The Platform

The Platform

  • Director: Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia
  • Writer: David Desola,Pedro Rivero
  • Countries of origin: Spain
  • Language: Spanish, Italian
  • Release date: March 20, 2020
  • Runtime: 1h 34min
  • Sound mix: Dolby Atmos
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: Hố Sâu Đói Khát
  • "El hoyo" is a thriller directed by Garde Gaztruh Urrutia and starring Iván Massagué Horta and Zorion Egileor . It was released in Spain on November 8, 2019.
    The film tells the story of a vertical prison where the platform carrying food descends from the first floor to the hundreds, and prisoners who can’t eat enough begin to fall into cannibalism.   .
    In 2020, the film won the 44th Toronto International Film Festival Midnight Crazy Unit-Audience Choice Award   .

    Details

    • Release date March 20, 2020
    • Production companies Basque Films, Mr Miyagi Films, Plataforma La Película AIE

    Box office

    Gross worldwide

    $1,090,116

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    • By Roderick 2022-06-21 22:46:28

      "Hunger Platform" - Living is the Hardest

      Look at the starvation platform from a different angle - living is the hardest.

      The first point, why is the hunger platform the name of the movie? Hunger is because of the uneven distribution of food, so the further down you go, there are only empty bottles and cans left, and you may know that you have to eat food if you are shitting on it. , the further down there is not much food left, and can only kill people in order to live to eat people. The platform refers to the prison pit,...

    • By Joanie 2022-04-24 07:01:05

      metaphors are too direct

      This is indeed the darkest and scariest side of human nature. It's not a horror movie but I think it's really scary. The sense of the scene and what it conveys are too scary. Even the male lead, I don't understand what it means at the end. The ending is an illusion, the male protagonist failed, and the Asian woman, like him, was turned into a murderous lunatic by the environment. The movie really hits the audience hard from start to finish. But the metaphor of class is too realistic. The...

    • By Karlie 2022-04-24 07:01:05

      Are human beings really saved?

      Are human beings really saved?

      ——Feelings of watching "The Hunger Platform"

      This is a dystopian story, more realistic than Huxley's Brave New World, more rational than "Us" and more reflective than Orwell's "1984" and "Animal Farm." Rich in imagination, the structure of the story is direct, simple and concise, the characters are simplified and the lines are thick, it is obvious that the creators have consciously paid...

    • By Reyes 2022-04-24 07:01:05

      human nature and class

      The prison pit on the 333rd floor is exploited layer by layer, from the upper layer to the throat to the lower layer to kill each other, cutting meat and eating, extremely cruel and so realistic. The various metaphors in the film almost point to the mainstream issues in today's society, the issue of race, the issue of trust, the destruction of idealism, the sharing of communism... In the end, the protagonist Glenn wants to distribute food to every layer of people, but Had to hurt a lot of...

    • By Guiseppe 2022-04-23 07:01:40

      bus stop

      I still have to go to work on a typhoon day, and part of the subway is out of service, which happens to be where I am. A group of people stopped at the bus station in front of the house, and they were all crowded waiting for a bus to come. The last car can squeeze three more at the door, and the next car can't squeeze at all. It was almost half past eight, so some people tried to force it up, but they couldn't even stretch a leg. I originally wanted to go to the previous platform, thinking...

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    • By Bennett 2022-12-23 08:27:01

      Really. It was a man who went down 200 floors and thought of Villeneuve's "The Next Floor" short film tho. "My shi won't go up" 223 Is it correct to beat others when there is not enough time to explain/morality I read the comments and found out that the female administrator also thought that there were only 200 floors and the total amount of food was also based on the number of people on the 200 floors The design is a bit thinking of the designer in the panic. There are two men sitting in the...

    • By Grayce 2022-12-17 07:24:42

      I think the chefs are also accomplices. They know that in addition to the food, there must be people who eat people. Otherwise, how can 666 people divide it with such an...

    • By Ross 2022-12-13 12:03:39

      After reading the introduction, I immediately thought of the short story "Seven Rooms" in Yiyi's "ZOO", but the sister in "Seven Rooms" sacrificed herself for her younger brother and became the flesh of the murderer's chainsaw, and this "Seven Rooms" Hunger Platform? ? ? Is it the first time that the male protagonist has lived so much to know the true appearance of this world? The old man who was with him at the beginning knew better than him that for idealism and refreshment, he could even...

    • By Dameon 2022-11-17 05:54:19

      The creative setting is really similar to Denis Villeneuve's early short film "The Next Floor", but it is completely incomparable with the photography and scheduling of that short film, which makes it look like a draft. But having said that, it is also a limited-stage low-cost work like the Panic Fang series, which is easier to operate and easy to create a sense of surprise. There may be more room for expansion when shooting a drama, for example, the plots of several groups (multi-layers) of...

    • By Lowell 2022-09-05 10:13:36

      This film, including many similar films, is good for the good. Aside from the political metaphor, it is still a well-paced, cleverly designed, and quite watchable film. The bad is also the bad. In the end, I often indulge myself in political metaphors, disrupt the rhythm, give up the plot, and even rely on the seemingly esoteric but ingenious screenwriting skills of the open ending, which loses the original captivating viewing...

    Movie plot

    A "dystopian" citizen, Goreng, voluntarily imprisoned himself and promised to increase social mobility after his release. However, because of his imprisonment, he became so radical that he was stuck in a pit and had to rely on a daily food supply. The table fell from the sky to solve it. Exquisite dishes were initially placed on the table, but after the feast of two prisoners on each floor, it gradually became more and more messy and...
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    The film is a sci-fi thriller with a peculiar style. Although the story is not particularly satisfying, it is indeed a rare sight and novelty in terms of setting, and it is at least memorable. The theme and setting of the film, with the help of the harshest prison environment, creates a strong cannibalistic conflict, so that the audience can quickly get the thrilling atmosphere of the film. It is also an excellent subject that attracts...
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    Movie quotes

    • [first lines]

      Goreng: [narrating] There are 3 kinds of people; the ones above, the ones below, and the ones who fall.

    • [repeated line]

      Trimagasi: Obviously.

    • Trimagasi: [after a body falls] On those high levels you can eat anything you want, but you don't have anything to wait for. Your mind runs wild.