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  • The sympathy for the prisoners is developed in the most brilliant way, and is never the slightest exaggerated

    • by limonar
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      The life of some inmates in a north african prison camp of war. Sean Connery is the rebel amongst these who won’t accept the terror he is put through

      from the head officer. The Hill refers to a small hill of sand the prisoners are forced to run each time they break the rules or try to escape.

      • The film was directed by the talented Sidney Lumet back in his golden days and is a very intense war drama indeed. The sympathy for the prisoners is developed
        in the most brilliant way, and is never the slightest exaggerated. Not a single dead minute in this unforgettably realistic film about the way war and imprisonment affect common people.



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