L’Ordres des choses by Andrea Segre comes out in France

L’Ordre des choses directed by Andrea Segre starring Paolo Pierobon, Giuseppe Batiston and Olivier Rabourdin is coming out today in France. It’s a coproduction between MACT Productions, Jolefilm, Rai cinema and Sophie Dulac Productions. The film was selected at the 74th Mostra and is released in France by Sophie Dulac Distribution.

Synopsis: Corrado, a policeman for the European task force in charge of immigration control, is on a field assignment in Libya. During a night patrol in the desert, he meets Swada, a young Somaliwoman who left her war-ravaged country in order to try and reach Europe. Corrado gives her something to eat and drink before she resumes her journey. But their destinies are now linked, and Corrado will soon find himself faced with a choice: respect his orders and the law, or save Swada’s life.

"Un cadre glacial pour un drame brûlant. Et un grand film."
Le Nouvel Observateur ****

"L’Ordre des choses s’inscrit dans la tradition des grands films politiques italiens."
La Voix du Nord ****

"Tourné avec la rigueur d’une enquête journalistique et la conscience humaniste d’un documentaire, "L’Ordre des choses" met au jour le terrible écheveau des compromis politiques internationaux."
Positif ****