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Criterion Coll: Carlos Saura's Flamenco Trilogy [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Antonio Gades, Cristina Hoyos, Juan Antonio Jiménez, Carmen Villena, Pilar Cárdenas
  • Réalisateurs : Carlos Saura
  • Scénaristes : Antonio Gades, Carlos Saura, Alfredo Mañas, Federico García Lorca, Gregorio Martínez Sierra
  • Producteurs : Emiliano Piedra
  • Format : Plein écran, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Espagnol
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • 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.
  • Nombre de disques : 3
  • Studio : Criterion
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 16 octobre 2007
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 extraordinary! 12 octobre 2008
Par Frank Elliott - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
From the consistent 5 star reviews, one can safely assume that there is something extraordinary about these Carlos Saura productions with Antonio Gades flamenco artist and choreographer. I often explore foreign films out of a sort of arm chair world traveler curiosity. Not all are worth writing about, but these certainly are. I was held spellbound with each passing dialogue, one could easily say "libretto", if by that one means a timeless story - one that never seems cliche or dated in any way.
You will also be spellbound by the music, the dancing, the acting, the emotive mood, gestures, facial expressions, body language. I honestly have rarely seen anything so flawlessly performed. This is one you will be proud to have in your collection. Indeed, I don't think your collection could be considered at all complete without it! What a marvel of direction and cinematography.

Year later: back to add screen shots to the images gallery ( takes me a couple of days to do these-but I wish to underscore the impeccable visual beauty, musical grandeur, consummate acting, and choreography-and the greatest love story you'll see in a long time.)
This should be on the list of films to study in any university course in cinema art. Often a professor will assign a couple of films to compare to his students. One which I mention here in passing as briefly as possible, is the recent production of King Kong. After enjoying Amor brujo (the love sorcerer)
after not having watched it in a year, King Kong happened to come on TV that evening. There IS no comparison between these two films except to underscore that "Amor Brujo" is pure art; and the other is pure teen age swill. After the 'Running with the Brontasauruses, the attack of the T-Rexes, the attack of the 50 pound insects, and alligator sized leeches, and all the slobbering, the crunching of bones, and filth, stench and feels like this:..."well...I've had five cups of coffee, a quart of soda pop, a large box of raisinettes..can we ratchet up the adrenalin any more?"

...My God in Heaven, help me !" New cell phones coming out boast of "4G", or fourth generation ( soon there will be a 5G and make you go out and buy the newer version, and keep the millions rolling in from your bank accounts to the phone moguls )-these phones emphasize 'for the deaf and hard of hearing"...well King Kong and movies like it are clearly for the emotionally dead, and "Hard of Feeling".
I suppose all that is fine for teenagers, who require massive doses of stimulation.

The rest of us search for tenderness, artistry, skill level, subtlety, literary qualities, etc. "Amor Brujo" is awash in all these fine qualities. And guess what? did not take a battalion of computer geeks, a billion dollars, and another battalion of spoiled rich kids with more money than life experience or intelligence of any description. "Amor Brujo" was done with , probably, NO one getting paid, no set change, all on one sound stage...albeit, with every single participant exuding skill and talent from every pore. Most important of all..."we started with a good libretto"...a good script and a good score.
Enjoy the images I upload. For some reason, no matter how hard I try to arrange the images in sequence, the receiving end at amazon scrambles the order. But that's okay. You should still get a feel for the awesomeness of this powerful script and the talented players in it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ultimate flamenco! 22 juillet 2012
Par Helen Overfield - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
While it is hard to chose which of these three video's is my favourite, "Carmen" would have to be it. Carlos Saura intertwines the classic Carmen saga with the personal lives of his flamenco stars: Antonio Gades, Cristina Hoyos, and Laura del Sol. I also would recommend "Blood Weddiing" because it begins with the cast arriving backstage, setting up their dressing tables, and a brief parsonal narrative by Mr. Gades. The third video, "El Amor Brujo" doesn't disappoint either. It too features superb dancing, and a look into the Spanish gypsy culture. I would highly recommend this Criterion Collection, which is getting harder to find. My copy was in mint condition, and I would recommend this supplier, Boothill Sales, as well!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Wholly Spanish Film & Dance Trilogy 19 septembre 2009
Par Stephan Laurent - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This set is a must-have for anyone who loves the passion of the Spanish temperament. Ably filmed by Carlos Saura, one of the master filmmakers of the Iberic Peninsula, each work represents a different side of Spain, as presented in story-telling, music, and dance. Antonio Gadès, who has to be counted among the best dancers and choreographer of Flamenco, composed all of the dance scenes in all three films, and appears in them as well.
"Carmen", the best-known in the trilogy, is a story within a story, a dance within a dance, as it presents Gadès choreographing a Flamenco Ballet on the famous Bizet/Mérimée opera, and falls in jealous love with his principal dancer Carmen. Pure drama, pure flamenco, and very inventive choreography.
The other two parts of this triptych are Federico Garcia Lorca's "Blood Wedding" and "El Amor Brujo" (Love, the Magician), Manuel deFalla's best-known work for Mezzo-Soprano & Orchestra.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dance on Film never looked this good! 17 janvier 2009
Par Larry Billman - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Carlos Saura is the quintessential master of capturing dance on film. His obvious love of the art form reaches its peak in "Tango," but these films were the steps he needed to take to direct (what I think is) the most beautiful dance film to date. The art direction, camera work, dancers and performances in these three Flamenco films are extraodinary. Saura has also done the world a great favor by capturing Antonio Gades and Christina Hoyos in their prime and brought them the worldwide attention they deserved. Oddly enough, I was exposed to Saura's brilliance in Tokyo seeing "Blood Wedding" - in Spanish, with Japanese subtitles. It didn't matter, as "words" are merely that. It is the DANCE that speaks to the viewer. Rather than his films being a passive experience, the incredible "voyueristic" aspect that Saura allows the viewer is also a "First." We are watching dance being created, we are surrounded by it, immersed in it and it is all excitingly visceral. The unique abstract settings, rehearsal hall mirrors and "no frills" art direction frame what Saura wants us to see: The dance. Thanks to Criterion (the Highest Standard in Video/DVD releases) for creating these Film Dance masterpieces - and, at a bargain price! They are brilliant.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 WORTH THE WAIT 15 mai 2009
Par My Two Cents,and some change... - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I saw the last film in this trilogy, El Amour Brujo, in college back in 1986 nad have been attempting to find it ever since. After a few airings on a spanish channel, edited down and pumped full of commercials, my multiple viewings, home recorded vhs tape finally gave out. A new tape could be purchased from a few retail stores for about $85. Much a I love the movie, it was way too much to pay, and so , my search for a dvd version or affordable vhs version continued.
...and along came Criterion Collection Eclipse Series 6 release.
OH MY GOSH!!!!!! HERE IT IS!!!! The movie I fell in love withwas not only remastered with a beautiful print, easier to read subtitles (the original subtitles were white and were often lost in the background of the movie,) but you also get the other two films as well. And they're really good too! This collection is perfect for anyone who loves dance, musicals, and foreign films. Over the years, I have introduced these films to family and friends, never have I come across anyone who has not enjoyed them. I was so excited over this release, I purchased copies for all three of my sisters for their birthday gifts. Go get your copy now!
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