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  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0), Français (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B0020K4YWI
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 60.775 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Rayé de l'ordre des médecins, le docteur Eugène Sands sombre dans l'alcool. Un soir, il sauve la vie d'un dealer grièvement blessé. Raymond Blossom, un caïd du milieu, lui propose 10 000 $ en échange de ses services : Sands devra opérer complices, témoins ou associés. Sans le savoir, Eugène Sands vient de poser un pied en enfer.

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Par Sylvdra le 20 mai 2013
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Fan D'angelina jolie depuis des années, je suis déçue par ce film pas terrible. On voit bien que ces deux stars d'aujourd'hui n'étaient pas à leur top à cette époque. Il faut y penser, début de carrirère dit forcément quelques navets et je trouve que celui-ci en fait parti...
Heureusement que la suite de leurs carrières remonte le niveau! :)
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Je l'avoue j'ai acheté ce film car je suis une grande fan de duchovny depuis x files.
Il ne s'agit évidemment pas du film du siècle mais ça se regarde.
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Très bon petit film, a petit budget, mais très bien fait. Si vous ne l'avez pas vu, je le conseil.
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11 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9143ebb8) étoiles sur 5 Uneven, couldn't make up its mind about what it was 26 avril 2000
Par Tung Yin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"Playing God" was supposed to be David Duchovny's breakout movie role; he had previously starred in movies such as "Kalifornia" and "The Rapture," but "Playing God" came out at the height of "The X-Files"'s popularity and acclaim.
You can understand what Duchovny was trying to do here, to get away from the straight arrow yet weird role of Fox Mulder. So he chooses the role of a disgraced doctor whose license to practice medicine has been revoked due to his substance abuse problems. What's a guy supposed to do?
Well, if you hang out in seedy bars where gunfights break out, you demonstrate how handy your skills can be to people who get shot and wounded a lot. Kind of like a black market surgeon. That's how Duchovny gets hooked up with crime boss Timothy Hutton.
I had great expectations for this movie when it came out, and while I was disappointed, I thought the critics were far harsher than warranted. True, Duchovny's performance, while not bad, seems very similar to what he does on "The X-Files," a sort of flat, somewhat wry, never in real danger attitude.
The biggest flaw with the movie has to be the fact that it couldn't make up its mind about what it wanted to be, film noir or dark comedy. At times, it veers toward a "Pulp Fiction"-like fascination with the minutia of being a criminal, while at other times it tries (but fails) to evoke suspense and fear. (For example, there's a scene where some bad guys want him to fix up their dead friend. The way the scene is cut in the trailer, it comes across as funny when Duchovny says, "I'll see what I can do." The way its cut in the movie, there's an intervening line of dialogue where Duchovny seems to be quite frightened; the effect of the following response is ruined.) With the excellent cast, it could have done either one competently; but its attempt to do both fails. Personally, I think the dark comedy would have been the better way to go. There's a scene near the end where Duchovny, in an elevator surrounded by Asian tourists, does a deadpan response to an annoying FBI agent that's the highlight of the movie.
In summary, this is a decent rental if you lower your expectations.
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Par Reticuli - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
What can you get with a good script, good acting, good casting, poor editing, poor original music composition, and so-so direction? The answer: a film like this. The composer is channeling some of the worst b-movie concepts in the history of the last few decades here. There's a scene where Jolie gets shot that is so badly edited, directed, and scored you'll actually think it's intentionally botched...but I highly doubt it. Someone criticized the Director of Photography, but I didn't see any indication of incompetence in that regard here. The angles and shots you see in the final film are the fault of the director and the editor. They're not poorly lit or underexposed, and the principles look fine. The sets were also not bad, either. I would say it was likely the script that appealed to the actors and, in all honesty, how bad could some Hollywood professionals mess up a concept like this? A lot, it turns out. On the plus side, Jolie is at her most photogenic in this. You're only 21 once, after all. It's unfortunate they got rid of the romance between the doctor and her, both for the skin potential and to add more weight to the conflict at the end. In all likelihood the producers of this film simply got lucky when they happened to hire one really good casting director.
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HASH(0x91440060) étoiles sur 5 A Hidden Treat 27 août 2001
Par James Andresen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
PLAYING GOD never got the theatrical time it deserved. It's a great noir film with good characters, performances, and direction. The story about conterfeiting and a doctor reluctantly hired as a mob doc is quite original, and at the same time, it achieves a great level of humor that is tried but not reached in many crime films. David D's performance is spot-on and he delivers his lines with gusto. Timothy Hutton has so much fun with his role that he eats up every scene he is in. A pre-FARGO Peter Stromare gives a very credible performance as a Russian counterfeiter and Angelina Jolie proves that she is a good actress even at the beginning of her career with the limited role that she is given. However, Hutton overshadows everyone else with his great line delivery and facial expressions. Some of the best lines of the film belong to him, and he gives them very well. Andy Wilson's direction is very good and suspenseful, and some of his more complicated shots work very well. He has a great sense of pacing and it works well for the film. Everyone that made this film should be proud. It is fun, exciting, and more importantly, entertaining as hell. It's everything a crime/noir/comedy should be, which raises it above the bar that has been set.
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HASH(0x9144042c) étoiles sur 5 A very enjoyable movie 29 août 2003
Par J. Rhone - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I would give it five stars because it is my favorite movie of all time, but some would say that it's far from perfect. I really like this movie because the main character, has flaws. It makes it seem more realistic to me when people in movies aren't perfect. It has good camera work that I really like. It makes for some cool shots and I never felt lost when some action was going on. It has a cool car chase, just the right amount of comedy here and there, a decent story, fairly good acting, and some good action! This definatly could have been better, but I think it has just the right combination of things to make it an enjoyable movie that I think anyone that is a fan of action or David Duchovny should definately see. I don't think you'll be dissapointed!
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HASH(0x91440510) étoiles sur 5 Excellent acting with an absurd premise 20 mai 2003
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
David Duchovny took his time off from The X-Files to star in this far fetched thriller where he plays a disgraced surgeon who is recruited by a wealthy criminal (Timothy Hutton) to perform meatball surgeries on his wounded henchmen. The plot, character development, and directing aren't anything sophisticated and are far from being anything special, but Playing God kind of works thanks to excellent performances from Duchovny, Hutton (in his best role next to The Dark Half), a pre-fame Angelina Jolie, Peter Storemare, and CSI's Gary Dourdan. Check it out if your a fan of Duchovny, just don't take it too seriously.
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