Paris, he was offered a role. Between popular successes such as Le péril jeune (1994), Dobermann (1997), Le petit poucet (2001), L'auberge espagnole (2002) or Arsène Lupin (2004), and independent films like Seventeen Times Cecile Cassard (2002), Exiles (2004), The Crazy Stranger (1997), Being Light (2001), Déjà mort (1998) or When the Cat's Away (1996), Duris proves to be versatile enough to be credible as a bandit, as a homosexual, or simply as a French student in the streets of Barcelona. The consecration has been The Beat That My Heart Skipped (2005); now Duris is seen as an excellent and touching actor by the critics and by the audience.
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  • Vincent Cassel

    Vincent CasselActor

    Blue-eyed Vincent Cassel was born in Paris to a leading actor father, Jean-Pierre Cassel, and a journalist mother, Sabine Litique. Often labeled as a tough guy because of his roles, eclectic choices and talent have made of him a star of European cinema. First in La Haine (1995), the young actor, actually coming from upper classes, succeeded to express the despair of a social class living in the suburbs of towns. This veracity in his play comes from the fact that he was in fact since years in connection with many hip-hop artists from the rising generation, (his own brother was leader of a legendary french rap group). Then the success of The crimson rivers, where he plays a young French cop alongside Jean Reno, made of him "the man to count on." He never hid his taste for rap music, break dance, Capoeira, Brasil and his endless energy, but Vincent is also a family man, married to Monica Bellucci, his Italian co-star from The Apartment (1996) (aka The Apartment); and recently a father.
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    Elodie BouchezActor

  • Sandrine Kiberlain

    Sandrine KiberlainActor

  • ERICK ZONCA

    ERICK ZONCADirector

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    JACQUES-HENRI BRONCKARTProducer

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