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Loosely based on real events, this harrowing, superbly made drama by fast-rising filmmaker Gerardo Naranjo is Mexico’s submission for Best Foreign Language Film — rightfully so
-Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly
Matyas Erdely helps the director bring a measure of blood-chilling control to the whole horrific affair, elevating the entire aesthetic in the process.
-Peter Debruge, Variety
Naranjo, a graduate of the American Film Institute, has a gift for staging action that defines character. The film is a harrowing experience. It cuts deep.
-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
Poignant et terriblement prenant.
-Télé 7 jours


In 2001, Alain Marécaux and his wife Edith were arrested on accusations of pedophilia — horrific acts they never committed. Vincent Garenq’s disturbing drama inves­tigates the corrupt judicial system under which Alain spent years fighting to get out of prison, clear his name, and keep his family.

Theatrical Release Date

Original Languages: French
Genre: Drama, Thriller, World Cinema
Running Time: 102 min.
Year: 2011


Noémie Lvovsky
Pierre Torreton
Wladimir Yordanoff
Vincent Garenq