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Partisan (film)

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Theatrical film poster
Directed by Ariel Kleiman
Produced by Anna McLeish
Written by Sarah Cyngler
Ariel Kleiman
Starring Vincent Cassel
Nigel Barber
Jeremy Chabriel
Florence Mezzara
Timothy Styles
Music by Daniel Lopatin
Cinematography Germain McMicking
Edited by Jack Hutchings
Running time
98 minutes
Country Australia
Language English
Box office $91,430[1]

Partisan is a 2015 Australian film directed by Ariel Kleiman. The film stars Vincent Cassel as Gregori, a cult leader. The feature marks Kleiman's directorial debut. Kleiman wrote the film with his girlfriend Sarah Cyngler. It premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.[2]


Gregori, who operates a child assassin patriarch, adopts Alexander after seeing his mother, Susanna, without a partner at a hospital. Eleven years later, Alexander is an adept assassin running missions with other future child assassins adopted in the same manner. Gregori tells the children the world is full of terrible men which is why they must carry out their missions. Gregori teaches the children to put earplugs in during assassinations to protect their ears from the gunshot.

Leo, Alexander's friend, is critical of himself after a mock assassination. Gregori sends Alexander and a girl on a mission where he kills a mechanic. Alexander sees his mother crying due to pregnancy, after she drops a piece of meat. He goes out during a mission and buys new meat at a local grocery store. The owner treats him kindly and gives him chocolate. Leo begins to question Gregori's authority escalating to a confrontation after Leo witnesses a chicken being slaughtered. He compares the chicken to the tyrannosaurus rex, fearing its extinction. Leo disappears from the compound afterwards. Alexander begins to question everything he was taught. Susanna gives birth to a baby brother named Tobias. On Alexander's third mission he shoots a man and watches him bleed out. On his way back he meets a boy who plays with his gun before returning it to him. Alexander takes Tobias after coming home. He is confronted by Gregori as the camera pans down Alexander is seen holding his gun pointed at Gregori with earplugs in Tobias' ears.


  • Vincent Cassel as Gregori
  • Florence Mezzara as Susanna
  • Alex Balaganskiy as Leo
  • Jeremy Chabriel as Alexander
  • Samuel Eydlish as Ruben
  • Anastasia Prystay as Ariana
  • Alexander Kuzmenko as Ellis
  • Katalin Hegedus
  • Rosa Voto as Leo's mother
  • Frank Moylan
  • Alexander Dahlberg as Nicholas
  • Oscar Dahlberg as Oscar


While most of the interior scenes were filmed in Kleiman's home country of Australia, the exterior shooting of the film was shot in Georgia in 2013[3] for five weeks.[4]

The film's score was composed by electronic musician Oneohtrix Point Never.[5]


Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes the film has a rating of 59%, based on 41 reviews, with an average rating of 5.8/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Well-acted and suitably chilling, Partisan is a dark drama whose confident craft may offer enough for some viewers to look past its flaws."[6] On Metacritic, the film received a rating of 50 out of 100, based on 12 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[7]


Award Category Subject Result
AACTA Awards
Best Original Music Score Daniel Lopatin Nominated
Best Sound Dane Cody Nominated
Robert Mackenzie Nominated
Best Production Design Steven Jones-Evans Nominated
Sarah Cyngler Nominated
Best Costume Design Nominated
Maria Pattison Nominated
AFCA Awards Best Film Anna McLeish Nominated
Best Director Ariel Kleiman Nominated
Best Screenplay Nominated
Sarah Cyngler Nominated
Best Actor Vincent Cassel Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Jeremy Chabriel Nominated
Best Cinematography Germain McMicking Nominated
FCCA Awards Best Performance by a Young Actor Jeremy Chabriel Nominated
Best Music Daniel Lopatin Nominated
BFI London Film Festival Sutherland Award - First Feature Competition Ariel Kleiman Nominated
Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic Nominated
Cinematography Award - World Cinema - Dramatic Germain McMicking Won


  1. ^ "Partisan (2015)". The Numbers. Nash Information Services, LLC. Retrieved 18 April 2017.
  2. ^ Weiss, Anthony. "Ariel Kleiman back at Sundance with feature debut, a dark drama". Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Retrieved 10 February 2015.
  3. ^ ""Partisan" - Vincent Cassel Stars in a movie with scenes shot in Georgia". 6 February 2015. Retrieved 10 February 2015.
  4. ^ "Partisan (2015) - Curiosità e citazioni". 23 November 2015. Retrieved 2 May 2017.
  5. ^ Stanley, Sean (2015-01-22). "Listen to Oneohtrix Point Never's film score on 'Partisans trailer | DIY". Retrieved 2015-10-20.
  6. ^ "Partisan (2015)". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango. Retrieved 18 April 2017.
  7. ^ "Partisan Reviews". Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 18 April 2017.

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