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Son of Saul

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Film poster
Son of Saul (Hungarian: Saul fia) is a 2015 Hungarian drama film directed by László Nemes. It was screened at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival,[1][2] where it won the Grand Prix.[9] It has also been selected to be shown in the Special Presentations section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.[11]

Cast

  • as Saul
    • as Abraham

      Plot

      It is early of courage, perhaps, that it kes to watch it."ian.com/film/2015/may/15/son-of-saul-review-an-outstanding-excoriating-look-at-evil-in-auchwitz|title=Son of Saul review: an outstanding, excoriating look at evil in Auschwitz|author=Peter Bradshaw|work=the Guardian}}, Dave Calhoun also gave the film five out of five stars.[15] Indiewire's Eric Kohn awarded the film an A- rating, calling it "a remarkable refashioning of the Holocaust drama that reignites the setting with extraordinary immediacy".[16] In his review written for The Hollywood Reporter, Boyd van Hoeij praised the cinematography and the soundwork of the film. He writes: "Shot (and shown in Cannes) on 35mm, often in sickly greens and yellows and with deep shadows, Erdely’s
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