Un condamne a mort s'est echappe ou Le vent souffle ou il veut / A Man Escaped or: The Wind Bloweth Where It Listeth / Приговоренный к смерти бежал, или дух веет, где хочет
Режиссер: Robert Bresson
Продюсер: Robert Bresson , Andrй Devigny (memoir)
Год выпуска: 1956
Актеры: Franзois Leterrier (as Lieutenant Fontaine), Charles Le Clainche (as Franзois Jost), Maurice Beerblock (as Blanchet), Roland Monod (as Le Pasteur), Jacques Ertaud (as Orsini), Jean Paul Delhumeau (as Hebrard), Roger Treherne (as Terry), Jean Philippe Delamarre (as Prisoner No, 110), Cйsar Gattegno (as Le Prisonnier X), Jacques Oerlemans (as Chief Warder), Klaus Detlef Grevenhorst (as German Intelligence Officer), Leonhard Schmidt (as Le Convoyeur)
Описание: French Resistance activist Andre Devigny is imprisoned by the Nazis, and devotes his waking hours to planning an elaborate escape. Then, on the same day, he is condemned to death, and given a new cellmate. Should he kill him, or risk revealing his plans to someone who may be a Gestapo informer? Приз "Канн-57" за режиссуру.
Рецензии: A 10/10 to this film that proves in a definetly not-american way that doing the impossible is possible. The plot it is entirely sustained by the will of the character: no matters what, no matters how, he will escape. To do it he'll have to dominate first the space that surrounds him, fight his own fear, etc etc...I know it sounds like boring but the truth is that it is grateful to watch a movie that defends the tagline of "believe in the possibility of the impossible" in such an unexpected way. It vaguely reminded me to a certain Herman Hesse aura, but, not sure why...maybe because it's everything about waiting? What if you could actually watch a film with your eyes closed and listen to it through your eyes? Something miraculous happened here...