DAVID OELHOFFEN AND VIGGO MORTENSEN DISCUSS 'FAR FROM MEN'

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Based on an Albert Camus's story, 'Loin des Hommes' is more or less a two-hander for a duo of the most magnetic actors in current cinema.
In 1950s Algeria, a teacher in a remote village (Viggo Mortensen) is entrusted with accompanying a man (Reda Kateb) to a nearby town to face trial for killing his cousin. David Oelhoffen’s taut drama is part-thriller, part-war film, but above all, perhaps, a North African existential western, with terrific landscape photography imbuing the drama with a bleak beauty.

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