Entertainment "Bronx", Olivier Marchal's new thriller finally on Netflix
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"Bronx", the new feature film by director Olivier Marchal which was to be released in theaters in September, will be offered "soon" on Netflix, the platform announced on Tuesday which claims 193 million subscribers worldwide.
After "36 Quai des Orfèvres", "Les Lyonnais" or "Braquo", the sixth film directed by Olivier Marchal tells about a settling of scores in the northern districts of Marseille with the cast of Jean Reno, Gérard Lanvin, Kaaris and Stanislas Merhar.
"Bronx" which was due for release on May 9 before being postponed due to the closure of cinemas, was shot in Marseille last fall. The availability date on Netflix has not been disclosed.
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Sidonie Dumas, general manager of Gaumont and producer, believes that "in the current context, that of the pandemic, we believe that + Bronx + will have optimal exposure on Netflix. This is a great opportunity for Olivier's film".
In recent years, Gaumont has co-produced several series and films for Netflix including "Narcos", the animated film "High in the Clouds" or the highly anticipated "Arsène Lupine", with Omar Sy in the role of the gentleman-burglar .
On the Amazon side, other films were offered directly to subscribers without going through the cinema box, including "Pinocchio" by Matteo Garonne and "Brutus vs César" by Kheiron.
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