Rebellion (2011 film)
Rebellion (French: L'Ordre et la Morale; literally "The Order and the Moral") is a 2011 French historical drama film directed, produced, co-written, co-edited by and starring Mathieu Kassovitz. Set in New Caledonia but filmed in Tahiti, the film recreates a version of the Ouvéa cave hostage taking in 1988. Kassovitz, Benoît Jaubert and Pierre Geller were collectively nominated for the 2012 Best Writing (Adaptation) César Award.
|Directed by||Mathieu Kassovitz|
|Produced by||Mathieu Kassovitz|
|Written by||Benoît Jaubert|
|Music by||Klaus Badelt|
|Edited by||Thomas Beard|
|Distributed by||UGC Distribution|
|Box office||$2.3 million|
In a French overseas colony, 30 policemen are taken hostage by local separatists. Captain Philippe Legorjus is sent out to negotiate with rebel leader Alphonse Dianou. With him are 300 French soldiers who are ready for if his efforts fail for a peaceful solution.
- Mathieu Kassovitz as GIGN Captain Philippe Legorjus
- Iabe Lapacas as Alphonse Dianou
- Malik Zidi as JP Perrot
- Alexandre Steiger as Jean Bianconi
- Daniel Martin as Bernard Pons
- Philippe Torreton as Christian Prouteau
- Sylvie Testud as Chantal Legorjus
- Steeve Une as Samy
- Philippe de Jacquelin Dulphé as Brigadier Vidal
- Patrick Fierry as Colonel in the Dubut Army
- Jean-Philippe Puymartin as the commandant of the Gendarmerie Jérôme
- Stefan Godin as Lieutenant Colonel of the Gendarmerie Benson (as Stéfan Godin)
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- Smith, Ian Hayden (2012). International Film Guide 2012. p. 119. ISBN 978-1908215017.
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- "Rebellion" (PDF). unifrance.org. Retrieved 23 January 2014.