Lezioni di persiano (film di Vadim Perelman del 2020)

LEZIONI DI PERSIANO è un film del 2020 diretto da Vadim Perelman ed ispirato al racconto ERFIUDUNG EINER SPRACHE di Wolfgang Kohlhaase.

Siamo in piena Seconda Guerra Mondiale, nella Francia occupata dai nazisti. Gilles, ebreo di nazionalità belga, viene arrestato dalle SS e trasportato in un camion per essere deportato insieme ad altri ebrei. Qui effettua uno strano scambio: il suo panino con un libro scritto in lingua persiana che egli misconosce. Ma dopo un po’ vengono sterminati tutti tranne proprio Gilles che finge di essere persiano e per un caso fortunato viene portato da Klaus Koch, ufficiale delle SS, che aveva espressamente richiesto un prigioniero di lingua persiana. A questi si presenta col nome di Reza Joon e, sfruttando la conoscenza di 2 sole parole in quella lingua, riesce a convincerlo. Klaus col passare del tempo, lo prende sotto la sua egida facendolo lavorare nelle cucine con la promessa di insegnargli la lingua persiana, che l’ufficiale vuole imparare perché desideroso di aprire un ristorante a Teheran, in Iran, una volta terminata la guerra. Gilles dovrà imparare vocali che lui stesso inventerà per insegnare a Klaus, e nel frattempo attira a sé le gelosie dei sottoposti ad esso. Tutto sembra procedere per il meglio anche se, dopo un errore che per poco non gli costa la vita, Gilles riesce a riconquistare la fiducia di Klaus. Dopo l’invasione degli alleati l’ufficiale nazista salva la vita a Gilles che poi racconterà come prezioso testimone ciò che è accaduto nel campo di prigionia. Klaus Koch andrà a Teheran ma, non conoscendo realmente il persiano, viene arrestato perché considerato sospetto.

Un film che narra una storia dentro una grande storia, quella del secondo conflitto mondiale e della Shoah, che tanto dolore ha causato nel secolo scorso, LEZIONI DI PERSIANO ci fa capire quanto grande sia la forza d’animo che ci spinge ad escogitare idee preziose che possono salvare la vita. Il protagonista Nahuel Perez Biscayart in questo è stato magistrale.

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