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Bunker 717

France / Belgium 2022
produced by
Noor Sadar, François Touwaide, Sébastien Delloye, Labina Mitevska, Séphanie Deleuze, Raquel Morte for Black Swan Tales, White Lion Films, Entre Chien et Loup
directed by Grégory Beghin
starring Sofia Lesaffre, Victor Meutelet, Joseph Olivennes, Kassim Meesters, Léone François-Janssens, Blaise Afonso, Olivier Bony, Philippe Résimont, Toussaint Colombani, Guillaume Fooy, Yoann Mathias Barrenechea
written by Nicolas Tackian, music by Clement Tery

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Student Sonia (Sofia Lesaffre) hosts her two best friends Henry (Victor Meutelet) and Max (Kassim Meesters) from back home in her tiny Paris apartment, and since Henry's about to enter his mandatory military service, she wants to show something special - and persuades her friend/drugdealer Ramy (Joseph Olivennes) to give them a tour of the "real" Paris underground, a system of catacombs beneath even the Metro. At first that seems like the greatest idea, as down there they meet many interesting people, a host of artists and loveable misfits who are just looking for a place to have a good time away from "respectable" society. But then they make it further into the catacombs and run into a group of skinheads who have nothing other on their mind than to rough them up, maybe more, and it's only thanks to Sonia's smarts and resolution that they get away at all. But running from the skinheads they lose their way and find themselves in a corner of the catacombs even Ramy is unfamiliar with, a corner that turns out to be a secret German bunker from the occupation during World War II. Thing is, it soon becomes clear that our heroes aren't alone, and whoever or whatever they're with might not know the war's over yet and see them as enemies ...


Now it's quite obvious that his movie has taken some cues from the caving horror flick The Descent, especially when it comes to the claustrophobia of things, but narratively it goes its very own ways, spinning a pretty wild yet entertaining yarn of a last pocket Nazis in Paris of the 1990s that might not be totally believable (but then again, which horror films are) but makes total sense in the movie's framework. And a genre savvy direction really keeps the audience on the edge of their seats throughout, while a solid cast playing well fleshed-out characters keep things grounded to make this a very cool piece of genre cinema.


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