Corporate (2017 film)

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Corporate is a 2017 French movie written and directed by Nicolas Silhol.[1]

Plot[edit]

Émilie Tesson-Hansen is an ambitious HR manager working in a big company. One of her team member commits suicide. An investigation about that event is in progress and she is suspected of workplace bullying.

Details[edit]

  • Country : France
  • Language : French
  • Release date : 5 April 2017 (France)
  • Director : Nicolas Silhol
  • Writing : Nicolas Fleureau and Nicolas Silhol

Cast[edit]

  • Céline Sallette : Émilie Tesson-Hansen
  • Lambert Wilson : Stéphane Froncart, CHRO
  • Violaine Fumeau : Marie Borrel, l'inspectrice de travail
  • Stéphane De Groodt : Vincent
  • Charlie Anson : Colin Hansen, Émilie's husband
  • Alice de Lencquesaing : Sophie, Émilie's assistant
  • Camille Japy : Catherine, a colleague
  • Hyam Zaytoun : Patricia Suarez, Froncart's assistant
  • Jacques Chambon : CFO
  • Arnaud Bedouët : Jean-Louis Maury
  • Xavier De Guillebon : Didier Dalmat
  • Edith Saulnier : Juliette Dalmat, Didier's daughter
  • Nathalie Sportiello : CCO
  • Pierre-Loup Silhol : Léo Hansen
  • Yun Lai : a corean businessman

Production[edit]

Release[edit]

Reception[edit]

In France the film got critical acclaim.[2]

In AngersMag critic Florence Vasca wrote : The film is asking where is the limit of a human being when his career is at stake[3]

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