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  • Acteurs : Greta Gerwig, Carrie MacLemore, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Analeigh Tipton, Ryan Metcalf
  • Réalisateurs : Greta Gerwig, Carrie MacLemore, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Analeigh Tipton, Ryan Metcalf
  • Format : Couleur, Plein écran, Cinémascope, PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1), Français (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Français, Anglais, Néerlandais, Arabe
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Sony Pictures Entertainment
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 13 février 2013
  • Durée : 95 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B00AAJBJGA
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Commentaires audio de Whit Stillman et des acteurs
Une soirée avec les demoiselles en détresse : Questions à Whit Stillman et aux acteurs
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Damsels in Distress, 1 DVD, 95 minutes

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Portrait d'un groupe d'étudiantes sophistiquées, Heather, Violet et Rose, sont obsédées par la mode, l'hygiène et la danse. Elles sont bien décidées à prodiguer leurs conseils à Lily, fraîchement arrivée à l'université...

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Whit Stillman est un cinéaste américain qu'il faut découvrir.

Ses comédies pleines de charme et d'intelligence sont uniques pour leur dialogue hilarant et leur regard frais sur une jeunesse éduquée. Véritable remède au coup de blues, ces comédies demandent a être revues périodiquement.

"Damsels in Distress" nous transporte sur un campus américain hors temps. Il porte un regard tendrement ironique sur les excentricités et détresses d'un groupe d'étudiants - demoiselles et damoiseaux. Humour loufoque et réparties fines.
Les acteurs sont excellents et Greta Gerwig est lumineuse dans le rôle de Violette - une perfectionniste aux bonnes intentions qui dirige un club anti-suicide, ou l'on combat la dépression avec danse et claquettes.

Superbe musique originale avec en prime la chanson de Gershwin "Things are Looking Up", un hommage aux comédies musicales de Fred Astaire et aux "screwball comedies" des années 30.

A voir aussi absolument: Metropolitan (1990), Barcelona (1994) et The Last Days of Disco (1998).
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Film de "science fiction" par rapport au cinéma actuel, des jeunes filles philosophes pendant une 1h30 sur l'amour......
Du Rhomer américain en fait.
L'actrice Greta Gerwig sera la prochaine Meryl Streep.
Film typiquement indépendant des majors, bon en gros c'est un peu vain quand même.
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Film bavard, sans aucun intérêt. Aucun scénario et une absence de mise en scène. Prendre un bon livre ou un" vieux " film américain des années 50.
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HASH(0x91c27e94) étoiles sur 5 Quirky but loveable 2 juillet 2012
Par Paul Allaer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is the long-awaited return of writer-director Whit Stillman, who we last saw with the delicious 1998's "Last Days of Disco" movie.

"Damsels in Distress" (98 min.) brings the story set at a fictional Northeast university in which a group of young women, namely Violet (played by Greta Gerwig), Rose (played by Megalyn Echikunwoke) and Heather (played by Carrie MacLemore) take a transfer student Lily (played by Analeigh Tipton) under their wings. The group is determined to bring a better life to students, running the Suicide Center (which they rename the Suice Prevention Center). Of course that is not counting for the guy troubles that may, and will, occur. One of those is a fellow named Xavier. There is a hilarious scene in which Lily tries to explain that Xavier is spelled with an X, when one of the other girls say that it is surely it is spelled with a Z, as in "Zorro", at which point Violet surmises that the letters X and Z are pronouned the same when not ending in a word, ha! Gerwig's performance pretty much carries this movie, as she shows her vulnerability and you can't help but rooting for her all the way.

This light and quirky tone never leaves the movie, and I found myself quite smiling a lot (but not laughing out loud). Truth be told, the "tone" of the movie is better than the actual plot (which I won't give away here, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out). In all, this is a quirky little but loveable movie. This is MILES away from your Hollywood standard fare, and if you are into such type movie, I would readily recommend this. Nothing earth-shattering, just plain likeable. In that sense, "Damsels in Distress" is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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HASH(0x919ab048) étoiles sur 5 Another Great One from Whit Stillman 14 octobre 2012
Par J. Ferrigno - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
After reading reviews I thought this film would be much different than his others but now that I have seen it I think it was quite similar. It is critical, smart, interesting, and funny. Some of the dialogue is absolutely hilarious. Whit Stillman is the only filmmaker I know of that writes pretty realistic yet comic films about the elite. It is fascinating to me to see how these people think. This film, even more than his others, shows how sad and pathetic the people that run the world really are. Sure they are oppressing just about everyone on earth and their actions cause untold devastation and suffering yet they believe they are doing the right thing "God's Work". This is a scathing yet sympathetic critique of the American aristocracy. One would think this would be impossible but here it is. He really has matured as a filmmaker. This is his most complex and nuanced work yet. Also, as with most cutting edge art, this film will likely require repeated exposure for one to learn to really appreciate its brilliance. I look forward to many further viewings.
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HASH(0x922ad204) étoiles sur 5 Quirky but loveable 7 mai 2012
Par Paul Allaer - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is the long-awaited return of writer-director Whit Stillman, who we last saw with the delicious 1998's "Last Days of Disco" movie.

"Damsels in Distress" (98 min.) brings the story set at a finctional Northeast university in which a group of young women, namely Violet( played by Greta Gerwig), Rose(played by Megalyn Echikunwoke) and Heather (played by Carrie MacLemore) take a transfer student Lily (played by Analeigh Tipton) under their wings. The group is determined to bring a better life to students, running the Suicide Center (which they rename the Suice Prevention Center). Of course that is not counting for the guy troubles that may, and will, occur. One of those is a fellow named Xavier. There is a hilarious scene in which Lily tries to explain that Xavier is spelled with an X, when one of the other girls say that it is surely it is spelled with a Z, as in "Zorro", at which point Violet surmises that the letters X and Z are pronouned the same when not ending in a word, ha! Gerwig's performance pretty much carries this movie, as she shows her vulnerability and you can't help but rooting for her all the way.

This light and quirky tone never leaves the movie, and I found myself quite smiling a lot (but not laughing out loud). Truth be told, the "tone" of the movie is better than the actual plot (which I won't give away here, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out). In all, this is a quirky little but loveable movie. This is MILES away from your Hollywood standard fare, and if you are into such type movie, I would readily recommend this. Nothing earth-shattering, just plain likeable.
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Par Carol Peckham - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First, I am a major Whit Stillman fan. Last Days of Disco, Barcelona, and the wonderful Metropolitan are among my top favorite movies. Smart, funny, literate, observant of a tribe -- the WASPs -- no one bothers with anymore. But this movie is incomprehensible. It's almost as if anyone who does a movie with Greta Gerwig becomes weirdly spellbound and ends up making her film about her horrible dancing (see of don't see Hannah Ah). Stop already! The movie starts out with an interesting premise -- attractive young girls at a mediocre Northeastern college who are mean-girl opposites. They want to save students from committing suicide by teaching them to tap dance. On the look out for depressed under grads they are well-meaning but intrusive. It's promising beginning, however, disintegrates into a tangle of overly eccentric relationships that make no emotional sense at all and that pop up and disappear as if Stillman is making the movie up as he goes along. It ends for no reason except to allow Greta to gamely dance with a throw-away young man through a 30-like set with a Fred Astaire musical bit. And I was so looking forward to this movie!
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HASH(0x9211afcc) étoiles sur 5 Not A Whit Has Been Lost Since The Last Days of Disco 6 mai 2012
Par David Kleist - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Life, perhaps, is an allusion. Therefore, gentle reader, please move on to a different review if you don't smile in Pavlovian fashion when hearing uttered the name "Whit Stillman."

Recently I learned that Stillman's Last Days of Disco has yet to break even in sales. Alas, how long we NCAs (see below) have waited since they booked that clown! Damsels in Distress, gratefully, is scarcely stillborn-- rather, it's more Still. If you have worn laser holes into your Criterion-Collection copies of Metropolitan, Barcelona, and The Last Days of Disco, then Damsels will not disappoint. However, if you are unfamiliar with the signature dialogue, settings, motifs, and characters of this returned-to-America auteur, perhaps Damsels will disappoint. Here, I write for the initiates. (And for these, I whisper, "Watch closely: the professor and one of the two off-campus waitresses are familiar friends from the trilogy!")

What's to tell? There are four principle characters, all matriculated at Ivy-Shrouded Seven Oaks College after prepping in the usual way. While it is true that Greta Gerwig's Violet is the heroine, Carrie MacLemore as Heather, Megalyn Echikunwoke as Rose, and Analeigh Tipton as Lily make Damsels another ensemble piece.

I live in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, and while many who bedroom here commute to Manhattan, it is the home of Mack Trucks and Bethlehem Steel, which is sufficient explanation for why during both my first viewing of Metropolitan and of Damsels (in the selfsame indy-theatre complex), I annoyed many in the audience with my vulgar guffaws and howls of laughter while the rest of the moviegoers were silent.

Stillman, gratifyingly, is at the top of his game in Damsels. As with the trilogy, I will never grow tired of watching this film. I found Damsels as pitch-perfect as the trilogy, and while not so small-budgeted as Metropolitan, Damsels finds Stillman able to deadpan as much mirth as ever without the expenses of Disco. I do hope Mr. Stillman does not keep his Nearly Cultist Aficionados waiting so long before his next cinematic venture.

Neither my wife nor I were born with Stillman's or his characters' class prerogatives, and our Phi Beta Kappa keys from the familiar safety school of our locale--namely, Lehigh University--have done us absolutely no good for over thirty years, at least with respect to our wannabe aspirations, much like those of Luis Buñuel. We have an old poster of Barcelona on the wall of my workspace, which is slightly more commodious than a railroad-apartment's standard room.

While unfit to play croquet with either Mr. Stillman or Jamie Johnson, I wish to thank Mr. S. for bringing delight to those with the ears and eyes to hear and see. We do associate with Episcopalians, but none of these sired debutante progeny waiting in the Hamptons for the season to begin.
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