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Omar Killed Me (Omar m'a tuer)

Arab Feature Competition - Doha Tribecca Film Festival 2011

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Roschdy Zem / Feature Narrative / France, Morocco / 2011 / 84 min / Colour / 35 mm / In Arabic, French / Arabic, English subtitles / MENA Premiere
Rated: Parental guidance is advised for viewers under the age of 13. Individuals under the age of 13 are not admitted into cinemas unless accompanied by an individual aged 18 or older.

Synopsis

The film tracks the investigation of a gardener wrongly convicted for the murder of his employer, a rich heiress. A journalist convinced of his innocence defends his case, uncovering one of the most shocking violations of justice in the last 20 years. The film explores a universal problem – that there are two standards of justice in the world: one for the powerful and one for the poor.

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About the Director

Roschdy Zem is a French actor, writer and director of Moroccan descent. He won a best actor award at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival for his role in “Days of Glory”. He has starred in more than 30 films and his films as writer/director are “Bad Faith” and “Omar Killed Me”.

Credits

Director
Roschdy Zem
Screenwriter
Roschdy Zem, Olivier Gorce
Producer
Tessalit Productions, Jean Bréhat, Rachid Bouchareb
Editor
Monica Coleman
Executive Producer
Muriel Merlin
Co-Producer
Mars Films, France 2 Cinema, Hole In One, Soread-2M, SNRT(MAROC)
Music
Alexandre Azaria
Cinematographer
Jéerôome Almeras
Distributor
Tessalit Productions
Cast
Sami Bouajila, Denis Podalydèes, Maurice Benichou, Salomé Stévenin

Contacts

  • Press Contact

    Jean Bréhat

    Company: 
    3B Productions
    Phone: 
    +33 143 131 060

  • Print Source

    Tessalit Productions

    Company: 
    3B Productions Tadrat Films Tessalit Productions
    Phone: 
    +33 143 131 060

  • Sales Contact

    Elle Driver

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    Elle Driver
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    +33 1 56 43 48 70

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