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Metroland [Edizione: Germania]

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  • Attori: Christian Bale, Elsa Zylberstein, Emily Watson, Rufus, Lee Ross
  • Regista: Philip Saville
  • Formato: Import
  • Audio: Tedesco (Dolby Digital 2.0), Inglese (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Lingua: Tedesco, Inglese
  • Sottotitoli: Tedesco
  • Regione: Regione 2 (Ulteriori informazioni su Formati DVD.)
  • Formato immagine: 1.66:1
  • Numero di dischi: 1
  • Durata: 97 minuti
  • Media recensioni: 3.0 su 5 stelle  Visualizza tutte le recensioni (1 recensione cliente)
  • ASIN: B000Q6ZJYK
  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 43.036 in Film e TV (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Film e TV)
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Di 1974 il 23 gennaio 2014
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
Non è un capolavoro, ma è un film carino. Consigliato soprattutto ai/alle fan di C. Bale. Peccato che non ci siano i sottotitoli e che l'audio sia solo in inglese.
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2 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Love this movie 19 luglio 2005
Di Lynet M - Pubblicato su
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It's one of my all time favorites. I love Christian Bale too. I have seen this movie many times and I still like watching it. I just wish I would have gotten it on DVD instead of VHS. DVD's last longer.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle I Think I Relate More To This Movie Now Than I Would Have Not Long Ago 30 aprile 2009
Di Dai-keag-ity - Pubblicato su
Formato: DVD
Based on Julian Barnes popular-under-the-radar novel, 1999's Metroland is an enjoyable, well-acted film that makes great use of its period and setting and finds depth in a plot that could easily have become trite. The scenes set in 1960's Paris were every bit as good as the ones in Greater London of the 1970's, and the questions which torment Christian Bale's character, Chris, are eternal ones that sooner or later confront anyone with even a small degree of insight into himself. Exploring as it does the decision most people eventually make to take the safe path in life versus the road less traveled---in Chris' case the staid day to day existence of working and coming home every evening to his wife and daughter in the London suburbs instead of pursuing the wild life represented by his visiting friend Toni---Metroland truly is a far better movie than it has a right to be and any description of what it is about can only fall short of the experience of seeing a cast with so much talent take on some of the eternal questions that go hand in hand with growing up and discovering who we are. Ultimately this rather quiet trip into one man's life at the point where his past, present and would-be future meet deserves a repeat viewing as there is so much going on within that never gets said in the direct sense and which rewards a viewer perspicacious enough to discern it. Metroland is not a great film but it's certainly a very good one with both Emily Watson and a pre-A-list Christian Bale delivering better performances than you'll see out of Hollywood. It's a film worth owning and worth taking off the shelf and watching now and again.
17 di 17 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle A Responsible Dream 13 maggio 2001
Di absent_minded_prof - Pubblicato su
Christian Bale stars in "Metroland" as Chris, the early-middle-aged British suburbanite who is suddenly forced to dredge up all his bohemian, idealistic questionings from his early twenties when his old poet-buddy Tony (played by Phillip Saville) shows up. Emily Watson must have sparked many a crush among male cinema-goers, as Chris' mildly stodgy, yet keenly intelligent and feisty wife. Maybe it's just because I'm at a time in life (33) when someone like her is highly attractive, but, well, I thought she was a total babe. But beyond my reaction to her personally, the movie in general has the feel of a real slice of life. This is a set of occurences that many people can relate to, things that strike a real chord.
A few reviewers have commented that this movie lacked a real climax. What did you expect, car chases? Huge explosions? Some kind of cosmic epiphany, perhaps? I think the essence of the charm of this movie can be summed up by Chris' wife's simple obsevation that Tony, the rootless wanderer, is jealous of Chris. Romance and wild times are fine for a couple years when you're young. "Young" in this sense being a socially constructed state, after all -- many people in the world expect to be married and having children, or are busily preparing for it, in their very early twenties, instead of being out drinking and cavorting with Parisian babes. Still, if you are bourgeois enough not to have felt internal forces driving you to get married immediately after high school, as people in many neighborhoods do, after all -- then this movie will speak to you. The point of this movie is that sooner or later, at SOME point, be it at 18 or 30, everyone grows up, and maybe that fact is something other than the zenith of heinousness. I like this movie.
By the way, for anyone out there who likes the basic story of this film, my favorite Julian Barnes book (he wrote the book this movie came from) is "The Porcupine." It's a much more political, different kind of story, but it's really provocative. It makes good use of Barnes' characteristic ear for dialog, and his deft characterizations. If you like Julian Barnes, you should find a copy of "The Porcupine."
"Metroland," at any rate, is positively worth scoping out. Two thumbs up.
16 di 16 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Fairly interesting look at the married life. 1 febbraio 2002
Di Brett Johnson - Pubblicato su
Formato: DVD
Some people assume that they will stay young and single forever. Sleeping around, partying, no familial responsibility...sounds pretty good right? "Metroland" takes a look at the life of Chris (Christian Bale). Chris is a married thirty-something living in a nice part of town and has a stable job. All seems content in his life. Then one day out of the blue, his old buddy Toni shows up. Toni tries to bring Chris back into his world of the single life filled with hot women, smoking pot and hanging out at parties. This causes Chris to take inventory of his current life and the decisions he has made. Some of this film is in flashback. It shows Chris as a 21 year old photographer in Paris, where he meets the carefree Annick (played wonderfully by Elsa Zylberstein). He eventually meets Marion (Emily Watson), who is another Brit like himself currently in France. She develops a very low-key bond with Chris and eventually they marry. Was it the right choice?
"Metroland" has a superb cast which plays their roles in just the right manner. Where this movie falters, however, is the mediocrity of the script. An introspective movie such as this should have much more powerful and memorable dialogue than it has. Hardly anything ever really comes out and grabs you. It just kinda rolls along and eventually reaches its conclusion. It could've been a great look at the choices we make and where it ends up placing us in life. As it is, however, it falls short of greatness...but it's still worth a look.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle States of mind.. 19 aprile 2000
Di I.M. - Pubblicato su
Formato: DVD
Barnes' quest in his novel does not necessarily revolve around "sexual boredom" as Marion puts it, or a trite middle-class, mid-life "self-crisis". It is a touching evaluation of a past, with its odds and ends, an appreciation of reminiscences that leads us to where we stand, where we exist and how we interact with others as well as ourselves. On the other hand, Saville's depiction appears rather judgemental. His view, unlike Barnes, polishes Chris' choice "to eat at the Ritz". We all feel, maybe sometimes desperately, the need to belong to someone, that warm intimacy, the comfort of loving safety. However, what Saville does not answer is the point that whether we have to be like Chris to admit this need, whether we constantly have to remember our "glorious"(!), youthful past to realize that life's slipping off our hands or whether being a "rolling stone" is always an alternative for the petite bourgeoisie attitude. But in overall, if you can keep yourself distant from Saville's perspective, the film is witty, entertaining & interestingly enjoyable. Maybe the only quote that really exceeds the novel's cynicism is that when Marion tells Chris "You're not that original". Watson is great as the "sterile" wife, always measured, very British. Zylberstein is purely awesome! . Do not expect the novel as it is, for it is deformed. But it's a sincere attempt to help us admit our simple needs like a cosy home, affection and even "settling down" no matter how "middle-class" they may appear to others.

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