Night Watch

    All titles (2)
    TV Movie | 2018 | France 3 [fr] | Whodunit | France

    Shooting data

    Start of shooting22/01/2018
    End of shooting24/02/2018
    LocationsMarseille et Alger

    Project data

    Length of movie90'

      Brief synopsis

      Mila is a cop and she’s back in Marseille after a few years away. She’s a loner, damaged and always on her guard. She’s looking for her father, whom she hasn’t seen for fifteen years.
      Fouad is running for mayor in the city’s 14th district. He’s clever, charming and ready for anything to attain his goals. He’s very successful and his mother is proud of him.
      Mila and Fouad are brother and sister, but that’s all they have in common.
      Returning to the city, Mila realises that her family has been ravaged by a terrible secret but is striving to keep up appearances, while a police investigation threatens to shatter the family completely.
      Through complicated relationships and the twists of the inquiry, Night Watch pulls us into a dark story of murder, all in the family.


      ActorRole nameVoice actor / SpeakerVoice actor
      Nacima BekhtaouiMila [L]
      Olivia CôteGladys [L]
      Samir BoitardFouad [SR]
      Hedi ZadaSelim [SR]
      Fejria DelibaDahlia [SR]
      Pascal RénéricLepetit [SR]
      Marc MenahemGage [SR]
      Clémentine PoidatzAnne [SR]


      1st ADFerdinand Verhaeghe
      Director of photographyDavid Quesemand
      Costume designerChristel Birot
      DirectorIsabelle Czajka
      ProducerChristine de Bourbon Busset
      ProducerMarc Missonnier
      ProducerOlivier Delbosc
      Postproduction producerChantal Guyot Garenq
      Production designerSylvie Deldon
      Unit production managerCharles Penvern
      ScreenwriterLaura Piani

      Production companies

      Fidélité Films [fr]
      Lincoln TV [fr]

      Distributing companies

      Film & Picture TV Distribution [fr]


      Award winnerYearAwardCategory 
      Nacima Bekhtaoui2019Festival du film de télévision de Luchon [fr]Meilleur espoir fémininWinner


      2019FranceFestival du film de télévision de LuchonSélection officielle - Fictions unitaires