Toronto International Film Festival • Drama
With a stunning soundtrack and striking cinematography, Intimate Enemies is a drama following a French platoon during Algeria's war of independence. Young Lieutenant Terrien witnesses first hand the atrocities of war when he takes over an outpost in Algeria and must combat a ruthless guerrilla force led by a former French mercenary. Nominated for three French Academy Awards.
DIRECTED BY FLORENT-EMILIO SIRI
FRANCE | 2007 | FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
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