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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Eternelle Gilda !
Le film tourne autour du trio Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford et George Macready. Les relations entre eux sont troubles. Amour, haine, homosexualité latente chez le personnage de Macready donnent au film un cachet étrange et particulier. L'intrigue importe peu finalement, c'est davantage une mise en scène des pulsions non-avouées, secrètes et...
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Film mythique malheureusement pas de format Cinemascope car copie pour la télévision! Dommage, le film aurait mérité mieux! C'est bien sur mieux que la vieille copie VHS de la diffusion "Cinéma de Minuit" que je possédais!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Eternelle Gilda !, 26 novembre 2003
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Le film tourne autour du trio Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford et George Macready. Les relations entre eux sont troubles. Amour, haine, homosexualité latente chez le personnage de Macready donnent au film un cachet étrange et particulier. L'intrigue importe peu finalement, c'est davantage une mise en scène des pulsions non-avouées, secrètes et parfois malsaines des protagonistes. Gilda est le catalyseur des dites pulsions. Elle est à la fois femme fatale, la séductrice du film noir par excellence, et femme-enfant en quête d'amour sincère, de paix intérieure. Elle se donne en spectacle sous les yeux avides des hommes prédateurs (cf. son striptease) et reste malgré tout une énigme. Le personnage est à l'image de son interprète Rita Hayworth. Il y a beaucoup de blessures chez Gilda qui font étrangement référence au vécu de Rita. C'est avant tout un film d'atmosphère dont la magie n'a rien perdu au fil des décennies. Les cinéphiles sauront apprécier cette perle rare à déguster impérativement en VOST ! Fuyez par contre la VF !!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "Gilda (1945) ... Hayworth/Ford/Macready ... Charles Vidor (Director) (2000)", 31 octobre 2011
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J. Lovins "Mr. Jim" (Missouri-USA) - Voir tous mes commentaires
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Columbia Pictures presents "GILDA" (1945) ~ (110 min/B&W) ~ Starring: Rota Hayworth, Glenn Ford, George Macready, Joseph Calleia & Steven Geray

Directed by Charles Vidor

When wealthy Ballin Mundson (George Macready) rescues down at his heels gambler Johnny Farrell (Glenn Ford) and invites him to the Buenos Aires casino he owns, both men get more than they wagered on. Farrell convinces Mundson to hire him as casino manager, but is shocked when Mundson introduces his new bride, and Farrell's old flame, Gilda (Rita Hayworth).Though Farrell is unwavering in his loyalty to his employer, and he and Gilda treat each other with contempt, Mundson realizes that the torch never died for either of the former lovers. Ordered to guard Gilda, Farrell tries to convince himself that he's protecting Mundson's interests, but Gilda sees through his self-deception. Meanwhile, Mundson reveals to Farrell that his primary business is control of an international tungsten cartel that he plans to use to further his fascist ends.

Great tight tense script, direction and cast makes an all-time classic noir, but it's George Macready who gives such an icy cold character performance, that when he's on the screen nobody else seems to be there, even though Hayworth and Ford are steaming up the cameras with their hot steaming scenes.

* Special footnote: ~ Rita Hayworth had to wear a corset while shooting "Put the Blame on Mame," as she gave birth to her first daughter, Rebecca, months before filming ~ In the scene where Gilda is brought back to Argentina by Tom, she slaps Johnny hard across both sides of his face. In reality, Rita Hayworth's smacks broke two of 'Glenn Ford''s teeth. He held his place until the take was finished ~ The photo of Johnny Farrell as a baby is a picture of 'Glenn Ford''s real-life son, Peter Ford.

BIOS:
1. Charles Vidor [Director]
Date of Birth: 27 July 1900, Budapest, Austria-Hungary (now Hungary)
Date of Death: 4 June 1959, Vienna, Austria

2. Rita Hayworth [aka: Margarita Carmen Cansino]
Date of Birth: 17 October 1918 - Brooklyn, New York
Date of Death: 14 May 1987 - New York City, New York

3. Glenn Ford (aka: Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford)
Date of Birth: 1 May 1916 - Sainte-Christine, Quebec, Canada
Date of Death: 30 August 2006 - Beverly Hills, Los Angeles County, California

4. George Macready
Date of Birth: 29 August 1899 - Providence, Rhode Island
Date of Death: 2 July 1973 - Los Angeles, California

5. Joseph Calleia
Date of Birth: 4 August 1897 - St. Julians, Malta
Date of Death: 31 October 1975 - Valletta, Malta

6. Steven Geray
Date of Birth: 10 November 1904 - Ungvár, Austria-Hungary. [now Uzhgorod, Ukraine]
Date of Death: 26 December 1973 - Los Angeles, California

7. Joe Sawyer [aka: Joseph Sauers]
Date of Birth: 29 August 1906 - Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Date of Death: 21 April 1982 - Ashland, Oregon

8. Gerald Mohr
Date of Birth: 11 June 1914 - New York City, New York, USA
Date of Death: 9 November 1968 - Södermalm, Stockholm, Stockholms Län, Sweden

Mr. Jim's Ratings:
Quality of Picture & Sound: 5 Stars
Performance: 5 Stars
Story & Screenplay: 5 Stars
Overall: 5 Stars [Original Music, Cinematography & Film Editing]

Total Time: 110 min on DVD ~ Columbia Pictures ~ (November 7, 2000)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "Put the blame on mame boy...", 2 septembre 2009
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Abenaki "Livre et musique" (Gard et Paris) - Voir tous mes commentaires
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Gilda....

Il est de ces noms qui, lorsque vous les entendez, ne vous laisse pas sans réaction. Parfois celà va être un frisson, d'autre un phantasme qui va s'éveiller, ou encore un air, un refrain qui va vous hanter, si ce n'est une image qui vous émerveille.
Quand j'entends ou lit "Gilda", c'est un peu tout ça à la fois.

Magnifique perle noire (à double sens : le film et la femme dans son immortelle robe de soirée), ce chef-d'oeuvre est le sommet absolu du genre polar. Bien sûr il y a "Laura", si belle Gene Tierney (plus belle que Rita Hayworth à mon goût) mais il y a surtout "Gilda". Femmme fatale et sensuelle, l'icône absolu du phantasme des hommes et tout celà en si peu de scènes: un "put the blame..." chanté à la guitare sèche (quel moment extraordinaire, déjà), un autre "Amadio mio" et de nouveau, moment à jamais gravé dans la mémoire des hommes "Put the blame on me" version music hall. Evidemment à celà s'ajoute toutes les apparitions de Gilda. Notons qd même que ce n'est pas Rita qui chante mais une dénommée Anita Ellis qui la double. J'ai revu le film tout récemment. La fascination est totale. C'est un pur moment de magie. De génie. De rêve. Tout s'arrête à ce moment là. Et j'ai eu la chance de voir ce film au cinéma Roxane à Versailles il y a quelques années, croyez moi, ce fut un délice.

Bien sûr tout le film ne tient pas sur les seules épaule de Rita, sinon ce ne serait pas un chef-d'oeuvre. C'est un tout. Les décors sont fabuleux. Les costumes et acteurs aussi (Glenn que j'apprécie bcp). Une relation embigüe et interdite entre son personnage et celui de McReady, sous-tendant une certaine homosexualité venant surtout du second. Le lieu du plaisir, le casino interdit, semble être un parallèle de Gilda, fille aux plaisirs interdits, à Glenn d'abord, mais aussi à tous les hommes (Glenn l'empêchera toute relation extra conjugale). Le résultat est dû à l'alchimie magique de l'ensemble des talents conjugués : interprètes, réalisateurs, la photographie, les décors... Rita devint une déesse pour la postérité.
EBLOUISSANT!!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 GILDA [1946] [Special Edition] [Blu-ray] [Italian Import], 12 décembre 2014
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GILDA [1946] [Special Edition] [Blu-ray] [Italian Import] An exciting highly charged story, Rita Hayworth has not and has never been so sexy! There Never Was A Woman Like Gilda!

Johnny Farrell [Glenn Ford] is a small-time American professional gambler, newly arrived in Buenos Aires, Argentina. When he is caught cheating at a game of blackjack, Johnny Farrell manages to talk his way into a job with the casino's owner, the powerful Ballin Mundson [George Macready]. The two form an uneasy partnership based off their mutual lack of scruples until Ballin Mundson introduces Johnny Farrell to his beautiful new wife, Gilda [Rita Hayworth], who just happens to be Johnny Farrell's ex-lover. After this Johnny Farrell marries Gilda, but not because he loves her, but because he wants to punish her of not being faithful to Balin Mundson. But things are not going in the way Johnny Farrell has planned.

FILM FACT: The film was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival, the first time the festival was held. The strapless black satin gown that designer Jean Louis created for Rita Hayworth's "Put the Blame on Mame" number was based on the dress (with straps) worn by Madame X in the famous painting by John Singer Sargent. The painting, done in 1884, hangs at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

Cast: Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford, George Macready, Joseph Calleia, Steven Geray, Joe Sawyer, Gerald Mohr, Mark Roberts, Ludwig Donath, Donald Douglas, George J. Lewis and Anita Ellis (not credited) [singing voice of Rita Hayworth in all but the acoustic guitar version of "Put the Blame on Mame," which Rita Hayworth sang herself]

Director: Charles Vidor

Producer: Virginia Van Upp

Screenplay: Jo Eisinger’ Marion Parsonnet and E.A. Ellington (story)

Composer: Hugo Friedhofer

Cinematography: Rudolph Maté

Video Resolution: 1080p [Black and White]

Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1

Audio: English: Dolby Digital Mono, French: Dolby Digital Mono, German: Dolby Digital Mono, Italian: Dolby Digital Mono, Japanese: Dolby Digital Mono, Portuguese: Dolby Digital Mono and Spanish [Latin American] Dolby Digital Mono

Subtitles: English, English SDH, Arabic, Chinese [Traditional], Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese [Brazilian], Portuguese [Portugal], Spanish [Latin America], Swedish, Thai and Turkish

Running Time: 110 minutes

Number of discs: 1

Region: All Regions

Studio: SONY Pictures Home Entertainment Italia

Andrew’s Blu-ray Review: Rita Hayworth could work a room like no other actress of her time or after. Sure there’ve been other screen sirens, Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield and Veronica Lake, to name but a few, but she made being bad look not only good, but smoking hot when she starred as Gilda.

In this film noir classic, based on the story by E.A. Ellington , she’s the wife of wealthy casino owner Ballin Mundson [George Macready]. Out of pure coincidence, Ballin Mundson hires gambler Johnny Farrell [Glenn Ford] to protect her, not knowing that two of them used to be lovers. Filled with contempt for her and out of his sworn loyalty to Ballin Mundson and Johnny Farell refuses to reconcile with the temptress.

As Ballin Mundson’s other business deals are somewhat shady, this leads him into trouble with the Germans and the Argentine secret police. After killing one of his prospective business partners, Ballin Mundson boards a plane but it explodes mid-flight.

With Gilda inheriting his entire fortune, Johnny marries her not out of love, but to keep her guarded. Caught in a loveless marriage, Gilda has no way out. They still can’t see eye to eye and while Johnny Farell feels betrayed by her, he doesn’t want to betray his loyalty to Ballin Mundson either. The past has a funny way of catching up though, even for those who declare they have none. Gilda and Johnny, despite their faithfulness to Ballin Mundson, will find that sleeping dogs don’t always lie so quietly.

‘Gilda’ contains a few of cinema’s most memorable moments, such as Rita Hayworth’s entrance in the film and her show-stopping performance of “Put the Blame on Mame,” choreographed by Jack Cole and dubbed by Anita Ellis, where she removes a single glove but does it’s such eroticism that it secured her name as film noir’s ultimate femme fatale.

The film bears all of the hallmarks that you would expect in film noir; there’s the cinematography with its shots of darkened alleyways, hallways and dimly lit rooms where illicit things are happening. We also have Johnny Farell narrating the story and becoming entangled in a job which leads him to the femme fatale.

For these are so many other reasons, ‘Gilda’ is just an all-out classic that’s multi-layered and filled with sexual innuendo, not least of all because of the phallic sword cane that Ballin Mundson uses to win over Johnny with or the way the story deals with the intrusion of a woman in the complicated relationship between two men. While the Production Code restricted what could be explicitly told on screen, there was no limit on what could be implied and that’s one of the things that makes the classic film like this a real gem to watch.

While it is well-known that in ‘Gilda’ Rita Hayworth's voice was dubbed by singer Anita Ellis for the major musical numbers, it must be noted that Hayworth's own voice, as well as guitar-playing, can be heard in the film as Gilda reprises the song "Put the Blame on Mame" while sitting at the casino bar. Rita Hayworth was also known to have sung for the troops during many live appearances during WWII, and she also sang onstage in 1940 at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood during a run of Charlot's Revue. Rita Hayworth was relieved to learn that Gilda was to be shot in black-and-white rather that Technicolor, especially the amount of lighting needed for colour photography could be oppressive and stifling.

Blu-ray Video Quality – Presented in an aspect ratio of 1.33:1, which preserves the film’s original aspect ratio. This film has undergone has restoration work and it shows, as the source print seems very clean and is encoded with a 1080p transfer. Charles Vidor's ‘Gilda’ arrives on Blu-ray courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Italia. The restoration of ‘Gilda’ really shows off the best there is available on this Italian Blu-ray disc.

The release uses as a foundation the UCLA Film and Television Archive restoration of ‘Gilda’ which was produced in cooperation with Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Library of Congress, and The National Film and Television Archive U.K. Unsurprisingly; the basic characteristics we typically address in our reviews look solid. Generally speaking, image depth and clarity are pleasing throughout the entire film, while contrast levels remain stable. Colour saturation is good, especially the blacks are solid and there is a nice range of nuanced greys. The best news, however, is that there are no traces of problematic demonising and sharpening adjustments. Needless to say, the film has a stable organic look. To be perfectly clear, there are select sequences where the grain isn't as tight as it should be. While some of the minor fluctuations are clearly inherited, due to some light fading or even sporadic blemishes and it is also obvious that there is room for improvement. My feeling, however, is that these minor fluctuations will likely be spotted only by viewers who view their films on large screens or use video projectors. Ultimately, the restoration is competent and the Blu-ray release clearly represents a strong upgrade in quality over the inferior Region 1 DVD release of ‘Gilda.’ (Note: This is a Region-Free Blu-ray release, so no problem for people in the North America Region).

For a well over a 54-year old film, ‘Gilda’ looks virtually as good as new. High marks for another fine-looking job by the very reliable UCLA Film and Television Archive restoration of ‘Gilda’. But this disc looks so darn good, and it’s hard not to simply smile and say thank you SONY Pictures Home Entertainment Italia.

Blu-ray Audio Quality – The Dolby Digital Mono soundtrack does a very good job of presenting the dialogue and score of ‘Gilda.’ The dynamic range is limited but surprisingly rich. There was no distortion or clipping and only a minimum of hiss, but alas the minor audio disappointment, is especially having no DTS-HD Audio Soundtrack. Sony has cleaned up this audio, stabilizing its dynamic range and minimising noise levels down to a very slight hiss during quiescent moments.

This mono track that’s over fifty years old, so you can’t expect much, but this manages to provide a clean and proper soundtrack. The sound effects come through well, even minor background detail is evident and that adds a lot to the impact of the audio. These elements never become too prominent though, as all the portions remain at the levels they’re intended to be at. The music is in fine form and sounds as good as mono can, but that means not much range is used and that’s a shame. I found the dialogue to be a little harsh at times, but not too much and the overall clarity is fantastic. It isn’t the best mono track I’ve heard, but this is more than adequate.

Blu-ray Special Features and Extras:

Martin Scorsese and Baz Luhrmann on ‘Gilda’ [1080p] [4:3/16:9] [17:00] Acclaimed directors Martin Scorsese and Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge!) discuss the unique qualities of ‘Gilda’ and Rita Hayworth's legendary performance. In English with optional English subtitles.

Finally, ‘Gilda’ is an established classic film that should find a welcome home in the collection of any film fan, especially Charles Vidor and Rita Hayworth. ‘Gilda’ is not your regular femme fatale who manipulates everyone to get what she wants. To me she is a woman who doesn't know what she wants, so instead she ends up rebelling against everyone and everything. Not as a search for her place in life, but as the only thing she can think of. This isn't an evil woman who makes you cold to the bone. ‘Gilda’ is a tragic character that makes me truly sad. The dialogue in this movie should be mentioned. It's truly outstanding. Sparks fly just about every time Gilda opens her mouth. The other characters do their best at countering her sparks, but ‘Gilda’ is the centre of attention in every scene that Rita Hayworth appears in. There is an aura of appealing yet frightening energy around her. I would go so far as to say that every other character in this movie is just there to give us some idea of what exactly is going on inside Gilda's head. And what a fascinating sight it is. This is a terrific film everyone should watch. The Blu-ray disc gives a reasonable presentation of the film that will not disappoint the vast majority of fans. My only complaint with ‘Gilda’ is its lack of meaningful extra content, but despite it is fantastic that ‘Gilda’ has now been given us the ultimate Blu-ray presentation and I am so proud to add this to my Classic Blu-ray Film Collection. Highly Recommended!

Andrew C. Miller – Your Ultimate No.1 Film Fan
Le Cinema Paradiso
WARE, United Kingdom
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 commentaire sur Gilda, 20 mars 2013
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Un grand classique, un super film, de grands acteurs, et une Rita Hayworth sublime, super belle, bref elle creve l'écran...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Une pure merveille ce film !, 4 octobre 2009
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Les deux acteurs principaux sont aux plus beaux jours de leur vie;
on les retrouvera dans un autre film avec un scénario presque identique, "L'affaire de Trinidad", mais on est loin de la qualité de "Gilda" qui je crois est pour Rita Hayworth, son premier film "sérieux", et indépassable.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 GILDA, 21 mars 2014
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Contrairement à l'annonce d'Amazon, ce Blu-ray d'origine Espagnole possède bien
la version Française ainsi que les sous-titres ! Une fois de plus, la fiche technique
n'est pas à jour, alors qu'il suffit de lire le dos de la jaquette ! De plus, Amazon se
permet d'annoncer 3 disques alors qu'il n'y en a qu'un, un vrai foutoire !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Film noir, 11 janvier 2014
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Grand classique du style film noir. Fascinant, avec une ambiance de mystere, avec Rita Hayworth au comble de sa seduction. A voir absolument.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Une perfection cinématographique, 15 juin 2010
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Rita Hayworth, après l'extraordinaire Paulette Godard, puis la flamboyante Louise Brooks, représente la féminité la plus vénéneuse. Le film est parfait.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 génial, 7 juin 2011
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Tout simplement génial. Je ne l'avais jamais vu, mais je ne regrette pas cet ajout à ma collection de grands films classiques.
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