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The Mask Of Dimitrios

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  • Audio : Anglais
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B00CVB6XF2
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Format: DVD Achat vérifié
En dépit du fait que la bande sonore n'est pas toujours de très bonne et que la continuité est faite à partie de matrices d'inégale qualité, il est bienvenu que ce film soit disponible en DVD. Pour les acteurs et pour la mise en scène juste et efficace de Negulesco. Sans doute un film mineur mais dont le scénario, inspiré de "Citizen Kane" dans la reconstitution d'une biographie du "Méchant", jouant habilement du flashback et permettant ainsi d'assister à des numéros d'acteurs d'intérêt, est transcendé par le jeu ironique et parfaitement complémentaire de Lorre et Greenstreet.
Un regret : aucun bonus. Par jeu, on peut écouter la version doublée en espagnol, ahurissante de contresens, expérience quasi surréaliste et comique.
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HASH(0xa0023ccc) étoiles sur 5 An Underrated Noir of European Intrigue 2 octobre 2004
Par C. O. DeRiemer - Publié sur
Format: Cassette vidéo Achat vérifié
This is a satisfying intrigue/murder/noir that by rights should be out on DVD in a restored print. Peter Lorre gets fourth billing, after Sydney Greenstreet, Fay Emerson and Zachary Scott, but he's the star of the show.

The movie is set between the wars and Lorre plays a mystery writer visiting Ankara who, at a party, meets a Turkish police officer who loves mysteries. The officer tells Lorre the story behind a body washed up the day before with a stab wound in its side and papers identifying it as a vicious crook named Dimitrios. Lorre becomes interested and decides to find out more about the fellow. In a series of flashbacks we learn just how bad a guy Dimitrios was: a killer, blackmailer, political assassin, dealer in stolen government secrets, a man who betrayed every man and woman he came into contact with. Lorre visits several people who are willing to talk about Dimitrios, but only when they learn he's dead. He works his way from Istanbul to Paris, and on the journey meets Sydney Greenstreet, another man with secrets who is interested in Dimitrios. It just might be that it wasn't Dimitrios' body that was found, and if that's true then it could get very dangerous for Lorre. As Emerson's character says, "I've known many men, but I've been afraid of only one...Dimitrios."

The movie has a great noir look about it, with lots of shadows, smoky rooms and harsh facial lighting. The movie features a number of Warner's contract character actors whose names you don't recall but whose faces are memorable, Eduardo Ciannelli, Steven Geray, John Abbott, Victor Francen, George Metaxa (a guy I last saw as Fred Astaire's competition for Ginger Rogers in Swingtime).

And best of all, of course, is the pairing of Lorre and Greenstreet. Lorre is great as a naive, sincere writer who can rise to protect a friend. And Greenstreet can be menacing and sympathetic at the same time.

If you like international intrigue with a noir look and a good story, this is worth getting, although I hope it comes out on DVD. You might also like the book by Eric Ambler, A Coffin for Dimitrios.
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HASH(0xa0069a20) étoiles sur 5 Where Is The Kindness In The World? 3 août 2002
Par James L. - Publié sur
Format: Cassette vidéo
The body of Dimitrios Makropoulos washes up on the shore of Istanbul, and his history of crimes is brought to the attention of mystery writer Peter Lorre. Dimitrios was a man without a conscience, always looking to make money at the expense of anyone. Lorre becomes fascinated by his story, and goes on a quest to find out more about the much despised man. The quest takes him across Europe, to such locales as Sofia, Geneva, and Paris. Along the way he gets involved with Sydney Greenstreet, a menacing man who clearly knows more than he is saying, with motives of his own. The story is partly told through a series of flashbacks, as victims of Dimitrios' schemes and backstabbing relate their experiences. This is another example of film noir, with the action taking place at night, in dark spaces. Everyone has questionable motives and characters, each looking out for themselves. Lorre is good in an offbeat role, and it's entertaining to watch him with the always fun Greenstreet - what an odd couple. Zachary Scott is appropriately menacing and nasty as Dimitrios, and Steven Geray is particularly good as one of Dimitrios' unfortunate victims. I did get occasionally confused during the flashbacks, but not enough to detract from the overall film. It quickly establishes a dark, sinister mood, and doesn't let up. This is a forgotten thriller that deserves to be seen.
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HASH(0xa004b96c) étoiles sur 5 A Gem of a Film Noir 3 juin 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
It wasn't often that Peter Lorre was cast in a hero roll. That alone makes this a memorable movie. Add Sidney Greenstreet to the mix along with Zachary Scott as the very wicked and creepy Dimitrios and you've got a film noir classic. Peter Lorre plays a mystery writer who stumbles upon what he thinks is the ending of a story worth writing about, only to discover that the story isn't really over and that the ending might just include his death.
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HASH(0xa0133840) étoiles sur 5 Lorre & Greenstreet at their best 3 juin 2013
Par H. Keller - Publié sur
Format: DVD
This is a solid movie that I have waited for years to appear on DVD. I recently ordered it through the Warner Archive website (Sorry Amazon, but the day I ordered it, I checked, and it was still not cataloged here).

Generally the film quality was excellent. There were a few scenes where the light shifted to a darker image, then back to normal illumination - but this was the cleanest version I have ever scene. So I am pleased.

There was a trailer included. This was in a bit rougher shape, but it had the original Greenstreet narration. Many years ago I saw a trailer with an obvious announcer over-dub with assorted scenes from the movie. Pretty obviously done for either revival theaters or maybe the TV market. It was nice to see in the original style.

And yes, if they ever Blu-Ray it, I'll buy it again!
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HASH(0xa055c270) étoiles sur 5 Peter L. and Sydney G. together again 5 juin 2013
Par Jf - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
A mystery writer traveling through Turkey gets caught up in the discovery of a floating corpse said to be that of the infamous Dimitrios.
The story of Dimitrios is told by Sydney Greenstreet among others to writer Peter Lorre through flashbacks . The mystery writer shows great interest and begins to research who Dimitrios was (is) and so begins a remarkable tale.
Zachary Scott plays the suave, slimmy thief and spy for hire. You do need to ask yourself why does Sydney keep showing up? Is the corpse really Dimitrios? A trail to find out begins with Lorre leading the way .
This movie was aka "A coffin for Dimitrios" in book form and translates into a great movie.
This film has just recently been released in dvd format but has bern shown on tv and cable for years. If anybody is interested its been available as vhs for years.
Heres a chance to see the wonderful Peter Lorre wearing the white hat as he did in "The Verdict". Also starring the great Sydney Greensteet.
Zachary Scott is terrific still playing the lovable slimball. A character which he.has perfected.
A great mystery played with three great actors and a wonderful script.
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