Vincent, a French Special Forces soldier just back from Afghanistan, is suffering from a post-traumatic stress disorder. He is hired to ensure the security of Jessie, the wife of a rich Lebanese businessman at their luxurious villa Maryland. As he starts experiencing a strange fascination for the woman he has to protect, Vincent increasingly seems to fall into paranoia. Unless he is right, and the danger is very real indeed…
- Special Jury Mention for Direction - AFI Fest
- Matthias Schoenaerts
- Diane Kruger
- George Lechaptois
- Julien Lacheray
- INDIE SALES
- DARIUS FILMS
A sharp, slinky dive into genre territory.
A tough, nuanced suspenser.
'Disorder' is tense and scary, beautiful to look at and even more gorgeous to hear.
I'm interested in this very sensorial side of cinema. I think that I have an obsession about physical dysfunctions.
Born in 1976 in Paris, Alice Winocour is a graduate of the screenwriting department at the prestigious Fémis film school. She has directed several award-winning shorts, including KITCHEN, which screened in competition at Cannes, and MAGIC PARIS, winner of the Grand Prix at the Cabourg Festival. AUGUSTINE was her first feature film, followed by DISORDER, which premiered at Un Certain Regard and screened at Toronto IFF. She is also the co-writer of MUSTANG, the French submission for the 2016 Academy Awards.