The Others (2001)



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Titolo originale: The Others–>
Genere: Drammatico, Mystery, Thriller–>
Durata: 101–>
Nazione: USA, Spain, France, Italy–>
Regia:

  • Alejandro Amenábar

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Scritto da:

  • Alejandro Amenábar

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Produzione:

  • Fernando Bovaira (regista)
  • Eduardo Chapero-Jackson (produttore associato)
  • Tom Cruise (produttore esecutivo)
  • José Luis Cuerda (regista)
  • Miguel Ángel González (produttore tecnico)
  • Emiliano Otegui (produttore tecnico)
  • Sunmin Park (regista)
  • Rick Schwartz (produttore esecutivo)
  • Paula Wagner (produttore esecutivo)
  • Bob Weinstein (produttore esecutivo)
  • Harvey Weinstein (produttore esecutivo)

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Musiche:

  • Alejandro Amenábar

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Trama del film:

A woman named Grace retires with her two children to a mansion on Jersey, towards the end of the Second World Guerra, where she's waiting for her husband to come back from battle. The children have a disease which means they cannot be touched by direct sunlight without being hurt in some way. They will live alone there with oppressive, strange and almost religious rules, until she needs to hire a group of servants for them. Their arrival will accidentally begin to break the rules with unexpected consequences. Written by David Villalmanzo

In 1945, in Jersey, Channel Islands, the widow Grace Stewart lives in a lonely old house with her daughter Anne and her son Nicholas. Grace lost her beloved husband Charles in the World War II and their children are photosensitive and Grace keeps the curtains and the doors closed to protect Anne and Nicholas against the sunlight. Grace raises her children with strict discipline and following religious principles. Grace hires the strange housekeeper Mrs. Bertha Mills, the mute maid Lydia and the gardener Mr. Edmund Tuttle that have asked for a job. Out of the blue, mysterious things happen in the mansion and Anne claims that there is a boy named Viktor that visits them. Grace unsuccessfully seeks out the intruders until the day she has a revelation about the house and its intruders. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

A woman named Grace (Kidman) is living with her two children Anne and Nicholas (Mann and Bentley) on an almost empty island in their huge mansion. Grace's husband is a soldier in WWII and Grace has given her husband up for dead. Everything seems peaceful for her, but when three mysterious servants are given jobs at the house, terrifying secrets are unlocked that even Grace cannot handle. Written by Morticon

It's nearing the end of the Second World War and Grace Stewart lives with her photosensitive children in a large and silent house. After her previous servants went missing, Grace accepted the offers of work from three new servants. Since these three have entered the home, strange events occur, and Grace begins to wonder if it's her sanity getting the better of her or if there is something much more in the house with them. Written by FilmFanUk

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1 Comment

  1.  

    Manthorpe said

    February 27 2012 @ 18:42

    I’ll have to admit that I put off watching this movie despite being told
    by
    several friends that it was pretty good and worth checking out. That’s
    mostly because "scary" movies usually turn out to be nothing but crap
    riddled, cheap thrill fests with terrible acting by actors just looking
    for
    their next handout…not to mention directors that care nothing about the
    progress of their careers. That and the slew of B- horror/thriller movies
    that seemed to come out very close together along with this movie made me
    a
    little apprehensive. However, I was pleasantly surprised.

    First off, I’d like to say that I have yet to see The Sixth Sense, so I
    cannot comment on any similarities between the two films that I have heard
    exist.

    Grace (Kidman) and her two young photosensitive (X.P.) children live in a
    sprawling old house together in England in the 1940’s and await the return
    of their father and husband who went off to fight the Germans in WWII. As
    a
    result of the children’s very rare and dangerous skin condition, all of
    the
    house’s curtains must be shut during the day and all of the doors must be
    closed and locked to prevent any accidental solar exposure to the
    children.
    Despite the warnings from her children and new found servants, strange
    things begin to happen in the house which Grace chooses not to accept or
    investigate…partly because of her zealous religious beliefs which leave
    her closed minded and ignorant to things outside her psychological realm
    of
    thinking. Sooner or later, she will have to come to terms with what’s
    going
    on…

    Kidman’s acting is admirable in this movie, and although I usually have a
    hard time enjoying her films, I felt she did a very decent job here. I
    think
    she was born to play a stubborn, hard nosed, uptight tart, and that’s not
    necessarily a bad thing. I especially enjoyed the acting performances from
    both of the children. Both are talented child actors and were definitely
    helped by the script which captured what it’s like to be a child. I was
    constantly reminded of my own childhood amongst the belittling and teasing
    between the two, and of course the naive and adorable fears. The film is
    shot beautifully and has a lot of atmosphere, partly due to the fact that
    since the children are photosensitive, the house must always be dark, and
    the director definitely likes to play with that. There’s something else
    that
    helps the film’s atmosphere as well, the fog, which obviously adds to the
    general spookiness. But I’ll leave that one alone as it plays an important
    role herein. The score helps as well, and is well placed and
    executed.

    Overall, I found this to be a very respectable and enjoyable film in
    almost
    all respects, and I no longer consider Kidman a pretty face begging for
    nude
    scenes. I felt it was very well thought out, and if it weren’t for a minor
    plothole involving Grace’s husband, I would have ranked it higher.

    Easily a solid 8/10.

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