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Le silence de la mer

Francja, 1949
Dramat, Film romantyczny, Film wojenny


In a small town in occupied France in 1941, the German officer, Werner Von Ebrennac is billeted in the house of the uncle and his niece. The uncle and niece refuse to speak to him, but each evening the officer warms himself by the fire and talks of his country.

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Le silence de la mer Reżyseria Jean-Pierre Melville
Melville announced in his first feature, the ultra-eerie Le Silence de la mer (which was based partly on his wartime experiences), an approach which emphasized silence, temps morts, suspense that is metaphysical or spiritual, a modernist sense of visual composition that emphasizes the psychological dimensions of space, and (anticipating Bresson) the strange nature of everyday objects and gestures.
June 26, 2017
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The old man’s voice-over narration is incantatory; once the lieutenant begins showing up each night in civilian clothes to continue what his host mentally characterizes as “the long rhapsody of his discovery of France,” the movie is powerfully repetitive.
May 21, 2015
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The black-and-white cinematography, by the wonderful Henri Decaë, is starkly atmospheric. Melville’s fascination with Orson Welles’s “Citizen Kane” (1941) is evident in some striking shots, and he used low-budget tricks, such as a dissolve that joins a shot of Chartres Cathedral with a tank’s cannon filmed in Paris.
May 12, 2015
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