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A Hidden Life 2019 : سانسور شده اختصاصی بصورت سانسور لباس + حذف قسمت های مستهجن بدون هیچگونه حذف اضافی قسمت های اکشن و ترسناک و محتوای اصلی داستان
یک زندگی پنهان (انگلیسی: A Hidden Life) یک زندگی پنهان، فیلمی تاریخی درام به کارگردانی ترنس مالیک است. فیلم داستان فرانز ییگستَتار را حکایت میکند که از پیوستن به نازیها و جنگیدن برای آنها در جنگ جهانی دوم امتناع کرده است. وقتی این کشاورز دهقان اتریشی با تهدید اعدام بهدلیل خیانت روبهرو میشود، ایمان بیبدیل او به خانواده است که روح او را زنده نگه میدارد…
Greetings again from the darkness. With a title pulled from a line in George Eliot’s “Middlemarch”, enigmatic filmmaker Terrence Malick
continues his deep probe into humanity and faith … recurring themes in most of his films A Hidden Life 2019, and especially the run that began
with his excellent THE TREE OF LIFE (2012). This current film is easily his most accessible over that period as it focuses on the (mostly) true story of Austrian WWII conscientious objector Franz Jagerstatter.
The film opens with contrasting images: a black screen with
sounds of nature fading to a bucolic Austrian Alps village versus dramatic historical clips of Hitler
(I believe from Leni Reifenstahl’s 1935 Nazi propaganda film TRIUMPH OF THE WILL). The rural farming village we see is Sankt Radegund,
the idyllic community where Franz Jagerstatter (played by August Diehl, INGLORIOUS BASTERDS) lives off the land with his wife Franziska
“Fani” (played by Valerie Pachner) and their three young daughters. It’s a family bonded by love. The family and fellow villagers go about the rigors of daily life as the war spreads. In 1940, Franz is sent to Enns Military base for training, and is then returned to his village under a farming exemption.
What follows is a first half filled with dread as Franz struggles with his own beliefs in a new world order that has no room for individual thought. He refuses to swear an oath to Hitler, despite the rest of the villagers doing so. He knows what this means, as does his wife. As Franz refuses the “Heil Hitler”, he is described as being something worse than an enemy – a traitor. He holds firmly to his principles … vague to us, yet crystal clear to him. He becomes a pariah in his own village, as even the priest urges him to relent by stating he has “a duty to the fatherland.”