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Cuando la pobreza y el hambre por la que pasa su familia le fuerzan a empeñar una valiosa reliquia, el estudiante de criminología Roderick Raskolnikov (Peter Lorre) decide robar y eassesinar a su mordaz prestamista (Mrs. Patrick Campbell). Seguro de que sus conocimientos sobre el mundo del crimen le protegerán, Raskolnikov se ofrece para ayudar en la investigación al inspector de policía Porfiry (Edward Arnorld). Sin embargo, su sentimiento de culpa y su orgullo le conducirán a la inteligente trampa de Porfiry.

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Raskolnikov, Un Estudiante Pobre, Asesina Y Roba A Una Vieja Avara Y Considera Que Su Crimen Está Justificado Porque La Considera Un Parásito De La Sociedad. Al Principio Consigue Eludir Las Sospechas De La Policía, Pero No El Tormento Que Le Causa Su Aislamiento Y Su Sentimiento De Culpa.


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas "Crime and Punishment" - Inspect this! 23 de septiembre de 2015
Por mtdlt - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This film version of Feodor Dostoievsky's classic novel "Crime and Punishment" was long overdue a DVD release. It used to be available on VHS. I remember there was a noticeable crackling noise throughout much of the VHS. The sound on the DVD is beautiful. It's been restored nicely. And the image is excellent. Bravo, Mill Creek Entertainment!

The plot: Roderick Raskolnikov (Peter Lorre) murders a disagreeable old pawnbroker in a fit of rage. He is fascinated by the angel faced prostitute Sonya (Marian Marsh). Inspector Porfiry (Edward Arnold) takes an interest in a published article Roderick has written about crime. He asks Roderick's help in solving the case of the murdered pawnbroker.

Filmed by Columbia Pictures on a low-budget, this updated adaptation is most enjoyable. For its 88 minute length, it does manage to be fairly faithful to the mammoth novel it's based upon. Lorre, Arnold, the incomparably beautiful Marsh, et al do well in their roles. Josef von Sternberg's film inspired me to read the novel. Delighted to have this superb DVD.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas As I imagined it when I read the book. 9 de junio de 2016
Por David Durbin - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
For me, reading a book before watching the movie version is usually a mistake because so much is missing in the film. In the case of "Crime and Punishment" however, I happened to discover this Peter Lorre film long after I had read the book. In my opinion, this film was very well done. The tension is almost tangible as the police detective amiably tightens the noose and Lorre gets increasingly agitated, punishing himself with both fear and guilt. It is quite faithful to the book. Fine addition to my classic film library.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas this may be the very best screen version of Crime and Punishment 27 de noviembre de 2015
Por Ron Foley Macdonald , . - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
An unlikely masterpiece, this may be the very best screen version of Crime and Punishment. Peter Lorre is magnificent.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 7 de diciembre de 2016
Por Greg S. - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Terrific old movie with good audio and video. Just love Peter lorre's performance
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Classic Depiction of A Great Novel 25 de diciembre de 2015
Por Dr. Hany - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
One of themost beautiful movies I have ever watched about this beautiful novel of Doestovsky. Peter Lorre acted greatly as he gracefully actec the role of a student who though he was bright yet he couldn't even have enough money to pay the rent. He was good and gentle at heart but he was confused and lacked faith in God, so he felt the terrible injustice of the hunchwoman who was the pawnbroker that used people's misery to gain a lot of money until the moment came when he felt justified in killing her. In the way, he was met with a nice young lady who looks really innocent more of an angel than a prostitute. Strangely, this lady regardless of her lifestyle, yet deep down she had strong faith in the Lord and in his mercy. One of the beautiful scenes that shows how beautiful innocent faith is like, is when this lady asks the student if he would her to read him the Story of the Raising of Lazarus from The Gospel. It shows how Her beauty and Innocence influences him to the extent that he decides to go and confess in order to save an innocent man who was going to be judged for the Crime that had committed. The movie captured the essence of what Dostoevsky meant in a way that is hard to be paralled. The final scene when Roderick Raskolnikoff and Sonia enter the the office of the Police superintendent together so that he could confess his crime we see a beautiful hidden smile on both faces as they look upward as if Roderick feelt for the first time a relief from the guilt that had plagued him all along and as if he us thanking the Lord for his newfound faith that led him to take responsbility for his actions for the first time in his life. We see Sonia also smiling innocently while looking upward as well as if to Thank the Lord for the Redemption of Roderick. What a great Classic of a movie for a great classic of a novel.


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