Crime • R • 2009 • 2 hr 35 min
A brutal film about a more brutal environment. The bitter life story of a prisoner who grows up to be a man.
You’d think it was one of the great Scorsese’s movies!
Amazing story flawlessly executed and rythmed
Audiard’s incredible riff on gangster films.
Great directing and acting (especially from the lead) but I didn't find the story very interesting. A bit overrated but still good.
At times both terrifying & brutal, this is filmmaking at its best. Spellbinding stuff.
Wow, this film is nothing short of amazing. Terrific character development. It takes its time in the best possible way. Truly a masterpiece.
The movie that introduced us the Taher Raheem. Such a talent. A complex movie with a beautiful theme running through it.
Great thriller / mafia / jail movie with a solid lead actor. However a bit too slow or too long on some occasion
The impact of random chance creating opportunity - what a person does with it. Fear, revenge, ambition, peace of mind... our basic drives.
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