Hell, which means ‘bright’ in German, is a German-Swiss co-production, produced by Roland Emmerich, that tells a tale of near future Earth where humans have to fight for survival after an epic rise in global temperature. Hell‘s dusty, arid climate is traversed by a group of young survivors, whose ultimate aim is to get to the higher ground of the Swiss Alps. On the way they have to overcome various obstacles provided by nature, the terrain or by something more familiar.
Don’t you just love it when you make the right choice on Netflix? It’s one of life’s little victories. I had no idea this movie even existed, which may go some stretch in explaining why I enjoyed it so much. My expectations were non-existent, but that’s definitely not the only reason why it was a hit for me.
Hell has some of the most beautiful cinematography I…
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