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DisorderSuffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, a security guard (Matthias Schoenaerts) utilizes his training as a French special forces soldier to protect the wife (Diane Kruger) and son (Zaïd Errougui-Demonsant) of a shady Lebanese businessman. Despite the apparent tranquility on Maryland, he perceives an external threat.
Actors of "Disorder"
Characters of "Disorder"
Directors of "Disorder"Alice WinocourBirthdate: 13 January 1976, Paris, France
Creators of "Disorder"Alice WinocourBirthdate: 13 January 1976, Paris, FranceJean-Stéphane BronBirthdate: 1969, Lausanne, Switzerland
Critic Reviews of "Disorder"Washington PostSeptember 01, 2016
The movie is at its best when it recreates what it must feel like to be in a constant state of paranoia and pain. If only that feeling were accompanied by one or two other emotions.Arizona RepublicAugust 25, 2016
Ambiguity permeates almost every scene in new suspense film "Disorder." That sounds like it could be maddening. Here, the result is darkly compelling ...Los Angeles TimesAugust 18, 2016
"Disorder" may ultimately fall victim to its own narrative ambivalence, but acting this magnetic achieves a clarity all its own.Rolling StoneAugust 12, 2016
Tall, dark, and brooding, Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts is the man you go to when you need bruised masculinity, International Cinema Division.RogerEbert.comAugust 12, 2016
Disorder is tense and scary, beautiful to look at and even more gorgeous to hear. In the end, it is also extremely moving. That's the most thrilling part of all.New York TimesAugust 11, 2016
Alice Winocour's "Disorder" is a tightly wound spring of a movie, a tour de force of sound design and sly editing that implies much more than it shows.Seanax.comMarch 30, 2017
The disorder of the title isn't limited to Vincent's PTSD and alienation. His entire world is wired into violence and instability.Washington City PaperJanuary 02, 2017
Streamlining a film to cut out the fluff can be a great thing; editing it till its bones show, however, is obviously less than ideal.Film Ireland MagazineDecember 14, 2016
If you're a Schoenaerts fan, his performance is worth the price of admission alone.MovieMailDecember 13, 2016
Disorder is a character study that flirts with becoming a love story while retaining the far cooler blood of a thriller in its veins.NewcityOctober 29, 2016
Alarmingly sensuous thriller. Her attention to sound is gripping, nailing the narrative to Vincent's point-of-view, the audience sharing his hyper-attentive subjectivity. The surfaces are chaotic and subterfuges compound.
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