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  • Audio : Espagnol
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
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Et voilà que le cinéma espagnol nous présente un film éblouissant sur la vie au Mexique, la vie desinhibée et sans soucis, comme d'un monde passé, de jeunes aisés. Leur vie change en un instant quand ils rencontrent Luisita. Ils vont vous faire rire, vont souffrir, et tout ce petit monde vivra un conte de fée adorable de gaieté, un peu osé par moments et qui leur laissera des souvenirs uniques. Ils vous laissera aussi un souvenir des plus beaux. A voir, mais sans les enfants en dessous de 12 ans!
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Un film trompeur ! D'abord, on se croit dans une de ces pénibles comédies pour adolescents boutonneux mais progressivement le réalisateur nous emmène dans un curieux périple. Deux jeunes hommes vont progressivement se découvrir et entrer dans l'âge adulte grâce à une femme dont il ne seront qu'à la fin pourquoi elle les a accompagnés durant plusieurs jours dans la découverte du sexe. Réservé à ceux qui comprennent l'espagnol ou lisent l'anglais, il n'y a pas de sous-titres en français.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Blu-ray Version Far Surpasses Previous Versions 27 mars 2015
Par Jeffpsy - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Whether you've already seen the movie and love it, or have yet to see it, I strongly recommend that you see the Criterion Collection version of Y Tu Mama Tambien. It far surpasses any other version of this movie, for several reasons: I bought the Criterion Blu-ray + DVD version because, given the fluctuations of my home Wi-Fi, I found that on Netflix I was sometimes watching the movie in glorious HD, and sometimes in a far lower resolution. I wanted to see the movie consistently in all its beauty in 1080p. The new restored version, supervised by the cinematographer Lubezki, is completely upgraded visually, with richer more saturated color, and even a 2k resolution for future Hi-res players. (For those with only DVD players, the Blu-ray version comes with DVD's thrown in as well).

But equally important and far less discussed, there is a new upgraded English translation to the subtitles. The difference is huge. Rather than the literal and often stilted translations that occur in the Netflix streamed version, in the Criterion version, the Spanish dialogue has been translated into clearer, smoother, and more colloquial English. It makes for a much more coherent rendering of the dialogue, in which both the explicit and implicit content of the speech come through. Until you experience the improved translation, it is hard to imagine how much it adds to the movie's subtlety. Let me give an example of what I'm talking about: In one brief scene, characters Tenoch and Julio are catching up about an old friend of theirs. Here is the dialogue in the standard Netflix version:

Tenoch: What about Daniel?
Julio: It's crazy man. His dad threw him out of the house.
Tenoch: Wow, what a bummer, right?
Julio: No, but... he's really happy, man. He's got a girlfriend and everything.
Tenoch: Ok, well... That's good.

Here is the same scene in the "director-approved" Blu-ray version:

Tenoch: And Daniel?
Julio: Total queen at this point. His dad kicked him out.
Tenoch: S*** , that sucks.
Julio: No, he's super happy, man. Got a boyfriend and everything.
Tenoch: Then that's cool.

Not only is the old version incoherent (Why would the father be kicking Daniel out?), it totally misrepresents the meaning of what Julio is saying. Daniel was kicked out because he's gay, but Julio notes, Daniel is now happy. The old version totally misleads us by giving Daniel a "girlfriend," when in fact he now has a "boyfriend." Further, if the viewer doesn't understand that they're talking about a gay friend, the viewer would also miss the level of support and tolerance that they show for their old friend.

Overall, the updated translation is full of subtle changes in the dialogue, many small in themselves, but in their totality creating a much deeper sense of what's being said, and what's being implied. Quality of translation isn't something we talk about much, because if you don't speak both languages, you never realize what you're missing. In this case the difference is dramatic. For lovers of this film, the $22 for the Blu-ray + DVD is money well spent.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love the road trips 8 septembre 2014
Par PLexxiTronic - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
For the 2014 Criterion Collection Blu-ray disc: The 2K restoration and 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio sound, supervised by the director of photography Emmanuel Lubezki and approved by director Alfonso Cuarón is absolutely wonderful. It's very clear, evenly lit, the colors blend well indoors and out. It looks fresh.

The sound is superb. It is also very clear and even between character speech, narration, background sound, and music. The 5.1 enhances the music, IMO. The guys speak Mexican DF Spanish slang while Maribel speaks a more Castilian (Spain) Spanish, so you have to have an ear--but don't blame the soundtrack! There are English subtitles if you need them.

I let the experts rate the movie and only have to say that, for myself, I felt I was back in that Art House theater watching it for the first time all over again. For those that say there are two movie versions, the running length is 1:45:52 if you need to compare to other issues. Five stars for the Blu-Ray restoration (and Five stars for the movie itself).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This has to be one of the best movies I have ever watched 21 décembre 2016
Par John Doe - Publié sur
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This film was phenomenal. It truly shines when it comes to its hidden themes. We see confrontation with mortality, coming of age, and the sharp social divides that exist in both Mexico and all around the world. On its surface, this film also has a fun loving and comical nature. The ending was one of my favorite endings out of any movie and left me wanting to see more.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the best film comedies ever made 7 octobre 2016
Par Mihal Ceittin - Publié sur
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This is one of the funniest, most sophisticated comedies you will ever see. Compared with typical American gross-out bro-flicks, YTMT lights up the screen with a pair of break out performances from its two Mexican stars Bernal and Luna and a scorching heart-breaking performance by Spanish actress Maribel Vertu (who should have gotten an Oscar). I watch this film at least once a year along with my other Mexican favorite Amores Perros.
This is smart, sexy socially aware film making at its best...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Saw this film in it's entirety for the first time not too long ago; classic ! 18 janvier 2015
Par Shakoslovakia - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Don't let the synopsis provided on Amazon fool you (it's not wrong at all) because the truth is that this movie is so much more than a coming of age story of two horny Mexican Kids that come from two very different social backgrounds.
It's about finding your purpose for living life again.
It also asks what the true meaning of friendship is?

At least that what's what I got out of it. Great acting and dialogue. No regrets in buying it.
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