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Verano Del 42 [DVD]

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En un lugar de veraneo de Nueva Inglaterra, Hermie (Gary Grimes), de 15 años de edad, vivirá una pasión que lo cambiará para siempre tras quedarse prendado de Dorothy (Jennifer O´Neill), de 22 años, cuyo marido se ha ido a la guerra.

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  • Actores: Gary Grimes, Jennifer O'Neill, Katherine Allentuck, Oliver Conant, Lou Frizzell
  • Formato: Color, DVD, PAL, Adulto
  • Audio: Inglés (Dolby Digital 2.0), Español (Dolby Digital 2.0), Castellano
  • Subtítulos: Castellano
  • Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 1.85:1
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 18 años
  • Estudio: Impulso Records
  • Fecha de lanzamiento: 5 ene 2011
  • Duración: 100 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 3.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B006S62OZ4
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº10.955 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
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Por E. Z. Marrero TOP 1000 COMENTARISTAS en 25 de noviembre de 2012
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Aquellos que tenéis televisión 16:9 (casi todos, a estas alturas) viviréis de primera mano lo que supone ver este tipo de películas (sin mejora anamórfica), tirando de zoom y dejando la calidad imagen del dvd a la altura del betún. En su momento, los señores de la Warner en España decidieron prescindir de mediocres copias y dejarlas en manos de pequeñas editoras como Impulso. De esa manera no cargaban con "el muerto" y se sacaban algún dinerillo (aunque fuese a costa del coleccionista más incauto).

El verdadero inconveniente radicaba en la calidad artística e importante consideración cinematográfica de estos títulos, tan grandes y representativos como el que nos ocupa. Títulos tratados como si pertenecieran al más insulso fondo de catálogo que obviamente adolecen de este gran inconveniente (que incomodaría, incluso, al cinéfilo menos exigente).
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me encanta hace años que lo buscaba ya que tenia el libro y quería tener el video al igual que el video de las 13 rosas
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Coming of Age Classic, 7 de marzo de 2017
Por Richard A. Lawhern - Publicado en
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Summer of '42 has long been considered a classic among coming-of-age stories. Filmed in 1971 as a low-budget pot boiler, the story was later turned into a best selling book in a short three weeks of writing by the original screen writer, Herman Raucher. The movie was the 6th highest grossing film of 1971 and one of the most successful films in history.

The story is based on actual events. I won't spoil the story for viewers or readers who haven't experienced it before. But I can promise that young men (and no few older men) will find themselves recalling and perhaps even feeling their own intense embarrassments as adolescents, ignorant of their own sexuality but fascinated by the prospect of getting laid while at the same time fearful of "messing up". The core of the story is the stuff of legend and wishful thinking -- an uncertain teenager (Hermie) led to his sexual awakening by an older and strikingly beautiful woman (Dorothy). Their shared night unfolds in moments that might comprise either very poor adult judgment on her part, or a profound kind of sensual charity and caring that molds him for the rest of his life. Or both.

The movie is "carried" by the performances of Jennifer O'Neill and Gary Grimes, backed by the moody musical score of Michel Legrand. It is done without nudity, but with such an artfully nuanced sensuality that one may be uncertain of exactly what has happened -- as indeed Hermie himself will be for years to follow.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of the best movies I've ever seen, over and over again.... 8 de julio de 2015
Por KFM - Publicado en
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I read the novel in high school then saw the movie for the first time not long after. I've re-read the book numerous times since and watched the movie again and again. This is the best coming of age film you'll ever see, bar none. It's sad and poignant and funny and feel-good all at the same time and if you're seeing it for the first time I promise you'll never forget it. The same goes for the novel.

I guess the best way to describe it would be to steal a line from the novel about a note the author saved from the Summer of '42 and I'm paraphrasing here; "when the world had punched him around too much he would take out the letter and re-read those words and everything would be all right." That describes this movie to a T, if the world's punched you around too much I can't think of a better movie to watch.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Reconnect with your youth... 12 de noviembre de 2014
Por Dexter Haven - Publicado en
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This movie is based on a true story. It happened on Nantucket Island off MA in '42, but was filmed in a colder climate in Fort Bragg, CA. The movie was written before the book. Herman never asked Dorothy's last name or age in real life. In the movie, the telegram lists her last name as Walker from Bangor, ME. Herman was traumatized by never seeing her after that one night. In real life, he was depressed and tried to date every girl named Dorothy he met. When the movie became famous, he received a letter from the real Dorothy, postmarked from Canton, Ohio. She said she remarried and hoped he was not too hurt from their affair. In real life, Dorothy was drunk that night and called Herman by her husband's name 'Pete' in bed. But the last words she ever spoke to him were in fact, "Good night, Hermie." In real life, she only sent him that one letter in 1972. No more. He regretted not hearing from her after that and still thought of her decades later. She ended her 1972 letter to him with this, "The ghosts of that night 30 years ago are better left undisturbed." The real song that played on her record player that night, if you want to recreate the mood, was 'That Old Feeling.' The final line from that song foretold the future, "There'll be no new romance for me, it's foolish to start / 'Cause that old feeling is still in my heart." She could not start something new yet, because her husband was still in her heart. Eerie, fitting. To her it was a drunken episode, I sense; to him, the world.

The theme song - a great sentimental mood piece - could make someone curious to see this movie, as could a desire to understand the decades before your birth that your parents knew well. It will surely remind you of your youth, hanging gout with friends, trying to meet and talk to girls, and overcoming the awkwardness of your first sexual experiences. Notice the camera work, as through the broken wooden fence at dusk, the faded wallpaper, suggesting a wallflower no more, and so on... The ending stands in stark contrast to today. Back then, people wandered out of your life. Nowadays, he would have her cell number and Facebook page...
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Life is made up of small comings and goings 9 de enero de 2017
Por J. Chambers - Publicado en
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There were two marvelous coming-of-age films in 1971: Summer of '42 and The Last Picture Show. I saw both of them in a movie theater when they were released. If I had to choose a favorite, it would be The Last Picture Show, but only by a small margin. The settings for the stories are very different - Summer of '42 takes place on Nantucket Island in 1942, a time when the country has just gone to war, whereas The Last Picture Show is set in a small town in Texas in the early 1950s.

In Summer of '42, the story revolves around three boys in their early teens whose families are vacationing on Nantucket Island. Not surprisingly, the boys are obsessed by sex, and they spend much of their time talking about it. When one of the boys, Hermie, makes the acquaintance of a married woman (played by Jennifer O'Neill) whose husband is off to war, he becomes infatuated with her.

It's a thoroughly engaging film with a number of great scenes. My favorite scene is where Hermie goes into a pharmacy to buy condoms. It's reminiscent of the painfully funny scene in American Graffiti (another coming-of-age film) where the underage character played by Charles Martin Smith tries to buy alcohol.

About the MPAA "R" rating: In my opinion, the correct rating should be "PG-13" instead of "R." Kids see racier stuff than this on cable TV every day.

Note that the Amazon digital video does not include the X-ray feature. It does include closed captioning.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazon superior to VUWU 20 de enero de 2014
Por Bennettjohn - Publicado en
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i watched Summer of '42 on VUWU and was displeased with its clarity on my LED flat panel, and it's inability to play with Closed Captioning, even though I set it up to CC everything. Price was $2.99.

Next night, I brought up Amazon and searched "Summer of '42". Voila, they had it also. I played it hoping to fill in some of the blanks left from the VUWU showing. What a difference. Yes, it was in HD, much more vivid that the original in 1971, and it had an incorporated CC track so I didn't miss any of the soft spoken dialogue. $2.99 also.

Jennifer O'Neill is a typical American beauty of the era. Obviously the Director also had this thing for her from the wonderful shots emphasizing how pretty she is. Perhaps that helps explains her 9 marriages. Is being a 9.9 on a ten scale (more attractive than Bo Derek) a blessing or a curse?

The story is a poignant tale of a 15/16 year old teen coming of age. Many of us will relate to those feelings of ambiguity of "loving" vs. "respecting" vs. "using" the girls we dated. How immature our shallow friends were, and unfortunately they were the source of most of our misinformation.

Still, Jennifer O'Neill is one fetchingly, well-scrubbed Sweetheart, or perhaps it was Camay, as she was onscreen a total of only 12 minutes in the film. Enjoy.

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