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Martha Marcy May Marlene [Blu-ray]

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Después de escapar de una peligrosa secta y de su dominante y carismático líder, la joven Martha trata de recuperar su vida normal junto a su familia. Pero acosada por constantes pesadillas sobre su pasado, la paranoia resquebraja su existencia y ningún lugar le parece seguro, mientras la frágil línea entre la realidad y sus delirios comienza a desdibujarse.

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Atormentada Por Ciertos Hechos Y Dominada Por Una Creciente Ansiedad, La Joven Martha Abandona Una Secta Y Se Va A Vivir Con Su Hermana Lucy Y Con Ted, El Marido De Ésta. Intenta Adaptarse Al Estilo De Vida De La Clase Media-Alta, Pero Acosada Por Constantes Pesadillas, No Le Resulta Nada Fácil. Mientras Asume Su Soledad, La Paranoia Y Los Recuerdos Comienzan A Resquebrajar Su Existencia


Detalles del producto

  • Actores: Elizabeth Olsen, Brady Corbet, Hugh Dancy
  • Directores: Sean Durkin
  • Productores: Antonio Campos
  • Formato: Blu-ray, PAL, Subtitulado
  • Audio: Ruso (DTS 5.1), Italiano (DTS 5.1), Alemán (DTS 5.1), Inglés (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), Portugués (Dolby Digital 5.1), Francés (DTS 5.1), Castellano (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtítulos: Castellano, Francés, Danés, Holandés, Finlandés, Alemán, Italiano, Noruego, Portugués, Ruso, Sueco, Árabe, Turco
  • Subtítulos para sordos: Inglés
  • Región: Región B (Más información sobre Formatos de Blu-ray.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 2.40:1
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 16 años
  • Estudio: Twentieth Century Fox
  • Fecha de lanzamiento: 5 sept 2012
  • Duración: 97 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 3.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B008M2TQ2G
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº21.873 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
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Por Javier Alonso TOP 500 COMENTARISTAS en 7 de octubre de 2012
Formato: Blu-ray
DISCO: BLU-RAY 50 GB
FORMATO CINE: 2.35:1
RESOLUCIÓN: 1920 x 1080p
SONIDO/IDIOMAS: DTS 5.1 CAST, IT, AL, DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1 POR, DTS-HD MASTER 5.1 ING
SUBTÍTULOS: CAST, ING, IT, POR, RUS, HOL, FIN, NOR, SUE, ÁR, TUR
EXTRAS: REPORTAJES, CÓMO SE HIZO, VIDEO MUSICAL, TRAILER
TÍTULO ORIGINAL: MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (2011)
DIRECTOR: SEAN DURKIN
INTÉRPRETES: ELIZABETH OLSEN, BRADY CORBET, HUGH DANCY, JOHN HAWKES, SARAH PAULSON, JULIA GARNER, LOUISA KRAUSE, CHRISTOPHER ABBOTT
MÚSICA: DANIEL BENSI, SAUNDER JURRIAANS
DURACIÓN: 102 MINUTOS

IMAGEN
El aspecto visual de este film muestra imágenes poco contrastadas, un color poco natural y una definición carente en algunos planos.

SONIDO
Poco se puede decir de un sonido sin efectos envolventes, con un estéreo en pantalla aceptable y unos diálogos equilibrados.

EXTRAS
Los extras presentados son:
· La última vez que se vio a Marcy: (14 min.).
· Todas las miradas puestas en Elizabeth Olsen: (3 min.).
· La historia: (4 min.).
· Cómo se hizo Martha Marcy May Marlene: (3 min.).
· Una conversación con los realizadores de la película: (3 min.).
· La psicología que utilizan las sectas: (5 min.).
· Videoclip Marcy's song, de John Hawkes: (4 min.).
· Trailer
Todos los extras incluyen subtítulos en castellano.
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Producto independiente realizado con mucha solvencia y que sabe jugar sus bazas con efectividad: tensión y suspense se mantienen a lo largo de la cinta. Las interpretaciones son muy correctas, en especial la de la protagonista, que da credibilidad a ese personaje perdido y desorientado que no encaja ninguno de los mundos en que ha vivido. Buenísima banda sonora. Con reminiscencias de Haneke y Hitchcock. El final es magnífico y muy inquietante.
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Amazon.com: 3.3 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 236 opiniones
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Star is Born, but in the End, an Ultimately Disappointing Film 1 de enero de 2016
Por Tennis Nut - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I really expected to love this film after reading the glowing reviews. I wanted to see it for several years and it was a disappointment. I have to agree with the late, great Roger Ebert that the flitting back and forth between the past and present was a little too clever a plot device without any payoff. He was too generous in giving the film 3.5 out of 4 stars. Devoid of a gratifying payback, the constant past-present-past scene juxtaposition was simply distracting and not that effective a tool to imply psychosis or PTSD. The real problem is that the first-time director Sean Durkin, who also wrote this, did not fully explore how PTSD plays out and effects both the victim and loved ones. None of the scenes led up to a full-blown discussion in which Martha revealed anything enlightening about what happened to her, so her sister and brother-in-law could not feel true empathy towards her. The discussion should have taken place early on, even if there was a reluctance on both sides to tackle it. I kept waiting for this to happen, and it never fully played out.

The highlight of this film was the powerful performance by Elizabeth Olsen, supported by the very talented Sarah Paulson playing her sister, and John Hawkes as the scary cult figure who sucked Martha Marcy May into his disgusting vortex. There are really no spoilers here - the ending is so anti-climatic that my husband let out a loud groan and said it was the worst movie he has ever seen. He was exaggerating, considering he has seen well over 1,000 movies, but I agree that the ending was a cop out and a huge let down after enduring all that angst without any payoff. I am all for enigmatic endings, but this was abrasively abrupt and not effectively done. The very last scene seemed to veer off into what one might expect in a horror movie.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A great psychological puzzle. 12 de abril de 2016
Por Lichen - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I really liked this, and I have to say it is one of the creepiest films I've ever seen. In the end, it's about a deeply disturbed young woman. The question is, is she disturbed because of a two-year stay with a violent Mansonesque cult, or was she delusional in the first place? How much is real memory, how much is her imagination? Elizabeth Olsen is just excellent in the lead role, and all supporting players are good. This is not a film for young people... they won't understand it at all. It isn't surprising to me that the reviews here are all over the board. It asks questions, doesn't answer some, and there isn't a neat little bow at the end. It's a film for a mature, thinking person. If you like that sort of film, you'll like this a lot.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas You feel uneasy, you feel welcome, you feel rejected, you feel loved....you feel like Martha 26 de abril de 2017
Por Heather - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This director does an amazing job of transitioning from Marthas past and present lives so smoothly you almost forget when and where you are and feel as confused as she. You start to honestly understand her mind towards the end. grabs hold of you and doesn't let go. You feel uneasy, you feel welcome, you feel rejected, you feel loved just like her. excellent acting all around!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Unsettling portrait of a girl gone missing... 2 de marzo de 2012
Por Andrew Ellington - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I remember back when this little indie was coming out of Sundance with all that buzz and promise and everyone (including myself) was convinced that Elizabeth Olsen was going to ride her buzz all the way to an Oscar nomination. Then, for some weird reason, it just disappeared. Olsen picked up a few sporadic mentions (the NBR breakthrough win and a BFCA nomination) but ultimately, Rooney Mara nabbed the `hot young thing' attention from Olsen and took the Oscar nomination from her. It was perplexing to me, considering all the attention she received coming out of Sundance and the film's thematic elements. Still, I had yet to see the film and so my opinion was solely based on word of mouth and presumed expectations.

I'm speechless at her Oscar miss, now that I've actually seen the film.

`Martha Marcy May Marlene', expertly conceived, flawlessly edited and beautifully acted, tells the story of a young woman named Martha who gets inducted into a cult, dons the name Marcy May and disappears for two years only to resurface into the lives of her sister and her sister's new husband. She is close-mouthed about her time spent in the cult and her memories haunt her movements as she fears they will soon come after her. Martha tries to find her place back in the real world, but her mind and her thought process has been so corroded that she blurs the lines between real life and the life she was taught to the point where everything becomes a strain.

Hands down, Elizabeth Olsen delivers one so the best performances of the year. She is outstanding here. Her naturalness in front of the camera is expertly played against the apparent awkwardness of her situation. The way her eyes betray her own insecurities and the way she imbues honesty into her most complicated scenes. She's just brilliant here.

The atmosphere created in this film really takes it that extra mile. It is a thriller of sorts, playing heavily on the fearful tones accompanied by the idea of a cult survivor, but it balances those tones beautifully behind the mask of redemptive situations. This is the story of a lost young woman trying to be found. The thing is, she was lost long before she joined the cult and so there really is nowhere to be found since leaving the cult wasn't the ultimate solution. Sean Durkin's beautifully crafts this character study with so much care and delicacy. It moves, purposefully, at a slower pace so as to soak in that feeling of unsteadiness. Watching Martha's life interweave with the life of Marcy May is organic and completely overtaking.

I'm baffled that half these reviews are negative.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The movie does an excellent job of going from present time to when she ... 5 de enero de 2017
Por Rebecca L. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This movie really intrigued me. Elizabeth Olsen is outstanding as a young girl who ends up living in a cult for about 8 or so years. The movie does an excellent job of going from present time to when she was in the cult. She escapes one day and contacts her sister, played by Sarah (from American horror story). her name escapes me. she picks martha, (Olsens character) up, and takes her in with her and her husband. she has no idea where Olsen has been all this time. as olsen tries to get back into society, she realizes how confused she is. Her sister and brother and law try to help her, but things just seem to get worse for olsen. she just cant quite adjust, not to mention how terrified her former cult members will find her. she begins to notice strange things and becomes paranoid. Finally, in the end, there is quite the twist. the movie is worth watching


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