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The Libertine

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An antidote to the sunny period pieces adopted from Jane Austen, which feature impeccably coifed aristocrats engaging in the witty banter of drawing room dramas and culminating in most delightful denouements, THE LIBERTINE highlights the underbelly of the British aristocracy of centuries past. Adapted from the play by Stephen Jeffreys, the plot follows the dastardly debauchery of the Earl of Rochester (a mischievous Johnny Depp), a hedonist who makes Oscar Wilde seem moralistic. The Earl spends his days and nights in beds, brothels, and bars, awakening from drunken blackouts only to stumble to the nearest whorehouse. Yet this ravishing rake also possesses a talent for poetry, and turns his escapades into acid-tongued witticisms that pepper this frisky film. Directed by first-timer Laurence Dunmore, the historical film picks up in 1678, when the Earl returns to London at the behest of King Charles II (magnetically played by John Malkovich, who starred in the play when it was staged at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre). With his young wife in tow, the Earl immediately immerses himself into a litany of transgressions. When he meets a prostitute and burgeoning actress named Elizabeth Barry (Samantha Morton), he obsessively takes her under his wing, crafting her into an acclaimed stage starlet and eventually bedding her. What follows is a spiral upward, downward, and sideways through the city's pleasure palaces, culminating in a quasi-tragic, quasi-relieving denouement. Melding the naughty energy of his 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' character with the brooding darkness of his wearied detective in 'From Hell', Depp gives a pitch-perfect performance that carries the film, eliciting strange sympathy for such a despicable devil. The score, by the award-winning composer Michael Nyman, adds even further moodiness and dramatic edge to the story.


Mídia Filmes     DVD
Número de discos 1
Lançado 8 de maio de 2006
Data do lançamento original 2005
EAN/UPC 5017239192890
Gravadora EIV EDV9289
Genre Action
Dimensões 216 × 160 × 16 mm   ·   82 g
Tempo de reprodução 01:49:00
Código de região Region 2   (Europa)
Formato de áudio Dolby Digital 5.1
Formato de vídeo 2.35:1 WS (16:9 COD)
Idioma English  
Legendas English
Observe Este filme pode não estar legendado em Brazilian Portuguese
Contribuidor primário John Malkovich
Contribuidor primário Johnny Depp
Skuespiller Johnny Depp
Skuespiller Tom Hollander
Skuespiller Samantha Morton
Skuespiller John Malkovich
Skuespiller Rosamund Pike

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