May 2009
Daily Variety;5/22/2009, Vol. 303 Issue 34, p6
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The article reports on the multiterritorial rights acquired by Sony Pictures Classics to Jacques Audiard's Cannes Film Festival entry "A Prophet." It notes that the French-Arabic-Corsican language film is set in a prison wherein a Corsican gang tests a 19-year-old inmate. It states that "A Prophet" has received critical support during the festival and lots of interest from multiple distributors. However, the sales company Celluloid Dreams has reportedly put a high price for the U.S. rights.


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