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Macbeth - Édition Collector 3 DVD [inclus 1 livre de 80 pages]

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  • Acteurs : Orson Welles, Jeanette Nolan, Dan O'Herlihy, Roddy McDowall, Edgar Barrier
  • Réalisateurs : Orson Welles
  • Format : Noir et blanc, Plein écran, Mono, PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Français
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • 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 : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 3
  • Studio : Wild Side Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 6 décembre 2005
  • Durée : 114 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.7 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B000BTUMBM
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Contenu additionnel

DVD 1 :
Le film en version intégrale voulue par Orson Welles (114')
DVD 2 :
Le film en version courte exploitée en salles (85')
DVD 3 :
"Vaudou Macbeth" : 4' du Vaudou Macbeth, pièce de 1936 montée par Orson Welles à New York uniquement avec des acteurs Afro-Américains
Enregistrement radiophonique de Macbeth, la pièce, réalisé en 1940 (78')
"Welles et Shakespeare" : analyse par François Thomas et Jean-Pierre Berthomé, universitaires spécialistes de Welles (13')
Analyse détaillée des 2 versions du film (26')
Séquences thématiques commentées : l'image, le son et la musique
Le décor : analyse détaillée par Jean-Pierre Berthomé, croquis de Welles à l'appui
La restauration (13')

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11è siècle. Une contrée plongée dans la brume, pelée et macabre. Un noble écossais, influencé par une sombre prophétie et par sa belle mais redoutable jeune épouse, est conduit à commettre un acte de trahison qui va le rendre ROI. Mais il n apprécie guère sa couronne si chèrement acquise....

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11è siècle. Une contrée plongée dans la brume, pelée et macabre. Un noble écossais, influencé par une sombre prophétie et par sa belle mais redoutable jeune épouse, est conduit à commettre un acte de trahison qui va le rendre Roi. Mais il n'apprécie guère sa couronne si chèrement acquise...

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Brillante adaptation d'une autre œuvre de Shakespeare par le non moins brillant Orson Welles dans des contraintes qui défient toute capacité artistique. Tourné en 3 semaines avec des moyens dérisoires le rendu visuel est pourtant étonnant. Les décors sont oniriques et installent une ambiance à effet immédiat. On est en Écosse dans une période sombre, dure, les hommes se trahissent et complotent. Macbeth se laisse aller aux sirènes de sorcières lui prédisant le pouvoir d'autant qu'ayant été promu en dignité. Se confiant à sa femme, elle va le faire persister dans son action malgré ses doutes. Il va s'emparer du trône en assassinant le roi Duncan puis il cherche à se débarrasser de tous rivaux. Y compris son lieutenant. Le couple des Macbeth est à la fois démoniaque et rongé par sa démence, chacun tourmenté mais irrésistiblement porté vers le meurtre et la poursuite de ce destin prophétisé. Jusqu'à l'ultime mort des deux, chacun à leur manière, aveuglé par leur folie.
Le tout servi par la langue sublime et subtile de l'auteur. Deux génies conjugués.
Et la restauration offre une qualité sonore et visuelle non négligable.
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The "Macbeth" by Orson Welles has never been presented in such a gorgeous edition. The incredible restoration has found even new life in this french edition, that's full of in-depth comments (on the bonus DVD and on the beautiful book) by real cinema experts. The quality of the image is state-of-the-art for such an old movie and the sound is not less good. The only flaw in this edition: you can't avoid the presence of the french subtitles.
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Et hop!Le periple de 5000 kms est acheve.Le coffret est arrive en parfaite condition et dans le delai prevu.Merci pour ce coffret de collectionneur
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HASH(0x9eee1174) étoiles sur 5 Update - this is a review of the BLU-RAY for Welles' Macbeth 21 mars 2008
Par E. E. Kuersten - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I wrote a review of the Korean import a few years ago that was all we had available until this year when Olive released a beautiful Blu-Ray edition of Welles' 1948 Macbeth. I thought I'd hop on here, tweak my original review and let you know this blu-ray is AWESOME! Well worth the upgrade.

Be warned, you'll need some tolerance for Brecht-meets-Ed Wood-style details never meant to be seen presumably at this level of clarity -- such as dirt on the edges of the sky --you can see the fingerprints of stage techs on the foggy moor sky backdrop, mismatched painting in an upper corner of the set; the rear projection and shadows and so forth all have an extra Guy Maddin / Ed Wood / Godard style unreality, but as a Welles fan you should relish that, and now we can look into the deep shadowed faces and see the full beauty of the characters' beards, mouths, eyes, and so forth. You wont regret it--

as to the film itself, here's my old review --

...if you've never seen it, Welles MacBeth is like a crazy 1930s German Expressionist bad acid trip, with Welles in florid ham actor mode, his Irish brogue soaring like a hawk. If you love cinema though, you will love crazy Welles drunken sweaty rampaging through his cheap papier mache caverns with his weird statue of liberty crown way more than you could ever love similar more "perfect" adaptations like say, Olivier's HAMLET which came out that same year. That film is amazing, but Olivier is just too graceful, too perfect and measured and his horrible blonde bangs. Let's put it this way, Olivier's film is much better, but Welles' is greater. Olivier is the piano prodigy who plays for the old ladies and gets all the grant money; Welles is the rebel down at the jazz joint, tearing it up in a threadbare tux with a wailin' bebop trio. Who would you rather hang out with, even if you didn't know where your next meal was coming from?
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HASH(0x9eee1414) étoiles sur 5 Orson Welles Fan Who wasn't Disappointed 20 janvier 2008
Par Eric Hofmann - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This movie is beautifully restored visually and has a fairly good reconstruction of the audio track. A shining counterpoint to the awful vinegar washed copies of "Mr Arkadin" and "The Stranger" you see available from various hack-restoration companies. This edition is a "Director's Cut" that brings the movie back from the mutilation at the hands of Republic Pictures. Its an important piece for people who appreciate the work of Welles, like myself. Welles always liked doing Shakespeare and other classic novels. Some of his unfinished or rejected ideas included "Moby Dick", the "Merchant of Venice" and "Heart of Darkness". Ironically, 35 or so years after Welles's idea to make "Heart of Darkness" into a movie was rejected, it was made into a movie, the classic "Apocalypse Now". Much of what he accomplished was far, far ahead of its time...or perhaps far, far behind the times. Either way, this cut of MacBeth shows the fecundity of Welles vision and not the slashed and burnt profligacy that was attributed to him in his lifetime. For Roddy McDowell fans, you get a glimpse of him years before "Planet of the Apes".

Drawback: No English Subtitles, only Korean ones. I guess its not a drawback if you read Korean well enough. I don't, so...
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HASH(0x9eee166c) étoiles sur 5 Film Noir Shakespeare 2 mars 2009
Par John Murphy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Bloated budgets and smooth edges are not prerequisites to good filmmaking. No one knew this better than the perpetually money-strapped Orson Welles. Once he'd been ostracized from the studio system, the faded Wunderkind spent the majority of his career making pseudo-masterpieces from funds scraped together by the odd acting job. Despite the monetary constraints, Welles proved that a little imagination and visual verve can make up for a tight purse.

"Macbeth" was produced on the relative cheap (about $500,000), filmed at a breakneck pace (about twenty days), and the result is a haggard, stylized tone poem. This is Shakespeare as lurid film noir. The messy quality somehow makes it more compelling, mostly because Welles' unsurpassed visual imagination compensates for the low-end production values. He embraces the supernatural aspects of the play: stylized sets serving for blasted heath and dank castles are blanketed in fog and lit in high contrast B & W. Askew angles and Welles' signature deep-focus photography make for bold, innovative compositions. Gothic flourishes like the silhouetted Weird Sisters seem fever-dream induced. Plenty of sound and fury to be found here. Even a master stylist like Kurosawa borrowed liberally from Welles for his own Macbeth adaptation, "Throne of Blood." Check out both films' "Not 'Til Birnam Wood come to Dunsinane!" sequences and see how Kurosawa compared notes with Welles.

The performances follow Welles' film noir aesthetic. Jeannette Nolan understands Lady Macbeth is among drama's ultimate femme fatales, and plays her like a vampish shrew with a boot of a face but a killer body. She always seems to tower over her whipped husband in the early portion of the film. Welles proceeds to diminish her place in the frame as her power wanes and she descends into despair and madness. Nolan's strong performance and Welles' equally solid turn in the title role are the foundation of this movie. Their theatrical Scottish brogues are occasionally cringe-inducing, but the intense love their characters have for each other is palpable.

Though both leads are solid, the main interest here lies in the hallucinatory intensity of the images. The nightmarish world Welles creates, a world of overt nihilism oddly coupled with doomed fate, makes the skin crawl. Though the text is gutted and some of the acting too shoddy to make this anywhere near a definitive version of "Macbeth", Welles' endless sense of invention carries him through. This is a must-see for anyone with more than a passing interest in Orson Welles or Shakespeare's most feverishly intense play.
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HASH(0x9eee19a8) étoiles sur 5 Great Macbeth Adaptation 20 juillet 2009
Par Alberto M. Barral - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have seen this restored version in the big screen, where it truly has an amazing impact, as the landscape and the castle are so well integrated into the story. The costumes are great because they give the impression of an older time than the Medieval, which is accurate. There is a sense that Christianity itself is fairly new to this people.

The movie does not follow the play, as it changes some characters, and scenes. however it is a very gifted interpretation. I thought that showing the execution of the Thane of Cawdor, which is related on the play, but not enacted, was an example at the effectiveness of this interpretation: The suffering yet dignified Thane is carried in the arms of soldiers to his execution and Macbeth sees it, which puts Duncan in a totally different light, even if Macbeth is benefitting from his generosity.
Welles' Macbeth is a dark soul from the start, and this darkness is what probably attracts the witches to his path, for as much as they outline the possibilities of destiny, it is he that decides these ramblings of the magical ones are a definitive version that he needs to enforce. He portrays the character's shadowed nature very well, and I liked the idea of having part of the dialogue told as if he were thinking it, not speaking it.

The atmosphere of this play of doom could never having been done better than in this dark castle that is built so it is actually part of the very rocks on which it stands, its halls caverns. It sets the atmosphere of mystery and darkness that are an integral part of the work. Jeanette Nolan's Lady Macbeth , is very competent, though not on the level of Welles Macbeth, no one is in the film, yet all the supporting roles are pretty well carried out. I am not a fan of Roddy McDowell, but his Malcolm was better than a lot of what he did later.
I strongly recommend the movie as an excellent interpretation of the play.
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HASH(0x9eee1bf4) étoiles sur 5 Excellent version for students 30 septembre 2008
Par S. McKinney - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The only thing I didn't like about this version was that it doesn't have a menu with a scene selection option on it, which is inconvenient. If you want a version you can watch straight through, this is a good pick. It is really entertaining and not as violent as some versions.

Orson Welles plays a really whacked-out Macbeth - the picture on the cover of the DVD really says it all. The shadowy, glowering stare, the jutting chin - topped with that bizarre crown and the on-again, off-again accent, you can easily see him as the conscience-free usurper of the Scottish throne.

Lady Macbeth (Jeannette Nolan) is quite a study, too. I think that Welles might have played her in full dominatrix gear if he'd been able to get away with it. She has an oily yet commanding demeanor and a snaky hairdo - a long ponytail thing that looks like a black python draped over her shoulder. Fitting!

The scenery is perfect - the crazy, blurry witches fit in perfectly with the deserted moor; the Macbeth's castle looks like the waiting room for a torture chamber. Done in 1930s black and white, it wonderfully highlights this dirty, nasty plot.

I bought this DVD to show my high school and middle school Shakespeare classes so that we could compare/contrast it with the BBC version (available here: BBC Shakespeare Tragedies DVD Giftbox ) and with the A&E MacKellan/Dench version Macbeth / McKellen, Dench (Thames Shakespeare Collection)
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