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  • Acteurs : Nick Nolte, Jeff Bridges, Sharon Stone, Catherine Keener, Albert Finney
  • Réalisateurs : Nick Nolte, Jeff Bridges, Sharon Stone, Catherine Keener, Albert Finney
  • Format : Anamorphique, Couleur, Dolby, Plein écran, PAL, Cinémascope
  • 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 : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Studiocanal
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 3 avril 2001
  • Durée : 99 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B00005A8T2
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Simpatico, 1 DVD, 110 minutes

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Vincent, Lyle et Rosie étaient les meilleurs amis du monde. 20 ans plus tard leurs chemins se sont séparés. Vincent est devenu détective privé, alcoolique et fauché. Lyle est le riche propriétaire d'un ranch...

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Format: DVD
Une vraie catastrophe. Décidément, hormis Antonioni et Wenders, les collaborations de Sam Shepard à l'écran ne sont guère concluantes ! Ici, tout est vain : faiblesse de l'enjeu scénaristique ; une mise en scène pleine de tics (lumière bleu électrique, musique saxo...) ; d'énormes maladresses : comment croire à Albert Finney rajeuni de 20 ans ?!
Seul intérêt, et pas des moindres : Jeff Bridges. Malgré des choix cinématographiques de plus en plus hasardeux - sauf le jouissif Big Lebowki - il sauve le film de l'ennui. Imposant une présence féline, il laisse percevoir une émouvante fragilité, ce qui en ferait l'interprète idéal d'adaptations des romans de Jim Harrison ou de Tom Mc Guane à l'écran...
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J'adore ca...que voulez-vous, le riche et le pauvre, la veuve et l'orphelin. C'est toujour la même choqe, les contes de fée c, ca me fait réver, même s'il y a un perdant dans l'histoire.
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Format: DVD
Summary:
Vincent "Vinny" T. Webb (Nick Nolte; Young Vinnie Webb - Shawn Hatosy) is an alcoholic with a guilty conscience. Years ago he and his best friend, Lyle Carter (Jeff Bridges; Young Lyle Carter - Liam Waite), rigged some horse races with the help of Lyle's now wife, Rosie (Sharon Stone; Young Rosie - Kimberly Williams (I)). But rigging the races isn't what the guilty conscience is from. The racing commissioner (Albert Finney) caught on to what they were doing. So the three friends set him up; Rosie had sex with him while Vinny took pictures. They then used the pictures to get him to keep quiet while they won their final race. After the last race, Rosie took off with Lyle, even though Vinny wanted to marry her.
Vinny has kept the pictures for roughly 20 years as a means of controlling Lyle. Lyle went on to make something of himself, becoming quite wealthy and continuing to participate in horse racing. He even lives in Kentucky now, near the location of the Kentucky Derby. He married Rosie who has developed a love for horses, especially the one the story is named after - Simpatico. Whenever Vinny needs anything, he calls up Lyle and, because Vinny still has the evidence from their crime so many years ago, Lyle has to concede to whatever Vinny wants.
Well, that's all just the backstory, which takes the whole movie to figure out. The movie actually begins when (this is my interpretation) Vinny can't take the guilt anymore and decides to play his hand by giving the pictures to someone (he tries to give them to the racing commissioner to clear his name and to Rosie, but both refuse). To clear the way for him to get them to Rosie he tricks Lyle to fly out to California saying he is in trouble. He isn't really but ends up stealing Lyle's wallet, return flight pass, and cash and heading to Kentucky to try to get rid of the pictures. Once Lyle realizes what has happened he tries to send Vinny's current love interest, Cecilia (Catherine Keener), after him, but the realization of the havoc Vinny is likely to cause gets to him (again, my interpretation) and Lyle and Vinny temporarily switch roles with Vinny becoming the business man and Lyle the drunk. Now everyone involved has to come to terms with the past and the future that has resulted from it.
My Comments:
I'd like to meet Nick Nolte one day, perhaps follow him around and see what he is really like. Has he ever played a role where he was sober the whole time? I mean, the guy just seems to get typecast into the role of a drunk in every move he is in. Anyway, the acting in this movie is okay. So, too, is the cinematography. Nick Nolte and Jeff Bridges were pretty good, and so were all of the young counterparts and the racing commissioner. However, I didn't like the two women leads, - Sharon Stone and Catherine Keener. I think Catherine Keener was more convincing than Sharon Stone, but perhaps the reason I didn't like either of them that much wasn't so because there acting was so poor (I don't really think it was all that great), but because they were trying to play characters that just weren't working. Catherine was trying play a naive woman from California and Sharon was playing an embittered wife who was still fixated on a trick from 25-30 years ago.
This leads to the biggest problem I saw with the movie - the story. I guess it's kind of credible, but a major stretch. I wouldn't really know if people do these kinds of things; I've never done anything like it. But the responses of the main characters to the crime were, I don't know, not fitting. I guess theoretically it's possible that Vinny would take to drinking and not make anything of his life, same too for Rosie. But I doubt it. After 30 years or so you'd think people would get over it. Also, Lyle's response to Vinny heading to Kentucky made no sense either. I guess he was thinking that he was going to lose everything, but instead of trying to go to Kentucky to stop him, he gets sloshed and tries to hide from the world. It just didn't make any sense. Overall, the movie is kind of interesting just because all of the characters are screwed up, but the unconvincing storyline kind of ruins the movie.
One final thing - what's the big deal with the Kentucky Derby? I live less than 100 miles from where it takes place and everyone I talk to (definitely a biased sample, I recognize that) seems to think that it's kind of silly. Why all the mystique about it in the movie? I've never been and have no intention of going.
Anyway, this is one that you could miss and not feel bad about having done so. It definitely didn't leave a lasting impression on me and unless someone asks me about it, I highly doubt I'll be talking about it again.
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HASH(0x9e03f438) étoiles sur 5 Waste of time 13 septembre 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
Although both Bridges and Nolte do great with their roles the story itself is confusing because they are constantly flashing back to the past without much detail. My advice don't waste your time or money on this film.
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HASH(0x9e03f474) étoiles sur 5 A tragic waste of talent 6 septembre 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
This is one of those stories that prove that bankable stars can't save a bad script. The film was a box office disaster, yanked after two weeks in theaters and grossing less than one million dollars. The story, based on a Sam Shepard play, is a character study of characters so totally bereft that it is impossible to care. Vinnie (Nick Nolte), Carter (Jeff Bridges) and Rosie (Sharon Stone) ran a betting scam on horseracing about twenty years ago that included blackmail. Carter is now a successful horse breeder and Rosie is his wife. Vinnie is a broken down drunk who is threatening to expose the scheme for reasons clear only to him.
The story sputters along after that with all sorts of character development and flashbacks. The more we learn about these three, the more we want the movie to end. When it finally does end, the final resolution is so ridiculous and unsatisfying that we are left wondering what the point was.
The acting was up to the standard one might expect, with all three major stars delivering strong performances. However, the story was so irrational and boring that it didn't make a bit of difference.
There is not a lot about the film that is worth recommending. I rated it a 3/10. Unless you are a devotee of one of the three stars, you probably will want to spend your time and money on something more entertaining.
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HASH(0x9e03f798) étoiles sur 5 good actors bad movie 19 août 2002
Par simon gurney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The main problem here seems to be that the central event in the story, the scam , just isnt interesting, its certainly hard to beleive in the characters and their interrelationship based on this event, from there it just falls apart.
Basically boring and very missable.
HASH(0x9e03f6d8) étoiles sur 5 HORSIN AROUND 17 février 2005
Par Michael Butts - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
You would think with such a pedigree of talent (four Oscar nominees), SIMPATICO would come charing out of the gates and knock you over! Beautifully filmed in Kentucky and California, the movie however is merely a cinematic version of one of playwright Sam Shepard's character studies. It's plot is so convoluted and erratic, it's hard to keep up with. And the twists the movie takes, most notably the seeming reversal of the two male characters, it becomes annoying in its duplicity. Credit goes to Albert Finney and Catherine Keener particularly for at least trying to flesh out otherwise cardboard characters. Sharon Stone doesn't show up until the movie's almost over, and we get to see her do her sleazy alcoholic hasbeen role once again. Ditto to Nick Nolte, who seems to have made a career playing scruffy looking nobodies. Even the usually reliable Jeff Bridges gets lost in the muddled film. I don't know what I was expecting, but SIMPATICO doesn't win, place or even show for me.
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