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Two lovers [Blu-ray]

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En Brooklyn, Leonard (Joaquin Phoenix), un joven con problemas emocionales, prosigue su vida tras su última recaída. Mientras trata de recuperarse bajo la atenta mirada de sus preocupados padres, dos mujeres entran de repente en su vida. Por un lado la encantadora y sencilla Sandra (Vinessa Shaw), hija del nuevo socio de su padre, y por otro Michelle (Gwyneth Paltrow), una bella y sensual vecina con un halo de misterio que parece no encajar en el aburrido barrio donde vive Leonard. El amor de Leonard se debatirá entre la complicada y emotiva Michelle y Sandra, la chica perfecta a ojos de su familia.


Leonard, un apuesto aunque trastornado joven que regresa al hogar de su infancia tras fracasar en su intento de suicidio. Mientras se recupera ante la atenta mirada de sus preocupados padres, finalmente incapaces de entenderle, se cruza con dos mujeres en rápida sucesión. Está Michelle, una bella vecina con halo misterioso y exótico, alguien fuera de lugar en un contexto como el del aburrido vecindario de Brighton Beach donde Leonard tiene las raíces. No obstante, no va a tardar en descubrir que también ella es alguien con serios problemas. Entretanto, sus padres tratan de establecer una relación entre él y Sandra, la encantadora y bondadosa hija del hombre de negocios suburbano que está comprando el negocio familiar de limpieza en seco. Leonard se verá finalmente obligado a tomar una decisión imposible entre la impulsividad del deseo y el confort del amor o arriesgarse a caer de nuevo en las tinieblas que casi le matan.

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Surrender and Redemption in Brighton Beach 22 de marzo de 2017
Por Tbird from Chicago - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Masterful portrayals of very interesting characters accompanied by beautiful cinematography make this a film to watch intensely, with anticipation of the story unfolding, despite how predictable it is. A lovely performance by one of my favorite actors, Isabella Rossellini. The first time you see Michelle and realize how smitten Leonard is with her, you know who she is and what's going to happen. But the heart wants what the heart wants, despite the promise of true love and happiness staring you right in the face. I did find Leonard a surprisingly fickle man - or perhaps he doesn't really know himself - as the move opens with his heart still devastated from a previous relationship and ready to end it all, yet so soon he's able to turn to someone else with the same intensity. Trust me, if you really love someone and live without them, it can take decades to recover, if ever. But Phoenix' portrayal of the pain is very raw and powerful and I believed Leonard's suffering. The end was beautiful, as they both cling to each other in redemption and surrender. Love is all about surrender, and I saw truth in the finale. Bravo!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Emotional Depth, Artistic Cinematography, Powerhouse Acting 8 de enero de 2015
Por M. Diaz - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is a beatifuly-rendered and insightful film. It evokes pure performances from all its actors, even the incorrigible Gwenyth Paltrow. Of course Joaquin Phoenix offers us emotional depth to the point of inflicting psychic pain when you watch him. I loved the nuanced, loving portrayal of a traditional New York Jewish family, and the warmth of the parent-child dynamic. (Isabella Rosselini seriously broke my heart, and the father made me weep). In actuality, this movie didn't need any romantic relationship plots to be brilliant. I kind of wish it was just Joaquin and the parents and a labyrinthian character study. Who needs the well-trodden obsession/infatuation story? Either way, it's now in my list of top 20 favorite films.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I'll take your first lover and the check please... 5 de noviembre de 2010
Por Andrew Ellington - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Over at `The Film Experience', Nathanial Rogers (possibly the best Oscar internet blogger out there) has been posting a "Best In Show" column for certain actors (or actresses) in films and while watching `Two Lovers' I felt inspired to write my own.

When considering the film `Two Lovers', first time viewers may immediately suspect that the two Oscar names (Joaquin Phoenix and Gwyneth Paltrow) would be the obvious choices for `best is show' praise, but upon the actual viewing it is apparent that there is one performance so subtle yet so alarmingly in tune with her character that one cannot help but obsess over her.

Yes, I'm talking about Vinessa Shaw.

Vinessa plays Sandra, a young and kind hearted woman who seeks out a relationship with Leonard. Sandra's father has recently conducted a business merger with Leonard's father, and after a brief observance (Sandra sees Leonard asking his mother to dance while at work) she asks her father to set up a meeting between them. She thinks he is cute. Leonard has problems (serious ones that involve the cancellation of a wedding and multiple suicide attempts) but these are aspects of his tortured soul that intrigue Sandra. She wants to help him, to heal him.

When they first meet her candor is endearing. She is not as shy or reclusive as Leonard, but she has a natural unnaturalness about her demeanor. When she feels that maybe her advances are not being met with approval she immediately recants, pulling back and apologizing for him, basically telling him not to worry about not wanting to `date' her until he leans in and kisses her and she is consumed.

"Oh my god." Those were her words. She utters that phrase twice in the film and both times carry so much internal weight.

As their relationship grows you can see a spark in Sandra, but that spark is corroded by a `knowing', a sixth sense if you will, that something is not right. When Leonard is getting strange phone calls and becoming more and more reclusive, pulling away yet never saying what it is that is truly on his mind, you can see that Sandra knows, but she is unwilling to confront it for fear of losing him. She doesn't want it to be real.

That's why the second "oh my god" carries so much weight, because you can tell that she isn't quite sure she believes her own eyes.

While `Two Lovers' is, sadly, more about one lover (that lover being Michelle, the generically clichéd `troubled girl'), the one who stays with you through every frame is Sandra. Sure, she is vanilla while Michelle (Leonard's drug addicted neighbor who is shacking up with a married man and almost instantaneously becomes Leonard's sole obsession) is certainly not, but the textural approach that Shaw took to this character makes her scream to life. She understands how to make Sandra's love for Leonard seem real and sincere.

Now that I've devoted much of my praise to a singular performer, I guess I should weigh in on the movie itself. While I found it stirring and most defiantly engaging, there are things about `Two Lovers' that felt off kilter. Leonard as a character is a little two unstable and underdeveloped. We know there is tragedy there, and Phoenix does a remarkable job of balancing his characters `new life' with the `old one' (this is far from a melodramatic downer), but the script doesn't really allow for us to KNOW who Leonard really is or understand why these women are so into him. I felt that shifting focus to the relationship between Leonard and Michelle was a mistake, for the real emotional crux of the film is between Leonard and Sandra. The ending, while not surprising (I totally saw that coming) can read a little false, but it also was one of those moments where, upon reflection, probably says more about Leonard as a person than any other moment in the film.

He doesn't really know what he wants.

The film is flawed, but it is also memorable. It is quiet yet it has moments that sting and stay with you. It also has Shaw. Oh how I weep for her lack of awards attention last year.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Needed a lot more. 30 de julio de 2015
Por Frank - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Beautifully directed and skillfully acted but his inner conflict is shallow and not well understood thus you're not connected to him enough. This type of story needed to go below the surface. -The surface conflict, though somewhat common and real, needed to be fleshed out to be more than just two dimensional thematic parable and as a result the three major characters(him and the two women) as little more than well photographed stock characters. The turn of events leading to the resolution is insulting to the woman he ultimately "chooses" and makes him dishonest, unlikable, and opportunistic.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Joaquin Phoenix' s last performance ? One of the best... 24 de marzo de 2010
Por Rares Petrescu - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This movie was one of the best I've seen lately.Joaquin Phoenix is a troubled guy (emotionally) , who was heart brokened after he was dumped 2 years ago by his girlfriend.He lives with his parents in their old apartment and he works at his father's business , a dry cleaner one.He met a beautiful girl and he began to fell in love with her, but soon after that he meets his neighbor, a ravishing blonde(Gwyneth Paltrow), very hot but in the same time a sensible and clasic beauty(if you ask me), and he falls in love madly with her.The story unfolds very interesting and you are captivated by the whole thing...The quality of image on this bluray disc is at it's best.It's a very good movie and experience, it definitely worth the bucks...This movie is like a poem, it's smart and sensual and it resonates deeply with some of our souls at a certain level.

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