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Le trou

Reżyseria Jacques Becker
Francja, 1960
Film kryminalny, Dramat, Thrillery


In a Paris prison cell, five inmates use every ounce of their tenacity and ingenuity in an elaborate attempt to tunnel to freedom. Based on the novel by José Giovanni, Jacques Becker’s Le trou (The Hole) balances lyrical humanism with a tense, unshakable air of imminent danger.

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Le trou Reżyseria Jacques Becker
There is little verbal development of their characters or backstories. Becker rarely used any of the common devices for evoking interiority or subjectivity. His attention was devoted to behavior, gesture, action, and interaction, yet there is depth of feeling in even his lightest touches.
August 28, 2018
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There’s something weirdly Zen about these characters. Yes, they’re anxious to get out, but there’s an air of resignation about them, too. It’s not so much that they must escape, it’s that they couldn’t live with themselves if they didn’t try… Le Trou is not just a movie about tough guys trying to break out of prison; it’s a movie about doomed romantics.
June 27, 2017
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Considering [the] appreciation, it’s odd that “Le Trou” has never found a niche in the repertory pantheon. Was it the absence of stars? The director’s demise? The distributor’s inexperience? Perhaps it was the movie’s disquieting philosophical kicker. “Le Trou” denounces injustice and celebrates solidarity, leaving you to ponder what happens when those values collide.
June 23, 2017
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