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Directed by Yann Gozlan
Produced by
  • Alain Benguigui
  • Thomas Verhaeghe
Written by
  • Yann Gozlan
  • Guillaume Lemans
Music by Guillaume Feyler
  • Renaud Chassaing
  • Vincent Mathias
Editing by Grégoire Sivan
Studio Sombrero Productions
Distributed by Bac Films
Release date(s) 6 October 2010 (2010-10-06)
Running time 83 minutes
Country France
Language French

Captifs is a French horror film written and directed by Yann Gozlan,[1] co-written by Guillaume Lemans.[2]



Somewhere in Eastern Europe. Carole is a young nurse with a humanitarian aid group that has reached the end of its mission. But just then, the young woman and her two colleagues are kidnapped by strangers for mysterious reasons. Held captive, cared for and kept alive in an oppressive and sinister setting, the three prisoners soon discover with horror what their kidnappers truly have in store for them...



The project marks the feature film debut from French filmmaker Yann Gozlan, who had previously made two short films as director.[3] The film stars Lubna Azabal, Mila Dekker, Samuel Jouy, Zoé Félix and Edith Scob in the leading roles.[4] Alain Benguigui and Thomas Verhaeghe works as producer for Sombrero Productions.[5]


It will premiere on 6 October 2010 in the French cinemas.[6] The worldwide release is currently unknown, the rights of the film holds TF1 International and will run under the international title Caged.[7]


French Industrial rock guitarist Guillaume Feyler composed the official score.[8]


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