Made in France (2016)

Director
Nicolas Boukhrief

Main cast
Malik Zidi; Dimitri Storoge; François Civil; Nassim Si Ahmed; Ahmed Dramé

Genres
Drama, Crime, Thriller

Description
Sam, a freelance journalist, decides to investigate the growing phenomenon of disaffected youth joining extremist groups. He infiltrates a group of four young people who have been tasked with the creation of a jihadist cell and whose mission is to destabilise the city centre of Paris.


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