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Rumble Fish [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Mickey Rourke, Diane Lane, Dennis Hopper, Matt Dillon, Vincent Spano
  • Réalisateurs : Francis Ford Coppola
  • Format : Closed-captioned, Couleur, Dolby, Format-enveloppe, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Universal Studios
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 9 septembre 1998
  • Durée : 94 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: 0783228473
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 294.354 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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SYNOPSIS: In this second of Francis Ford Coppola's back-to-back screen adaptations of novels by S. E. Hinton, the grand romanticism of The Outsiders was flipped to create an expressionist, monochrome vision of youthful passion and melancholy, and became one of Coppola's most personal and dazzling works.

Against a run-down, industrial Tulsa, Oklahoma, Coppola presents a vivid portrait of troubled teenage gang leader Rusty James (Matt Dillon) as he struggles with cohorts, rival gangs, his frustrated girlfriend Patty (Diane Lane), his estranged father (Dennis Hopper), and the return of his idolised older brother The Motorcycle Boy (Mickey Rourke).

An audacious depiction of gang violence, dead-end lives, and the ties that bind, Rumble Fish remains a cult favourite and features magnificent cinematography by Stephen H. Burum, a Golden Globe-winning score by Stewart Copeland, and a remarkable cast that also includes Nicolas Cage, Chris Penn, Tom Waits, and Laurence Fishburne. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the world-première release of Rumble Fish on Blu-ray & Blu-ray SteelBook.

SPECIAL BLU-RAY EDITION FEATURES:

  • New HD transfer of the film officially licensed from Universal and presented in 1080p in its original aspect ratio
  • Original stereo and 5.1 surround soundtracks, presented in DTS-HD Master Audio
  • Music and effects track
  • Audio commentary by Francis Ford Coppola
  • On Location in Tulsa, a video piece featuring new and vintage interviews and behind-the-scenes footage
  • The Percussion-Based Score, a video piece on the film's soundtrack
  • Six deleted scenes
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • English subtitles for the deaf and hearing-impaired on the feature
  • PLUS: A lavish booklet featuring the words of Francis Ford Coppola, rare archival imagery, and more…

Synopsis

A Tulsa, Oklahoma, vive Rusty James, un sedicenne irrequieto e vitalissimo, scarso negli studi ma capo di una piccola banda di coetanei, implicata in risse e sfide notturne. Rusty, che vive con il padre, ex avvocato e alcoolizzato, abbandonato dalla moglie, ha una vera adorazione per il fratello maggiore, partito con la sua moto per la California e "leader" di ben altra banda. Durante l'ennesima rissa, "Motorcycle boy" arriva per rientrare "in famiglia": è deluso dalle esperienze fatte, malgrado i suoi 21 anni. Rusty intanto si è innamorato di una ragazza, Patty, ma se ne stanca quasi subito. Quando viene ferito durante una rissa, si attacca alla bottiglia, continua la sua vita, a volte più spavalda che cattiva, ma parla con il padre e con il fratello della madre lontana e perduta, senza mai cessare la sua idolatria per il fratello. Una notte, il fratello penetra in un negozio di animali, per liberare i "pesci da combattimento" siamesi. Motorcycle boy ruba una vaschetta ma, quando va per gettare i pesci nel fiume, la revolverata di un poliziotto di ronda lo uccide. Rusty prenderà i pesci e la moto di suo fratello e andrà in California. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.

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Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Tourné en noir et blanc, ce film mérite une place à part dans les CDthèques. Intense du début à la fin, il crée une fascination qui ne se dément pas lorsqu'on le revoit, des années après. Il frôle le génie, pour ne pas dire qu'il le dépasse. La vraie vie n'est pas ailleurs qu'ici et maintenant. A travers une histoire de gangs c'est une réflexion sur l'homme, une nostalgie de demain. Les personnages vivent dans un présent indéterminé, à la limite de l'onirique.

Le film met en scène le livre d'une météore, Susan Eloise Hinton qui à la fin des années 60, alors qu'elle n'avait même pas dix-huit ans, a écrit The Outsiders, suivi quelques années plus tard de Rumble Fish et Tex. J'ai aussitôt acheté ces trois courts romans et je n'ai pas été déçu. Outsiders a été vendu à 14 millions d'exemplaires la première année et continue à se vendre au rythme de 500 000 par an... Suzan Hinton a écrit le script de Rumble Fish avec Francis Ford Coppola.
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Je ne reviendrais pas sur la qualité cultissime et la beauté picturale de ce film de Coppola sortie en France en 1984 sous le titre Rusty James, mais d'une sortie toujours inexistante en Blu Ray France....Seul un dvd universal comprenant le film et une bande annonce est disponible sur le territoire...c'est dommage, en espérant un réveil des éditeurs pour nous faire profiter en HD de ce joyau....
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HASH(0x9456345c) étoiles sur 5 Rumble Fish: a world without coventional distance 6 avril 2005
Par John Galvin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
There was a time, before and after the "Godfather" Parts I and II, when Francis Ford Coppola was a highly experimental filmmaker who could approach subjects on a smaller, subtler scale that would loom soulfully large in close-up. "Rumblefish", like "The Conversation", is a very good example. It's the story essentially of Rusty James, a 16-year-old living in a tenement in Oklahoma. Despite his youth, he has the vices of a much older man--drinking, smoking, fighting, and womanizing without any interference from what few adults remain in his life. His father is a lawyer, living on welfare, an alcoholic. His mother left when he was too young to remember. And he has only the memory of a legendary brother to give him guidance. Unfortunately Rusty hasn't the reputed intelligence of his mother or father or older brother, and so misunderstands the aura surrounding the legend and the stuff of which it was built. Rusty thinks the great accomplishment of his brother, otherwise known as the "motorcycle boy", was his presiding over a gang at a time when the gangs ran the streets. And he wants desperately to follow in that path. But little by little, his friends, his father, and the returning "motorcycle boy" himself show Rusty that he hasn't the intellect to lead the gang or the soul to be his brother. The "motorcycle boy" is regarded on the streets as royalty in exile. His father sees him as a great miscast figure in a play: as someone able to do anything, but unable to find anything he wants to do. And, in a final dispiriting mission, the "motorcycle boy" tells Rusty that he's wasted his time waiting for his return. He's no one's hero; no one's answer; no one's leader. If you're going to lead a people, you have to have somewhere to go. And it is perhaps at this point that we realize we're not so much watching the story of Rusty James as we are the world of the "motorcycle boy". We're really looking at the world through his eyes and ears, through the eyes and ears of a man who is colorblind and mildly deaf. We're looking at a world shot in black and white, where figures are back-lit to look gunmetal gray against flat backdrops, and move like white clouds racing across the gray sky in sequences shot through time-lapse photography. Shadows appear as thick as the things they skirt, some of which Copola actually had painted on the walls in a kind of distorted monochrome that is reminiscent of early German Expressionist cinema. Angles are drawn sharp and askew, and background action is framed in deep focus--through, beyond, or around a profile, an arm or a broken figure. And all noises--great and small--pull forward, thwarting any sense of conventional distance, time or relative scale of values. We hear water dripping, billiard balls clacking, machinery turning, delivered in the thick half-echo of a blues harp, having no greater or lesser value than the dialogue it serves to syncopate. The sense is very strong that we are seeing and hearing things as the "motorcycle boy" sees and hears them: through a broken but acute sense of perception, as the father in a rare moment of lucidity calls it. There is always a sense that we are seeing and hearing the guts of the city, the innards of the compacted humanity, and all the mitigated impulses that surrender to drink and drugs and sex and violence for want of some bigger, wider, unprecious circumstance, such as the "motorcycle boy" suspects would prevent the Rumblefish, his term for Japanese fighting fish, from killing one another.
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HASH(0x94563864) étoiles sur 5 "He's like royalty in exile..." 28 juin 2004
Par Cubist - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Francis Ford Coppola's Rumble Fish was booed by its audience when it debuted at the New York Film Festival and in turn was viciously crucified by North American critics upon general release. They resisted the allure of such a dreamy, atmospheric film that works on so many levels. It is also Coppola's most personal and experimental project--on par with the likes of Apocalypse Now. Rumble Fish curiously remains one of Coppola's often overlooked films. This may be due to the fact that it refuses to conform to mainstream tastes and stubbornly challenges the Hollywood system with its moody black and white cinematography and non-narrative approach.
Rumble Fish curiously remains one of Coppola's often overlooked films. It refuses to conform to mainstream tastes and stubbornly challenges the Hollywood system with its moody black and white cinematography and non-narrative approach.
It was a movie clearly ahead of its time: a stylish masterpiece that is obsessed with the notion of time, loyalty, and family. Perhaps the most distinctive feature of Coppola's film is that it presents a world that refers to the past, present, and future while remaining timeless in nature.
Right from the first image, Rumble Fish is a film that exudes style and ambience. It opens on a beautiful shot of wispy clouds rushing overhead, captured via time lapse photography to the experimental, percussive soundtrack that envelopes the whole film. This creates the feeling of not only time running out, but also a sense of timelessness.
As always, Coppola assembled an impressive ensemble cast for his film. From The Outsiders, he kept Matt Dillon, Diane Lane, Glenn Withrow, William Smith and Tom Waits, while casting actors like Mickey Rourke and Vincent Spano, who were overlooked for roles in the film for one reason or another. They all fill out their roles admirably, but Mickey Rourke in particular is mesmerizing as the Motorcycle Boy. He portrays the character as a calm, low key figure that seems to be constantly distracted as if he is in another world or reality.
Every scene is filled with dreamy imagery that never gets too abstract but, instead, draws the viewer into this strange world. Coppola uses colour to emphasize certain images, like the Siamese fighting fish in the pet store--some of the only colour in the film--to create additional layers in this complex, detailed world.
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HASH(0x945638dc) étoiles sur 5 Chemistry and Vision 24 février 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
What makes a five star film? How about a cast starring Matt Dillon, Mikey Rourke, Dennis Hopper (and a cameo appearance by Tom Waits!), a soundtrack by Stewart Copeland (with a bit of Stan Rigeway!), a story by S.E. Hinton, and directed by Fracis Ford Coppola. This film is magic. It is modern impressionism shot in a timeless realm- a blackboard sky. Its more than rouge street kid getting into rumbles, its a story of fish that need to be set free, so they can swim to the ocean where there are no dividing lines. When this movie first came out in the early eighties, it got negative reviews and a cold public welcoming. As you can see here -an almost five star consensus- it was very ahead of its time. This movie probably hit the establishment like a bomb, which at the time was very conservative. All that aside, this is an extraordinary film- a true art piece of the silver screen- livid, bullish, and moving.
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HASH(0x94563870) étoiles sur 5 New Special Edition of "RUMBLE FISH" is awesome! 6 septembre 2005
Par Mr. M. W. Jeeves - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The new Special Edition of Francis Ford Coppola's "RUMBLE FISH" is superb! It is awesome even!

SYNOPSIS: Academy Award winner Francis Ford Coppola ("The Godfather" trilogy) directs this unforgettable story of a young man's struggle to live up to his adored brother's reputation in an impoverished industrial town. Matt Dillon (Wild Things, Crash) and Mickey Rourke (Angel Heart, Sin City) are Rusty James and The Motorcycle Boy, and lead an all-star cast including Nicolas Cage (Con Air, Face Off), Dennis Hopper (Speed, Blue Velvet) and Oscar nominee Diane Lane (Unfaithful, Under the Tuscan Sun). This extraordinary adaptation of the best-seller by S.E. Hinton features a Golden Globe-winning score by Stewart Copeland of The Police, and reminds us that if you're going to lead people, you have to have somewhere to go. "Rumble Fish" is a gorgeous shot and realised movie that has attained a lasting cult following. You will either love it or loathe it as it is undoubtedly a movie that polarises audiences. If you want something different and interesting then "Rumble Fish" might just be the movie for you!

PICTURE: The remastered anamorphic picture quality is stunning! It is so detailed and 3 dimensional! The cinematography literally comes alive and you feel you could walk through the screen and be in the movie. On my 55 inch DLP screen this DVD is one of the best looking transfers of an 80's film I have seen and it blows the old DVD releases' picture out of the water. A huge improvement and an allround great picture of a stunning looking film!

SOUND: The sound quality is also superb. The film has obviously had a lot of care taken over it and this all new Dolby Digital 5.1 sound transfer is first rate. Every sound seems to be coming from all around you while the dialogue is crystal clear and nicely anchored to the centre. The surrounds are consistently in use for both effects and the films weird and wonderful score. Again a huge improvement over the original DVD.

MENUS: The DVD menu's are classy and are perfect for the film. They are not highly animated but they scroll through the films all-star cast so everyone gets a look in - DILLON, ROURKE, LANE, CAGE etc etc. I like DIANE LANE in her bikini best on the "Special Features" menu!

EXTRA FEATURES: We have a tremendous running commentary by director FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA. This is amongst his best commentaries and is maybe even better than his "Godfather" commentaries. He obviously loves "RUMBLE FISH" and is very passionate about it. Everything is covered including funny anecdotes, getting the cool cast together, the cinematography choices and the story itself. A great commentary by someone who knows how to do them right!

We next have a wonderful "Making of..." documentary which runs about 30 minutes. It is very insightful and has vintage behind the scenes clips and interviews with Cage, Dillon, Rourke, Fishburne and Diane Lane. There is also producer and crew input. A very good documentary of this type. Well put together and informative!

We than have an excellent "Percussion Score Featurette" which is presented in anamorphic video. This includes very interesting interviews with the films mixing engineer and Stewart Copeland of the Police. He talks about working with Coppola and they revisit the original tapes to show how the films weird and wonderful soundtrack was created. Excellent featurette on an unsung part of film production.

The "Deleted Scenes" are frustrating. There are six in total and they run a fair while as whole chunks of footage was deleted. (Especially the character of Steve). The deleted scenes are all uniformly excellent scenes that would not be out of place in the finished film. The scenes are very well acted and well produced but you are left wishing that they had used "seamless branching" to give you the option of putting them back in. Sadly the quality is not as great as the film itself, and they are presented non-anamorphic and with a time code at the bottom. Worth seeing though.

We then have a good quality trailer (the same as the original DVD), some DVD credits and the Stan Ridgway "Don't Box Me In" video presented fullframe and with excellent picture quality and sound quality. The cover is similar to the last DVD but makes a bigger thing of the films all star cast.

All in all, this is an excellent Special Edition of a strange and beautiful film that you will either love or hate. It is a HUGE improvement over the old release in everyway possible and the picture, sound and supplements are superb! Highly recommended for fans of the film, cast or Coppola!
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HASH(0x94563da4) étoiles sur 5 Francis Ford's masterpiece 12 octobre 2005
Par Steven P. Flocco - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I've always felt that this was a very underrated movie. Very innovative for it's time. Besides that, this dvd is worth buying almost exclusively for Francis Ford's Commentary. That made the Godfather DVD's worth buying and this is no different. his commentary gives you an insider's look at a genius film maker at work. Plus his warmth as a human being as always comes through very strong. Can watch it over and over.
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