Sound and Fury (1988) De bruit et de fureur

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Sound and Fury (1988) De bruit et de fureur

Sound and Fury (1988)
DVDRip | MKV | 720x576 | x264 @ 1800 Kbps | 94 min | 1,35 Gb
Audio: French AC3 1.0 @ 256 Kbps | Subs: English (embedded+srt)
Genre: Drama

Director: Jean-Claude Brisseau
Writer: Jean-Claude Brisseau
Stars: Bruno Cremer, François Négret, Vincent Gasperitsch

This drama depicts the misery of neglected children in big cities. 13 years old Bruno is of a good family, but since the death of his grandmother he spends most of his time alone, in a phantasy world, while his mother is away at work. But then he befriends the violent Jean-Roger, who's from a severely disturbed family, where nobody cares what he's doing. In school Jean-Roger drives their teacher into despair just for fun. To separate the two boys, she starts to stimulate Bruno's interests by giving him extra lessons. When Jean-Roger fears loosing his one and only friend, he becomes even more aggressive.

Sound and Fury was the first French film to depict the youth of the suburban housing projects and the gangs they formed in those zones of exclusion. At the time, gang culture was just beginning to alarm mainstream society—years before the triumph of Mathieu Kassovitz’s Hate and the subsequent wave of banlieue films. But even as Sound and Fury marked the emergence of a singular cinéaste, it also laid the groundwork for the misunderstandings that have continued to dog him. For the PC leftist critics, Brisseau was simply a “socially concerned filmmaker,” committed to revealing the violence and exclusionary politics at work in the projects and the dead-end life of the underclass. But that perception ignored the fantasy elements, surreal touches, and strong sense of the grotesque that constantly disturb the film’s apparent naturalism, much as in Buñuel’s Los Olvidados, Brisseau’s acknowledged model.
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Sound and Fury (1988) De bruit et de fureur

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