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Isaach De Bankole Tests ‘The Limits of Control’

Isaach De Bankole is an Cote D’Ivoire actor born to parents from Benin (ironically he has grandparents from Nigeria….truly an African man). He has starred in over 30 films, and won the 1987 César Award for Most Promising Actor for his role in ‘Black Mic Mac’. In 2006 he was Stephen Obanno in the James Bond movie, ‘Casino Royale’.  He has has a degree in acting from Cours Simon and a degree in mathematics from the Universite de Paris.

Isaach De Bankole in Casino Royale

His latest movie is ‘The Limits of Control‘. ‘The Limits of Control‘ is a story about a mysterious loner who is on a mission that he is tight-lipped about.   He keeps the details to himself and trusts nobody.  As he works to complete the mission, viewers are taken on a journey through his life as he discovers more about himself. The film is directed by Jim Jarmusch, a filmaker he has worked extensively with (‘Night on Earth’, ‘Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai‘, and ‘Coffee and Cigarettes’).

The film has been getting mixed reviews….people either really love it or absolutely hate it. Take a look at the preview and draw your own conclusions.


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