- Actores: Martin Landau, Ellen Burstyn, Adam Scott, Elizabeth Banks
- Directores: Nicholas Fackler
- Formato: Importación
- Audio: Inglés
- 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: Matchbox Films
- Duración: 92 minutos
- ASIN: B004I2IGFC
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº206.734 en Películas y TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y TV)
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Lovely, Still [DVD] [Reino Unido]
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With the approach of Christmas causing him to feel lonely in life and love, Robert Malone, braves the wintery snow to arrive home from his job at the grocery store only to find a stranger standing in his home. What begins as an odd and awkward encounter quickly blossoms into what appears to be a romantic late life love affair that takes us on a heartfelt and wonderful journey which takes an unexpected turn. Featuring outstanding performances from Academy Award Winners Martin Landau and Ellen Burstyn, this beautifully crafted holiday fable reminds us all how precious life is. Skillfully and sensitively directed by Nik Fackler, the film also stars Elizabeth Banks and Adam Scott, and features original music by Conor Oberst and a score by Nate Walcott and Mike Mogis of Bright Eyes
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I WAS SLAM-DUNKED by this AWESOME movie!! Terrific writing, dialogue, plot, etc. Well shot...it was like visiting some neighborhoods that I grew up in. The acting was superbly done. I'd never heard of this movie before today, and I'm sorry I missed it earlier in my life.
WONDERFUL, POSITIVE, AFFIRMING, GLOWING.
I'd recommend this as a "date night" movie ONLY for couples that are truly, firmly, irrevocably committed to each other, for forever. This is not the movie to see with a casual friend, but someone you truly, deeply love now...and intend to love forever. Yes, FOREVER.
Okay, 'nough said. Won't say more about the acting or plot, lest I reveal too much.
But when you do watch this, pick an evening with few distractions...turn off your phones...shutdown your internet and turn off all your devices. You really should give this one your complete attention--and when it's over, you'll be glad you did.
The cast is perfect. Ellen Burstyn shines. Martin Landau, Elizabeth Banks and Adam Scott are terrific.
If you are looking for one of the vulgar and stupid "comedies" that have taken over the entertainment industry, this is not for you. If you enjoy good acting and a good story, and don't mind shedding a tear or twenty, this is for you. I loved it.
Here’s my journey: I liked it a lot at first; then I thought it was too storybook, unrealistic, and cheesy; then it was intense. Like I said, in the end, I was glad to have watched it. It wasn’t cheesy or storybook after all.
Ellen Burstyn and all the actors do a great job. That said, this movie is about retired people, primarily, at the end of their lives. You don’t know anything about their earlier lives, so it’s kind of like you just met two old people and are getting to know them, but know nothing about who they are, where they’ve lived, if their spouse is dead, if they’re divorced, if they’re never married, or just what.
The movie has parts that are very funny, very sad, and very warm. Yet, in one sense, it was very hard to watch. In this: it is a movie that deals in a very real way with the very sad parts of aging, with loneliness and physical slowness. It was actually hard for me, on a personal level, to see how old Martin Landau, the person, has gotten.
At the end, I even thought about watching it again, but decided against it. That speaks to two things. First, that the movie had good merit and good plot--to the degree that I wanted to go back and see some things over that I had probably missed, and to re-experience the movie. Secondly, my thought to rewatch it speaks to this: the movie, because of watching old people in their loneliness, was too lonely for me to watch again!