Paris Under Watch

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Paris Under Watch
Aux yeux de tous.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byCédric Jimenez
Arnaud Duprey
Written byAudrey Diwan
Arnaud Duprey
StarringOlivier Barthelemy
Mélanie Doutey
Francis Renaud
Music byJulien Jabre
Michael Tordjman[1]
CinematographyLéo Hinstin
Edited byMarie-Pierre Renaud
Nicolas Sarkissian
Distributed byDistriB Films
Release date
  • 4 April 2012 (2012-04-04)
Running time
80 minutes
Budget€1.5 million[2]

Paris Under Watch (French: Aux yeux de tous) is a 2012 French thriller film written by Audrey Diwan and Arnaud Duprey and directed by Cédric Jimenez and Duprey.[1] The films stars Olivier Barthelemy, Mélanie Doutey and Francis Renaud.[1]

The films follow a young anonymous hacker who discovers lost security camera footage of a recent terrorist attack at Gare d'Austerlitz in Paris. He decides to go after the culprit and discovers an unexpected plot.


A bomb attack takes place at Gare d'Austerlitz in Paris, killing several people a few days before the presidential election. The police is suspecting an Al-Qaeda satellite-group, the security camera footage is lost. A hacker with an interest in security cameras gets hold of the lost footage. He decides to use his wide access to security cameras all over Paris to track down the culprits. In doing so, he discovers that the plot is bigger than expected.



Paris Under Watch uses a fairly unusual approach by using only footage from security cameras and webcams for the video and phone recordings for the audio.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d Jordan Mintzer (5 April 2012). "Paris Under Watch (Aux yeux de tous): Film Review". Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 25 July 2015.
  2. ^ "Aux yeux de tous". JP's Box-Office.

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