Death List

La liste


A series of strange murders is committed in Paris. All clues point to an ex-cop...
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Directed by

Christian Faure (The Poisoner, A Love to Hide)


Eric Cantona (Looking for Eric, Children of the Marshlands)
Stéphan Guérin-Tillié (Zodiac Murders 1 & 2)
Liane Foly
Claire Borotra (Birghd-Eyed Revenge, Death List, Vanished By the Lake)
Daniel Russo (A Man of Honour / Un Homme d Honneur)


Septembre Productions (Landru, A Mother’s Combat, Cayenne) in coproduction with Be-Films and R.T.B.F with the participation of TF1

2009 / Original language: French / Color / 1.77 / Stereo / available in hd

Ex-cop Michael Lombardi receives an anonymous email with the names of the five people responsible for the Brecht slaughter, which occurred 25 years ago, in which his parents were brutally murdered.
The first person on that list is killed. Michael has been filmed on the crime scene by security cameras and becomes the prime suspect.
In order to clear his name, Michael and his brother, detective Roman Lombardi, launch their own parallel investigation of the murder.
But what they uncover along the way might shed new and painful light on the murder of their parents…


"A breathless rhythm… Fine directing, skillful and cutting-edge."
Le Monde TV

"Highly effective chase scenes… Christian Faure is one of the finest actor’s directors currently out there. Cantona has enormous screen presence."
Le Parisien / Aujourd'hui en France

"Eric Cantona is impeccable as a cop, alone against the world."

"A well-paced and engaging plot."


"…Solid screenwriting and directing, for a powerful thriller."
Télé Z

"With its efficient editing, this well-constructed thriller progresses with intensity. Served by fine actors…, a film noir about white collar criminality."
Télé 7 Jours

"This fiction’s appeal lies in its accuracy and the charisma of its actors."
Télé Loisirs

"…suspense all the way to the last minutes… Charismatic Eric Cantona plays his part with sincerity."
TV Grandes Chaînes

"An action-packed thriller with a top-notch cast… The finely detailed and plausible script is highly suspenseful."
Télé 2 Semaines

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