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Laura, insieme al marito e al figlio adottivo Simón di sette anni, decide di ristrutturare il vecchio orfanotrofio, dove era cresciuta, per convertirlo in un centro per bambini disabili. La nuova casa e i suoi dintorni misteriosi, stimolano l'immaginazione di Simón che dice di giocare con amici invisibili. All'inizio Laura, pensando che sia tutto frutto della fantasia del bambino, non fa molto caso a queste parole. Ma quando iniziano a verificarsi alcuni strani episodi, Laura ha i primi dubbi, chiedendo aiuto a dei parapsicologi per capire cosa sta succedendo...

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79 internautes sur 83 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Subtlety-Crafted, Beautifully Atmospheric Ghost Story 22 juillet 2008
Par Captain Insanity - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Before I start I'd like to clear up a wildly popular misconception about this flick.
It was not directed by "Pans Labyrinth" director Guillermo Del Toro.
He only produced this.

That being said.....
This was the best ghost flick I've seen since "The Sixth Sense"
(yes better than "The Others" & "The Ring" too)
and easily one of the most atmospheric to date.
Every facet of this film is beautifully crafted,
Attention is painfully given to each detail
& every angle is expertly covered.
There isn't a single scene that is irrelevant,
regardless of how subtle some might seem.
The most seemingly insignficant of which,
are easily the MOST relevant.

The plot, the characters, the setting, the atmosphere;
everything was Genius, pure genius!!
I damn-near cried at the conclusion,
which in my opinion could have been viewed as either happy, or sad, or both.
All around, it's an excellent flick!!
A worthy addition to any cinephiles collection.
I personally couldnt recommend it enough!
especially for those who loved:
"Tale of Two Sisters",
"Skeleton Key",
"Devils Backbone", or
"Pans Labyrinth"

That which was lost, can always be found, because
That which was loved, can never be forgotten.
37 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Chilling, creepy, heartbreaking and, ultimately, exquisite 4 avril 2008
Par wolfgang731 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
A true gothic chiller in every sense of the word. From the beginning, the viewer is made aware that there's something very disturbing about "The Orphanage" and its sense of dread and doom prevail through the duration. Laura returns to the orphanage where she once lived with the hopes of establishing a home for children with special needs. In tow are her adorable son and her loving, if, at times, skeptical husband. Life couldn't seem sweeter as they settle into the foreboding structure they now call home. Shortly upon their arrival, the boy (Simon) prone to fits of fancy announces to his mother that he has met a boy that lives inside a seaside cave, which they stumbled upon shortly after their arrival. This friend, Tomas, whom no one but Simon can see, starts revealing things to him; things that he would have otherwise never known, including among them, that he was adopted and that he is ill and will soon die. After several other unsettling incidents, Simon announces that he now has five additional imaginary friends. One afternoon, while Laura is preparing to host a gathering for prospective residents, Simon enrages her and she strikes and scolds him before heading out to attend to the arriving guests. During the party she has an unsettling feeling when she sees a child with a sack mask seemingly staring at her. A child that we later realize no one but she can see and one that bears a striking similarity to one her son drew earlier in a portrait of his new friends. She runs back inside the house to seek out her son but is unable to find him, ending up in the bathroom. As she stands in the doorway she notices the child with the sack mask standing at the end of the hall and who slowly starts moving in her direction. After a brief altercation in which she is knocked inside the bathtub, the masked child closes and locks the door. Simon, we are later informed, is nowhere to be found and the parents are understandably crestfallen. What follows is a series of disturbing events that slowly illuminate all that has transpired, all while the landscape darkens and the sensation of tragedy and doom are heightened and the viewer is left to hold his breath. This is first rate story telling and the director's talents are in full evidence from the word go. This is textbook example of content over bombast. There a no special effects to speak of and gore non-existent. The characters are finely etched and the performances, uniformly excellent. From the imposing architecture of the house, to the rain swept, rocky coastline, solitary lighthouse and shadowy interiors, The Orphanage is a treat for the true lover of gothic horror and suspense. The conclusion is positively heartbreaking, yet equally beautiful and no one that sees it will soon forget it. Exquisite filmmaking, proving, once and for all, that restrain and subtlety pay dividends and when characters and not characterizations propel a story. If you loved The Devil's Backbone, The Others, The Sixth Sense or my personal favorite ghost story, The Changeling, you will more than love this wonderful atmospheric experience.
42 internautes sur 49 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Sophisticated and Carefully Constructed Ghost Story... 26 avril 2008
Par Woopak - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
THE ORPHANAGE is the latest supernatural film from Spain which definitely has the feel of Guillermo del Toro's influence. Directed by Juan Antonio Bayona, based on the screenplay by Sergio Sanchez; the film is an enchanting, creative gothic horror film that follows the footsteps of "The Devil's Backbone", "Pan's Labyrinth" and "The Others". Much like the aforementioned films, "The Orphanage" has a theme to it, it is not a fast-paced horror thriller with the usual clichés. The film is a clever, inspired production that gives a "nudge" towards our imagination. After all, our imagination and innocence gets lost when we grow up, corrupted by our own personal experiences.

Returning to her childhood home; a mysterious seaside orphanage, Laura (Belen Ruede) and her husband Carlos (Fernando Cayo) has plans to reopen the orphanage to help underprivileged children as well as those children with special handicap. They have an adopted son named Simon (Roger Pincep), who is also suffering from HIV and has quite a "posse" of imaginary friends. When strange incidents happen in their home, and Simon mysteriously disappears, Laura must confront the secrets of her past and the otherworldly secrets of the orphanage before it destroys everything that she cares for...

The Orphanage's plot is complex and intelligent, with a powerful script that grabs the viewer that may even give the feeling of a fable. The film has multiple themes as to what it is trying to say; such as listen to what children are telling you, interpretations of childhood and adulthood fears, and the danger of being stationary as time passes you by. The film is more of a mother's point of view of a certain fairy tale that takes a stab at our imagination and the things we take for granted. The film's execution is full of intrigue that is a welcome break from all the Asian horror remakes that Hollywood has bombarded us with. The proceedings have a creepy and eerie feel at times, dare I say also seductive?

The film is also emotionally driven and it does take its time for us to get to know the characters. Laura played by Belen Ruede is a mother bent on helping children, the actress definitely expresses the needed emotions in supporting its carefully constructed story. While the film may support a slight pacing issue, I can excuse this minor fault since this film is Juan Antonio Bayona's full length directorial debut. Laura is a mother very much in tuned to her emotions while her husband Carlos is more of the rational kind. Once Simon disappears, the film takes off into a more intense but curiously enchanting pace; as Laura searches and obsesses in finding her son. The introduction of resident psychic Aurora and the policewoman, Pilar adds more controversy on the plate, since they were obviously set to confuse Laura and the viewer's opinions. Just who is Aurora? Is she a real medium or is she a con artist?

It is very difficult to review "The Orphanage" without spoiling a lot of its effect. I believe I should stop here, before I say anything else. Suffice it to say that if you are expecting something scary on a very graphic scale or if you are expecting an experience that will give you non-stop visual chills, this film may not be for you. Don't get me wrong, the film does have its share of credible chills and shock value but it's the kind that stabs in your imagination. This type of feature will entangle you into its web and the more you're entangled, the better you'll enjoy it. The film is a genuine attempt in creeping you out more than scaring the pants out of you. It is a perfect execution of spirit world storytelling that leaves you an emotionally driven climax with a sensation of terror and disturbing comfort.

Highly Recommended! [4 Stars]

Video/Audio: 2.35 anamorphic widescreen. Clean and impressive transfer with accurate colors. The 5.1 Dolby Digital Spanish Language track is very powerful and clear. Subtitles are excellent.
Features: Making of/Make up effects/interviews/auditions/marketing spots
16 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
My Favorite Ghost Story.... Ever. 17 mars 2008
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
I've seen thousands of horror movies over the years and currently this is my absolute favorite. Although technically a 'suspense thriller', this film will no doubt be catagorized with other ghost-oriented films. Not a lot of gore here. No graphic violence, either. What we have here is mostly atmosphere; and it's intensely unnerving. There are no 'quick-edit' scenes that seem to be in every horror movie these days. No cheap startles designed to make the viewer jump. It's just an incredible story of a mother's love for her child with the backdrop of a haunted house. There's not a single wasted scene in this film. Everything has its place and meaning. It's so masterfully put together that even if you're not moved by the story itself, you'll be transfixed by the actual techniques used in this film. This is not a 'special-effects' feature; just simplistic filmaking that could have easily been done forty years ago and still manage to creep the hell out of the audience decades later. See this movie. I cannot recommend it enough.

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Children of the Damned 30 décembre 2007
Par Alex Udvary - Publié sur Amazon.com
Despite what you may have heard from critics, I've found 2007 to be a disappointing year. I have been unable to find one film that truly touched me. Every year I like to make a "top ten" list on amazon of my favorite films of the year. This year I can't do it. I cannot think of ten films that touched me on a personal and profound level. For all the talk this year about films such as "Juno" and "No Country for Old Men", both which I found to be a little over-rated, nothing spoke to me. No film involved me from beginning to end. That is until I saw this film.

Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Orphanage" is a magical nightmare. What appears to be taking us on a journey to hell actually becomes a sentimental, poignant, creepy, psychological, suspenseful, horror masterpiece. It is the best film of the year! And to think, this is the feature lenght debut film of Bayona's. He doesn't have many short films to his credit, he has even directed a music video, but, if he continues to make films of this quality, we have a new talent on our hands and I will eagerly await each and every single one of his films.

"The Orphanage" stars Belen Rueda as Laura. Laura grew up in a orphanage and has decided to move back to the orphanage to live and start her own orphanage along with her husband, Carlos (Fernando Cayo) and their adopted son, Simon (Roger Princep). Laura wants to give back. She knows the struggles these children go through. It is the least she can do for them.

Sadly Laura's good intentions don't work out. Her son talks of imaginary friends who like to play treasure hunt games and walk around with sack masks. They also tell the boy secrets which his parents do not think he is old enough to understand. One day Simon's child care worker shows up, Benigna (Montserrat Carulla) inquiring about they boy. And this is where our journey really starts to begin.

To say more about the plot would be a fool's mistake. I'd ruin it for you. The film works best when you just know the basics of the plot. What I would like to discuss though is the way Bayona sets up the film. It is a wounderous blend of horror, shock and drama and psychological suspense. The film never goes for an easy scare. The film plays with our mind. Just when we think some cliche cinematic scare is going to happen it doesn't. It is the unknown which scares us. The "what if" factor. What if that was me, what would I do? Once we put ourselves into the character's shoes we are hooked.

The film was produced by Guillermo de Toro who gave us one of last year's masterpieces "Pan's Labyrinth". There are some similarities between the two films. The messages are just about the same but I won't go into details for fear of spoiling the film.

The performances across the board are effective. Everyone is believeable in their character adding a certain human dimension which fleshes them out. The most effective performance though is given by Rueda as the mother. We go on this journey with her every step of the way. We feel her pain and share her delight at every turn. And I haven't been able to say that about many other characters I've seen in films this year.

Unfortunately critics haven't been hyping the film the way they have others, a shame. I hope audiences will seek the film out on their own. That is why much is being made of the fact de Toro produced it, hoping audiences will associate it with "Pan's Labyrinth" and go see it. The film has gotten a few award nominations including the Chicago Film Critics award for "Best Foreign Film" and it almost swept the Barcelona Film Awards taking "Best Picture". It is even Spain's official Oscar entry for next year's show.

Will my review inspire others to see the film? I doubt it. But if enough people tell their friends about it the film could pick up a lot of word of mouth. The audience I saw this film with seemed very pleased with it. We all jumped out of our seats at the right moments and got choked up at the sentimental moments. The entire audience was engaged, a few people were shouting at the screen. This should be a real audience pleaser. And that's why I think it's the year's best film!

Bottom-line: The best film of 2007! No film has come as close to touching me on a personal level. Juan Antonio Bayona has made a magical nightmare. A sentimental, poignant, creepy, psychological, suspenseful, horror masterpiece.
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