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"THE INSPECTORS"

Directed by Nathan Silver

Written by Damien Bonnard

In Vivo Films (France)

90 minutes / Comedy

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In a small coastal town, a big ball is being prepared. All the inhabitants are invited to attend Sara's 30th anniversary celebration organized by her husband Franck, a very rich and influential man. The day after the party, Franck is missing. Sara, distraught, gets closer to Max, her former lost boyfriend, whom she had left ten years earlier to marry Frank. Max became a private investigator. As his break-up with Sara was still painful, he was initially reluctant to investigate Franck's disappearance, but eventually accepted it. As the investigation progresses, the clues Max brings back arouse suspicions in Sara: she thinks Max eliminated Franck to be with her. Max, on the other hand, suspects her of having committed the murder in order to finally relive his love with him. Sara hires another competing private investigator, Alex, to investigate Max. The number of alleged perpetrators is increasing, as are the number of murders...

  • About Nathan Silver: 

 

Nathan Silver graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2005. Since then, the filmmaker has written and directed five short films and six feature films: THE BLIND (2009), EXIT ELENA (2012), SOFT IN THE HEAD (2013), UNCERTAIN TERMS (2014), STINKING HEAVEN (2015), and ACTOR MARTINEZ (2016, co-director). His films have played festivals around the world, including Locarno, New York, Rotterdam, Viennale, Vancouver, Deauville, Melbourne, Los Angeles, Torino, Munich, and BAFICI and venues including MoMA and the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Filmmaker Magazine named Silver “one of the most interesting emerging directors in U.S. indie film,” and he was profiled by The New York Times.