Five Fingers for Marseilles Movie

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Five Fingers for Marseilles


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2018 | NR | Thriller Western | 2hrs, 0m

he residents of the colonial town of Marseilles are under the thumb of police oppression and only the young rebels known as the Five Fingers are willing to stand up to them. Their battle is just, unti...

U.S. Release Date

Five Fingers for Marseilles release date was Friday, September 7, 2018. This was a Limited in theaters release.

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Directed by

Michael Matthews

Screenwriter

Sean Drummond

Companies

Uncork’d Entertainment

Rating MPAA

NR Not Rated

Storyline

he residents of the colonial town of Marseilles are under the thumb of police oppression and only the young rebels known as the Five Fingers are willing to stand up to them. Their battle is just, until Tau kills two policemen and flees the scene. The remaining rebels disband while the banished Tau resorts to a life of crime. Twenty years later, now known as feared outlaw The Lion of Marseilles, he is released from prison. He returns home, desiring only peace and to reconnect with those he left behind. The battle for South Africa’s freedom has been won, and former comrades-in-arms are in prominent positions as mayor, police chief, and pastor. But it quickly becomes clear to Tau that Marseilles is caught in the grip of a vicious new threat — and he must reconstitute the Five Fingers to fight frontier justice. Standing against former allies and new enemies, the re-formed Five Fingers saddle up and ride out, and put their lives at risk to save their beloved Marseilles.

Trivia & Production Notes

  • Filmed on location in the North-Eastern Cape village of Lady Grey, South Africa.
  • A South African box office hit, Five Fingers for Marseilles made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and went on to successfully screen at Fantastic Fest, BFI London Film Festival, Busan International Film Festival, Fantasia International Film Festival and the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
  • Language: Sesotho, English (with Afrikaans, Xhosa)

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