One of the highlights in the distributor’s catalog for MIP Cancun, the thriller was released in France to critical and public acclaim, with almost two million admissions and more than US$7 million Box Office, putting it in the Top 5 of French box office films in France of 2022.
Among the upcoming titles that CDC will be presenting at MIP Cancun, is the film November, based on the actual events surrounding the terroist attacks that took place in Paris in November 2015.
This fast-paced and tense thriller is lead by international star Jean Dujardin, best known for his roles in films such as the Oscar-winning The Artist, who plays the fierce boss of the highly secretive French anti terrorist police brigade.
The film plays like a true cat and mouse race against the clock to avoid further terror and bloodshed. The combination of true-life events and Hollywood style plot twists and suspense make this an edge of your seat action thriller.
The film was released in France to critical and public acclaim, with almost two million admissions and more than US$7 million Box Office, putting it in the Top 5 of French box office films in France of 2022.
The core of the story starts on the evening of November 13th 2015, when the service of the Paris anti-terrorist sub-directorate (SDAT) suddenly came into turmoil. At the Stade de France, at the Bataclan, in the streets of the 10th and 11th arrondissements, nine Islamic terrorists committed a carnage which costed the lives of 130 people and injured more than 400. As the capital descends into terror and chaos, the SDAT teams begin a race against time for five days to apprehend those responsible, their accomplices and prevent a second wave of dreaded attacks. And those 5 days are pictured in this movie full of action and pathos.