Los Intocables

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A pesar de que debería ser el tema más deprimente en el mundo hay algo que me extraña sobre las películas que se ocupan de la discapacidad. El milagro de Ana Sullivan (1962) fue un gran éxito en su día, por lo que Helen Keller en la más famosa persona sorda y ciega en la historia, a pesar de que ya ha sido superada por varios árbitros de cricket. Incluso Julian Schnabel, el cineasta artista convertida quien debutó con Basquiat (1996) - un candidato para el "peor película jamás 'codiciado premio - tenía un merecido éxito con La escafandra y la mariposa (2007), basada en las memorias de paralizado periodista, Jean-Dominique Bauby.
Marcos abajo Los Intocables como un distinguido además de la lista. Al igual que las películas mencionadas anteriormente, Intocables se basa en una historia real - de Philippe Pozzo di Borgo, discapacitados heredero de una familia rica y aristocrática francesa, y Abdel Sellou, un criminal. En la película, Abdel argelino se ha transformado en Driss de Senegal. Casi todo lo demás en este cuento es poco probable supuestamente cierto.
El papel de Philippe es interpretado por François Cluzet, que muestra que un buen actor puede hacer de todo, desde el cuello hacia arriba. Omar Cy pone en una actuación bravura como Driss. Aunque la película tiene un atractivo elenco de personajes secundarios es básicamente un acto doble entre Cluzet y Cy. Más comedia que drama, los intocables podría ser referido como un "buddy film ', aunque uno entre polos opuestos.
Disgustado por la naturaleza insípida de los solicitantes para el puesto de cuidadora a tiempo completo, Philippe elige Driss, que en realidad sólo llegó a obtener una firma en su forma de seguridad social.
Su razonamiento es que él no quiere que nadie que lo compadece.
Driss, quien es oriundo de los suburbios pobres de París, donde las familias migrantes se agrupan en bloques de apartamentos feo…...

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