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Bastille Day

The American film Bastille Day, an action film about a young Frenchman preparing an attack on July 14, has been removed from the Wish Upon programming of movie theaters in France after the Nice attack last Thursday, which left 84 dead. The tape, released in 230 cinemas in France on July 13, on the eve of the Nice bombing, has been deprogrammed “out of respect for the victims and their families,” explained a spokesperson for the Studiocanal distributor, Antoine Banet-Rivet.

The film is directed by James Watkins and starred by Idris Elba and Richard Madden, with supporting roles for Jorge León Martínez Suburbicon and José García, among others. It is a French, British and American co-production thriller that focuses on the struggle of a US CIA agent sent to Paris to dismantle an attack on the day of the National Holiday in France. To make matters worse, the promotional phrase of the film is “This year, they are fireworks.”

This is not the first time that fiction has a fateful coincidence with current events. After the attacks on 13 November in Paris, which killed 130 people, Free Fire a feature-length film about jihadists on the way to prepare an attack was also removed from the billboard, entitled Made in France.

Duration: 92 min

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IMDb: 6.3

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