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Lincoln, 1 DVD, 144 minutes
Les dernier mois tumultueux du mandat du 16éme Président des Etats-Unis. Dans une nation déchirée par la guerre civile et secouée par le vent du changement, Abraham Lincoln met tout en oeuvre pour résoudre le conflit, unifier le pays et abolir l'esclavage. Cet homme doté d'une détermination et d'un courage moral exceptionnels va devoir faire des choix qui bouleverseront le destin des générations à venir.
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There is an eloquent explanation given by Lincoln (Daniel Day-Lewis) near the beginning of the film which clarifies the political and legal dilemma faced by the abolitionists; the remainder of the film sees the process by which Lincoln and his supporters build cross-party agreement and individual support from “lame ducks” (politicians who have lost their seats, but are still in office till their successors take over).
The period detail is fascinating and the depiction of events seem very accurate – at least to my own knowledge anyway. UK viewers are perhaps at a disadvantage as American history isn`t generally given much coverage in our education system, but the drama and political horse-trading should provide enough story to engage most viewers.
The cinematography is beautiful and evocative; rather sombre in colour-range reflecting the period, lamp-lit interiors and the background of relentless war.
The cast is superb.
One of the finest historical films I've had the pleasure of watching, this held me for all it's near 2 ½ hours; it could well be Spielberg`s masterpiece – certainly one of his best films.
The UK DVD release has two extras; a short “making of “ documentary at just under 9 minutes and “Crafting the Past” a look at the costume, set design and period detailing of the film.
The film was produced by Spielberg and frequent collaborator Kathleen Kennedy, through their respective production companies, Amblin Entertainment and the Kennedy/Marshall Company. Filming began October 17, 2011, and ended on December 19, 2011. Lincoln premiered on October 8, 2012 at the New York Film Festival. The film was co-produced by DreamWorks Pictures and Participant Media, and released theatrically by Touchstone Pictures in the United States on November 9, 2012. The film was released on January 25, 2013, in the United Kingdom, with distribution in international territories by 20th Century Fox.
Lincoln received widespread critical acclaim, with major praise directed to the acting, especially Day-Lewis' performance, as well as the direction and production merits. In December 2012, the film was nominated for seven Golden Globe Awards including Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director for Spielberg and winning Best Actor (Motion Picture – Drama) for Day-Lewis. At the 85th Academy Awards, the film was nominated for 12 Academy Awards including Best Picture; it won for Best Production Design and Best Actor for Day-Lewis. The film was also a commercial success, having grossed more than $275 million at the box office
Lincoln received worldwide critical acclaim. The cast was notably lauded, especially Day-Lewis, Field, and Jones. The film currently holds a 90% approval rating on the review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 242 reviews with an average rating of 8/10, with the critical consensus "Daniel Day-Lewis characteristically delivers in this witty, dignified portrait that immerses the audience in its world and entertains even as it informs." On Metacritic, which assigns a rating out of 100 based on reviews from critics, the film has a score of 86 (out of 100) based on 44 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim", thus making it Spielberg's highest rated film on the site since Saving Private Ryan.
a remarkable and intense account of 'Lincoln's' determination to abolish
slavery in the Southern States.
Not only has he to find a way of convincing 20 members of the Democrat party,
he also has many within his own ranks to convince.
Four million slaves await for outcome of the vote.
agreement will hasten the conclusion of hostility paving the way to reunite
All men are created equal.........????
'Steven Spielberg' again delivers quality as he has over and over again down
the years, along with a mesmerising performance by 'Daniel Day-Lewis'
The film has many outstanding performances on board in this powerful drama,
another 'Spielberg' classic surely.
Much talk has been made of Daniel Day-Lewis award winning portrayal of Mr Lincoln and the hype is well founded as you forget your watching an actor in the film Day-Lewis is Abraham Lincoln. Not to be forgotten also in this film are the excellent parts played by Tommy Lee-Jones, Sally Field, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jared Harris.
I really enjoyed Lincoln and would recommend the film to anyone with a love of History, Drama and Cinema. I would also recommend these similar Films/TV shows John Adams - The Complete HBO Series [DVD]Amistad [DVD]Ken Burns - The Civil War Commemorative Edition [DVD] and The West Wing - Complete Season 1-7 [DVD]
It is brilliant.
Spielberg has brought us food for thought to the screen again.
And realisation comes that the human race has still a long way to go, equality.
The historical significance and the fight to abolish slavery, here in the UK, and U.S.
Wealth, greed, ignorance, stereo typing.
Daniel Day Lewis is Lincoln.
DVD info is always so interesting, costume design, set design, makeup, which of course is not available in the cinema!
This film will be a classic.