Tahar Rahim made his screen debut in the 2005 French documentary film ‘Tahar l'étudiant’ directed by Cyril Mennegun. In 2007, he played the role of a policeman in the Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo-directed French horror film ‘Inside.’ The film was warmly received by critics and earned an 85% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes. He next portrayed ‘Malik’ in the 2009 French prison crime film ‘A Prophet’ directed by Jacques Audiard. The film opened to wide critical acclaim and sits on a 97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Rahim also won several awards, including the ‘European Film Award’ and ‘César Award,’ for his performance in the film. In 2011, he starred in the epic historical drama film ‘The Eagle’ directed by Kevin Macdonald. The film received a mixed response from critics and grossed over $38 million on a budget of $25 million. He was next seen in films like ‘Black Gold’ (2011), ‘Our Children’ (2012), ‘The Past’ (2013), ‘Grand Central’ (2013), ‘The Informant’ (2013), ‘The Cut’ (2014), ‘Samba’ (2014), ‘Le Père Noël’ (2014), and ‘The Anarchists’ (2015). In 2016, he starred as ‘Jean’ in the romantic horror film ‘Daguerrotype’ directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa. The film sits on a 48% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. That same year, he also appeared in the Katell Quillévéré-directed drama film ‘Heal the Living’ which received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics.
He next starred in films like ‘The Price of Success’ (2017), ‘Mary Magdalene’ (2018), ‘Treat Me Like Fire’ (2018), and ‘The Kindness of Strangers’ (2019). Rahim was last seen in the 2021 legal drama film ‘The Mauritanian’ directed by Kevin Macdonald. The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics and has a 75% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes. Rahim will be next seen in the upcoming epic historical drama film ‘Napoleon’ where he will portray ‘Paul Barras.’
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