Sombre

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Product Overview

Journey into the warped mind of a serial killer. While prowling the backwoods of france for victims, jean encounters two sisters who do not recognize his madness until it's too late.

Specifications

Studio Koch International
SKU 204035632
UPC 741952309598
UPC 14 00741952309598
Format DVD
Release Date 4/10/2007
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen/Standard  1.66:1/1.33:1 [4:3]
Actors
Name Barbe,Marc
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Cast & Crew
Alan Vega - Original Music By
Catherine Jacques - Producer
Elina Lowensohn - Actor
Francoise Tourmen - Editor
Geraldine Voillat - Actor
Gerbaux - Production Designer
Marc Barbe - Actor
Maxime Mazzolini - Actor
Philippe Grandrieux - Director
Pierre Hodgson, et. al. - Writer
Sabine Lancelin - Cinematographer
Reviews
ReviewSource Strictly Film School
Review While I'm not at all enraptured by the murky, elliptically fractured, and characteristically amoral transgressive cinema of Philippe Grandrieux, I also cannot help but be drawn to certain aspects of his filmmaking that I find undeniably sublime in the sensorial purity of their realization. One such moment occurs in an early episode in Grandrieux's debut feature film, Sombre: an eerily silent shot of Jean (Marc Barbe) looking away from the camera at a vacant lot (a recurring image of the back of his head that prefigures the psychological ambiguity and enigmatic motivation of Olivier in Jean Pierre and Luc Dardenne's The Son) juxtaposed against the crashing waves of a turbulent stream...The seemingly unstable, unfocused image drifts into and out of frame, intermittently revealing the outline of a female form lying violated and lifeless near his feet.
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ReviewRating 9
Features
DVD, Dolby, Digital Audio, English, Subtitled
Product Attributes
Actor Barbe,Marc
Label Koch Lorber Films Llc
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Quotes
Derek Elley, Variety ...a surprisingly creepy look into the tortured mind of a serial killer.
Stephen Holden, The New York Times ...a deeply unsettling, stylistically audacious mood piece that attempts to enter a psycotic state of mind.
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