The Right of the Weakest

  • 11 August 2006

This article is from 2006.

Three films, one story, three different perspectives. This was the beauty of Belgium writer/director Lucas Belvaux’s Le Trilogie, one of the great delights of 2003. Fans have been holding their breath for more wickedly angled tales from the city of Liège, and The Right of the Weakest does not disappoint. This tale of low-key criminality has all the charm of Forsyth’s That Sinking Feeling with all the sturdy respect for social realist genre we have come to expect from this inventive auteur.

Cineworld, 623 8030, 18 Aug, 7.30pm & 19 Aug, 9.45pm, £7.95 (£5.20).

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