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Leaving Las Vegas + Trainspotting [Blu-ray]
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LEAVING LAS VEGAS:
Ben, un guionista alcohólico es despedido por el estudio de producción donde trabaja y decide irse a Las Vegas. En la ciudad donde los bares nunca cierran, se bebe hasta el agua de los floreros. Allá encontrará a Sera, una joven prostituta que huye de su anterior chulo. Estas dos almas perdidas se enamoran, aceptándose mutuamente, hasta el fin, tal como son...
Mark Renton es un joven escocés adicto a la heroína, al igual que el resto de sus amigos, los cuales se han creado un mundo muy particular. Entre el grupo hay un violento y alcohólico psicópata, un drogadicto desesperado, un mujeriego con un conocimiento enciclopédico de Sean Connery y un entusiasta de las caminatas y obsesivo de Iggy Pop.
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Not quite as disturbing as I remembered from many years ago. Maybe I've become hardened by all I see or maybe the new mean for the human race has sunk that low.
But its not only about that, it is also about a man who wants to die, so its sort of an anti-Sent of a Woman is that sense.
It is painful to watch, as it was intended to be.
But through all of this misery there is at the heart of the movie, a love story...an unlikely love story, but a love story.
Two people who need each other and a woman with such a big heart and so darn lovable and loving and cute, I kept thinking that the man would find redemption and a reason to live in her. I really hoped that she would have saved him....she would have saved me.
It is certainly not a feel good movie but maybe a cautionary tale
This movie is unforgettable especially for anyone who can relate to despair.
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so the movie. in one's lifetime rarely does a movie, er, move you on so many different levels. from mike figgis' trumpet playing, which is haunting and lonely, the notes of which act as the stepping stones on the pathway to the character's end, to cage's acting, the movie is quite literally - perfect. By far some of nicolas cage's best work and you won't find a more believable, real and engaging film. even shue, whose acting in later years is less than stellar, fits right into this role, and honestly, i would not have wanted anything about the casting changed.
The beauty of this film lay in its honesty, which is brutal at the very least (perhaps this is why the last reviewer use the word repugnant). not only does it go a good job at capturing the downward spiral of someone who has lost it all, but it captures the despair and misery of losing it all to alcoholism.
the movie also is honest about relationships. too often movies establish an unrealistic, trite and superficial love story that just comes off as puke-evoking. the beauty of shue and cage's relationship is how each accept each other unconditionally despite their flaws - she a las vegas prostitute, and he a raging alcoholic there to drink himself to death, which he openly admits to her. at one point in the movie cage says to her, "you can never ask me to stop drinking." chilling.
it's witty, humorous and sad in all the right combinations. to this day (i just said it again the other day), it remains as one of my Top 10 movies of all time.
see the movie. even after a decade or more in the can, this movie still holds its own to this day.
Well written, directed and deeply compelling - Leaving Las Vegas is one of those films that leaves the viewer with more questions than answers. What is more, you'll be haunted by the story long after the movie ends. This is excpetional story telling at it's best and a must see for most any film buff.