L'Enfer 2005

L'Enfer

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  • Nov 20, 2007
    <I>Hell</I> (<I>L'Enfer</I> as it's known in its native France) is the second film in a planned trilogy that began with the underrated <I>Heaven</I> directed by Tom Tykwer and starring Cate Blanchett and Giovanni Ribisi, based upon scripts by the late, great Krzsztof Kieslowksi (the <I>Three Colours</I> trilogy). The two films share little in common aside from their 'unclassifiableness' and their emotional power.<p>A difficult film to analyse, <I>Hell</I>, directed by Academy Award winner Danis Tanovic (<I>No Man's Land</I>) is overflowing with ideas concerning philosophy, psyche, and emotional detachment and yet is still accessible, unpretentious and, whilst it takes itself necessarily seriously, it is also sometimes blackly funny. There's an exceptional eye for detail that's appropriately worthy of Kieslowski himself; even the opening credits concerning the plight of a bird and the eggs she is watching is gripping and gives the first insight into some of the horror that lies ahead. Although, in all probability, as with <I>Heaven</I>, the title is meant to be ironic, for despite some excellently shot shocks, a pervading sense of dread and a creepily effective final scene, there is some hope to the characters' lives as the film unwinds its secrets. <p>Stunning cinematography, a thoughtful color scheme (each story thread seems to have its own tone), featuring a nicely dramatic music score and complimented by a trio of leading French actresses giving nuanced performances (Emmanuelle Béart, Karin Viard and Marie Gillain), <I>Hell</I> is very impressive.
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