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24 jours (2015)

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She walked in to a wireless store on Boulevard Voltaire. She pretended to be interested in the new phones, asked for the sales attendant’s number and left. Later, she called asking to see him. Ilan wasn’t suspicious. He was 23 years old, with his whole life before him. How could he have known that by meeting a beautiful girl in a café near Porte Orléans he was flirting with death? Friday January 20, 2006 Ilan Halimi, targeted by the “gang of the Barbarians” because he was Jewish, was kidnapped and taken to an apartment in the Bagneux neighborhood of Paris. There he was held captive and tortured for three weeks before being dumped in a woodlot by his captors. Found motionless and naked by the railroad tracks at Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois, he wouldn’t survive his ordeal. In this film, Ruth Halimi revisits those 24 nightmarish days. 24 days in which she and her ex-husband Didier received nearly 700 calls, ransom demands that never ceased to change, insults, threats, photos of their tortured son... 24 days of anguish for a family waiting in silence and fear, hoping the Police could save their son. But Police Headquarters didn’t know who was responsible for his kidnapping. No one recognized in time the anti-Semitic hatred of his abductors, or that Ilan would lose his life..


Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Spilled
79% - Fresh
53% - Spilled

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: April 24th, 2015 (Limited) by Menemsha Entertainment, released as 24 Days
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 108 minutes
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Keywords: Kidnap, Jewish, Bigotry, Tortured for Information, Crime Thriller
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Alexandre Films, Orange Studio, New Light Films, OCS., Cine Plus, TV5 Monde
Production Countries: France


   Ruth Halimi
Pascal Elbe    Didier Halimi
Jacques Gamblin    Commandant Delcour
Sylvie Testud    Brigitte Farell
Eric Caravaca    Jose Fernandez
Syrus Shahidi    Ilan
Alka Balbir    Yael Halimi
Tony Harrisson    Fofana
Olivier Sitruk    Raphy
Matthieu Boujenah    Johan
Olivier Barthelemy    Jerome Ribeiro

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Antoine Lacomblez
Screenwriter    Emilie Freche
Screenwriter    Alexandre Arcady
Based after '24 jours, La Verite sur la Mort d'ilan Halimi' (24 Days, The Truth about the Death of Ilan Halimi) by    Ruth Halimi
Based after '24 jours, La Verite sur la Mort d'ilan Halimi' (24 Days, The Truth about the Death of Ilan Halimi) by    Emilie Freche
Composer    Armand Amar
Cinematographer    Gilles Henry
Set Designer    Tony Egry
Costume Designer    Eric Perron
Editor    Manu De Sousa
Casting Director    Pierre-Jacques Benichou
Sound Mixer    Christian Fontaine
Sound Mixer    Yves-Marie Omnes
Sound Mixer    Emmanuel Augeard
Executive Producer    Catherine Grandjean
Executive Producer    Claude Fenioux
Associate Producer    Frederique Dumas

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