Essential Arthouse - Vol. 1 (DVD - SONE 1)

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Grand Illusion (1937) - Dir. Jean Renoir
Jean Renoir's pacifist masterpiece stars Jean Gabin as a French World War I POW held by Erich Von Stroheim's German captain. One of the greatest antiwar films ever made, as well as a rousing prison-escape adventure, Grand Illusion is an exemplar of the 1930s poetic realist movement.

Beauty and the Beast (1946) - Dir. Jean Cocteau
Jean Cocteau reinvented the fairy tale for the cinema with this enchanting, exquisitely realized vision of Mme Le Prince de Beaumont's fantasy romance. With all manner of unparalleled visual effects and photographic tricks, Cocteau makes the spellbinding tale of transformative love both ethereal and tangible, and his indelible images haunt the cinema like no others.

Lord of the Flies (1937) - Dir. Peter Brook
Under the direction of Peter Brook, William Golding's classic fable, about a swarm of young boys who, without adult supervision, devolve into chaos after crash-landing on a remote island during wartime, becomes an unforgettable work of cinematic horror. Shot with almost verite camera work, Lord of the Flies takes a radical approach to Golding's metaphor, grounding it in a terrifying reality.

Wild Strawberries (1957) - Dir. Ingmar Bergman
Weaving a tapestry of memory and dreams, Ingmar Bergman delves into the past of aged professor Isak Borg, en route to receive an award from his alma mater for a life he no longer understands. Following directly on the heels of his international breakthrough The Seventh Seal, the alternately warm and nightmarish Wild Strawberries cemented Bergman as the leading art-house visionary of his era.

Knife in the Water (1962) - Dir. Roman Polanski
A husband, a wife, a stranger, a knife: Roman Polanski sets them all adrift on a weekend filled with simmering resentments and gut-churning suspense in his seminal psychological thriller, still one of the greatest feature debuts in film history. With Knife in the Water, Polanski revealed his delight in exploring sexual and class boundaries with ruthless precision.

Rashomon (1950) - Dir. Akira Kurosawa
The murder of a man and the rape of his wife in a forest grove--seen from four different perspectives. Toshiro Mifune explodes as the feral bandit who may or may not be guilty of these crimes in Akira Kurosawa's meditation on the nature of "truth" is a classic, humane allegory that transformed narrative cinema as we know it and turned its director into an international sensation.

Produktfakta

Produksjonsår 2008 Format DVD
Sone Sone 1 Sjanger Drama
Antall disker 6 Spilletid 9 timer 30 minutter
Aldersgrense 15 Undertekster Engelsk
Lydformater Mono 1.0 (Engelsk), Mono 1.0 (Fransk), Mono 1.0 (Japansk), Mono 1.0 (Polsk), Mono 1.0 (Svensk) Bildeformater Fullscreen 4:3, Sort/Hvitt
Regissør Diverse Skuespillere Diverse
Bestillingsnummer CRRNEAH1DVD Leverandør Import

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