Empire of the Wolves

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Empire of the Wolves (L'Empire des loups)
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Directed byChris Nahon
Produced byAndrew Colton
Patrice Ledoux
Written byChristian Clavier
Chris Nahon
Jean-Christophe Grangé
Franck Ollivier
Luc Bossi
Simon Michaël
StarringJean Reno
Arly Jover
Jocelyn Quivrin
Music byOlivia Bouyssou
Luca De' Medici
Grégory Fougères
Dan Levy
Pascal Morel
Samuel Narboni
CinematographyMichel Abramowicz
Edited byMarco Cavé
Distributed byGaumont/Columbia TriStar Films
Release date
  • 20 April 2005 (2005-04-20)
Running time
128 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Budget$27.2 million [1]
Box office$11.9 million [2]

Empire of the Wolves (French: L'Empire des loups) is a 2005 movie directed by Chris Nahon, written by Christian Clavier, Jean-Christophe Grangé, Chris Nahon and Franck Ollivier, and starring Jean Reno, Arly Jover, and Jocelyn Quivrin.

Plot[edit]

Arly Jover plays Anna Heymes, a stylish 31-year-old Parisian housewife, who experiences nightmares and hallucinations related to a series of gruesome murders in the city. At the same time, a duo of policemen, the unorthodox Schiffer (Jean Reno) and the cautious officer Nerteaux (Jocelyn Quivrin), work to unravel the mystery surrounding the murders. The plot thickens when Anna discovers that she has been subjected to intensive reconstructive surgery, which concealed her Turkish heritage. A series of events escalates into a confrontation with the Turkish mafia and the death of Anna's would-be assassin.

Cast[edit]

  • Jean Reno as Jean-Louis Schiffer
  • Arly Jover as Anna Heymes
  • Jocelyn Quivrin as Paul Nerteaux
  • Laura Morante as Mathilde Urano
  • Étienne Chicot as Olivier Amien
  • Philippe Bas as Laurent
  • David Kammenos as Azer
  • Didier Sauvegrain as Dr. Ackerman
  • Patrick Floersheim as Charlier
  • Albert Dray as Le lieutenant
  • Vernon Dobtcheff as Kudseyi
  • Élodie Navarre as La fliquette
  • Philippe du Janerand as Le légiste
  • Corentin Koskas as L'interne
  • Jean-Pierre Martins as Professeur Ravi
  • Jean-Marc Huber as Gurdilek
  • Donatienne Dupont as Clothilde
  • Jean-Michel Tinivelli as Caraccili
  • Sandra Moreno as Marie-Sophie
  • Laurence Gormezano as Chantal
  • Vincent Grass as Marius
  • Guillaume Lamant-Deboudt as Lacroux
  • Emmanuelle Escourrou as Gozar
  • Akim Colour as L'ouvrier
  • Gérard Touratier as Gruss
  • Aurélie Meriel as La secrétaire
  • Emre Kinay as Le policier
  • Arnaud Duléry as Un flic médico-légal
  • Jacques Curry as Roman

Release[edit]

The film premiered on 20 April 2005 in France and was on 30 July 2005 part of the Fantasy Film Fest in München.

Soundtrack[edit]

No.TitleLyricsLength
1."Kill Everything (Main Version)"Skin03:23
2."Passage Brady (Rap Version)" (Featuring – Demon One, Rim'K)Intouchable03:49
3."Passage Brady (Movie Version)"Gregory Fougères and Olivia Bouyssou01:05
4."Bloody Entertainer"Dan Levy and Olivia Bouyssou03:07
5."Anna Takes Revenge"Dan Levy01:28
6."Wolves"Dan Levy and Olivia Bouyssou04:34
7."Hollow Of Your Shoulder"Gregory Fougères and Olivia Bouyssou03:54
8."Black Dove"Gregory Fougères, Olivia Bouyssou and Luca De Medici03:33
9."Austerman Fight"Samuel Narboni02:01
10."Java"Gregory Fougères and Olivia Bouyssou02:45
11."Woolen Silence"Dan Levy and Olivia Bouyssou04:43
12."Columbarium"Dan Levy04:29
13."The Sewers"Pascal Morel02:20
14."Ackermann Flight"Dan Levy00:49
15."Anna's Shower Theme"Pascal Morel02:53
16."Mist On The Seine"Luca De Medici01:51
17."Requiem"Dan Levy03:15
18."Kill Everything (Movie Version)"Skin01:39
19."Metro Chase"Gregory Fougères and Olivia Bouyssou01:27
20."Cemetery"Luca De Medici02:29
21."Arrival In Turkey"Dan Levy03:33
22."Azer's Hill"Dan Levy02:03
23."China Doll (Remix)"Dan Levy and Olivia Bouyssou03:38
24."Anna Laurent Theme"Samuel Narboni03:09
25."Police Station"Luca De Medici03:51
26."China Doll"Dan Levy and Olivia Bouyssou02:25

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