Mathieu Lamboley (LupinA Minuscule Adventure, Sisters in Arms, The Last MercenaryThe Rose MakerThe Accusation) has been hired to score the upcoming romantic thriller Une zone à défendre. The project, which marks Disney+’s first French original movie, is written and directed by Romain Cogitore and stars François Civil and Lyna Khoudri. The movie centers on the relationship between a woman campaigning to stop the construction of a dam in a conservation area and an undercover police officer who infiltrates her group of eco-activists. Hugo Selignac (The Stronghold, November) and Nicolas Dumont are producing the movie for Chi-Fou-Mi Productions. Lamboley has previously scored Cogitore’s first two features, Territory of Love and 15 Lads. Une zone à défendre is expected to premiere in 2023 on Disney+.

Lamboley’s other recent projects include Yann Samuell’s La guerre des Lulus (to be released in French theaters on January 18), Stéphane Cazes’ Les têtes givrées (coming out on France on February 8), Laurent Tirard’s Juste Ciel! (to be released on February 15) and André Téchiné’s Les âmes soeurs (coming out on March 29). The composer is also returning to score the third season of Netflix’s Lupin, which is also expected to premiere next year.