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This is, in many people's opinion, the finest performance by Sean Connery and I'm inclined to agree. A very powerful film which you rarely see on tv. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Malcolm
As with any A list star, Connery has had his off moments; this most certainly was not one of them. As a multiple James Bond by 1965, he undoubtedly headed the cast, but you've also... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mike Watkinson
I am at a loss to understand why this excellent example of the British film industry, cannot be supplied at a "sensible" price !!?.Published on 8 Jun. 2012 by PJJ
Prompt dispatch of DVD and excellent packaging.
No complaints - Happy Customer!
And, of course, the film is superb!
The Hill, a British classic yet not on UK Dvd, how long must we wait?Published on 25 Nov. 2009 by Pune
'The Hill' is a thirsty drama set at a prison-camp for allied troops in WW2 North Africa.
It's where all the dregs end up: the tea-leafs, the insubordinates, the... Read more
THERE'S NO MUSICAL SCORE,WHATSOEVER,IT'S IN BLACK AND WHITE,AND SEAN CONNERY,STILL HAS MORE HAIR ON HIS HEAD,THAN ON HIS CHEST,BUT WHAT A QUITE BRILLIANT FILM! Read morePublished on 13 May 2009 by Mr. M. Ashburn
A very under-rated film which, due in part to the racism is these days not shown on British TV. Excellent performances all round this is one of Connery's best films.Published on 4 May 2009 by JB
The Hill probably represents the finest work of one of the lesser known but none the less great collaborative actor/director teams, that of Sean Connery and Sidney Lumet. Read morePublished on 1 May 2009 by G. EC Rawlins