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Nom de code: DP (2005)

When the French government discloses that a terrorist attack is imminent somewhere in their country, the secret service captain Nathalie is assigned to carry out a counter-terrorism ... See full summary »

Director:

Patrick Dewolf

Writer:

Frédéric Krivine (scenario)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Anne Brochet ... Nathalie
Maher Kamoun Maher Kamoun ... Léon
Asil Raïs Asil Raïs ... Bilal
Patrick Descamps Patrick Descamps ... Maxence
François Marthouret François Marthouret ... Letellier
Serge-Henri Valcke ... Berg
Jean-Michel Vovk Jean-Michel Vovk ... Durieux
Michel Guillou Michel Guillou ... Pontivy
Mostefa Djadjam Mostefa Djadjam ... Hussein
Pierre Gerranio Pierre Gerranio ... Le Kern (as Pierre Geranio)
Gerald Papasian Gerald Papasian ... Othman (as Gérald Papasian)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Abdallah Amrani Abdallah Amrani ... Simple d'esprit
Benamara Azeddine Benamara Azeddine ... Kamel (as Azeddine Benamara)
Rachid Benbouchta Rachid Benbouchta ... Lewis
Muriel Bersy Muriel Bersy ... Bonne soeur
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When the French government discloses that a terrorist attack is imminent somewhere in their country, the secret service captain Nathalie is assigned to carry out a counter-terrorism operation. She decides to infiltrate an unknown man in a mosque, but not a trained undercover agent. She goes to the prison in Dunkirk and selects the computer technician Léon to be trained and work for her. In return, he would be released in the end of his mission. Léon gets close to the Pakistani terrorist Bilal, a dangerous and skilled man trained by the French government many years ago, trying to discover his target. Meanwhile, the Pakistan government blackmails the French minister in the question of Cashmere, and Nathalie covers Léon against a betrayal. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Country:

France

Language:

Arabic | English | French

Release Date:

30 May 2005 (France) See more »

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Código: DP See more »

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BE-FILMS, Telfrance See more »
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Runtime:

(2 parts)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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A Jewel to Be Discovered by Movie Lovers
19 May 2007 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

When the French government discloses that a terrorist attack is imminent somewhere in their country, the secret service captain Nathalie (Anne Brochet) is assigned to carry out a counter-terrorism operation. She decides to infiltrate an unknown man in a mosque, but not a trained undercover agent. She goes to the prison in Dunkirk and selects the computer technician Léon (Maher Kamoun) to be trained and work for her. In return, he would be released in the end of his mission. Léon gets close to the Pakistani terrorist Bilal (Asil Raïs), a dangerous and skilled man trained by the French government many years ago, trying to discover his target. Meanwhile, the Pakistan government blackmails the French minister in the question of Cashmere, and Nathalie covers Léon against a betrayal.

"Nom de code: DP" is an excellent television movie, with a magnificent story full of twists. The beautiful Anne Brochet is stunning in the role of a lonely captain of the secret service that questions the decisions of her superiors and protects her agent. Maher Kamoun plays a family man loyal to his principles that accepts his assignment but lives in conflict with his attitudes; and Asil Raïs plays an idealist and insensitive terrorist also committed with his principles. Both actors are also fantastic. I regret only the corny conclusion, with the terrorist attack failing, totally unreasonable for the situation and withdrawing the credibility of an outstanding movie. It is also strange that Nathalie has family, since her character seems to be a loner and needy of affection woman. But in the end, this film is a jewel to be discovered by movie lovers. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Ataque Iminente" ("Imminent Attack")


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