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Four Flies on Grey Velvet [Blu-ray] [Import anglais]

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Détails sur le produit

  • Acteurs : Michael Brandon, Mimsy Farmer, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Bud Spencer
  • Réalisateurs : Dario Argento
  • Format : Anamorphique, Dolby, Cinémascope, Import
  • Audio : Italien (Dolby Digital 5.1), Anglais (DTS-HD 2.0)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Toutes les régions
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Ais
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 3 avril 2012
  • Durée : 100 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B005PM6M3M
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Forty years after its release and twenty years after the film disappeared from the public eye, Shameless Screen Entertainment is releasing the first ever worldwide Blu-ray of Dario Argento s lost masterpiece, Four Flies On Grey Velvet and, also for the first time ever, in the original version in which it was made. This special 40th Anniversary Edition has been fully remastered in HD from the original negative and includes four inserts of previously missing footage known amongst Argento fans as the legendary missing forty seconds . Additionally, the original pristine English audio has been remastered exclusively for this Shameless release from the original magnetic soundtrack and is being made available for the first time since the film s initial theatrical release in the 1970s.

Described by DVD Times as essential viewing , this final instalment in what is unofficially referred to as Argento s Animal Trilogy (following The Bird With The Crystal Plumage and The Cat O Nine Tails ) is a classic of the giallo genre, featuring music by Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone (The Untouchables; The Mission; The Good, The Bad And The Ugly) and starring Michael Brandon (Captain America: The First Avenger; Dempsey And Makepeace), Mimsy Farmer (The Black Cat; More), Jean-Pierre Marielle (Micmacs; The Da Vinci Code), Bud Spencer (They Call Me Trinity) and Francine Racette (Au Revoir Les Enfants; The Disappearance).

Going about his everyday life of band rehearsals and socialising with his wife, Nina (Farmer), and their hip friends, rock drummer Roberto Tobias (Brandon) notices he is constantly being followed by a strange man dressed in black. He decides to turn the tables on his stalker and follows him into an abandoned theatre, where a confrontation between the two ends with Roberto accidentally stabbing the man, who falls into the orchestra, apparently dead. Suddenly, a flash of light alerts Roberto to a figure in the upper wings of the theatre, where a mysterious person wearing a bizarre puppet mask and brandishing a camera has been taking photos of the fatal struggle. Roberto flees the scene, but the next day receives the dead man s ID card in the post. Naturally assuming it has been sent by the unknown witness, he becomes immediately concerned by the lack of any blackmail demands and is haunted by the question of what it is the masked figure wants from him. Roberto s fear and paranoia increase, and the mystery deepens, when his and Nina s housemaid is found murdered in a local park and it becomes apparent that an intruder has had access to their apartment.

Special Features:

- Introduction to the film by Luigi Cozzi.
- New, exclusive and extensive recent interview on the making of Four Flies On Grey Velvet with writer and assistant director Luigi Cozzi.
- Original English audio remastered in HD exclusively for this Shameless release from the original magnetic soundtrack and available for the first time since the film s original theatrical opening in the 1970s.
- Shameless re-build edit of the complete version of the film including four inserts of previously missing footage known amongst Argento fans as the legendary missing forty seconds (the inserts are in Standard-Definition quality). The Blu-ray will allow for seamless branching of the four inserts giving viewers two versions of the film: one all HD without the re-inserted scenes and one longer version including the inserts.
- Restoration of all individual damaged frames, most notably with respect to the removal of the black diagonal frame line (caused by the film jumping the high speed camera gate) in the final car crash sequence.
- Optional Italian audio version in HD with English subtitles.
- Italian and English trailers.
- Alternate English opening and closing credits.

Description

The Rarest Of Dario Argento S Giallo Thrillers Finally Comes To Dvd/Blu-Ray - A Twisted Tale Of Tortured Paranoia And Homicidal Frenzy. --Alan Jones

As A Work Of Celluloid Skill, Four Flies On Grey Velvet Has No Equal. (9 Out Of 10) --Popmatters.com

As A Work Of Celluloid Skill, Four Flies On Grey Velvet Has No Equal. (9 Out Of 10) --Popmatters.com

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Troisième et dernier volet de la trilogie animalière de Dario Argento, "Quatre mouches de velours gris" est une nouvelle fois un thriller horrifique de grande qualité réalisé par celui qui est devenu le maître du giallo depuis "L'oiseau au plumage de cristal". Le film est construit comme les deux précédents dans la mesure où l'objectif du long-métrage est de découvrir l'identité d'un tueur en série. Pour cela, Argento délivre une intrigue originale d'où le point de départ est un odieux chantage que subit le personnage principal interprété par Michael Brandon et qui va servir de base à l'évolution de l'enquête. Contrairement à "L'oiseau au plumage de cristal" et à "Le chat à neuf queues", "Quatre mouches de velours gris" ne s'apparente pas à un film policier mais oscille entre thriller psychologique, film noir et horreur sans jamais se spécialiser. Ce film penche toutefois plus sur les scènes de meurtres que les deux précédents avec l'utilisation de multiples objets dont l'arme blanche, seringues et autres. Dario Argento s'aventure une nouvelle fois dans la folie et les perversions humaines et comme à son habitude, les décrit sans complaisance. Le réalisateur n'hésite pas à intégrer dans son film des personnalités marginales ce qui pour l'époque était assez osé et prouvait une nouvelle fois que le metteur en scène tenait à afficher tous les comportements humains malgré les moeurs qui étaient alors extrêmement rigides.Lire la suite ›
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Dario Argento fait preuve de nouveau de sa maitrise de la réalisation et de son sens de l'angoisse et du suspens. Le scénario mais surtout la mise en scène dispensent quelques moments forts d'angoisse et des trouvailles habiles pour nous faire sursauter. Point de gore chez Dario, les meurtres sont stylisés, il n'en rajoute pas, laisse une part de l'imagination se mettre en alerte. Dans ce récit, un peu d'humour pour détendre l'atmosphère avant que le climat anxiogène ne s'installe de nouveau. La personnalité du tueur se dessine au fur et à mesure de l'intrigue, dévoilée à la fin par une astuce dont je vous laisse la surprise.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Research before you buy 3 février 2015
Par Gino B Sinopoli - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Being a fan of Dario Argento I decided to take a gamble on this movie. Dario's earlier work is what had defined him. During the 60's and 70's Giallo was at it's peak and it influenced horror the world over. I didn't have this in my personal collection so when it was released I immediately ordered it to add to my collection.

I'll admit it's got decent twists to it. Do I think it's Dario's best work. No. I can't quite put my finger on it, but something with the plot doesn't work for me. Decent suspense but nothing ground breaking that I haven't seen before. Maybe I'm jaded because I'm constant adding to my Giallo collection.

For the price some are asking $40 and higher. I wouldn't recommend it. Not unless you're a hardcore Giallo or Argento fan. I got it at a decent price, check often as at times the price can fluctuate. But lately it seems the way things are going the prices are climbing, I'm not sure if it's still in production. Best bet is to check the distributors webpage Shameless Screen Entertainment, you might be able to get it at a better price.

I'd say it's no more than a $25 move at best. ( that's pushing it )

Read reviews and do some research before you purchase this as the price is getting steeper. Go to the Shameless webpage and watch the trailer they have on their page before you make the plunge.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 "What have you got against mailmen!?" 30 juillet 2015
Par Einsatz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD-R Achat vérifié
Dario Argento took a gamble creating a story that revolves around an unlikeable jerk, who, at best, is remote and wooden (whether that's the actor's fault or the director.............?). I couldn't even summon a cursory amount of sympathy for his plight. The plot concerns a self-absorbed musician (Michael Brandon as Roberto Tobias) who is stalked by a mysterious man careful to stare at him from a safe distance. (The imagery reminded me of Rene Magritte's paintings of a man in a suit wearing a bowler hat.) Fed up, Roberto follows this stalker and `accidentally' kills him, gaining the interest of a mask-wearing photographer clever enough to be at the scene of the crime at just the right moment. Before you can scream setup, someone tries to blackmail him. At this point, I was beginning to wish Argento had hired one of the other actors considered for this pivotal role (Terence Stamp or Michael York). Brandon's great reluctance to show any expression was frustrating and puzzling. His wife Nina Tobias (Mimsy Farmer) was equally uninvolved. At one point, I forgot she was even in this movie. In fact, few of the characters/actors manifested any great presence on screen. This curious state of detachment hovered throughout, making the final revelation scene grandiloquent and overblown in comparison. It was a bit late to be injecting some emotion into the story. Equally odd, Argento also included a lot of humor (like the running gag with the mailman).
As always, Argento's greatest strength is with imagery (a well considered use of color and spatial design, not to mention his love of POV shots).

I liked it enough to keep it in my collection for future viewing.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesomeness 8 juin 2017
Par thomas OTTERMAN - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD-R Achat vérifié
I'll keep this a brief comment by saying 2 things.
First I am definitely a "Horror" / "Giallo" fan
Second is "Dario Argento" The Maestro check his films out if you haven't yet💀💀💀.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Slow Paced But Enjoyable 24 avril 2014
Par Fred - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
First off, once again I received an order from Amazon with 2 out of 3 disc cases in my order including Four Flies on Grey Velvet being broken and pieces of plastic jostling around with the discs loose from the case 'spindles', it's a miracle that this disc wasn't scratched up.

This is a good film albeit quite slow paced and the main character actor is very wooden with next to no emotion considering the perilous predicament he finds himself in throughout the movie. Aside from that it's excellent and one of Argento's cleanest shot movies, especially compared to Phenomena. The plot is ok, but I figured out the antagonist as early as half way through the movie or earlier but with Argento the ride is the joy of his movies.

If you love Argento this is well worth collecting. The transfer is decent, but some of the dark scenes almost look like grain art it's so blurry but I find many modern movies suffer the same anomalies.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 When the flies begin to crawl .... 9 juillet 2016
Par J.E. McFarland III - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Everything about this order was great - correct packaging, speedy delivery, and of course, a great film!
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