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Los ingleses le conocen como Faber, pero para su patria, es el leal y letal espía conocido como "La Aguja". En su camino de vuelta a Alemania donde tiene como misión informar personalmente a Hitler, el barco de Faber naufraga y llega a una isla desierta en un puesto fronterizo. Allí conocerá a Lucy, una bella inglesa que vive con su familia. Abandonada y despreciada por su amargado marido político, Lucy se enamora de este enigmático hombre sin saber que se trata de un traidor resuelto a evitar la invasión del Día D. Pero según aumenta la pasión, Lucy descubre la brutal realidad al mismo tiempo que el amor y la guerra se unen en un clímax de erotismo, adrenalina y terror que puede cambiar no sólo sus vidas para siempre, sino también las de todo el mundo.

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Londres, año 1940, durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Henry Faber vive en una casa de huéspedes en Highgate. Una noche, la dueña de la pensión, sube a la habitación de Faber y lo sorprende manejando un transmisor de radio, descubriendo así que es un espía nazi que pasa información a su país desde Inglaterra. (FILMAFFINITY)


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  • Directores: Richard Marquand
  • Formato: Color, DVD, PAL, Subtitulado
  • Audio: Italiano (Mono), Alemán (Mono), Inglés (Mono), Francés (Mono), Castellano (Mono)
  • Subtítulos: Castellano, Inglés, Francés, Alemán, Italiano, Holandés, Sueco, Danés, Noruego, Finlandés, Polaco, Portugués
  • Subtítulos para sordos: Inglés, Alemán
  • Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 1.85:1
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 13 años
  • Estudio: T.C.F.H.E. España, S.A.
  • Fecha de lanzamiento: 7 mar 2007
  • Duración: 108 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B0055KM5FS
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El producto llego en el tiempo establecido y en buenas condiciones. La película es de una buena productora y por tanto la calidad de reproducción de nivel adecuado.
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Una gran pelicula un clàsico con mucha intriga, hasta el último minuto Donald Southerland un gran actor, una obra de arte un guion de pelicula espectacular
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Forgotten Fictional WWII Classic based on Ken Follett's Novel 17 de mayo de 2016
Por A Time Traveler - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I'm not sure how this happens to so many excellent, intriguing and complex films such as "Eye of the Needle," but it does. Much like "The Eagle Has Landed," and "Bear Island" (both also star Sutherland!) this too was a fictional event/operation based around a fascinating "what if" scenario related to WWII. The plot of the film centers around German operative Heinrich Faber, who is working a respectful dock job quietly by day and signalling intel to his contacts by night.
By chance and a little sloppiness, Faber's cover is blown, but not without consequence... hence why Faber was given the nickname "The Needle" by British intelligence. Sutherland turns-in one of his best performances as the cold, focused German secret operative. Most of the film is a suspenseful cat and mouse pursuit of Faber. With Scotland Yard close is on his heels, Faber relentlessly kills his way to the coast where a U-Boat eagerly awaits his arrival.
Faber's escape is of the utmost importance to the Wehrmacht on the eve of the Allied invasion of the European mainland. Faber carries the most important intel he has ever gathered: film serving as evidence of a possible Allied diversion. That's all I'll say about that plot point, as it was an extremely welcome surprise to see it, so you too should enjoy it without a spoiler.
En route to his destination, Faber is delayed, but finds refuge with a family of three on remote Storm Island, Scotland. They have their suspicions of Faber, who is exhausted near death when he reaches them and is not his usual sharp self. Sutherland's Faber is a remarkably well-written character, flawed in many ways and his ability to manipulate the husband and wife hosting him is interesting to watch. In one instance, he is fully successful -- the other, not so much. Through it all, Faber never breaks character in killing anyone standing between he and his destination offshore.
"Eye of the Needle" is a terrific film based on an equally well-written novel by Ken Follett. It never ceases to twist and turn its way through numerous unexpected surprises and I can completely understand while so many have reviewed the film as highly as they have. What I do not understand is how films like this become "forgotten?" Oh well. If you find this film, definitely purchase it, as it is a diamond in the rough.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Sutherland at his best! 13 de mayo de 2015
Por Jeanne B. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is a really nice film set during the early years of World War II.

Donald Sutherland is so good in this role as a German spy in England. He is at once amiable and creepy. When he takes out his switchblade to stab someone, you are not sure if he enjoys killing or if he thinks of it as a necessary because of the circumstances at that moment. He walks that fine line -- although his character certainly turns out to be very dedicated to his mission.

Kate Nelligan does a fine job as the long-suffering wife of a former soldier who is paralyzed from the waist down due to an auto accident on the way to their honeymoon. She married for better or worse and accepts her role -- even if her husband spends his time feeling sorry for himself. The setting of the meat of the story -- after Sutherland has discovered Allied deception which he needs to transmit to Germany -- takes place on an isolated island during a bad storm where the boat Sutherland stole crashes onto the island's beach.

The cinematography, set design, and lighting really give one a feeling of isolation on the island.

The climax of the film is outstanding. It puts one on the edge of one's seat. The viewer pulls for Nelligan's character but has also come to like Sutherland's character as well. He wants to radio his info and escape on a German submarine. Nelligan must stop him, even though she has fallen in love with him. They battle each other -- literally.

Who wins? Watch the movie and find out.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of My Favorites 4 de junio de 2014
Por Lee Armstrong - Publicado en Amazon.com
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"Eye of the Needle" captured my attention when I first saw it in theatres and has remained a favorite. When I put in my antique video cassette only to find it had bitten the dust, I had to get a DVD. Despite his stellar performance in Redford's "Ordinary People" a year before, it was this film that made me a fan of Donald Sutherland. His acting is so subtle which is perhaps the reason he has amazingly never received an Oscar nomination, despite an incredible volume of work in his career. In my book, he is one of the most under-rated actors in Hollywood. As German spy Faber, code named "The Needle," Sutherland flashes a disarming smile, much like a butcher who pets the animal before slaughter. One wonders at his isolation. In the moments when he reveals that "all parents do not love their children; some parents use their children," we get a glimpse of a past that might explain his drive in the solitary life of espionage to fight for Nazi Germany. Kate Nelligan, who was nominated for a supporting Oscar for "Prince of Tides," turns in an entrancing performance as Lucy, a woman trapped in a marriage that brings her no joy. Christopher Cazenove plays husband Dave who is disabled in a car accident and bitterly is unable to adjust to life. Alan Hume's cinematography makes the most of the broad Irish coast of remote Storm Island and is particularly good in the many close-quarters shots such as on the train, in the lighthouse and on the boat. The gritty action of this film had me on pins and needles, despite having seen it many times in the past. This is one of my favorites. Enjoy!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Lady Chatterly's Lover Is A Nazi Spy 28 de julio de 2015
Por Mark D. Burgh - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This thriller is good premise. Lady Chatterly's lover is a Nazi Spy. Shot with workmanlike determination, the film has more the look of a TV movie than anything else. Ian Bannen as the dogged copper feels a little wrong; maybe I'm used Michael Kitchen in that British Series. Donald Sutherland, as usual transcends the thriller material, making a serial killer Nazi spy sympathetic. I almost can't help rooting for him. Kate Nelligan, an actress too-seldom seen, is wonderful as the sexually frustrated wife of a bitter pilot put into a wheelchair by a car wreck. Once she and the Needle start to get it on, the film gets better and better. However, like many films about WWII and secret Nazi plots (The Eagle as Landed, Where Eagles Dare) this one gets by on the fond memories of aging children of the 1970's than actual merits. The book, dare I say it, is actually better.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Eye of the NEEDLE - Outstanding WWII Spy Movie Thriller and Ken Follet Book 24 de octubre de 2015
Por Mr Goalie - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Based upon a Marvelous Book by Ken Follet - "Eye of the Needle" Is A True 5 STAR Thriller - as Cool & Calculating as the Spy he portrays - Die Nadel - Donald Sutherland was BRILLIANT! And Kate Nelligan, sultry, honest, needy AND HEROIC, gives an Academy Award Performance! The plot has historic details while pulling you rapidly and unexpectedly to the CHASE between Die Nadel and the British WWII MI6! The success or failure of D-Day is at Stake! Fascinating, very well written, solid plot twists, great Direction and Cinematography! Heart Racing in a Subtle But Brutal Manner! Highly Recommended Movie and also an Awesome Ken Follet Book!!


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