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  • Acteurs : Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, Peter Sarsgaard, Alia Shawkat, Logan Miller
  • Réalisateurs : Kelly Reichardt
  • Format : Couleur, Cinémascope, PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1), Français (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • 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 : 1.78:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Potemkine Films
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 2 septembre 2014
  • Durée : 107 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 1.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • ASIN: B00LCI5WR0
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Entretien avec la réalisatrice Kelly Reichardt (17')
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Night Moves, 1 DVD, 107 minutes


Josh travaille dans une ferme biologique en Oregon. Au contact des activistes qu'il fréquente, ses convictions écologiques se radicalisent. Déterminé à agir, il s'associe à Dena, une jeune militante, et à Harmon, un homme au passé trouble. Ensemble, ils décident d'exécuter l'opération la plus spectaculaire de leur vie...

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2 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par JONES1514 le 17 octobre 2014
Format: DVD
Encore un dvd présenté avec un visuel jaquette différent de la réalité ainsi que possédant une piste audio en français, ce qui est totalement faux !!!!
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19 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Explosions heard... 5 novembre 2014
Par Chris Wilson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
About 10 years ago, I read perhaps the greatest article I've ever encountered in Rolling Stone magazine involving a clique of home-grown U.S. eco-terrorists. They were essentially cut from the same cloth - Caucasian, college educated and upper middle-class. Once they decided to enter a life of crime, which included the bombing of hotels and ski resorts constructed on virgin land, it was only a matter of time before they were caught by the FBI. One soul, who quoted from what was then the current Spike Lee film Malcolm X, was soon captured. Once he faced the reality of a life behind bars for terrorism, he committed suicide.

The truth of a criminal (or revolutionary) life as opposed to, I don't know, the romantic ideal espoused by such Hollywood films as The Town (2010) or The Dark Knight, are two entirely different things. How far is one willing to go? And once you've crossed such a line, what are the consequences?

Kelly Reichardt's immensely fascinating 2013 drama "Night Moves" details this ominous line, crossed by three eco-terrorists portrayed by Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard. These moody Oregon free-spirits have hatched a plan to bomb a local dam as a political statement against the evils of environmental capitalism. In scenes so perfectly suspenseful they should be studied in film class, they pack a boat with hundreds of pounds of fertilizer and dynamite and quietly motor to the dam in the dead of night. The consequences for such an act lead to paranoia, tragedy and what appears to be a terrifying form of suburban enslavement.

This is the third Reichardt film I've seen in the last couple of years, including Wendy and Lucy (2008) and Meek's Cutoff (2010), and what a discovery. She's not only one of the great directors of her generation, but I am going to go sexist and say she is the greatest female director in history. Her films, independent, quiet and challenging, possess the power of Stanley Kubrick's languid eye (Stanley Kubrick: The Complete Films). Like his almost impossible-to-match films, Reichardt's works leave an undeniable impression that will provoke thought for months afterward.

While Kubrick delved into satire, war, science fiction and horror, leisurely-paced scenes would go on for minutes at a time leading to conclusions difficult to fathom. When you awaken the morning after, only then, do you start to realize just what he was up to. I have the same feeling with Reichardt's work, her subtle strokes painted with a quiet touch so uncommon today. They say she's a minimalist director, which I suppose can be defined as the explosions are heard rather than seen.

It's not a news flash to say these three superb actors, Eisenberg, Fanning and Sarsgaard, deliver fine performances in what must have been extremely challenging roles. I also love the lush locales, filmed with earthy grace by Christopher Blauvelt. This is a beautiful world poisoned by an ideal that will ironically destroy the landscape. And ultimately, it destroys lives.
12 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Brooding Thriller that Runs out of Film 7 juillet 2014
Par McGillicutty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"Night Moves" is a film that, much like "Meek's Cutoff", will probably generate a lot of division between viewers. There will be those captivated by the simple, straightforward storytelling that relies on the tension. Josh (Jesse Eisenberg) and two co-horts Dena (Dakota Fanning) and Harmon (Peter Sarsgaard) plot to blow up a dam in Oregon. Others will probably dismiss this effort as dull, pretentious and stretching 45 minutes of plot into 2 hours for little reason at all.

The truth probably lies in the middle as the first half of "Night Moves" is actually quite good. We know little about the three characters and start with their final preparations to blow up the dam. The tension builds as they obtain the final amount of fertilizer needed for the explosives that they pack into a boat and press up against the dam. This part of the film is very well crafted with good cinematography, a brooding atmosphere and characters who certainly feel the weight of what they are trying to accomplish while not realizing the full consequences.

However, the second part of the film drags and is flawed almost precisely because of what made the first half work. Since we know little to nothing about them, when things start to come undone we simply do not care. There was no passion, no drive, no real purpose to the crime they committed, so how are we suppose to feel for them when an unexpected consequence of their actions shifts the intentions of what their statement was suppose to be?

Another strange part of the film is a scene with Josh's employer who seemingly knows what is going on and uses language direct enough to imply the weight of the crime that has been committed. But how could he really know? Assuming he did given how he supposedly found out, then why isn't the entire town on Josh's head for this? Yet, no one else seems to know which is bizarre.

I suppose I could blame Jesse Eisenberg for turning in a performance that is so quiet and brooding that it's really difficult to see any change in his personality both before and after the sabotage takes place. Because it is difficult to feel for him, his fate becomes less interesting as the movie plods towards its final conclusion. The climax of the film which should be a real shocking moment instead comes across almost as an afterthought.

Poor Alia Shawkat has the thankless role of "Surprise" and works with Josh at the farm, but she is give little to do. The rest of the cast performs well and all of them have this dour attitude which does fit in with the endless amount of rain that happens throughout the movie.

Of course, with Kelly Reichard at the helm we get another "film runs out" ending just like "Meek's Crossing". Frankly, it's a little too pretentious even for my tastes and felt like a cop-out to make the film more "indie" in nature. This is because if that is the ending we are going to get, it could have happened earlier in the film without changing any of the impact.

I was disappointed with "Night Moves", which is actually a terrible name for this film although there is a logical reason for it. This is certainly a film with two separate halves which starts with real promise, but drags after that until the camera runs out of film.
14 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
You've seen this (done better) dozens of times.... 2 octobre 2014
Par V Murphy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Tread-worn plot warmed-over for current environmentalism. Shallow characters, dark & brooding , but not an original dimension explored . Moves slower than any movie I have seen in decades.
Spoiler Alert: Idealistic hero takes action to (fill in the blank....to save the environment , stop the Vietnam War , battle globalization, address global warming , blow up the industrial factory taking union jobs, etc, etc, etc)...Innocent gets hurt , and hero loses everything (including his ideals) and must hide by blending into the very system he was fighting.
Two hours wasted.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Let go of your expectations and enjoy the tension 28 décembre 2014
Par David Kessler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Kelly Reichardt is one of my favorite living directors. I think knowing her previous work (Wendy and Lucy, Old Joy) prepared me for this one. Her work is slow and methodical and extremely subtle. Those might not be not qualities that reviewers here hold in high regard. Night Moves presents itself as an action thriller and while it is a really tense movie, people should not expect that formula here. Most of the action takes place in the character's minds and this film even had more "things happen" than any of her others.
I do agree with one commenter who pointed out that there are much better targets for an ecoterrorist than a dam but that's not really the point I think.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not a complete waste of time (if you are also doing something else while it's playing) 11 septembre 2014
Par T. Fulton - Publié sur Amazon.com
The acting was excellent. And they did a great job of a creating a very realistic back-to-the-earth counter culture community. The real weak part was that you never got a good fix on the two main characters. I'm sure they were supposed to morph over the course of the movie, as they were weighted down with guilt and disillusionment but it was not continuous. It was abrupt enough so that the viewer is continually asking himself “now why would this character do that?” A much better movie, with similar dynamics is “A Simple Plan” released in 1998. I can't spoil the ending to this; it seriously did not have one.
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