The Clan

2004, Drama, 1h 28m

17 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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Following the death of his mother, Marc (Nicolas Cazalé) becomes embedded in France's criminal underworld, getting caught up in drugs and the risky deals that go along with them. His older brother, Christophe (Stéphane Rideau), on the other hand, has just been released from prison and makes a go of living the straight life by taking a job at a pork factory. Meanwhile, youngest brother Olivier (Thomas Dumerchez) deals with his grief by falling for Marc's friend Hicham (Salim Kechiouche).

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