Paris, 1899. Jean Albertini, an orphan raised in poverty and now a commander of the gendarmerie, infiltrates an underground anarchist commune. This represents a great opportunity for him to climb the career ladder. But the further he goes, the more he begins to doubt himself. As Jean fills out police reports about the criminal group for his superiors, he falls deeper and deeper in love with the anarchist, Judith.
New French cinema stars Tahar Rahim (“The Prophet”) and Adèle Exarchopoulos (“Blue Is The Warmest Colour”) in a historical drama about the choice between duty and feeling. The film opened the “Critics’ Week” programme at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
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