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  • Acteurs : Robert De Niro, Jennifer Salt, Gerrit Graham, Ruth Alda, Allen Garfield
  • Réalisateurs : Robert De Niro, Jennifer Salt, Gerrit Graham, Ruth Alda, Allen Garfield
  • Format : Noir et blanc, Couleur, Plein écran, Cinémascope, PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • 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 : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Carlotta Films
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 5 mai 2010
  • Durée : 83 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B003BWDEW0
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Vétéran de la guerre du Vietnam, Jon Rubin caresse le rêve de devenir metteur en scène... de films érotiques ! Lorsqu'il parvient à convaincre un producteur de financer son projet, il se lance dans des méthodes de mise en scène peu banales : filmer ses voisins à leur insu. Mais très vite, l'aventure tourne court. Jon revoit ses ambitions à la hausse et, pour se venger d'une société pervertie, se lance dans un nouveau projet : la guérilla urbaine et les explosions d'immeubles !

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Par LD COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 15 août 2010
Format: DVD
Il existe des films qui donnent l'impression d'être en prise relativement directe avec leur époque, de la refléter en partie, d'en exprimer quelque peu l'esprit. Pour la fin des années 60 et le tout début des années 70 aux Etats-Unis, viennent à l'esprit les deux films tournés par Brian de Palma avec Robert de Niro, Greetings (1968) et Hi, Mom ! (1969). On pourrait y ajouter Taking Off de Milos Forman, à peine plus tardif (1971) - à noter que Carlotta vient de le ressortir en salle: espérons qu'un dvd est à venir.

Greetings et Hi, Mom! (voir les synopsis) reflètent un certain nombre des préoccupations et bouleversements de l'époque, vus essentiellement du point de vue de sa jeunesse: la libération des moeurs; l'embourbement dans le conflit vietnamien et la volonté pour de jeunes hommes d'échapper à la conscription; les combats des Noirs américains, qui dépassent la simple obtention des droits pour exiger un retournement des valeurs; la révolte contre la société bourgeoise et consumériste; le conflit entre le réformisme et l'action révolutionnaire, etc.

Hi, Mom! est une sorte de suite de Greetings mais se concentre sur le seul personnage de Jon Rubin, celui incarné par De Niro. Dans les deux cas, la trame est assez lâche, le récit à épisodes. La forme semble libre.
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HASH(0x952cec60) étoiles sur 5 Strange Movie 1 novembre 2000
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Format: Cassette vidéo
Robert De Niro has played many odd ball characters in his day and perhaps none more so than Jon Rubin, in Brian De Palma's Hi,Mom! The movie begins with De Niro renting a run down apartment in the city where he can begin his new career. This career, he has decided, will be in the adult film industy. He tries to convinces a smut producer to give him a budget to film his neighbors in the buiding across from him. Eventually, he agrees so using a telephotolens De Niro begins recording their every move. Unfortunatly his targets(who have no idea they are being watched) are not very interesting. So De Niro begins to date a girl in the building he has noticed is lonely in an attempt to spice up his video. However, this does not pan out and De Niro's porn career is over. He turns his camera in for a television. This leads him to take a role in a play called Be Black Baby playing a police officer. It is being put on by some black radicals to illustrate to white people what it would be like to be black in contemperary America. The play is shocking and probably the most interesting part of the film. After the play is over De Niro returns to the girl from the building across from him and the movie ends in a melodramatic and bizarre fasion. This movie is definatly worth watching. This film put Brian De Palma on the map, and De Niro shows flashes of the brilliance that in years to come would create so many classic characters.
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HASH(0x952d20cc) étoiles sur 5 Hi, Bomb! 1 juin 2001
Par moontang - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
The most overlooked movie of the 1970's. Probably one of DePalma's best efforts. Also, a great example of DeNiro's early acting range. Funny, terrifying, brilliant. A great dissection of race issues, voyeurism, war, random violence, the family, and gender relations as well as a terrific homage to Hitchcock's Rear Window...
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HASH(0x952d20fc) étoiles sur 5 Avant-Garbage 10 mai 2009
Par Randy Keehn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I saw "Hi, Mom!" listed in a book entitled "The New York Times Guide to the Best 1000 Movies ever Made". I have made it a point to watch those films whenever possible which is why I rented "Hi, Mom!" last night. What a waste of time that was. Robert de Niro is the "star" of this film and his preformance is a mixed bag. I would rate it on par with his acting in "Rocky and Bulwinkle".

The movie starts out awkwardly as it seems to be an R-rated movie about the porn industry. It veers away from that into something entirely different as it seems to want to shock the audience into empathy. It stumbles to the end attempting to expand its' simplistic portrayal of American stereotypes. Maybe this movie is supposed to be "black humor"; that genre that shames you into thinking a lousy movie is actually a work of art (when the truth is that your first impression was the correct assessment). In my opinion, the only impressive bit of acting in this movie was that of the porn distributor.

This film DID remind me of a 70's film called "Kentucky Fried Movie". That movie veered off in different directions as well but it had the advantage of actually being funny. I'm actually rather embarassed to admit that I watched "Hi, Mom!". Lets just put this review in the category of a public service. Don't say I didn't warn you!
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HASH(0x952d23fc) étoiles sur 5 can't believe it! 19 septembre 2004
Par carlosdarko - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I've been looking for this movie forever , I saw it like 5 or 6 years ago on tv and I got completely hooked on it,It was really impresive, it may seem kind of arty nowadays but it has segments witch you'll see later in taxi driver, there is also a very unpleaseant scene which involves some kind of street theatre ..., I definetely recommend this movie to Brian de Palma aficionados and lovers of strong performances.
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HASH(0x952d2534) étoiles sur 5 DePalma's 'Hello, Vietnam, I Don't Give A D*mn!' 28 novembre 2009
Par R. A. Bean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
OK, so you know, there was a time that Brian DePalma made films that didn't resemble Hitchcock fare. Storywise and style-wise. He was more of an avant-garde/guerrilla style filmmaker that made very daring, audacious films with very powerful statements (well, like his films still do to this day, but with more of that 'Hitchcock' flare). No, this leans more toward the Antonioni/Lelouch/Godard style of filmmaking.
And, so people will know, it was DePalma that discovered Robert DeNiro, NOT Martin Scorcese! DePalma cast a very young, unkown DeNiro in three of his first films, "The Wedding Party", "Greetings", and this one (which is a sequel to "Greetings" in a way). The 1960's were a great era for films! Especially the up-and-coming DePalma...This also features Jennifer Salt (also in DePalma's "The Wedding Party", "Greetings", and "Sisters"), Charles Durning (also in DePalma's "Sisters" and "The Fury"), Rutanya Alda (also in DePalma's "The Fury"), and Gerrit Graham (also in DePalma's "Greetings", "Phantom of the Paradise", and "Home Movies").
This is a very powerful, hard-hitting revolutionary film that deals with some very tough issues of the day that are still relevant today. Things like war, racism, obsession, paranoia, and equality among the Human race...And, yes, voyeurism! DePalma deals with voyeurism in the best possible sense than any other film director in the business. First, he makes us want to watch, then makes us almost afraid to turn away, but also afraid to keep watching, then he makes us feel disgusted for even wanting to watch. Yes, he so effectively exposes the deep sick desire that we as a people share in common: We love to be witnesses to any kind of event; spectators to the entertainment.
Whether it's television, film, and/or live events, we just can't help but watch. And, if asked to participate, well, that is just a crime! And, that, my friends, is the crime that DePalma commits so many times with his brilliant films! That is why he so effectively splits his audiences down the middle: He asks for participation from his audience...Don't just sit there like a nimbacile, actually try to 'solve' something, try to find the solution to the problem, try to, well, quit just letting your life pass you by as you just sit there as a witness to your own drama. Participate in Life!
For anyone who hasn't had the pleasure of seeing this film, be prepared to be shocked out of your seats by some very hard-hitting subjects, mainly that of racism in this country. The "Be Black, Baby" sequence is possibly one of the most daring, straight-forward approaches to dealing with this subject ever committed to film. Disturbing, hilarious, jolting, and very dramatic, this film turns itself inside out, exposing and exploring the art of filmmaking in and of itself. And, gives a whole new meaning to 'guerilla terrorism'!
Oh, this also pokes fun at the whole porn industry, something that Brian would continue to do many years later with his classic psychological erotic thriller "Body Double".
In the meantime, don't rent from slumlords, don't take a 'job' from someone you meet in a porn theater, don't fight in a senseless war, and, for God sakes, don't hate your neighbor just because their skin is a different color than yours! Then, maybe you can get on TV and say..."Hi, Mom!"....
Thank you! ;-)
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