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Lacombe, Lucien 1974 123movies

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A small town in the south-west of France, summer of 1944. Having failed to join the resistance, the 18 year old Lucien Lacombe, whose father is a prisoner in Germany and whose mother dates her employer, works for the German police. He then meets France Horn, the daughter of a rich jewish tailor.
Plot: In Louis Malle’s lauded drama, Lucien Lacombe is a young man living in rural France during World War II who seeks to join the French Resistance. When he is rejected due to his youth, the resentful Lucien allies himself with the Nazis and joins the Gallic arm of their Gestapo. Lucien grows to enjoy the power that comes with his position, but his life is complicated when he falls for France Horn, a beautiful young Jewish woman.
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when he falls in love with a Jewish girl…
Louis Malle’s film about the German occupation of France is based on his own experiences during that time, when he was a teenager (Malle was born in 1932) The young man is Lucien Lacombe, and he is 17 in 1944, when the German war machine has started to fall apart. He lives in occupied France, and as we get to know him, we realize he’s a moral cipher with no point of view at all toward the momentous events surrounding him. He’s not stupid, but his interest in the war is limited mostly to the daily ways it affects him directly.

It affects him at home, where his mother lives with her lover (his father is missing in action). It affects him at work, where he labors in his boring job at the hospital. A lot of the young men in the town are members of the underground resistance movement. They carry guns, are involved in secret schemes and don’t have to mop floors. Lucien approaches the local resistance and asks to join, but he’s turned away because he’s too young. He wants desperately (if “desperately” isn’t too strong a word for such a taciturn character) to break the mold of his life, and since the resistance won’t have him, he joins the local Gestapo. This is crazy, we’re thinking. Lucien joins the Gestapo almost absentmindedly, and then this bright Jewish girl falls for a guy like that. But Louis Malle’s point is a complex one. Neither of these people can quite see beyond their immediate circumstances. They’re young, uninformed, naive, and the fact is that adolescent sex appeal is a great deal more meaningful to them than all the considerations of history.

Louis Malle, whose previous film was the bittersweet and lovely “Murmur of the Heart” (1971), gave himself a difficult assignment this time. His film isn’t really about French collaborators, but about a particular kind of human being, one capable of killing and hurting, one incapable of knowing or caring about his real motives, one who would be a prime catch for basic training and might make a good soldier and not ask questions.

As played by Pierre Blaise, a young forester who had never acted before (and who died in a road crash a few years later), Lucien is a victim trapped in his own provincialism and lack of curiosity. Louis Malle seems almost to be examining the mentality of someone like the war criminals at My Lai — technicians of murder who hardly seemed to be troubled by their actions. That’s the achievement of “Lacombe, Lucien.” But what Louis Malle is never quite able to do is to make us care about Lucien, who is so morally illiterate that his choices, even the good ones, seem randomly programmed. Perhaps to show that illiteracy is the point of the film.

Review By: tenebrisis Rating: 9 Date: 2013-10-18
Despicable Collaborationist
In 1944, in the southwest of France, the teenager Lucien Lacombe (Pierre Blaise) works in a nursing home and returns to his hometown Souleillac for vacation. His father is a German’s prisoner and he finds that his mother is living with her master Mr. Laborit (Jacques Rispal). Lucien seeks out the local schoolteacher and leader of the French Resistance Mr. Peyssac (Jean Bousquet) to join the group, but the man tells that he is too young and will not be accepted.

Lucien returns to his job riding a bicycle and he has a flat tire. He arrives late in town and the German police bring him to a hotel and Lucien snitches Mr. Peyssac that is arrested and tortured. Lucien is invited to join the police by the Chief of Police Mr. Tonin (Jean Rougerie) and takes advantages of his new position. When Lucien visits the Jewish tailor Albert Horn (Holger Löwenadler) to make new clothing, he sees his beautiful daughter France (Aurore Clément) and forces her to date him. Later Albert is arrested and when France and her grandmother Bella Horn (Therese Giehse) are hold by the Germans, Lucien kills the German soldier and flees with them to the countryside.

“Lacombe Lucien” tells the fictional story of a despicable collaborationist in World War II. The brainless Lacombe Lucien is an alienated and wicked teenager without any sense of patriotism, morality, emotion, love or respect, and uses his power to hurt people. I do not recall any other film with a collaborationist in the leading role.

The wooden Pierre Blaise keeps the same expression along the whole film and I do not know whether this is intentional to show how alienated his character is or whether he is simply a ham actor. The conclusion is very disappointing. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): “Lacombe Lucien”

Review By: claudio_carvalho Rating: 7 Date: 2011-10-12

Other Information:

Original Title Lacombe Lucien
Release Date 1974-01-30
Release Year 1974

Original Language fr
Runtime 2 hr 18 min (138 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Drama, Romance, War
Director Louis Malle
Writer Louis Malle, Patrick Modiano
Actors Pierre Blaise, Aurore Clément, Holger Löwenadler
Country France, Italy, West Germany
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. 7 wins & 6 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Eastman Kodak, USA, Laboratoires Franay Tirages Cinematographiques (LTC), Paris, France
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Eastman)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Lacombe, Lucien 1974 123movies
Lacombe, Lucien 1974 123movies
Lacombe, Lucien 1974 123movies
Lacombe, Lucien 1974 123movies
Lacombe, Lucien 1974 123movies
Lacombe, Lucien 1974 123movies
Lacombe, Lucien 1974 123movies
Lacombe, Lucien 1974 123movies
Original title Lacombe Lucien
TMDb Rating 7 91 votes

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