1 hr 30 min
Not recommended for under 12 years.
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21 August 1974. In Marseille, two Belgian tourists, Nicole and Malia, are savagely attacked and raped by three men. Their attackers claim that the women consented and are allowed to remain free. Though their friends and family advise them to forget the ordeal, Nicole and Malia instead decide to fight. Helped by their lawyer, Gisèle Halimi, they request that the attackers be judged at the assize court. On 8 May 1978, after a long battle, they finally obtain justice. A trial which made history as until then rape had been considered simply as a misdemeanour, whereas now it became a crime...

Directed by: Alain Tasma (France, 2017)
Screenplay: Natalie Carter, Alain Tasma, based on the work by Jean-Yves Le Naour and Catherine Valenti « Et le viol devint un crime »
Cast: Bérangère McNeese (Malia), Camille Sansterre (Nicole), Pierre Andrau (Bruno Mancini), Stéphane Rideau (Pierre Mathieu), Baudoin Cristoveanu (Patrice Moreau), Clotilde Courau (Gisèle Halimi), Hippolyte Girardot (the President of the Assize Court), Romane Bohringer (Arlette Laguiller), Sam Karmann (Professor Minkowsky), Yannick Choirat (Michel Tubiana), Patrick Mille (Gilbert Collard)
Genre: drama
Parental guidance: TV-14