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Passion, 1 Blu-ray, 101 minutes


Deux femmes se livrent à un jeu de manipulation pervers au sein d'une multinationale. Isabelle est fascinée par sa supérieure, Christine. Cette dernière profite de son ascendant sur Isabelle pour l'entraîner dans un jeu de séduction et de manipulation, de domination et de servitude...

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En cuanto a la película,estupenda,lo único que me hubiera gustado es que hubiera tenido subtítulos en inglés..por lo demás buena edición
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Por toni manen ruedas en 10 de noviembre de 2014
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Alguien puede decirme si el bluray de passion es multizona y se puede ver en España.Me refiero al de importacion USA.Gracias!!!!!
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A movie that keeps you guessing and stays one step ahead of you. Super entertaining and I highly recommend this. I say A- 16 de septiembre de 2013
Por Tony Heck - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray
"There's no backstabbing here, it's just business." Christine (McAdams) and Isabelle (Rapace) are ad executives who have friendly relationship. After coming up with a great ad idea for jeans Isabelle is sent to London to pitch it. When it becomes a hit and is picked up Christine takes the credit. This event begins a chain reaction of trying to one up the other that quickly spirals out of control. I have been watching as many movies as I can without seeing the trailer first, that way I have no preconceived expectations. That said knowing Noomi Rapace was in this and Brian De Palma directed this I was excited. I was not disappointed at all. De Palma is the master of the erotic thriller and he again proves why with this movie. The beginning is a little slow but you will be glad you stuck with it. Because I watch so many movies I am getting very good at predicting how a movie will play out. This is one that was consistently one step ahead of me and as soon as I thought I knew what was going on I was proved wrong. To me that is what makes a good movie, being surprised with how it will go keeps you watching and wondering. I am very surprised at how much I enjoyed this. I highly recommend this. I give it an A-.
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Terrible 23 de febrero de 2014
Por Willy D. Reviewer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
I like Brian DePalma's films -- but this is like something he made back in high school before he learned how to write and direct. Read all of the bad reviews -- they are dead on.

I would not even give this one star but I am forced to by Amazon or they will not let me write a review.

Do not buy this film, do not rent it, and if a friend is watching it get up and leave. You have better things to do with your life.
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LESSER REMAKE OF FRENCH MOVIE CRIME D'AMOUR -- link included below 6 de septiembre de 2013
Por MyD -- The Viewpoint - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray

I love both Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace in other films, but I feel perhaps they were not used correctly here. Most Americans viewing this film will assume it's an original work if they haven't seen the previous French movie Love Crime (Crime D'Amour). In fact, Passion is a very close copy of the superior French film staring Kristin Scott Thomas and Ludivine Sagnier.

McAdams doesn't have as much of the look of power and authority required for a manipulative business executive (too young) and Noomi Rapace struggles trying to be the young ingénue up and comer in the company. Actually, if they just switched rolls I think Noomi could have projected the authority and manipulation while Mcadams could be the supposedly naïve one. Where the French version builds the mystery within a mystery - piece by meticulous piece, the devices of suspense in this film come across trite and perfunctory by comparison. If you only watch the US version, you may find it a passable mystery at best unless you are a die hard De Palma fan. Additionally, I didn't find the chemistry between McAdams and Rapace that convincing and the movie as a whole just wasn't that sexy, particularly for the R rating and hype surrounding the film.

I would not call the French film a masterpiece, but it has great depth, meticulous construction of the crime, suspense, and believable sapphic infatuation. Ludivine Sagnier is far more sexy and believable as the naïve assistant that is initially manipulated in the affair.

PLOT: A rising female advertising exec uses the romantic infatuation of her bright young female assistant to manipulate her into giving ideas, which she steals to promote her own career, later humiliating the assistant when she has what she wants. The assistant is more than just a bright study with a penchant for powerful women. Needless to say, things take a dark turn for several of the characters involved. This is a little simplistic since both movies try to project more allegorical meanings while delving into deep emotional and psychological depths. However, I don't wish to give any spoilers so I will leave it at that. There are also plot divergences between the two movies as they deal with the later half of the film and I found the previous French version more satisfying in that respect as well.

De Palma fans will want to see this movie and may even appreciate it greatly. For other viewers it's probably a mixed bag.
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IT'S JUST BUSINESS, 6 de julio de 2013
Por The Movie Guy - Publicado en Amazon.com
The film focuses on the manipulative Christine (Rachel McAdams) who heads the London branch of an ad agency. She desires to get transferred to NY. She has no problem talking credit for Isabel's (Noomi Rapace) ideas. Dirk (Paul Anderson) completes the third side of this love triangle. Isabel attempts to fight back, but is no match for Christine. The back and forth smartly escalates until there is a murder. At this point the film moves from a straight forward film to a who-dun-it, did they really do it mess which caused me to lose interest and enjoyment.

Brian De Palma fans will see similarities to his other works, which I though superior. Decent acting and plot, but it wasn't my cup of tea.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, brief nudity (Noomi Rapace)
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PASSION Is Surprisingly Passionless 1 de noviembre de 2013
Por Edward L Zimmerman - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray
There are subtle truths associated to some Hollyweird productions that no one - certainly not the media - like to talk about: for example, there are some directors who clout both domestically and internationally is strong enough that an average picture gets an above-average critical endorsement. This assures both the studio, its creditors, and its stars that being part of an "Insert Critically-Favored Director's Name Here" automatically earns you `street cred' with the media establishment. Where this truth really comes into play is when said director releases a below-average picture - one that probably would end up being little more than a direct-to-DVD product much less granted a theatrical run - and everyone rushes to label it as acceptable, despite the fact that it may be bloated, forgettable, or entirely self-absorbed.

(NOTE: The following review will contain minor spoilers necessary solely for the discussion of plot and characters. If you're the kind of reader who prefers a review entirely spoiler-free, then I'd encourage you to skip down to the last three paragraphs for my final assessment. If, however, you're accepting of a few modest hints at `things to come,' then read on ...)

Isabelle James (played by current `it girl' Noomi Rapace) is a talented advertising designer. Unfortunately, she finds herself largely being wasted, used, and abused by her current boss, Christine Stanford (played by former `it girl' Rachel McAdams). Neither woman can deny a curious attraction between them, but when Isabelle decides to put her work as a viral sensation on the web Christine realizes she can no longer take credit for it. The two find themselves at odds, and, unless they can get their respective passions under control, it all might end up in murder!

It's occasionally difficult to say why a picture fails to work; this is especially the case when, at first glance, the film would seem to have all of the right ingredients. Talented stars. Hot-looking ladies. International setting. Desire. Lust. Betrayal. And sex! You name it, and methinks you can find something all audiences look for in a suspense film. Ultimately, PASSION may suffer from being an Americanized remake - the French long ago proved they were masters of the sensual thriller - so perhaps something ends up being lost in translation. I tend to think my disaffection for it stems from the fact that there wasn't a single likeable characters in there, but maybe I'm just an old fuddy duddy. Sure, it all looks quite swell, but I guess it's safe to say that when De Palma is off his game, everybody suffers ... including the audience.

Rapace's character is essentially enlisted to carry the weight of the picture; as such, my guess is that she's intended to be played up as the sympathetic victim. After all, this is one of staples of the sensual thriller - give the viewers someone they either identify with and/or root for. However, her Isabelle clearly is engaging in a whole host of inappropriate relationships - she's sleeping with Christine's lover behind her back, she's flirting with Christine every chance she gets, and she's stringing along one of her design assistants in yet a third potentially sexual relationship - so I found it increasingly difficult to `like' her character.

In contrast, it looked to me as if McAdam's Christine was deliberately being telegraphed to serve as the production's villain from the get-go. In her early scenes, she obviously manipulating everyone around her for her own personal gain and/or gratification. However, midway through the film, the script allows the audience to see her with her guard down - having disenfranchised her closest friends, she's now taken to dialing any number in her Little Black Book in order to find an immediate conquest to satisfy her somewhat twisted desires. I can't help but wonder if giving her that dimension was a mistake - are we know to sympathize with the central villain?

Maybe the intent here was to serve up a narrative twist - present two characters, establish their roles, and then make the audience do an about-face. If so, then why take such an uncalculated gamble? It becomes pretty clear early on that this is a tale of shifting allegiances; why subject the viewers to a visual tennis match of emotion for nearly two hours if you're not going to deliver upon the premise by offering some moral to the story? Was De Palma just doing what these women were doing and playing with our emotions?

Well, if that's the case, I've got better things to do with my time, Brian. You're all smoke and no mirrors.

PASSION (2012) is produced by SBS Productions, Integral Film, France 2 Cinema, Canal+, and whole host of other contributors (you can check out the complete list over at IMDB.com). DVD distribution is being handled by Entertainment One (aka E One). As for the technical specifications, please! This is a Brian De Palma film, so little expense was spared in bringing the best video and audio quality to work, and it shows. As for the special features? Well, there's a round robin of interviews with De Palma, McAdams, and Rapace, along with the theatrical trailer, but it's a surprisingly slim assortment for such a big production.

RECOMMENDED. Elegantly filmed but ultimately a bit empty, PASSION really only works on one level - visually. The rest of it? Well, it's surprisingly tame for something that sure looked like it was going to get all hot and bothered. McAdams and Rapace perform capably though I thought the former was a poor choice for a femme fatale here - perhaps they should've swapped roles? Come the end - the final scene dishes a big finish that might befuddle viewers even more - I still didn't much care for anyone in here; that loss of connection certainly didn't serve the picture well.

In the interests of fairness, I'm pleased to disclose that the fine folks at Entertainment One (aka E One) provided me with a DVD copy of PASSION by request for the expressed purposes of completing this review.

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