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Criterion Collection: Les Visiteurs Du Soir [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Format : Noir et blanc, Plein écran, Sous-titré, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Français
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Criterion
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 18 septembre 2012
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  • ASIN: B008CJ0JPW
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 155.938 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Image remastérisée haute définition
Son restauré
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3 documentaires :
- "L'aventures des Visiteurs du soir" (37'19")
- "Marcel Carné et Jacques Prévert, un duo entre réalisme et poésie" (52'18")
- "Le cinéma fantastique français raconté par Alain Petit (historien du cinéma)" (52'49")

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À la fin du XVème siècle, Gilles et Dominique, deux ménestrels venus de nulle part, arrivent au château du baron Hughes. Très vite, Gilles séduit Anne, la fille du baron, alors que Dominique séduit à la fois Hughes et le fiancé d'Anne. Mais leurs sentiments sont-ils sincères ? En effet, Gilles et Dominique sont des envoyés du Diable. Et si leur amour est effectivement sincère, ils devront alors affronter leur patron... --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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HASH(0x921806a8) étoiles sur 5 The new Criterion DVD restored version is very good! 25 octobre 2012
Par TheNoomz83 - Publié sur Amazon.com
This now 70-year-old French film by the great Marcel Carné has undergone a meticulous digital restoration for its début on DVD, and one can again fully appreciate the superb black and white cinematography. The soundtrack has had an impeccable 24-bit remastering, and the new English subtitles are well translated and easy to read on the screen. Also included in the new DVD package is an informative 2009 French documentary on the making of this film in 1942 under Nazi occupation and the Vichy government. In addition, there is a booklet with seven pages of text by film critic and author Michael Atkinson and seven pages of photographs from the film.

As for the film itself, a romantic fantasy set in medieval France and based on legend, I felt I should dock it a star because it so obviously suffers in comparison to its successor, Carné's ultimate masterpiece, «Les Enfants du Paradis» ("The Children of Paradise"). After a brilliant start (through the whole banquet sequence), the film gets progressively bogged down in its convoluted plot (that takes too long in resolving itself), becoming overly talky and a bit tedious in the process. However, the ending is so iconic that much of this can be forgiven. Also worth noting is the comment by the renowned French film critic Georges Sadoul regarding «Les Visiteurs du soir» (with which I would concur): that some of "the fantasy is rather forced." However, for appreciators and students of French cinema, this is a film that should not be missed, given its historical context. It launched a trend of other notable French films under the Occupation that, beneath a veneer of ostensibly escapist fare that eluded the Fascist censors, contained a subversive subtext of a yearning to be free from the forces of oppression.
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HASH(0x923110a8) étoiles sur 5 A European Classic with English Subtitles 15 août 2013
Par Markus Youssef - Publié sur Amazon.com
In my view, this is a psychological metaphor, not a political one. The documentary included in the disc even says that this was meant as an escapist romantic fantasy set during the 1400s. And the idea that the two minstrels/visitors were spies for a competing feudal lord sent to take down a castle using their charms, I think distracts from the real story which seems to me, at least, to be about the struggles narcissists have to love or trust. The female narcissist, Dominique, clearly has given up all hope on love and has a severe case of coldness and contempt for all people (ie: a victim of parental psychic incest or "a deal with the devil"). About half way through the movie, the male narcissist, Gilles, lets go and allows himself to fall in love for the first time with a kind woman. He becomes vulnerable and asks her to teach him how to love. At this moment, his old memories appear (ie: the devil appears or what some have called a "negative therapeutic reaction") and he is turned into stone (ie: petrified with fear). The movie offers an inspirational ending which countless love songs are all about. If you need a reminder of what life is like without love, I think this film does a terrific job of it. Even the character who plays the personification of the devil admits that he does what he does only to distract himself from the pain of having never been loved.

The movie has a meditative, rhythmic, and slightly poetic quality to it. The dialogue and English subtitles are very crisp and clear. The costumes are spot on and they alone will make you feel that you've escaped to another time and place.
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HASH(0x9225b8dc) étoiles sur 5 Long sought after, now found 23 mars 2014
Par bibliophile - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Criterion Collection specializes in classic films that are very hard to find. La Belle Et La Bete was the first one I purchased, and now, Les Visiteur Du Soir, a French film that pre-dated La Belle Et La Bete, and is just as sumptuous and entertaining. It's also harder than hen's teeth to locate before Criterion released it. As a student of the French language, and as a film enthusiast, I can highly recommend it.
HASH(0x92180528) étoiles sur 5 Beautiful Film 17 décembre 2012
Par Kya - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Just gorgeous. Loved this movie. The black and white was dazzling, story somewhat predictable, but a pleasure, and the acting fine, although Arletty's acting style seemed identical to her protaginist in "Children of Paradise" (a later Carne film). The young Cuny instantly recognizable (see "la Dolce Vita" and "Satyricon"). I'm so happy that Jean Marais did not get the Gilles character part; I do not like his acting when he has a romantic scene with a woman. He plays to the camera or audience not the woman (see "Beauty and the Beast"). I liked the stark castle interiors and the courtyard shots. The devil quite lively and what a dandy. Amazing what the production crew was able to accomplish. Yes, I also was able to pick the director Resnais out of the extras provided for the banquet scene. Haven't picked out Simone Signoret yet.
HASH(0x9218200c) étoiles sur 5 Fantasy of Occupation 19 juillet 2013
Par Mr Aurelius - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Carne-Prevert pattern of Quai des Brumes translates here into fantasy, reminiscent of La Belle et la Bete, which is not completely successful. It lacks the superb performances of the earlier films, and those of the forthcoming "Les Enfants du Paradis" and its leisurely rhythms fail to engage the attention adequately. But it is an essential element of French twentieth century cinema and of European history of the time.
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