France, 2019 / 87 min / French OV (FR OV) / Comedy
A girl power black comedy for the #MeToo era.
Brought together by the accidental killing of their lecherous boss, fish-canning factory workers Sandra, Marilyn and Nadine discover a bag full of stolen cash on the dead man’s body. With all three women desperately in need, they decide to steal the money and to get rid of his corpse – by canning it. What could have been a perfect plan quickly heads south when the gangsters to whom the loot belongs turn up, and the tins containing the remains of their dead boss are delivered to a charity for distribution.
Rebels is a sparkling, action-packed, jet-black comedy featuring a trio of powerful and dynamic female leads in the tradition of Fargo and Thelma and Louise.
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- Globes de Cristal de la Presse Award, Festival de l’Alpe d’Huez, 2019 (France)
Allan Mauduit is a French director and screenwriter, best known for the series Kaboul Kitchen (2012) and Ugly Melanie (2008) which he co-directed with Jean-Patrick Benes. The latter garnered over one million admissions in France and was nominated for the 2009 César Awards in the Most Promising Actress category. Rebels (2019) is his second feature film.
- 2018 – Rebelles
- 2012 – Kaboul Kitchen (TV series)
- 2008 – Vilaine
- 2006 – Chair fraîche (short)
- 2005 – Patiente 69 (short)