Arieh Worthalter plays the famous far-left activist in this film retracing his second trial in 1975.
4 years later Family partywith Catherine Deneuve and Vincent Macaigne, Cedric Kahn returns behind the camera to The Goldman Trialpresented at the opening of the last Quinzaine des Cinéastes, and which focuses on a news item that stirred the French political class in the 1970s.
This new feature film focuses on Pierre Goldman, half-brother of Jean-Jacques Goldman and famous far-left activist, convicted several times by French justice for various offenses including four armed robberies. During a second publicized trial, in November 1975, he was also accused of having murdered two pharmacists. His lawyer Georges Kiejman will do everything to defend a client with a flashy personality, shouting his innocence at all costs.
This is Arieh Worthalter, seen in Hug me tight by Mathieu Amalric Bowling Saturn by Patricia Mazuy and Girl by Lukas Dhont, who plays Pierre Goldman. He is assisted in his task by Arthur Harari, also co-screenwriter of the Palme d’Or Anatomy of a Fallin the role of his lawyer Georges Kiejman.
The Goldman Trial will be released in French cinemas on September 27.