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Entertainment designated guilty: Tahar Rahim and the true story seen by the film team

04:50  22 july  2021
04:50  22 july  2021 Source:   allocine.fr

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The film tells the story of Mohamedou Ould Slahi, a Mauritanian man held without charge for 14 years, during which time he was repeatedly tortured. In the film , Slahi is portrayed by Tahar Rahim , and Jodie Foster plays Slahi’s lawyer, Nancy Hollander. SGT. S. SANDS: [played by Langley Kirkwood] If you stray outside the designated areas, you will be removed from the And when there was nothing happening, which was true for years, encapsulated in that scene, Teri and I took turns going back every couple of months to see Mohamedou, because there was no other way to communicate with him.

Even taking acknowledged creative liberties, the true story at the core of "The Serpent" sinks its teeth into you, chronicling a murder spree by a slick con man, and the unlikely diplomat whose determined efforts helped apprehend him. Anchored by Tahar Rahim ("The Mauritanian"), the eight-part series drags in places, but gradually becomes the kind of binge that those who get drawn in might well consume in a weekend.

of the director Kevin MacDonald to the true protagonists of the case, Mohamedou Ould Slahi and Nancy Hollender, the team of "designated guilty" evokes the film , from his true story to the performance of Tahar Rahim.

Désigné coupable : Tahar Rahim et l'histoire vraie vus par l'équipe du film © Metropolitan FilmExport designated guilty: Tahar Rahim and the true story seen by the film team

named Golden Globes and the Bafta Awards, designated cobbleth is already one of the migrant films of this Year 2021. If only for its true story, that of Mohamedou Ould Slahi , detained in Guantanamo for many years because of suspicion of his involvement in the attacks of September 11th.


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The true story of Mohamedou Ould Slahi ( Tahar Rahim ) captured by the US government and held for years without trial or charge. Jodie Foster plays her lawyer, inhabited by her faith in justice. Von Boehm's film sets the record straight by leaving plenty of room for the testimonies of models and actresses who have known and worked for the man who photographed them naked and furiously conquering. The interested party completes the portrait by evoking his meticulous way of working and his youth sacked by Nazism.

Jodie Foster and Benedict Cumberbatch co-star in this righteous but scattered true story about a man locked in Guantanamo Bay for 14 years. that unpacks the case of Mohamedou Ould Salahi with the crude imprecision of a courtroom sketch artist, Kevin Macdonald’s “The Mauritanian” is buoyed only by Tahar Rahim ’s humane performance as a Guantanamo Bay prisoner who spent 14 years in the extrajudicial facility without ever being charged with a crime, and its unwavering conviction that America’s highest ideals can lead a.

Incarnated By Tahar Rahim on the screen, it comes back with us on this film alongside Nancy Hollender, his lawyer played by Jodie Foster in the feature film, as well as the director Kevin MacDonald . After heading in the eagle of the Ninth Legion ten years ago, the filmmaker finds the comedian of a Prophet , and he does not take any praise on him at our microphone. Not without emphasizing the importance of his new opus, when Joe Biden promises, too, to close Guantanamo.

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