22 June 2011 (2011-06-22)
Olivier Gorce (scenario), Roschdy Zem (scenario), Omar Raddad (autobiography), Sylvie Lotiron (collaboration), Jean-Marie Rouart (book), Rachid Bouchareb (adaptation), Olivier Lorelle (adaptation)
Omar Raddad, M. Sheriff, Jacques Verges
Maurice Bénichou(Maître Vergès),
Denis Podalydès(Pierre-Emmanuel Vaugrenard),
Blue Is the Warmest Color,
Omar killed me
Omar Killed Me (French: Omar m'a tuer) is a 2011 drama film directed by Roschdy Zem. The film was selected as the Moroccan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards. On 18 January 2012, the film was named as one of the nine shortlisted entries for the Oscars. Zem, Olivier Gorce, Rachid Bouchareb and Olivier Lorelle were collectively nominated for the César Award for Best Adaptation and Sami Bouajila was nominated for the César Award for Best Actor.
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The film tells of the events that began in the summer of 1991 when wealthy heiress, Ghislaine Marchal, was found murdered in the basement of her home with the message "Omar M'a Tuer" (grammatically incorrect French, approximately "Omar has kill me") written beside in her own blood. Despite a lack of forensic or DNA evidence, her Moroccan gardener, Omar Raddad, was immediately charged, found guilty and sentenced to 18 years in a French prison. Shocked by the case and convinced of his innocence, journalist Pierre-Emmanuel Vaugrenard moved to Nice to investigate.
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