Guilty (2011)

Guilty
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime 1hr 41mins.
Genres Drama, Crime, Adaptation, Foreign, Legal
Keywords crime, family, investigation, prison
Status Released
US Release Date
  
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Patrick Quinet Associate Producer n/a 171 3000003
Philip Boeffard Producer n/a 3 3000002
Christophe Rossignon Producer n/a 3 3000001
Vincent Garenq Screenplay (adaptation) 120778 4000001
Alain Marécaux Source Material (from book: "Chronique de Mon Erreur Judiciaire") 120786 4000002
Dorian Rigal-Ansous Editor n/a 172 7000001
Renaud Chassaing Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Eve François-Machuel Line Producer n/a 161 5000001
Vincent Garenq Director n/a 2 2000001
Sarah Lecarpentier Actor n/a 1 1000009
Michèle Goddet Actor n/a 1 1000004
Wladimir Yordanoff Actor n/a 1 1000003
Philippe Torreton Actor n/a 1 1000002
Raphaël Ferret Actor n/a 1 1000005
Farida Ouchani Actor n/a 1 1000006
Jean-Pierre Bagot Actor n/a 1 1000008
Olivier Claverie Actor n/a 1 1000007
Noémie Lvovsky Actor n/a 1 1000001
Synopsis
Alain Marecaux, a hard-working family man, is taken from his bed by police one night, together with his wife, Edith. Both are accused of being part of a ring of child molesters in Northern France and neighboring Belgium and are locked away, while their three young children are placed in foster homes. Husband and wife and more than a dozen others were accused by Mrs. Badaoui, who said she herself was guilty as well. But the Marecauxs had never even heard of the woman. Though he insists on his innocence from the start, Alain is treated by law enforcers as scum. The weight of the accusations alone are enough for Marecaux to be forced to sell his business and the family home. He hears that his wife, who is released earlier, has taken up with another man and that his eldest son has tried to commit suicide. Stuck in legal limbo with no one willing to listen to him except his lawyer, Marecaux finally starts a hunger strike -- after his own failed suicide attempt -- to try to attract the attention of those higher up on the judiciary ladder.