Presumed Guilty (2011)

Director
Vincent Garenq

Main cast
Philippe Torreton; Wladimir Yordanoff; Noémie Lvovsky; raphaël Ferret; Michelle Goddet

Genres
Drama

Description
Investigates the corrupt judicial system under which Alain Mar'caux and his wife Edith were arrested on accusations of pedophilia horrific acts they never committed- and the years he spent fighting to get out of prison, clear his name and keep his family.


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