The Origin of Violence
|The Origin of Violence|
|L'Origine de la violence|
|Directed by||Élie Chouraqui|
|Produced by||Élie Chouraqui|
|Screenplay by||Élie Chouraqui|
|Based on||L'Origine de la violence|
by Fabrice Humbert
|Starring||Stanley Weber |
|Music by||Cyril Etienne des Rosaies|
|Edited by||Lorenzo Fanfani|
|Distributed by||Paradis Films (France)|
The Origin of Violence (French title: L'Origine de la violence) is a 2016 Franco-German drama film directed by Élie Chouraqui, based on the Prix Renaudot-winning novel of the same name by Fabrice Humbert. The film won the Best Narrative Audience Award at the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival 36.
- Stanley Weber as Nathan Wagner in 2014
- César Chouraqui as David Nathan Wagner in 1937 / Adrien Fabre in 1962
- Richard Berry as Adrien Fabre in 2014
- Miriam Stein as Gabi in 2014
- Catherine Samie as Clémentine Fabre in 2014
- Michel Bouquet as Marcel Fabre in 2014
- Romaine Cochet as Virginie in 1937
- Christine Citti as Marguerite Fabre in 1937
- Didier Bezace as The Father in 1937
- Jean Sorel as Charles Wagner in 2014
- Joseph Joffo as Kolb in 2014
- David Kammenos as Kolb in 1941
- Martin Peillon as Charles Wagner in 1937
- Gabriel Washer as Marcel Fabre in 1937
- Jeanne Cremer as Clémentine Fabre in 1937
- Lars Eidinger as Dr. Erich Wagner
- Nikola Kastner as Ilse Koch
- Matthias Gall as Karl Koch
- Christopher Reinhard as Martin Sommer
- Tino Ranacher as Deportee
- "L'Origine de la violence". JP's Box-Office.
- "L'origine de la violence (The Origin of Violence)". Box Office Mojo.
- ""L'Origine de la violence" : secret de famille et conséquences". Culturebox.
- "" L'Origine de la violence " : ambitieux, mais..." Le Parisien.
- "Audience Award Winners," Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival.
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