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This film is highly recommended.
He has the ability to transcend the boundaries of film by presenting the audience with a complex moral debate, and `Lacombe, Lucien' is no exception.
Holger Lowenadler plays Albert Horn, a Jewish tailor and the father of Aurore Clement's France, the woman who becomes Lucien's love interest.
The French have a knack of doing an excellent job of character study. I enjoyed the film. And would recommend it to foreign film fans.Published 5 months ago by J. J. Dennis
This movie is a fascinating view of occupied France during World War II. For many years after the war (and to a certain extent into the present) people have held a belief that all... Read morePublished 11 months ago by M. Cook
Problem is it is not a suitable fromat for Australian PAL. I can play it in my computer but not on my home DVD player which is what I wanted.Published 16 months ago by Helen Wellings
This is a fascinating character study and a truly memorable film. My only criticism is the abrupt ending. Did the filmmaker run out of money?Published 23 months ago by Citris1
LACOMBE,LUCIEN - A coming of age film directed by Luis Malle, the consummate French film director of the 20th century's latter half and beyond, illustrates the banality of evil in... Read morePublished on October 18, 2012 by W S Fisher
After Max Ophuls' The Sorrow and the Pity, Louis Malle decided to go carefully through a website deliberately forgotten by the ethical conscience of France, some, not wanting to... Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by Hiram Gomez Pardo
I have been looking for this movie ever since I saw it in 1975. Finally found it at Amazon! It is after all these years still a worthwhile movie to watch. Read morePublished on July 12, 2011 by Marieke
Book was in new condition, arrived promptly, well packed, what can I say? what's to complain. I would highly recommend this vendor based on my experience.Published on September 13, 2010 by Kevin T. Fitzgibbon
There has been no greater filmmaker than Louis Malle. At his best, he was as good as Bergman-- perhaps even better-- because he was much less a "dramatist," his technique was more... Read morePublished on August 6, 2010 by trastevere