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This gripping and wrenching thriller tells the story of Ilan Halimi who was kidnapped for ransom in a Paris suburb. His captors, who dub themselves The Gang of Barbarians, operate under the assumption that his Jewish heritage means he is worth a lot of money. Taking the audience through the harrowing experience of the Halimi family and sharing a searing insight into Ilan's vicious ordeal, the story tracks the massive but futile investigation doomed by near-misses and tragedy that triggered a national outcry. For 24 days the police, insistent upon handling the case as a normal for-ransom kidnapping, failed to recognize the anti-Semitic overtones of the abduction. Faithfully reenacting events from the view of the various characters, Tout, tout de suite raises troubling questions about the state of anti-Semitism and race relations in contemporary France.Written by
Miami Jewish Film Festival
One more time, the true story of the Ilan Alimi's crime is related on screen, two years after the Alexandre Arcady's film. The latest picture, two years ago, focused on the family, and a little less on the perpetrators. This feature directed by Richard Berry, emphasizes on the gang and is even more awful - in the good way - more unbearable to watch, especially the torture sequences. But it deserves to be seen, at all costs. You have the proof here that the Jewish people are not necessarily rich ones, on the contrary. In this movie, acting, cast and directing are absolutely awesome, flawless. A real must see. But not for all audiences. Richard Berry planned it since five or six years from now.
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