Tag: Movie

Title: Triage
AKA: Triage
Year: 2009
Character: Joaquín Morales
Director: Danis Tanovic
Cameraman: Seamus Deasy
Screenplay: Scott Anderson, Danis Tanovic
Runtime: 99
Country: Ireland | Spain | Belgium | France
Genre: Drama | Mystery | War
Studio: Parallel Film Productions, Asap Films, Freeform Spain, Tornasol Films, Aramid Entertainment Fund, Irish Film Board, Euroimages Fund of the Council of Europe
Classification: R

Language: English | Arabic (only a few lines) | Spanish (only a few lines) | Swahili (only a few lines) | French (only a few words)
Audio: Dolby Digital
Colour: Color



A man bearing the unseen scars of war struggles to recover amidst a family in chaos in this drama from writer and director Danis Tanovic. Mark Walsh (Colin Farrell) is a photojournalist who has earned a reputation for working in some of the most unforgiving locations on Earth, so when his editor Amy (Juliet Stevenson) asks him to cover the fighting in Kurdistan, Mark takes the assignment and thinks little of it, though his wife Elena (Paz Vega) is considerably more concerned. Mark and his friend and fellow photographer David (Jamie Sives) head off to the war full of confidence, but when Mark comes home alone after being separated from David, he seems like a different person, gaunt and unable to relax. Elena can't get Mark to talk about what he saw that left him so traumatized, so she invites her father Joaquin (Christopher Lee), a veteran psychoanalyst with military experience, for a visit to see if he can help. But as Joaquin struggles to get Mark to open up, the father's presence ignites an old conflict between him and Elena; the doctor was a supporter of Franco during the Spanish Civil War and served under the dictator's regime, and Elena has never been able to forgive him for his actions against the Spanish loyalists. Triage was an official selection at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival.


Colin Farrell as Mark Walsh
Jamie Sives as David
Paz Vega as Elena Morales
Kelly Reilly as Diane
Branko Djuric as Dr. Talzani
Mozaffar Shafeie as Talzani's Assitant
Karzan Sherabayani as Wounded Man
Luis Callejo as Pesh Merga Commander
Alex Spijksma as Pesh Merga Sergeant (as Alejandro Sánchez)
Ian McElhinney as Ivan
Juliet Stevenson as Amy
Michelle Hartman as Nurse
Eileen Walsh as Dr. Christopher
Nick Dunning as Dr. Hersbach
Christopher Lee as Joaquín Morales
Reece Ritchie as Boy in Beirut
Dada Ashi as Ugandan Woman rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sandra Ni Bhroin as Staff Nurse Marion Picard
Myia Elliott as Stewardess (uncredited)
Gail Fitzpatrick as Neighbour Lady (uncredited)
Conor O'Gorman as Party Goer (uncredited)

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