Inside a vertical prison system, inmates are assigned to a level and forced to ration food from a platform that moves between the floors. Directed by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia, The Platform is a twisted social allegory about mankind at its darkest and hungriest.
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In a prison where inmates on high floors eat better than those below, who get the scant scraps, one man tries to effect change so everyone gets enough.
It’s like Netflix new about covid!
Releasing the circle just before major outbreaks .. now this where people have to ration food! Hahah oh my
Its good but the ending is terrible
i wonder why no one see over population problem as one of the reasons of the situation and solving it would a solution. If couples would have less than 2 children each, we would decrease resource consumption and after some time it would be enough food for everyone. Imagine there are only 10 people in the jail.
This is one of the best movie I've ever whatched with deep messages in it
Anybody else get that the government running this thing is socialist?
– The top floor, central power ("The administration"), allows specific people into the system either via bureaucracy or crime, and is the only source of production (food)
– The privileged (top floor) use the lack of accountability to abuse their position and get as much of the community fund as they can without regard to others' benefit.
– The entire system is designed to train people to hate those who have more and disregard those who have less
– Every month favoritism changes (like new socialist regimes)
– The administration never shares any information with the inmates, and the information they share with their own people is lies (like the actual number of floors)
– Joining the system can offer unmerited rewards (like academic accreditation in exchange for participation in a social experiment)
– No behavior encourages serving your fellow men, no opportunities for productivity exist, and no one can improve their station without the help of the central authority
Honestly, the only way in which The Hole isn't like a socialist system is that the people who are cooking the food seem to be doing a good job
Hello…from the floor 250 , come here, i like u
"You've got a good heart. I don't think you'll survive long".
This quote is the sad reality .
Imagine starting with LVL 200+ 🙄🔪🤷♀️
i didnt understand the ending or maybe the whole movie … wtf
Perché a me non spunta😭
Anyone know there was 333 floors so 666 inmates
looks like the lsd version of trickle down economics
The universal human codex.
Koran The Opening 1, Verse 7:
صِرَاطَ الَّذِينَ أَنْعَمْتَ عَلَيْهِمْ غَيْرِ الْمَغْضُوبِ عَلَيْهِمْ وَلَا الضَّالِّينَ
The path of those whom Thou hast favoured; Not the (path) of those who earn Thine anger nor of those who go astray.
There gonna be this THREE types of person and always ever be. Or this can be translated into society ranking etc. Depends on what situations we read it in.
🙂 HAPPY WATCHING.
You have a good heart. I don't think you'll survive long…
I seen this very gory
The best movie
after watching this movie, and wondering how the platform travels from level to level without chains or anything, i questioned alot of thing and came up with a theory. This prison is set in the Wizard World. House elves make the food and clean it up with magic, which also explains the floating platform. There's charms in each room to tell if youve stolen food and punish thosse who do. And it explains how people get teleported overnight to different rooms without waking up
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