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(42290) 7.5 107 min 2015

Saul fia is a movie starring Géza Röhrig, Levente Molnár, and Urs Rechn. A Jewish-Hungarian concentration camp prisoner sets out to give a child he mistook for his son a proper burial.

Starring
Todd Charmont, Levente Molnár, Géza Röhrig, Urs Rechn
Genres
Drama, War
Director
László Nemes

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, War
Director László Nemes
Writer Clara Royer, László Nemes
Stars Todd Charmont, Levente Molnár, Géza Röhrig, Urs Rechn
Country Hungary
Also Known As El fill de Saül, Saula dēls, Sauls son, Saulin poika, Šaulov sin, Sauls sønn, Ha'ben shel Shaoul, El hijo de Saúl, Saulov sin, Il figlio di Saul, Sauli poeg, O Filho de Saul, Saulův syn, 索爾之子, Syn Szawła, Savlov sin, Sauls søn, Ο γιος του Σαούλ, サウルの息子, Son of Saul, Le fils de Saul
Runtime 1H 47M
Description WWII. Hungarian-Jewish Saul Ausländer is a prisoner at Auschwitz. He, along with several other men, are housed in a different part of the camp, as they are all given the work of knowingly corralling the other prisoners into the gas chambers, the prisoners who believe they are taking a shower and given food before they start work. Saul and these men's work also entails disinfecting the gas chamber after use, going through the personal possessions of the dead looking for any items of value, and disposing of the ashes after the bodies are burned. It is after one of those gassings that Saul sees the body of who he believes is his illegitimate son. Out of circumstance, the Germans want to conduct an autopsy on the body. Without telling the Germans, Saul goes on a mission almost at any cost to prevent the autopsy from proceeding, and steal the body to give it a proper Jewish burial, which also means having a rabbi preside over the burial. To accomplish his mission, he will need the assistance of many of his fellow prisoners, which means telling them what he is doing. It is then that Saul learns that some of the other worker prisoners are trying to smuggle information out to show the world of the atrocities of the camp, while smuggle in items that will help in an uprising against their captors. Saul may have some issues in dealing with the other men who may see their own task as more important and incompatible with his. But another issue may throw a wrench into what they are all doing when they realize that their own usefulness to their captors may soon be coming to an end, meaning their own lives.

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Saturday, 30 May 2020 06:10

This is the film of the year. It is a testament to the artistic merit of the director, cinematographer, and editor, to the wonderful cast, and to the emotional impact of the script. This is one of the most emotionally-charged films I've ever seen, and even the vignettes and flashbacks have meaning. One scene, involving the relocation of a theater to a convent, is almost as powerful as the atomic bomb scene in "Apocalypse Now". It's not just about the people, but about the horrors of war and how to survive it. The director and cinematographer, knowing the whole thing would never make it into the film, have made a wonderfully-shot piece of film that I believe will touch people who never witnessed the horrors of war. I'm sure it will touch a few, but only a few, people will understand what the true horror of war is, and that's a huge contribution. The film has an incredibly powerful scene, when a young soldier named Francis (James Franco) finds out he has a terminal disease. He knows what death means, but he is so moved by the presence of the priest that he doesn't care. When he finds out about the priest's death, he feels he must make the most of his last day. He must leave his beloved wife and young son behind. He will be there, on the battlefield, in the trench, in the house, in his beloved wife's arms, and in her tomb. But he will not be there, he will be there, to watch her die, and he will be there, when she dies, as she dies, because he has so much love for her. I really do not understand how this movie was not given the acclaim it deserved. There are so many great actors in this film. I give it an 11/10.


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