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America America [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Stathis Giallelis, Frank Wolff, Elena Karam, Harry Davis, Estelle Hemsley
  • Réalisateurs : Elia Kazan
  • Scénaristes : Elia Kazan
  • Producteurs : Elia Kazan, Charles H. Maguire
  • Format : Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Mono)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, 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 : 1.66:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Warner Home Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 8 février 2011
  • Durée : 174 minutes
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  • ASIN: B004CNK59C
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Description du produit

A finales del pasado siglo, griegos y armenios viven en Anatolia bajo la opresión de los conquistadores turcos. La huida, la emigración empieza. América es una meta casi inaccesible: cruzar el océano vale más de cien libras turcas, una fortuna.

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Nella Turchia di fine ottocento, il governo turco opprime le minoranze greche e armene. Stavros, giovane greco, sogna con ostinazione la lontana America che per lui simboleggia la libertà e la prosperità in una patria oppressa dalla miseria e dalla crudeltà. Inviato a Costantinopoli dal padre perchè trovi lavoro presso un parente, Stavros vi giunge dopo aver ucciso un bandito che lo aveva depredato. Alla fine, dopo molte avventure, riesce a imbarcarsi per New York. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Eyes Wide Open 8 septembre 2016
Par michael johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This movie should qualify as a national treasure, in my opinion. It is an engrossing, gripping and an absolutely true representation of how Elia Kazan's great uncle escaped the brutal slavery of the Ottoman Empire's Muslim politico-religious oppression of it's ethnic non-Turk Armenian and Greek Christian subjects, ultimately bringing the family to America. The story is also a commonplace metaphor for the waves of immigrants coming to America during the early 20th Century. This movie will open wide eyes to the American Experience which for ideological reasons is purposely not taught in public primary, secondary school or higher education. That this public trust is studiously ignored or twisted by the public schools is a crime and should be prosecuted as an insidious form of soft subversion of our children's national heritage. America, America should be required viewing. Beyond all that, it is thoughtfully and compellingly entertaining. If i could award another star, i would.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Moving and timeless 16 janvier 2012
Par WSH - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
If you were curious about the passion for justice that burns within films like 'On the Waterfront' and 'Gentlemen's Agreement', then you will find the answer in Elia Kazan's 'America, America', an epic story based on the experiences of his uncle, who escaped from Turkish-ruled Anatolia to make his way to the New World. The film is documentary-like in its superb location shooting, richly textured depictions of a remembered culture, and unflinching treatment of the political and ethnic conflicts from which the hero is fleeing. 'America' is an idea, not a place, in this film, which spends almost the entire time on the journey and only briefly attends to the arrival. Stories that are episodic and films that are epic in scope can fall into lulls of scenic or rhapsodic indulgence, in which the characters drop out of focus for a time. I think this is true of a film like Visconti's 'The Leopard'. Kazan's film never loses that focus, and yet we never tire of his characters. Part of the reason is the extraordinary intensity of Stathis Gialielis's portrayal of the hero, Stavros. Partly it's to do with the uniformly excellent cast playing the many characters he encounters on his journey. Partly it is Kazan's success in selling us on the dream itself. For anyone living in an 'immigrant country', today and for all time, this film explains what it means to want and seek a better life.

The transfer here is excellent. The extras (essentially a well-informed commentary) worthwhile. Made in 1963, it is in black and white.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Rare Cinematic Gem 8 février 2011
Par David A. Greene - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Despite his lengthy and celebrated career directing major Hollywood productions, Elia Kazan took a major risk with "America America". Nearly three hours in length, it takes its time exploring the world of an oppressed population of Anatolian Greeks with such authenticity that it feels entirely like a foreign film. There are no well-known stars in the cast of this intimate black and white epic. Even the musical score is the creation of a Greek composer, performed almost entirely with the traditional instruments that characterize Greek folk music. If you have seen archival photographs of early 20th Century immigrants, you will recognize how painstakingly Kazan and his brilliant cinematographer, Haskell Wexler labored to capture the look and feel of the period. As he did once before with "Viva Zapata", Kazan assembled a group of actors whose physical appearances are so strikingly appropriate to the characters which they portray that it is almost unbelievable that these players are also fabulously gifted artists. Again and again, they deliver those richly detailed and dramatically powerful performances that one expects to find in this director's films. The young unknown, Stathis Giallelis, who plays the leading role was reportedly subjected to a harrowing ordeal as Kazan unrelentingly fought to elicit consistently intense, committed acting from him throughout a lengthy, grueling shooting schedule. The resulting film exudes that rare feeling that it has captured something so close to the look and feel of the people, their world and their time that one often finds it hard to believe that this is actually a dramatization, created many decades after the events depicted. "America America" may not suit those who are accustomed to today's faster paced movie-fare. If you can patiently give yourself over to the spell of this picture and let its richly detailed evocation of a world very different from ours today, the film will likely provide you with a unique and powerful viewing experience that you will never forget. The sense that it conveys of the terrible price so many people had to pay to make it to the U. S. is something that has seldom been achieved, before or since its release.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Among the best pictures of 1963. 6 février 2017
Par Laurence Goldstein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Very powerful. Per Kazan: the Turks persecute Armenians and (a bit less) the Greeks of Anatolia in the waning days of the Ottoman Empire (1896). One young man travels from county to Istambul to the USA overcoming many obstacles. The narrative has great forward movement. This was nominated for Best Picture Oscar in 1963, losing to Tom Jones. Tom Jones in its way is wonderful, as America America is in its way -- One is not better than the other -- they are very different films.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Profound glimpse of Immigration 1 décembre 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Perhaps Elia Kazan's most moving work. It traces they journey of a Greek boy from rural Anatolia, entrusted with all the riches the family has gathered, who is tasked to go to America in order to start a new life for his family. It is set in the time of the persecution of the Greeks and the Armenians. His moral dilemmas as to what compromises he has to make in order to reach his goal are thought provoking for any one who has come from immigrant stock.

The cast is totally authentic, the lead actor is a remarkable young man. This fascinating, earthy and emotional film is one of the best -- and until now very difficult to find anywhere. I got one copy on E-Bay from Athens.

The only comparable film might be the Canadian film Ararat which concerns the Armenian massacres. But America America has such immediacy, and such gifted black and white photography. I first watched this film in the wardroom of a US destroyer and we were approaching the Dardanelles in the dear of the night. It was 1965.
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