NDA: L'âme de la Terre Directed
Thierry Obadia France, Tunisia / 2013 / 98 minutes World Premiere
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Akim grows up in Tunisia with a father who teaches him the healing powers inside him and in nature. When his father dies, Akim moves to France, only to discover that a pharmaceutical group is after his blood in search of a cure for a deadly virus. With outstanding cinematography of the surrounding environs and an intimate portrait of a dedicated man, director Thierry Obadia's plot twists and turns in this good versus evil tale, where we are never quite sure which side all the characters are on.
Born in Dax in 1971, Thierry Obadia is a French actor, director, writer and composer. He took his first steps in Israel, then Paris, and finally Toulouse. He made his acting debut at a young age alongside Benoît Magimel, Jean Yanne and Daniel Auteuil. He then devoted several years to music, during which he wrote and performed on two albums. In 2007, Thierry directed his first film, Lisa. In 2012, his short film Valley of Angels premiered at the Short Film Corner. DNA is his second feature.
Cast/Featuring: Phillipe Nahon, Albert Delpy, Michel Jonasz, Alexia Barlier, Pascal J. Jardel, Thierry Obadia, Franck Druon, Eitan Guérin, Sarah Bussy
Executive Producer(s): Bruno Mylonas, Philipe Payet, Candice Marro, Philippe Nahon
Producer(s): Thierry Obadia, Claude Dal Farra, Loic Cazes, Laurence Larrousset
Director(s): Thierry Obadia
Screenwriter(s): Thierry Obadia
Cinematographer(s): Bryan Cloninger
Editor(s): Jason Nicholson, Loic Cazes, Thierry Obadia
Production Designer(s): Jean Christophe Chalaguier
Composer(s)/Music: Spencer Hutchings, Bruno Mylonas, Thierry Obadia
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