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Reda Kateb Series

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Reda Kateb, who made his debut in 2009 in A Prophet (“Un prophète”) by Jacques Audiard and received a César award in 2015 for his role in the series Hippocrates (“Hippocrate”) by Thomas Lilti, has made film after film and destroyed cliches during his unique career.

The actor, who made his debut in 2009 in A Prophet (“Un prophète”) by Jacques Audiard and received a César award in 2015 for his role in the series Hippocrates (“Hippocrate”) by Thomas Lilti, is the actor of the year. He has had a prolific career, destroying clichés in a roles alternate between the gentle and the violent, a singular actor who learned the love of the game from his father, a stage actor and his relative, Kateb Yacine, a founding figure of modern Algerian literature. Having directed a first short film which was presented at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015, Reda Kate is everywhere, including in the credits for international films such as Ryan Gosling’s Lost River.

Gare du Nord by Claire Simon (2012)

Hippocrate by Thomas Lilti (2014)

Qui vive by Marianne Tardiez (2014)

 

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Qu’un seul tienne et les autres suivront by Léa Fehner