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Jude [Francia] [DVD]

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Jude, 1 DVD

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  • Actores: Christopher Eccleston, Kate Winslet, Liam Cunningham, Rachel Griffiths, June Whitfield
  • Directores: Christopher Eccleston, Kate Winslet, Liam Cunningham, Rachel Griffiths, June Whitfield
  • Formato: Importación
  • Audio: Francés, Inglés
  • Subtítulos: Francés
  • Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 2.35:1
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación FSK: Desconocido. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
  • Estudio: Seven7 Editions
  • Duración: 123 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 2.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
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Aunque al destinatario de la pelicula le encantó la misma, a mi no me gustó nada que la película llegara suelta dentro de la caja del dvd y mucho menos que no estubiera plastificada, ya que en el anuncio yo no leí en ninguna parte que estubiera comprando el artículo de segunda mano.
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el producto venía embalado correctamente y nuevo nuevo. Sin embargo, pensé que el subtitulado en inglés estaba incluido. Culpa mia.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Jude the Obscure - English Novel Brought to Life 8 de mayo de 2000
Por Un cliente - Publicado en
Formato: Cinta VHS Compra verificada
In this 1996 adaptation of Thomas Hardy's novel, Jude the Obscure, a sad, archetypal story plays itself out across the rainy English landscape, helped along by brilliant acting and directing alike.
Though the film is admittedly incredibly bleak, and the ending sad beyond words, it is all-told a brilliant, classic film.
After a short opening sequence introducing us to the young Jude, the viewer is quickly drawn into the parameters of Jude's adult world. Almost at once, we begin to feel his pain, his longing, his hope, and his persistence. We understand well what is driving him in his journey through life. This is a novel brought to life, a story in motion.
As a die-hard fan of Kate Winslet, I have to say that this film one of my Winslet favorites. In my view, 1997's blockbuster Titanic was not only a success as a box office triumph or well-loved film in its own right, but also because it opened the world's eyes to the talent of this young British actress, whose consistently fine performances and willingness to break through barriers as an actress have brought the world great joy on the silver screen, and will surely continue to do so well into the new millenium. In Jude, Winslet is charismatic and beautiful (as usual), and plays Sue Brideheard to a tee. Introduced to her in a small, well-loved photograph, we soon come to understand what Jude sees in her. Her beauty, her intelligence, her promise of a better life. Her laughter still echoes in my head, like the flashbacks in the film. She is youth, she is carefree, she is unattainable, she is a vision, a memory, love.
Eccleston is perfect for the role of the ever-yearning Jude, his face a landscape of green hills, rain, cobblestone streets and stone carvings, and green hills yet again. There are shadows in his eyes, in his face. The depth of his feelings is well-conveyed. His tall frame is so strong and able in one way, so thin and aching in another. We walk with him, cry with him, and love him as we must love ourselves when fate comes crashing down upon us.
P.S. This was my introduction to British actress Rachel Griffiths, who went on to star in Hilary and Jackie, and is currently starring in Me, Myself, and I. Although her role is smaller than Eccleston's and Winslet's, and her character perhaps less likable, she also does a fine job.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Depressing yet beautiful 26 de abril de 2000
Por lost_in_space82 - Publicado en
Formato: Cinta VHS Compra verificada
As with most Kate Winslet films, this isn't for everyone. Kate Winslet delivers one of her best performances and proves that she's an actress willing to take risks. Brilliantly acted, wonderfully directed, Jude (although it is tough to watch) is a brilliant film worthy of your attention.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Superb Acting Though a Grim Tale 26 de diciembre de 2001
Por M. James - Publicado en
Formato: Cinta VHS
Those familiar with the bittersweet, obsessive, compulsive aspect of Thomas Hardy's so-called romantic novels will instantly know that this film is not apt to leave one with a warm fuzzy feeling by the last reel. Certainly it is not recommended that one read the novel, Jude the Obscure, before viewing. How many films have failed to live up to the expectations of the literary adaptation? Why would this be any different? Jude is a man of humble birth who strives to rise above his allotment in life. Rather than approaching the subject as a modern fairy tale where dreams do come true, the standard treatment in cinema, there is a grim realism which reflects the destructive nature of impractical and unnatural compulsions. Jude attempts to fly in the face of social convention in a headlong flight of self-destruction which at times has the horrific fascination of a slow motion train wreck, one is disturbed by the sight but unable to turn away. I knew nothing of this film save that the title characters were played by the extremely talented pair, Kate Winslet and Christopher Eccleston. That was sufficient enticement for me and as always I was not disappointed by the performances. Despite the current trend to degrade the "Masterpiece Theatre" production style actors and directors of immense talent breath life into even the dullest works. Dull this film isn't but grim it certainly is. Only a brave director would tackle this kind of project. How much easier it would have been to soften the hard edge to make the viewing more palatable. There is much to be gleaned from witnessing in all its ugliness the past stigmatization of relationships we now accept as commonplace. If one comes away from this film with nothing more than an inkling of gratitude or awe for the sacrifice of those who attempted to effect social change then this film is worth the viewing.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas the best film of 1996 18 de noviembre de 1998
Por Un cliente - Publicado en
Formato: Cinta VHS
It was a great year for movies. 'The English Patient.' 'The Whole Wide World.' 'Breaking the Waves.' So many great ones. This was the greatest. I will never forget the night I saw it at the Lincoln Theater - the most beautiful and, I believe, oldest theater in Wyoming. I left the theater shaken by the haunting and lonely shriek of the final violins. I stood on the street corner in the falling snow and noticed how the streetlamps throughout town gave the city an orange glow, like it were on fire from within.
There is, perhaps, no character in literature or film that I identify with more than with Jude Fawley. His story is a heartbreaking one, as is that of Sue. I don't know that I've ever seen a more wrenching film. And so eloquently done. Winslet and Eccleston both defined these characters - if ever there is another adaptation of the Hardy novel, the performances will be judged against these. The score was as dark and glorious as any score I've ever heard, comparable in its painful beauty to Trevor Jones and Randy Edelman's work on 'The Last of the Mohicans' and to James Horner's main theme from 'Legends of the Fall.' Michael Winterbottom and Hossein Amini could not have done better at paring down the novel to its tortured heart. It's almost as if the novel communicates even more clearly what Hardy nailed in his prose. The cinematography - I have never felt so cold watching a film as I do every time I watch the first spare, stark minutes. I was destroyed when this was snubbed in every Oscar category, as it was and is a far better film than 'Fargo' and others. But it is in good company in being overlooked for the awards it deserved - 'Legends of the Fall,' 'A River Runs Through It,' 'JFK,' 'Little Women' - all films deserving of sweeping the Oscars, all having failed to do so.
The movie is not an easy one to watch, but there are few films as important and timely as this one.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A passionate, lively interpretation of a depressing tale 12 de diciembre de 2002
Por Un cliente - Publicado en
Formato: DVD
Michael Winterbottom's Jude tells the tale of an impoverished British youth (Christopher Eccleston- the dead husband in "The Others) who self-educates and aspires to be a scholar. Along this quest, he impregates a fling (Rachel Griffiths of Six Feet Under fame) moves to a college town, works as a stone mason, and falls in love at first sight with his cousin Sue (Kate Winslet). The main reason to see this film is for the chemistry between Eccleston and Winslet. Eccleston makes you feel sympathy for Jude from the moment we see him onscreen as a young man, vital since so much of the novel "Jude the Obscure" was about making us root for this considerate, intelligent man only to put him through utter hell as to illustrate the unfairness of the British class system. Eccleston's heartfelt and sincere performance exposes the vapidity of most Hollywood actors and is genuinely inspiring for the craft of acting. As Sue, Kate Winslet proves again, after Heavenly Creatures, Sense and Sensibility, and yes Titanic that she is one of the most fetching, watchable actresses of her time. It's not hard at all to see why Jude is so hopelessly in love with her. In fact, this film contains one of the best onscreen romances I've seen in a while. The passion of these two characters are so vivid that when the hard unredemptive ending happens, I had to convince myself that it was a fictional story to gain peace of mind. See it and be moved.

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