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  • Acteurs : John Lurie, Eszter Balint, Richard Edson, Cecilia Stark, Danny Rosen
  • Réalisateurs : Jim Jarmusch
  • Format : PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 1.0), 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 : 1.77:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : BAC Films
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 6 mai 2008
  • Durée : 86 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.8 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B0016YEO9C
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Eva, seize ans, quitte la Hongrie et retrouve son cousin Willie installé depuis dix ans aux Etats-Unis. Inadaptés a cette terre de désillusions, ils partent de Miami découvrir le paradis de la Floride, royaume du jeu et du dernier espoir d'un exil douloureux. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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Par Semper Victor COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 10 COMMENTATEURS le 19 avril 2012
Format: DVD
Un Américain accueille à New-York sa cousine de Budapest qui à émigré aux Etats-Unis alors que de son côté il cherche à oublier ses origines hongroises : il en découle un difficile conflit entre l'identité héritée et celle recherchée ou affichée.

Il s'ensuit également un road movie à travers l'Ohio, puis la Floride, au sont des chansons de Sreaming Jay Hawkins. Le film de Jarmusch est un film de genre sans message particulier, relativement daté mais qui reste très plaisant à voir.

John Lurie et Eszter Balint sont tous les deux brillants dans leurs rôles. L'image (noir et blanc) et l'esthétique du film sont parfaites.
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Je déplore juste que je n'aie pas pu obtenir ce DVD en Suisse !!! (serait-ce du racisme ?) J'ai donc dû trouver une adresse ne France pour l'obtenir ....
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Des paysages tristes et dépouillés en noir et blanc, des acteurs qui restent des scènes entières sans rien dire, Jarmush fait malgré lui une excellente caricature de ce genre de films où rien ne se passe.

Le film se veut être une profonde réflexion sur l'amitié. Seulement, les personnages sont tellement égoïstes (bien que jamais ils n'aient pour autant le courage de se laisser dévisager par la caméra) qu'aucun état de véritable confiance n'est jamais rendu possible entre eux.

Alors, sans que rien ne se soit jamais vraiment construit, on se sépare à la fin du film, l'un par vanité, l'autre parce qu'il s'est bêtement laissé plaqué, la dernière avec ce qui se voudrait être un semblant de nostalgie.
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Par Un client le 6 novembre 2003
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Le second long métrage de Jarmush et l'un de ses meilleurs films, comme toujours à la fois drôle et plein de sens. Un beau portrait d'immigrés aux Etats-Unis et du vide du rêve américain...
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HASH(0x959edcfc) étoiles sur 5 Brilliant, hilarious study of aimlessness & anomie 25 décembre 2002
Par Lleu Christopher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
This deceptively simple movie, Jim Jarmusch's first, has been called the first modern independent film. Shot in black and white, it follows the nonadventures of three completely aimless characters, Willie, Eddie and Willie's cousin Eva. The first scenes mostly show Willie lying in bed or smoking a cigarette in his dingy Brooklyn apartment. His friend Eddie visits and they sit silently drinking beer. When Cousin Eva from Hungary arrives, the three of them sit around watching television. Not very exciting maybe, but there is a subtle genius to the way this film progresses. Eva goes to Cleveland to live with her aunt; Eddie and Willie decide to visit her. Soon the three drive down to Florida. Each landscape is portrayed as desolate and depressing. The shots look like black and white photos from the Old West, or perhaps the depression. Gradually the three interact and display emotion, though it is all within the rigid confines of their incredibly limited existence. There is quite a bit of deadpan humor, which works precisely because the actors seem unaware of it. The performances are all completely natural and understated, containing none of the self-conscious hipness of many more recent art films. This is probably the closest any film has come to portraying a pure existentialism that is both funny and tragic. These characters utterly lack any sense of purpose, ambition or connectedness to a wider world. What's more and what is a little disturbing is the way this film, if you get into the spirit of it, makes you seriously question whether anyone can truly break through these limits. On one level, we can wonder at and laugh at the apparent stupidity of these people as they sit in silence or engage in ridiculous conversations about nothing. On another level these scenes have an honesty and simple intensity that makes you (or me at least) suspect that the grandiose plans, action and meaning that fills the screen in most other films is mainly pomp and vanity. I admire the way Jarmusch allows nothing to happen much of the time. It's a refreshing contrast to mainstream films filled with mindless action, tediously hip dialogue and "meaningful" relationships. Not that all films should be like Stranger Than Paradise; but its unique style puts other films --and life--into a new and greater perspective.
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HASH(0x959edd50) étoiles sur 5 Engrossing Film By Jarmusch 17 novembre 2000
Par Reviewer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
An excellent example of why independent films are so invaluable, "Stranger Than Paradise," written and directed by Jim Jarmusch, is a bare-bones production that never would have found the light of day in the mainstream. Essentially a character study, the story is a glimpse into the lives of three people: Willie (John Lurie); his cousin, Eva (Eszter Balint), recently arrived in New York from Hungary; and Willie's friend, Eddie (Richard Edson). After a couple of weeks in the Big Apple with Willie, Eva moves to Cleveland to live with their Aunt; a year later, Willie and Eddie are off to visit her. One thing leads to another, and the trio wind up in Florida (the designated paradise of the title). Watching this film is like spending time with some people you know; the characters are real people, so much so that watching them becomes almost voyeuristic, the camera somehow intrusive, exposing as it does the private lives of these individuals. It succinctly captures their lack of ambition, the ambiguity with which they approach life, and the fact that they seemingly have no prospects for the future beyond whatever a lucky day at the track affords them. The action, such as it is, is no more than what you would find in the average day of someone's life. The dialogue is what drives the film, though frankly, nothing they have to say is very interesting. And yet, this is an absolutely engrossing film; sometimes amusing, at times hilarious, but mesmerizing throughout. The performances are entirely credible, and again, you never have the sense that these are actors, but rather real people who happen to have had some moments from their lives filmed and presented to the audience for perusal. Jarmusch has an innate sense of capturing the essence of the everyday and transforming the most simplistic and mundane events into refreshingly documented, worthwhile viewing. It's an inspired piece of film making, helped to some extent by the stark black&white photography that adds to the realism of the overall proceedings. The use of brief blackouts during transitions works effectively, as well as providing the film with a unique signature. Original music is by Lurie, but the highlight is the use of the song "I Put A Spell On You," by Screamin' Jay Hawkins, used recurringly throughout the movie, and which exemplifies that special touch Jarmusch brings to his projects. And there's a superb bit of irony at the end that really makes this gem sparkle. The supporting cast includes Cecillia Stark (Aunt Lotte), Danny Rosen (Billy), Tom DiCillo (Airline Agent), Richard Boes (Factory Worker) and Rockets Redglare, Harvey Perr and Brian J. Burchill (as the Poker players). "Stranger Than Paradise" may not be to everyone's liking, but to those seeking an alternative to the typical Hollywood big-budget fare available, it just may fit the bill and provide a satisfying, entertaining experience.
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HASH(0x959fd1a4) étoiles sur 5 The Honeymooners by way of Ozu 7 septembre 2007
Par Cubist - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Stranger Than Paradise not only announced the arrival of an original filmmaker with Jim Jarmusch, but also signaled the arrival of a new wave of American independent cinema along with the Coen brothers' Blood Simple and Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It. Jarmusch's film came as a response to the impersonal commercial filmmaking of the Hollywood studios. His film was originally nothing more than a 30-minute short film shot from 40 minutes of extraneous film stock donated by German filmmaker Wim Wenders. Eventually, Jarmusch came into a small sum of money -- $120,000 worth -- and was able to complete the film.

Described by Jarmusch as The Honeymooners by way of Ozu, Stranger introduced his trademark style: minimal sets and long, uninterrupted takes with very little camera movement that are punctuated by the occasional fade to black. It is a funky mix of deadpanned American humour and a European visual sensibility. Stranger was made during the dawn of MTV and its success seems rather odd considering that it was the antithesis of most films being made in America at the time. The rather slow, meandering pace of Stranger did not conform to the quick cut, music video style that was fashionable at the time. His characters also lacked any sort of real ambition which was a world apart from most mainstream films. His approach seems downright revolutionary now as people's collective attention spans have gotten considerably shorter.

Stranger Than Paradise won the Camera d'or at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival and was soon heralded by many critics as a watershed film in American independent cinema. Much has been written about the film's outsider view of America and to be fair, the sparse visuals and down-on-their-luck hipsters that populate this film certainly flies in the face of the materialism of the 1980s, making it just as unique and significant today as it was back then.

Fans of this film can finally toss the crappy, bare bones MGM DVD as Criterion has given Jarmusch's film their deluxe treatment.

Perhaps the most substantial extra is the inclusion of Jarmusch's feature film debut, Permanent Vacation (1980). It's about the story of Ally Parker (Chris Parker), the prototypical Jarmusch protagonist - an alienated outsider. Jarmusch's stylistic approach is intact but with an even more non-sensical narrative that seems avant garde in nature.

"Kino '84: Jim Jarmusch" was produced for German television in 1984 and features interviews with some of the cast and crew from Permanent Vacation and Stranger Than Paradise. They all look so young and were just starting out. It's a nice snapshot of the times with the normally media-shy Sara Driver (Jarmusch's significant other) recounting filming anecdotes.

"Some Days in January 1984" is a 14-minute, Super 8 behind-the-scenes silent film shot by Tom Jarmusch. It looks like home movies as we see cast and crew freezing in Cleveland.

"Location Scouting" is a collection of black and white photographs taken while Jarmusch was checking out locations to use in the film. Sadly, they don't say where in Florida they were but these stills do look excellent.

Finally, there are U.S. and Japanese trailers for the film.
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HASH(0x959fd570) étoiles sur 5 Low-budget, minimalist meditation on the American Dream 15 décembre 2000
Par Matthew Parks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Mundane and deliberately paced, yet strangely appealing, this oddball ultra-low-budget movie (made with left-over film stock given to Jarmusch by director Wim Wenders) from Jarmusch deals with three people who take an unsuccessful road trip from Detroit to Florida.
The DVD reveals the limitations of the original film, both in terms of sound and picture. It's grainy thoughout, and the dialogue does not always sound clear. Luckily, both of these strike you as appropriate for this film. Jarmusch's characters stubbornly refuse to reveal much of anything about themselves, either to the audience or to each other.
Many find Stranger than Paradise difficult to watch, mostly because of Jarmusch minimalist approach to this film, along with the fact that boredom, frustration, and disappointment are the primary elements of the film's subject. There's very little action. . .it's not funny, exactly. . .there's not a lot of drama. . .there's no sex. . .but somehow it still manages to succeed without all of that.
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HASH(0x959fd654) étoiles sur 5 Stranger than you can imagine 1 décembre 2002
Par James Ferguson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I saw this film years ago when it first came out at a little independent theatre in Boston's Back Bay. It has lingered with me all this time, and I finally broke down and bought the DVD. I had to see it again. This is first rate stuff. Jarmusch has done what most directors can only dream of doing, creating a witty, off-beat film on the most thread bare of budgets, driven by gritty compelling characters. The humor is so dry as to leave your throat parched at film's end, but don't be disappointed. It is truly a memorable film.
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