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Interview de Niels Arestrup

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Interview de Niels Arestrup, acteur et invité d'honneur du 7ème Festival de Cinéma Européen des Arcs. L'équipe Festival TV - http://lesarcs-filmfest.

Capitaine Marleau (France 3) : 5 choses à savoir sur Niels Arestrup

Niels Arestrup joue un détenu bourru et revanchard dans le nouvel épisode de Capitaine Marleau diffusé ce mardi 10 octobre sur France 3. Voici cinq infos que vous ignoriez peut-être sur le comédien.


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Tahar Rahim & Niels Arestrup & Jacques Audiard-A Prophet

Tahar Rahim & Niels Arestrup & Jacques Audiard-A Prophet

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Academy Award Nominated, A PROPHET (2009, Best Foreign Language Film) details the gritty prison career of a nineteen-year-old Malik (Tahar Rahim, 2009 European Film Award Winner for Best Actor). Arriving at the jail, he is cornered by the leader of the ruling Corsican gang (Niels Arestrup, 2010 Cesar Award Winner for Best Supporting Actor) and forced to carry out a number of dangerous missions including drug trafficking and brutal hits. Over time Malik is able to earn the gang leaders confidence and rise up the prison ranks, all while secretly devising his own plans.


Tahar Rahim & Niels Arestrup & Jacques Audiard-A Prophet

Tahar Rahim & Niels Arestrup & Jacques Audiard-A Prophet

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Academy Award Nominated, A PROPHET (2009, Best Foreign Language Film) details the gritty prison career of a nineteen-year-old Malik (Tahar Rahim, 2009 European Film Award Winner for Best Actor). Arriving at the jail, he is cornered by the leader of the ruling Corsican gang (Niels Arestrup, 2010 Cesar Award Winner for Best Supporting Actor) and forced to carry out a number of dangerous missions including drug trafficking and brutal hits. Over time Malik is able to earn the gang leader's confidence and rise up the prison ranks, all while secretly devising his own plans. In his labyrinthine portrait of a convict turned kingpin, Jacques Audiard (A Self Made Hero) combines the grittiness of HBO's Oz with the shifting loyalties of a Leone western. After assaulting a cop, Malik (riveting newcomer Tahar Rahim) earns a six-year prison bid. Though illiterate, the 19-year-old speaks French and Arabic. Instead of congregating with the Muslim inmates, he keeps to himself, providing a perfect target for Mob boss César (Niels Arestrup of Audiard's The Beat That My Heart Skipped), who makes him a Godfather-like offer he can't refuse: kill Reyeb (Hichem Yacoubi), an Arab set to testify against the Corsicans, or meet his maker. Malik decides he would prefer to live (in a surrealistic touch, Reyeb's ghost will haunt him for the rest of the film). In return, Luciani offers him protection but stops short of treating him like an equal. When Malik isn't serving coffee and making deliveries, he studies French and Corsu. With what he learns from the mobsters, he befriends two other loners, Ryad (Adel Bencherif) and Jordi the Gypsy (Reda Kateb), and starts a drug-smuggling operation. The years pass, and Malik takes advantage of his parole leaves to work both sides of the fence, and when the authorities transfer César's crew to a different facility, the balance of power shifts from the aging master to the model student. At 149 minutes, A Prophet feels more like a miniseries than a movie, but


Actor A Guide

An International Annotated Bibliography of Strindberg Studies 1870-2005

This copiously annotated bibliography documents and examines the whole range of commentary on Strindberg's works and activity in many fields besides the plays for which he is internationally best known. These include his prose fiction and poetry, his work as an historian and natural historian, and his relationship to the other arts, most notably his painting. It is concerned with both lasting works of literary and dramatic criticism, as well as reviews of his books and plays in the theatre, and some more ephemeral material, all of this in several languages. Organised generically and by subject and individual work, the bibliography enables the reader to trace the changing impact of Strindberg and his works in various countries and during different periods. It is thus very much a study in...

Molière: Don Juan

David Whitton's study examines ways in which this enigmatic masterpiece has been interpreted in performance through the vision of different directors and in a variety of cultural and social contexts.

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  1. Niels Arestrup joue un détenu bourru et revanchard dans le nouvel épisode de Capitaine Marleau diffusé ce mardi 10 octobre sur France 3. Voici cinq infos que vous ignoriez peut-être sur le comédien.
  2. Saint-Étienne - les Théâtrales à l'opéra . Pierre Arditi, Francis Huster, Kad Merad, Niels Arestrup… Le producteur des Théâtrales, Pascal Legros, nous présente cette nouvelle saison à l'Opéra de Saint-Étienne.
  3. Back in New York - where he used to live - for a book publicity appearance, Max meets by chance an old friend, Walter (Niels Arestrup) the wealthy art collector who once financed his university studies. Walter happens to mention the East German girl, 
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Niels Arestrup, Actor: Un prophète. Niels Arestrup was born on February 8, 1949 in Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France. He is an actor and writer, known for A ...

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Niels Arestrup à la 39 e cérémonie des César Données clés Naissance 8 février 1949 (68 ans) Montreuil Nationalité Française Profession Acteur Films notables ...

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