Le Trou - cinema review

Le Trou - cinema review

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admission free

(France 1959)
directed by Jacques Becker, starring Michel Constantin, Philippe Leroy, Catherine Spaak
b/w, 140', 35mm, Italian dubbed version

1974, La Santé Prison, Paris. Five inmates try to escape by digging a tunnel under the prison. They're on the verge of making it, but a traitor jeopardizes the attempt. Based on the novel by José Giovanni, Le Trou is the last film by French director Becker. It is also one of Becker's most celebrated works: incredibly tense, bold and compelling,the film is narrated in an anti-heroic fashion that is often seen as the bridge between the old generation of French directors and the new Nouvelle Vague auteurs.

Info:
Sala Cinema
Entrance on mid floor of the staircase in via Milano 9A
Admission free while places last




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Date:
data 27/11/2012 orario: 21:00
 
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