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The 15:17 to Paris

Instrueret af Clint Eastwood
USA, 2018
Drama, Biografi

Synopsis

In the early evening of August 21, 2015, the world watched in stunned silence as the media reported a thwarted terrorist attack on Thalys train #9364 bound for Paris, an attempt prevented by three courageous young Americans traveling through Europe.

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The 15:17 to Paris Instrueret af Clint Eastwood

Priser & festivaler

Kinema Junpo Awards

2019 | Kandidat: Best Foreign Film

The fact that its buildup consists of stilted, banal, and often quite funny Eurotrip scenes twists those recollections into something hyperreal. Intentional or otherwise, these collisions make the film one of the most mesmerizing and discomfiting experiences in recent memory.
January 19, 2019
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Sully looks as frigid and unwelcoming as a domestic flight, or as the chain hotel rooms where Tom Hanks’s Chesley Sullenberger spends much of the movie imagining his plane flying straight into midtown Manhattan. In The 15:17 to Paris, Stern’s camera captures only muddy pallor: everything is the color of late-’90s office equipment. There are crane shots and relentless Steadicam but none of it ever amounts to movement or elevation: instead, what we see is dreary, repetitive, stifling.
March 14, 2018
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The filmmaking, as square as the characters, courts its viewers with obvious avowals of shared values. . . . Stone, Skarlatos, and Sadler’s simulation of their lifelong friendship is notably unconvincing, full of camera-shy gravelly-voiced diffidence and hilariously basic half-speed evocations of everyday interactions. Even the self-aware Sadler . . . is so far from being a natural camera presence that the distance between the banality of life and the sublime of cinema seems unbridgeable.
February 22, 2018
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Hvad siger folk?

  • HKFanatic's rating of the film The 15:17 to Paris

    If performances by nonprofessional actors are the kind of thing that trip you up, don't bother watching "15:17 to Paris." For me, this proved a fascinating, almost ethnographic study of white Christian America, including its seemingly contradictory relationship with guns and the military. Eastwood doesn't get enough credit for just how impartial his eye can be; once again he's more documentarian than partisan.

  • Daniel S.'s rating of the film The 15:17 to Paris

    ***1/2. With 'Sully', Clint Eastwood told us the story of an ordinary man becoming an hero. Here, we have more than ordinary men becoming heroes in the real life and playing heroes in a movie about themselves. Think about it: They're no Johnny Weissmullers playing Tarzan in Hollywood. Better than any documentary about this event. Recommended.

  • Duncan Gray's rating of the film The 15:17 to Paris

    "My God is bigger than your statistics!" is the right sentiment from a supportive single mother; on a political scale, it sums up why America is a vomit-covered alcoholic unable to admit it has a problem. Eastwood's film examines heroic potential in ordinariness to strong effect. But its most lasting impression, whether it means it or not, is how its contemplation, nuances, and humanism all have political borders.

  • Kamran's rating of the film The 15:17 to Paris

    Poorly acted and oft runs awkward or blatantly off rhythm, but the use of real people lends a certain genuineness resembling the Home Movie. Its cinematic blending of reality and fiction is shockingly obvious but admirable. 73/100 - Good.

  • Ghostman's rating of the film The 15:17 to Paris

    Eastwood's 15:17 to Paris is a highly fascinating Hollywood film that celebrates and praises the heroism of three childhood friends who prevented a terrorist attack aboard a train. As typical with Eastwood, the film is filled with ideological confusion and doubt and even outright contradictions; the film is self-reflexive but sometimes it is even questioning about its own self-reflexivity at certain moments.

  • Emily O's rating of the film The 15:17 to Paris

    at the end of the film during the speech and medal giving the french president says something like "a hero is someone who risks their life to protect an idea" and it's sort of profound in that literally they did not do that, in the moment they reacted quickly. but the idea is so much bigger than the event. a hero is always a unifying tool to uphold the idea of democracy. and what is democracy? that heroes party too!

  • msmichel's rating of the film The 15:17 to Paris

    Eastwood gives us a red state, flag waving, Christian values, gun loving American tale with this true story of the men behind a heroic takedown of a terrorist on a train to Paris. The main problem with the film, other than its values, is the decision to cast the three leads with the actual protagonists. These non-actors make an A list production seem amateurish and turn the film into a chore to watch.

  • Lucas Granero's rating of the film The 15:17 to Paris

    El "último cineasta clásico americano" filma, finalmente, su película más inestable, en la que todas sus imagenes se alejan de cualquier tipo de certezas para devenir en anomalías. ¿Es la ficción un simulacro de la realidad? La pregunta queda sin responder pero ya que Eastwood sea capaz de hacerla produce que su relación con la historia de su país se vuelva cada vez más un enigma y un problema al mismo tiempo.

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