(jp) wrote: Sorry for the translation is mechanical. There are people who for power are capable of anything. Richard III is certainly one of them. The surprising and wonderful is the idea of a Richard III to everyone. In this, Al Pacino is a genius, lover and expert in Shakespearean theater, was asked how to bring ordinary people to this author. Maybe hate him, he said, because it is not easy to understand. So the idea. Theatre in cinema, cinema meant just as real time production of the film and everything that precedes and follows. Debates, movements, prosody, shots, vision and opinion on the scenes and so on. In addition, and this is the great magic in my opinion, there has transmitted live, the construction of many different moods of the characters; the time of their rise and the continuing metamorphosis, such as power and ambition, the result of deception and machinations to achieve it, the treachery, fraud and falsehood, love and flattery, fear, darkness in which the human mind falls prey to terror, in short, the ingredients for a great drama that arises from historical fact. The war between opposing groups: The Lancaster and York (War of the Roses); A film in which distrust steals the show, all wary of all, therefore there is no break stage. Beautiful than the Death of Richard III in his two roles, "secular and theatrical," is a liberating "is finally finished." But who is Richard III. Richard III is a misanthrope, represents evil in its most gloomy and dark, spiritual. His best weapon is the word, and that can achieve all its aims. Lady Anne also savors the blade end of his tongue. In monologues, then, you can find such a microscope, the particles of its dark wood stretched across the conquest and retention of power. In this sense, Shakespeare by information policies on "good governance". Richard is the exact opposite of Hamlet. Certainly does not lack determination. Students who attend drama schools may, with Richard III, hear from actors such as (Derek Jacobi, Vanessa Redgrave, Kenneth Branagh, John Gielgud, James Earl and Kevin Kline) how to put himself in front of the English playwright, and thus increase their knowledge. Even the ordinary people, street people interviewed, expressed more or less the empathic experience. To the aforementioned actors, are flanked overtime: Kevin Spacey, Alec Baldwin, Aidan Quinn, Winona Ryder who plays Anne Neville. The extraordinary performance of Al Pacino found in deposits Giancarlo Giannini, Italy, the perfect voice. It 'a continuous travel between London and New York, there are no pauses, the pace is relentless. A modern Richard III would have said: "My kingdom for a plane." Good Ciak!
(fr) wrote: I absolutely LOVE this movie, brings back so many memories. This movie is definitely more for kids, or if you're like me (in their late 20s) and watch it for nostalgic reasons. Don't let the negative comments from here be the reason you don't watch this film...most of them are elitist snobs that think Star Wars should be the only films in existence and nothing more. :::eye roll:::
(nl) wrote: This movis is set in a soon-to-be-post-apocalyptic, nuclear cold-war era UK, with an improbable yet highly original scientific twist (climate change) that is clearly relevant in today's context. The story is told from people working in a newspaper's point of view, so you also get some "insider view" on the media. The rhythm is fast, the acting is strong, and the dialogue has film noir elements with a distinct touch of British humor. The ending is awesome.