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Le trou is a movie starring André Bervil, Jean Keraudy, and Michel Constantin. In prison four long-sentence inmates planning an elaborate escape cautiously induct a new inmate to join in their scheme which leads to distrust and...

Genres
Thriller, Crime, Drama
Director
Jacques Becker
Starring
André Bervil, Jean Keraudy, Philippe Leroy, Michel Constantin

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Product details

Genres Thriller, Crime, Drama
Director Jacques Becker
Writer Jacques Becker, José Giovanni, Jean Aurel, José Giovanni, José Giovanni, Jacques Becker
Stars André Bervil, Jean Keraudy, Philippe Leroy, Michel Constantin
Country Italy, France
Also Known As Tunneln, Ana, Hullet, El hueco, Az odú, 穴(1960), O Buraco, Dziura, L'evasió, Le Trou, La evasión, Hålet, De ontvluchting, Un paso a la libertad, Auk, A Um Passo da Liberdade, The Night Watch, I trypa, To kelli tis prodosias, Hofreh, Rupa, Das Loch, Il buco, Alhofrah, El agujero, The Hole, Tunneli
Runtime 2 h 11 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Just as four cell-mates are about to launch their elaborate escape from a tiny cell, a detainee from a cell-block under repair is transferred in. The four all face certain conviction and long sentences. Does the young new jail-mate have the same incentive and if so, can they trust him?

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Friday, 17 Jul 2020 16:45

I would like to talk about the other film that was the inspiration for the crime thriller TOWER. I remember a very short scene in the movie where Dr. Franka Summers (Dakota Fanning) is in the operating room with one of her patients. She is sitting with her boyfriend at the table and then she turns to the camera and says "let me take this." In my memory of the film, the title "Tower" was written on the room's door. So it seemed like a logical choice to me to go with the other film in this era of suspense, thriller, and horror. All the different elements of the films that came out of it are amazing, but the one that resonated with me was "Tower" because it was similar to the beginning of the story that was in "Tower." All the subplots of "Tower" all tie in with each other. The only thing that separates the two films is the story itself. "Tower" is a mystery, the answers are not necessarily in the writing of the book. In "Tower," the characters were defined by the situation they were in, and the camera was in the story. So there is no mystery. In "Tower," there is no character development, so you just have to wait and watch. "Tower" was the catalyst for "Tower," and the book is the catalyst for "Tower." If you watch both films, you'll notice that the story comes out of the camera, and vice versa. You can't really get the feeling that there is a movie to be watched without seeing the film first. The only thing I can say about "Tower" is that it is very different than what I expected. I found the plot to be very interesting, and I think it will make you think, and maybe you'll come up with some interesting theories about it. I think that what people forget is that "Tower" was just a beginning. It was much bigger than what we were expecting. The entire first act of "Tower" is filled with suspense. The scene where the camera starts filming in the hotel room where you see the different characters talk about their families and other personal things is very powerful. But, if you have read the book, you'll see the entire second act of the film, and the reason why it was so powerful. The second act of "Tower" is the most shocking film of the
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 04:43

This is a very well made film, and a little unusual. It is an hour and a half of gripping entertainment, but it also does its job of making you think. The story is not only about the mobster, but it is about what makes gangsters and the mafia different. It is also about how you can be a gangster, be a gangster's friend, and still be human. If you have seen this film you have seen it all before. There are movies that have completely different story lines. Like Arnie in Mr. Smith, who is not only a gangster, but also has a softer side to him. There is also the film that has the same title, but with Peter Graves, in which he is a wannabe gangster. But he is trying to become a gangster, he has problems with the mob, but he is still human. The first half is the main focus of the film. It shows you a mix of the man, the mob, and the criminal. As the story progresses you get to see how the man and the mob come together, and how the people in the middle get involved. The second half of the movie is much more focused on the mob, but still a lot of the focus is on the mob's part. This is where the film really gets interesting, as the story takes us into the relationship between the mafia and the mafia's associates, and also the tension between the mafia and the mafia's associates. It's an interesting story. If you like the Mafia then you will like this movie. You are not going to be surprised at the main theme of the film. In some ways it is almost more believable, because of the interaction between the mob and the mob's associates, and because of the different characterizations of the gangster and the mob. This is a very different type of film. I would give this film a 7/10.
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 16:41

Joe (Guy Pearce) is a street criminal who has been given a clean slate to start over from scratch with a new woman. He finds a wife (Maria Doyle Kennedy) and daughter (Carrie-Ann Moss) with whom he can live the life he can't quite live in his previous relationship. As Joe makes the transition from dealer to husband and father he begins to find himself drifting further and further from the life he once knew. After the briefest of introductions to the world of New York City, Joe becomes a pawn in a global war between the Mafia and the Mafiosi. The film starts off as the point of view of a bystander and then shifts to that of a detective. From here, we are given a look at the underbelly of the city's underworld. We see how the Mafiosi move into the underbelly and how the mafia has come to prey upon the criminals that live there. We also see how the criminals have fallen under the Mafiosi's rule. The film is pretty gritty and is at its best when it features the mafia and street life. The dialogue is often fantastic and the situations that are presented are always gripping. The film really brings to life the character of Joe. He is a character that we feel every minute of the film. We feel for him and empathize with him. I also really enjoyed the character of Joe's daughter. In this film, the characters and the situations that they are put into are all believable. Not only are the characters believable, but the situations are believable as well. The film manages to be both a gritty and realistic look at the underworld and how it affects the lives of those who live there. It also manages to be both entertaining and entertaining. It's an interesting film that has a lot of meat to it. I have a feeling that people are going to like this film and think that it's a decent film. The problem with most films is that most of the time it doesn't do anything for us. This film manages to be both a shocking look at the underworld and also a movie that keeps us interested. Overall, I give this film a 9/10.
Friday, 15 May 2020 17:20

Cecil B. DeMented is a figure that many in Hollywood will always be debating on. Some consider him as the "rebellious teenager" of the nineties, others as the "crazy celebrity" of the decade. Still others will say that he was a classic example of a misunderstood artist whose works are too controversial to see the light of day. Others will simply look at his true work, and wonder if there was actually any real talent in all of the works he made, or if he simply got lucky with some of the most famous people in the world. This film is a good argument in favor of the former. He's just another Hollywood teen, a trendsetter, who believed that the fame he had was merely the result of some lucky breaks, and had no idea of the harsh reality that actually existed in his life. In one of his works, he portrays himself as the lucky one, being a multi-millionaire while his beloved older sister suffers from a rare genetic disease that requires lifelong medication. His older sister, who spends her time being the brunt of his past indiscretions and the girl he loves, becomes a constant target of his and his own, and eventually ends up in a mental institution. As he continues to live the same lifestyle, it is gradually revealed that his sister is not a normal person and that her condition is far more serious than he ever realized. In the end, you'll either love the film or hate it. While some of the performances are great, like in "Brokeback Mountain" or "Wedding Crashers", others are really good, like in "Brothers", or "Hotel Rwanda", and I would say this film belongs in the latter group. The film is a fictionalized account of what happened to the genius Cecil B. DeMented when he was a kid, and it plays out like a true story, and shows how a life lived in Hollywood is far more similar to real life than most people would admit. It also shows how Hollywood can be used to serve one's needs, and how sometimes people in Hollywood can end up better off, not so much out of a sense of responsibility or justice, but because they know that they are very lucky to be able to live the life they do. While it is not a movie about Hollywood itself, it is a great movie about how it affects those who try to work within it, and it shows how fame can be a tool to hurt
Tuesday, 12 May 2020 14:41

Dudley, a former drug dealer from the hood, finds a job in a small town in America. He is a gentle man, the kind you would want to live next door to. But he has just been let go from a job because he is too good at it. The town is fairly closed-minded about drugs. When he finds out that his friend is at the local drug store, he decides to search for the owner, David, a man who has a large part in his son's drug deal. The search takes him to the store, and the result is a difficult confrontation between Dudley and David, whose drug dealers are making some unpleasant business of it. But Dudley's search for a woman who has been with David for a long time gives him a lot of hints about her family. This is a very slow movie, it could have been longer but not really. The movie is really quiet. And a lot of scenes are not interesting. For example, I didn't care much for the ending of the movie. That's not the ending, it's just the end of the story, you don't care. And that's not the right way to end a movie, that's just to drag on and make it hard to get to the end. You could have just ended it and let it drop to nothing and save some of your time. But it just stays that way. You have to be tired or you are overthinking the story. The plot doesn't have much action, but it does have more and more and more. Then you can't really see what is going on. And then you are so tired. So, in the end I didn't care about the movie. There is not much story. There is some action and some suspense, but there is no real story. The main character is really annoying, he is kind of hard to care about. The ending is really depressing and it shows how bad a movie is if there is no ending. In the end I didn't like the movie. But, what I did like was the music, the music was really good. I think it is important to have music in your movie. If it's not interesting and there is nothing new or different, you should not use music, but you should have music. If you have music in your movie, you have something going for you. Music does not make the movie better, just more interesting. The movie doesn't have that. I gave this movie a
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 01:48

Some of you may be saying, "how can you have a hard-boiled detective going after bad guys after not one single crime has been committed in the entire movie?" Well, the hard-boiled detective here is Ronald, played by Mike Leigh. This film is all about hard-boiled detectives and the way they go about the job. What happens to the bad guy that we've come to hate in these kind of movies? Well, he goes to prison. He may be smart, or he may be just plain dumb, but he does go to prison. You can almost guess who he's going to go for. And what does the movie say about prison? Nothing. What is the connection? You just know what the movie is going to say, and you know that everything is going to be pretty predictable, but you know that nothing is going to be over-the-top. It's nice to have a film that doesn't take itself too seriously, and it doesn't give the audience anything they haven't already seen in a movie before. It's just what you've seen in movies before, but it's new to film. Mike Leigh's portrayal of Ronald doesn't make him seem like a nutty guy. He's a cool detective who likes being cool, and he does the right things, and he does them as if he doesn't care. He doesn't let his personality get in the way of his work. He just gets the job done, and he does it pretty well. This is a pretty good film. But it is still not a great film. Some of the stuff we've seen before. I know I've seen it before. It's been done better, and it's been done better in other movies. The guy who played Ronald was a better actor than Mike Leigh. He was more believable. And the thing that kept me from giving this movie an 8 or a 9 is that I really liked Danny Glover's performance as a bad guy in this movie, but I don't think he was very well played. It was hard to identify with him, and I didn't feel like I was watching a good actor, I was just watching a bad actor. The movie is just good for the first 40 or 50 minutes or so, but then it goes downhill. It's not until it's too late that we get any kind of closure on the characters. The way that the main characters are presented to us is pretty much the same. It
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 22:09

The main protagonist in this film, Édouard Jugnot, is a great individual in his own right. An impressive architect, Jugnot is on the brink of achieving his ambition: become a government official. However, his ambition is in conflict with the will of the people. It is a matter of principle, not ideology, that pushes Jugnot to his ultimate limit. He has become aware of the magnitude of the crisis that is looming in his country, and his passions rise to the surface. As the film opens, we are given a glimpse of the conflict between the citizens and the government, as a large group of protestors storm the city hall, demanding change from the government. Some citizens are killed, and the government has to scramble to ensure that it won't be the end of the revolution. Jugnot is on the brink of making the ultimate sacrifice. He decides to sacrifice himself, before he becomes an old man. This decision is a courageous one, and one that he doesn't seem to regret. The film is constructed in a great way, which gives the viewer a sense of urgency to the story. There is a palpable sense of danger in the atmosphere, with great police cars patrolling the streets. The director does a great job of conveying the crisis to the audience, and he does so by using bold angles, great camera work and careful, stylish lighting. This is not a film to watch for casual viewers, but it is definitely one of the better films that the French cinema has produced in recent years. The acting is great, and the soundtrack is also memorable. The film is well shot, and makes an interesting, captivating narrative. It is a very powerful film, and I recommend it to anyone.


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