This … The recollection of troubled teenagerdom is what reminded me of Lacombe, Lucien. In the opening scene of the film the central character, Lucien, who is a cleaner in a hospice, callously kills a songbird with a slingshot in between his cleaning duties. Lacombe, Lucien is no exception. Ele reencontra o seu professor que se tornou um membro da Resistência, a quem confidencia o desejo de ingressar nos maquis, mas é recusado. Lucien Lacombe, um jovem do campo da região do Sudoeste da França, trabalhando na cidade, em junho de 1944, retorna à casa dos pais.O seu pai foi preso pelos alemães e a sua mãe vive com um outro homem. In all the most important ways, he succeeds, triumphantly. But in a million small ways, he falls flat. Lacombe, Lucien is a 1974 French film directed by Louis Malle, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Nobel Prize-winning novelist Patrick Modiano.. Lucien Lacombe is a 17-year-old boy living in southwest France in June 1944, four years after the French surrender and just days after the Allied landing on the north coast. Lucien is a figure of detached, deluded youth, specifically in the unlikely position of power. Contents. Set in an occupied French province with a provincial rural farm youth as the main protagonist (Pierre Blas in the part of the main character - Lucien Lacombe) on the cusp of adulthood, finding vocational opportunity in the midst of desperation and sociopathy after being rejected by his first interest - the romantic and famous French resistance. Firstly, I shall consider how faces are lingered upon by the camera to involve the audience in the film, stopping them from making a pre-judgement of the situation, the occupation of France, in the film. Yet, not that far behind has to be Louis Malle’s decision to caste the lead character for his 1974 film, Lacombe, Lucien with an amateur named Pierre Blaise. Lacombe Lucien is a fictive re-enactment of the banality of evil If you look up the word banal in the English dictionary, you will find its meanings to be, common, ordinary, commonplace. Lacombe, Lucien (1974) -- (Movie Clip) I Should Have Been An Actor Films with a title of just the main character's name often portray the titular character more as a mythical figure than solely as a character. Lacombe Lucien Is a Fictive Re-Enactment of the Banality of Evil. Sinopse. Lacombe, Lucien is more of a test even than India: Malle could approach India in terms of his own sensibility, but in Lacombe, Lucien, he is trying to seek out and create a sensibility utterly different from his own. In this essay I shall consider the cinematic techniques used in Lacombe, Lucien that best contribute to the overall intention of the film. [3] Plot; Cast; Production; Reception; Critical response; Accolades; See also; References; External links; Plot. Lucien Lacombe Aurore Clément France Holger Loewenadler Albert Horn Therese Giehse Bella Horn Stephane Bouy Jean Loumi Iacobesco Betty Jacques Rispal M. Laborit René Bouloc Faure Jean Bousquet Peyssac, the schoolteacher Pierre Decazes Aubert Gilberte Rivet Lucien's mother Jean Rougerie Tonin Jacqueline Staup Lucienne Crew Louis Malle Lacombe Lucien (in English, Lacombe, Lucien) is a 1974 French war drama film about a French teenage boy during the German occupation of France in World War II..