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Lantana

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  • Attori: Anthony LaPaglia, Geoffrey Rush, Barbara Hershey, Kerry Armstrong, Rachel Blake
  • Regista: Ray Lawrence
  • Formato: DVD, PAL, Schermo panoramico
  • Audio: Italiano (Dolby Digital 2.0), Inglese (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Lingua: Italiano, Inglese
  • Sottotitoli: Italiano
  • Regione: Tutte le regioni
  • Formato immagine: 16:9
  • Numero di dischi: 1
  • Studio: CG ENTERTAINMENT SRL
  • Data versione DVD: 12 dic. 2005
  • Durata: 120 minuti
  • Media recensioni: 3.0 su 5 stelle  Visualizza tutte le recensioni (1 recensione cliente)
  • ASIN: B0041KWQM0
  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 20.793 in Film e TV (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Film e TV)
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Descrizione prodotto

Una donna scompare.Il detective Leon Zat indaga.Ben Presto si trova coinvolto in un universo di rapporti umani.L'indagine prosegue trascinando quattro matrimoni in un turbine fatto di amore,inganno,sesso e morte.Non tutti sopravviveranno...

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Una donna scompare. Incaricato di risolvere il mistero legato alla scomparsa della donna, il detective Leon Zat si muove in un variegato universo di rapporti umani. Mano a mano che l'indagine prosegue, quattro famiglie, quattro matrimoni vengono trascinati in un gorgo fatto di amore, inganno, sesso e morte.

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Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
Un quasi thriller psicologico, che intreccia le storie di alcune persone, ma scava solo superficialmente nella personalità dei protagonisti. Una coppia distrutta dalla perdita di una figlia in tenera età. Un'altra coppia sterilizzata dalla monotonia del loro
tran tran quoitidiano tutto casa, lavoro e famiglia, con l'unica eccezione della scuola di ballo, nella quale il marito, poliziotto
inibito, non trova di meglio che farsi l'amante.Un altra coppia già sfasciata, dove lei è alla ricerca di un uomo che la ecciti
sessualmente, cosa che non riesce più al marito.Un ultima coppia, apparentemente la più fragile, dove lei si ammazza di
lavoro, perchè il marito è disoccupato ed è ridotto a fare il baby sitter, che invece si rivela la più forte di tutte, legata da forti
sentimenti affettivi e una granitica fiducia reciproca. Il tutto ruota intorno alla sparizione di una psicologa, che direttamente
o indirettamente viene in contatto con i protagonisti del film. Ottime intenzioni, ma scarsi risultati.
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Amazon.com: 4.3 su 5 stelle 108 recensioni
6 di 6 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Thorns in the Garden 13 luglio 2008
Di F. S. L'hoir - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
When I first saw this taut moody thriller, I found it absorbing, but I simply could not identify with the characters (which are, nevertheless, portrayed by an excellent ensemble cast). Why, I thought, doesn't an otherwise intelligent woman--a psychiatrist yet--who has wrecked her car, and has walked several kilometers down a dark lonely road to a pay-phone, call 911 (or its Australian equivalent)? And I found Anthony Lapaglia simply unappealing. That was then.

I have since watched the film several more times. As for my first complaint, I have come to understand the onslaught of hysteria in the physician who is in need of healing herself. As for Anthony Lapaglia, I have gotten used to him (The traditional handsome Hollywood hero he isn't!) and have come to admire him in the television show, "Without A Trace." Therefore I have cast aside my initial prejudice and now fully appreciate what an accomplished actor he is in "Lantana." Lapaglia is an excellent foil for Geoffrey Rush, who turns in a moving performance as the twice-bereaved Professor of Law.

The director presents a series of relationships that are as thorny and thick as the lantana hedges--which seem alive with shrilling cicadas--that run riot along the Sidney roadsides. He also subtly misdirects the attention of the audience, which may think it has cleverly intuited the solution to the mystery, but gradually realizes that it has been skillfully guided through the tangled Lantana maze and sent down the wrong garden path altogether.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Intelligent, Ingenious, Compelling. 11 aprile 2003
Di Mr. N. Carnegie - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
Australian Director Ray Lawrence�s second movie and his first for 17 years is an articulate, intelligent and totally compelling examination of human relationships, as well as a thought provoking thriller. Award winning and critically acclaimed, this is the type of movie that Oscar should be honouring, instead of the commercial Hollywood formulaic mediocrity the Academy often seems to prefer.
Lantana opens with camera panning down through a tangle of shrubs to reveal the dead body of a woman, stockings ripped and one shoe missing. Immediately drawn to this image we are led to wonder who the dead woman is and to wonder how she died and who killed her but rather than this being merely a thriller it is also a highly intelligent and very rewarding examination of troubled marriage. The title �Lantana� perhaps doesn�t translate well to most countries outside of Australia. It is never explained during the movie, which is a bit of a shame, because Lantana (the name of the tropical shrub which surrounds the deceased) is used as a metaphor for the web of tangled relationships portrayed throughout this film.
At the centre of the plot is Leon Zat (Anthony LaPaglia), a burnt-out forty something Sydney police detective. Over-weight and troubled by chest pains, he is conducting an affair with a woman by the name of Jane O�May (Rachael Blake), who is separated from her husband. Meanwhile, unbeknown to Leon, his unhappy wife, Sonja (Kerry Armstrong) is seeing a therapist, Valerie (Barbara Hershey) about their troubled marriage. However, Valerie�s own marriage is also in crisis: Following the death of her 11-year-old daughter her husband (Geoffrey Rush) no longer engages in sexual relations and appears to deliberately avoid spending time with her, whilst often �working late at the office�. Leading Valerie to suspect her husband of a homosexual affair with one of her clients, Michael, who appears to be baiting her.
A third couple are also central to the plot and become embroiled in the tangled web; unemployed Nik (Vince Colosimo) and his wife (Keira Wingate) live with their kids next door to Leon�s mistress, Jane. Nik is friendly with Jane�s estranged husband, Pete (Glen Robbins) but overlooks Jane�s �affair�, on the advice of his wife, when he spots Leon leaving his mates house. Meanwhile two other relationships between gay Michael and his married lover and Leon�s police partner and a mystery stranger also play out in this beautifully judged, thoughtful and well-written movie, adapted by Andrew Bovell from his original stage play, Speaking in Tongues.
Not only is �Lantana� well-written and well-directed but it has depth. At its core are the central themes of trust, grief, fidelity, betrayal and redemption. Anthony LaPaglia (The Client, So I Married An Axe Murderer), Geoffrey Rush, Barbara Hershey and Kerry Armstrong all give great performances, subtly conveying a broad range of emotions throughout the course of the movie. In particular, LaPaglia, an Australian perhaps best known for his TV appearances (Murder One, Frasier, Without A Trace) and whom I previously assumed was Italian-American, is superb as Leon and it is his uncompromising performance that is at the core of this excellent film.
Ray Lawrence, an Aussie TV commercials director must take enormous credit too for the pace and balance of the movie, as well as the performances, which are all pitch-perfect. Lantana is at once a psychological thriller/drama, an essay in love, and an intelligent examination of human relationships, marriage and fidelity. After making this little gem of a movie, let�s just hope that Ray Lawrence doesn�t wait another 17 years before making his next one.
Totally compelling, Lantana kept me hooked throughout every moment of its two-hour minute running time. If you're open minded and looking for something intelligent, this absorbing and superbly acted Australian drama that shouldn�t be missed.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Intelligent, Ingenious, Compelling. 11 aprile 2003
Di Mr. N. Carnegie - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
Australian Director Ray Lawrence’s second movie and his first for 17 years is an articulate, intelligent and totally compelling examination of human relationships, as well as a thought provoking thriller. Award winning and critically acclaimed, this is the type of movie that Oscar should be honouring, instead of the commercial Hollywood formulaic mediocrity the Academy often seems to prefer.
Lantana opens with camera panning down through a tangle of shrubs to reveal the dead body of a woman, stockings ripped and one shoe missing. Immediately drawn to this image we are led to wonder who the dead woman is and to wonder how she died and who killed her but rather than this being merely a thriller it is also a highly intelligent and very rewarding examination of troubled marriage. The title ‘Lantana’ perhaps doesn’t translate well to most countries outside of Australia. It is never explained during the movie, which is a bit of a shame, because Lantana (the name of the tropical shrub which surrounds the deceased) is used as a metaphor for the web of tangled relationships portrayed throughout this film.
At the centre of the plot is Leon Zat (Anthony LaPaglia), a burnt-out forty something Sydney police detective. Over-weight and troubled by chest pains, he is conducting an affair with a woman by the name of Jane O’May (Rachael Blake), who is separated from her husband. Meanwhile, unbeknown to Leon, his unhappy wife, Sonja (Kerry Armstrong) is seeing a therapist, Valerie (Barbara Hershey) about their troubled marriage. However, Valerie’s own marriage is also in crisis: Following the death of her 11-year-old daughter her husband (Geoffrey Rush) no longer engages in sexual relations and appears to deliberately avoid spending time with her, whilst often “working late at the office”. Leading Valerie to suspect her husband of a homosexual affair with one of her clients, Michael, who appears to be baiting her.
A third couple are also central to the plot and become embroiled in the tangled web; unemployed Nik (Vince Colosimo) and his wife (Keira Wingate) live with their kids next door to Leon’s mistress, Jane. Nik is friendly with Jane’s estranged husband, Pete (Glen Robbins) but overlooks Jane’s ‘affair’, on the advice of his wife, when he spots Leon leaving his mates house. Meanwhile two other relationships between gay Michael and his married lover and Leon’s police partner and a mystery stranger also play out in this beautifully judged, thoughtful and well-written movie, adapted by Andrew Bovell from his original stage play, Speaking in Tongues.
Not only is ‘Lantana’ well-written and well-directed but it has depth. At its core are the central themes of trust, grief, fidelity, betrayal and redemption. Anthony LaPaglia (The Client, So I Married An Axe Murderer), Geoffrey Rush, Barbara Hershey and Kerry Armstrong all give great performances, subtly conveying a broad range of emotions throughout the course of the movie. In particular, LaPaglia, an Australian perhaps best known for his TV appearances (Murder One, Frasier, Without A Trace) and whom I previously assumed was Italian-American, is superb as Leon and it is his uncompromising performance that is at the core of this excellent film.
Ray Lawrence, an Aussie TV commercials director must take enormous credit too for the pace and balance of the movie, as well as the performances, which are all pitch-perfect. Lantana is at once a psychological thriller/drama, an essay in love, and an intelligent examination of human relationships, marriage and fidelity. After making this little gem of a movie, let’s just hope that Ray Lawrence doesn’t wait another 17 years before making his next one.
Totally compelling, Lantana kept me hooked throughout every moment of its two-hour minute running time. If you're open minded and looking for something intelligent, this absorbing and superbly acted Australian drama that shouldn’t be missed.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A MUST-WATCH GEM 25 giugno 2003
Di Nearly Nubile - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
I'll start with the name. Lantana is an aggressive weed shrub that grows in Australia and its prickly vines smother any other bushes around it. It looks beautiful from the outside (as shown in the opening shots of the movie) but is noxious under its dense cover. What a fitting metaphor for almost every character in the movie, people who seem deceptively normal on the surface but have troubling nuances behind their everyday facades.
Veering around the emotional crossroads of a mid-age cop (Anthonly Lapaglia) and his confusions over a minor infidelity with a woman in his Salsa class, the movie covers the intertwined lives of a few couples. Amidst this very realistic chronicle of relationships in our modern condition, a woman is murdered (or is she?). We are led into the mystery as subtly as we are led out of it.
This richly layered narrative feels of a texture akin to "The Insider" and is carried almost entirely by the super smooth direction. Supported almost perfectly by Kelley's haunting soundtrack (e.g., the guitar chords on "Whats happening to us" or the stirring "Te Busco" by Celia Cruz).
If you don't mind a mildly fairy-tale denouement where several circles fit snugly into several squares, this is a wholesome treat you should definitely try to watch if you can.
7 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle The Perfect Movie 1 gennaio 2005
Di J. J. Wells - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
Lantana unravels on screen much as a great novel unfolds on the page. Short scenes tied together by superior acting, tremendous writing and the perfect score make for an edge-of-your-seat, adult thriller that confounds and amazes.

This movie takes nothing for granted. There are no wasted characters, scenes, lines or afterthoughts. It is precise, economical and complimentary to those who enjoy not having their intelligence insulted by their movies.

Lantana introduces us to a finite universe where each character is either directly or indirectly related to each other, to tragedy, heartache and hope renewed. It is a shared secret amongst a community of shrouded truths.

I encourage you to not only watch this movie; but to study it as well. It is what all movies should be - masterful storytelling. I've given away nothing of the plot to ruin the experience for you. However, if you chose to devote two hours of your life, do so expecting amazement. But be sure to keep your five senses alert. This movie leaves no part of you untouched.


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