Franco-Algerian actor Tahar Rahim was nominated for the American Golden Globes Awards and British Bafta for Best Actor for his role in the dramatic film The Mauritanian by Scottish director Kevin Macdonald, the American and British press indicate. Released in 2021, The Mauritanian, an American-British co-production based on a true story, tells the story of a former detainee of the Guantanamo camp, the Mauritanian engineer Mohamedou Ould Slahi, detained in the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott more to the attacks of September 11, 2001 and delivered to the United States which placed him, for years, in this detention camp, without charge or trial. In The Mauritanian, Rahim (39) played the role of “Slahi”.
The role of lawyer Nancy Hollander has been given to famous American actress, Jodie Foster, winner of two Oscars and is also nominated for the Golden Globes Award for Best Supporting Actress. Shailene Woodley played the role of Teri Duncan. The awards ceremony for the 78th Golden Globes will be held on February 28. The names of the winners of the British Academy of Television and Film Arts (Bafta) Prize will be announced on March 9. The film is scheduled for theatrical release on February 12 in the United States and
February 26 in the UK. Tahar Rahim, originally from the city of Oran, is one of the main Franco-Algerian actors of his generation. He has participated in several world works, like the French film Un prophète (2009) and the American-British-Australian drama Marie Madeleine (2018) in which the American actor Joaquin Phoenix played.
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