David Holzman's diary (Jim McBride, 1967) DVDRip VO

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David Holzman's diary (Jim McBride, 1967) DVDRip VO

Mensaje por faustroll » Dom 25 Dic, 2005 01:13

Hammett un poco más abajo:
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Debut en la dirección del irregular Jim McBride.

DAVID HOLZMAN´DIARY
El diario de David Holzman

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AÑO: 1967
NACIONALIDAD: USA
GÉNERO: Drama
DIRECTOR: Jim McBride
PRODUCTOR: Jim McBride
GUIONISTA: Mike BInder
MÚSICA: Miles Goodman
FOTOGRAFÍA: Michael Wadleigh
REPARTO: L.m. Kit Carson, Eileen Dietz, Lorenzo Mans, Louise Levine, Fern Mcbride, Michel Lévine, Bob Lesser, Jack Baran .
ARGUMENTO: Un joven cineasta decide filmar una película sobre su vida diaria, de esta manera descubrirá cosas importantes sobre sí mismo y sobre su realidad.
Excerpts from promo fluff on box:

Shot in 1967, David Holzman's Diary is a milestone in contemporary film history. Brilliantly conceived and executed, it manages to simultaneously be very much of its time and very many years ahead of its time.

The film tells the story of David Holzman, a young man infatuated with film and filmmaking. Newly unemployed and beset with doubts and worries, Holzman thinks that filming his everyday existence will 'bring life into focus'. Staged to seem like a documentary of a real person's life, Holzman's filming of his life starts to take over his life.

Arguably the first 'mockumentary', it has been little seen but hugely influential over the years. The film is also enormously prescient about our current times, when seemingly everyone records everything to do with their lives for the camera.

excerpts from critic Jonathan Rosenbaum's essay (included in full within the torrent):

One of the first and best of the great pseudo-documentaries, and certainly one of the cleverest to be made in the 60's after Peter Watkins' Culloden and The War Game.

Playing with the form of cinema-verite while subverting much of the content by making extended portions of it fictional, McBride was emulating the practice of his French models, filming his theory rather than just writing about it. Of course, a good bit of the film is documentary, especially when the camera is roaming around Manhattan in the west '70s. And even when the narrative premises and performances are fictional, the film qualifies as documentary in quite another way - by bearing witness to the mood, preoccupations and lifestyles of its own epoch.
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File Name .........................................: David Holzman's Diary (1967).avi
File Size (in bytes) ............................: 733,915,136 bytes
Runtime ............................................: 1:12:46

Video Codec ...................................: XviD 1.2 SMP
Frame Size ......................................: 512x384 (AR: 1.333)
FPS .................................................: 25.000
Video Bitrate ...................................: 1162 kb/s
Bits per Pixel ...................................: 0.236 bpp
B-VOP, N-VOP, QPel, GMC.............: [B-VOP], [], [], []

Audio Codec ...................................: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Sample Rate ...................................: 48000 Hz
Audio Bitrate ...................................: 169 kb/s [2 channel(s)] VBR
No. of audio streams .......................: 1
Enlace: David Holzman's Diary (1967).avi

Al descargar el archivo venía un archivo idx pero sin el sub correspondiente,...no lo he conseguido abrir con lo cual no se si existen subtítulos disponibles en algún idioma.

Un saludo.

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david holzman's diary.avi

Sorry, I don't have much time for doing that so you can add any details about the film if you want. But rip comes from VHS source. Its DVD will be out on January. Enjoy and Merry Christmas!

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Mensaje por tethor » Dom 25 Dic, 2005 01:15

LOL :wink:

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Mensaje por Fitzcarraldo » Dom 25 Dic, 2005 05:04

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The great-granddaddy of all fictumentaries, David Holzman’s Diary is done so straight and so realistically that some video stores keep it in their documentary sections. Unfortunately, the skill with which it was created is also its undoing. For those who are unaware that the film is fiction, it plays as 74 minutes of documentary footage of the young, irrationally exuberant, and terminally dull David Holzman’s life. Even for those who are in on the joke, it is difficult to truly enjoy watching the pathetic Holzman’s struggles.

As its name implies, the film is fashioned as if David is keeping a film diary of his life. In the late 60s, when the film was shot, this was possible because light, portable sound equipment had been invented only a few years before. And the one-man, double-system setup that David employs on his occasional expeditions into New York City was impossible before this new technology was developed. So, like any good satire, the film is a product of the time in which it was created. Slyly lampooning the pretentious and insufferable nature of some of the work that had come out of this new, more intimate class of cinema, David Holzman’s Diary has a message that everyone should take to heart: your life might not really be that interesting.

David has decided that he will film whenever he can, and that includes filming his beautiful girlfriend who (naturally) is uncomfortable with the constant presence of the camera. When David films her one time too many (and in a rather intimate manner) she storms out, never to be seen again. So David is left by himself to give monologues to the camera or to stalk girls on the subway. Sometimes this is very funny, such as his obsession with the girl across the street, but as a whole it is so dry that it nearly becomes the very thing it is making fun of.

Where Holzman succeeds the most is its ability to convey David’s infatuation with film and filmmaking. In his opening monologue, David tells us that “noted French wit Jean-Luc Godard called film ‘truth at 24 frames per second.’” David really believes in this, and it is an especially clever way to begin a 74 minute lie. There is a certain intoxicating naiveté to filmmakers with such an unabashed belief in the truth-telling properties of film. And David’s glee as he walks through the city holding his camera over his head, to show off his new fish-eye lens attachment, is appealing. And perhaps the best scene in the film is a single extended shot of David’s friend Pepe tells David what the audience already knows; film is a complete disaster and was a terrible idea to begin with.

Released one year before Take The Money and Run, David Holzman’s Diary is probably the first fictumentary, not counting Buñuel’s pseudo-documentary Land Without Bread (1932). It has never enjoyed huge success, but because it was such a groundbreaking film it was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1991.
great great film ;) don't miss it! thanks faustroll :)

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Mensaje por trep » Dom 25 Dic, 2005 13:40

A legendary movie, thanks Faustroll!

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Mensaje por auess » Mar 27 Dic, 2005 15:58

THANKS faustroll !!! :plas: This is absolutely a long-waited stuff! A indie CLASSIC! :juas:

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Mensaje por lapsus » Mar 03 Ene, 2006 21:57

Gracias! Thanks faustroll!

Yo que hice la petición hace un tiempo, estoy obligado a descargar.

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Mensaje por auess » Jue 05 Ene, 2006 05:13

542MB/700MB NOW! :D
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Mensaje por arquelao » Mié 13 Sep, 2006 17:55

¿Hay subtitulos para esta peli?

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David Holzman´s diary (Jim McBride, 1967) DVDRip VO

Mensaje por hammett » Lun 16 Feb, 2009 20:51

ZAIREEKA EN KG
Debut en la dirección del irregular Jim McBride.

DAVID HOLZMAN´DIARY
El diario de David Holzman

Imagen

Imagen

IMDB

AÑO: 1967
NACIONALIDAD: USA
GÉNERO: Drama
DIRECTOR: Jim McBride
PRODUCTOR: Jim McBride
GUIONISTA: Mike BInder
MÚSICA: Miles Goodman
FOTOGRAFÍA: Michael Wadleigh
REPARTO: L.m. Kit Carson, Eileen Dietz, Lorenzo Mans, Louise Levine, Fern Mcbride, Michel Lévine, Bob Lesser, Jack Baran .
ARGUMENTO: Un joven cineasta decide filmar una película sobre su vida diaria, de esta manera descubrirá cosas importantes sobre sí mismo y sobre su realidad.
Excerpts from promo fluff on box:

Shot in 1967, David Holzman's Diary is a milestone in contemporary film history. Brilliantly conceived and executed, it manages to simultaneously be very much of its time and very many years ahead of its time.

The film tells the story of David Holzman, a young man infatuated with film and filmmaking. Newly unemployed and beset with doubts and worries, Holzman thinks that filming his everyday existence will 'bring life into focus'. Staged to seem like a documentary of a real person's life, Holzman's filming of his life starts to take over his life.

Arguably the first 'mockumentary', it has been little seen but hugely influential over the years. The film is also enormously prescient about our current times, when seemingly everyone records everything to do with their lives for the camera.

excerpts from critic Jonathan Rosenbaum's essay (included in full within the torrent):

One of the first and best of the great pseudo-documentaries, and certainly one of the cleverest to be made in the 60's after Peter Watkins' Culloden and The War Game.

Playing with the form of cinema-verite while subverting much of the content by making extended portions of it fictional, McBride was emulating the practice of his French models, filming his theory rather than just writing about it. Of course, a good bit of the film is documentary, especially when the camera is roaming around Manhattan in the west '70s. And even when the narrative premises and performances are fictional, the film qualifies as documentary in quite another way - by bearing witness to the mood, preoccupations and lifestyles of its own epoch.
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DATOS TECNICOS

File Name .........................................: David Holzman's Diary (1967).avi
File Size (in bytes) ............................: 733,915,136 bytes
Runtime ............................................: 1:12:46

Video Codec ...................................: XviD 1.2 SMP
Frame Size ......................................: 512x384 (AR: 1.333)
FPS .................................................: 25.000
Video Bitrate ...................................: 1162 kb/s
Bits per Pixel ...................................: 0.236 bpp
B-VOP, N-VOP, QPel, GMC.............: [B-VOP], [], [], []

Audio Codec ...................................: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Sample Rate ...................................: 48000 Hz
Audio Bitrate ...................................: 169 kb/s [2 channel(s)] VBR
No. of audio streams .......................: 1
Enlace: David Holzman's Diary (1967).avi

Al descargar el archivo venía un archivo idx pero sin el sub correspondiente,...no lo he conseguido abrir con lo cual no se si existen subtítulos disponibles en algún idioma.

Un saludo.
"La vida es en color, pero el blanco y negro es más realista"

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Re: David Holzman´s diary (Jim McBride, 1967) DVDRip VO

Mensaje por marlowe62 » Mar 17 Feb, 2009 22:14

Comentario.
Primera película de Jim McBride, David Holzman's Diary (1967). Citada a menudo como una influencia para otros realizadores, y protagonizada por L.M. Kit Carson (más tarde co-guionista de Paris, Texas), capta con gracia y aparente ligereza una serie de problemáticas mayores sobre la imagen en la era de la masificación de los medios de registro; algo que hoy no sólo está vigente sino llevado mucho más lejos.
Al quedar cesante, y además sentir que puede ser reclutado en cualquier momento para partir a Vietnam, Holzman se hace de una cámara y una grabadora sincrónica y decide cándidamente registrar su vida. Pregunta de base: ¿a quién le importa? Pero además en su vida no existe sólo él, sino otra gente, como su novia, que por lo tanto deben aparecer también. Quiéranlo o no. La cámara se transforma en agresión, en arma de posesión del otro. O de apropiación de un espacio –cuando Holzman sale a filmar su barrio neoyorquino- y testimonio de un tiempo.
Es la manía del momento por captarlo todo sin cuestionarse la utilidad y la legitimidad del gesto la que está satirizada en primer lugar. Pero también el status de la imagen y, por supuesto, su verosimilitud por la simple razón de aparentarse a un estilo asociado a la realidad o –aún más peligrosamente a partir de su nombre- la verdad (Mabuse).
AWARDS:
U.S. National Film Registry (win) - 1990 Library of Congress

Todo un clásico.

Mil gracias, hammett. ¿Podéis comerle el coco a Zaireeka en KG para que saque los subs?
Un saludo.

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Re: David Holzman's diary (Jim McBride, 1967) DVDRip VO

Mensaje por pochutla » Mié 25 Feb, 2009 19:54

Muchas gracias Hammet

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Re: David Holzman's diary (Jim McBride, 1967) DVDRip VO

Mensaje por botibol » Lun 19 Oct, 2009 00:20

Pincho para volver a ver esta peli desde una nueva óptica. No recuerdo mucho mas allá de la cogorza de sidra que se pilló el McBride el día que le tocaba presentarla.

No se sabe nada de los subs que lleva el dvd ¿no?, cuando vuelva a kg intentaré dar la brasa al ripeador.

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Re: David Holzman's diary (Jim McBride, 1967) DVDRip VO

Mensaje por botibol » Jue 21 Ene, 2010 20:29

Hola, me ha costado dios y esfuerzo descargar esta película, ¡desde el día en que postée-18 Octubre-hasta hoy!, la dejo en lanzamiento y con powershare una temporadita así que si alguno quereis apuntaros es el momento.

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