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Love Streams (Cassavetes, 1984) DVDRip VOSE

Mensaje por guantemano » Vie 23 Sep, 2005 13:28

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Director: John Cassavettes
Guión: John Cassavettes, Ted Allan basado en la obra de Ted Allan
Fotografía: Al Ruban
Música: B. Harwood
Montaje: George C. Villaseñor
Dirección artística : Phedon Papamichael
Producción: Menahem Golan, Yoram Globus
Productora: Cannon Productions

Intérpretes: Gena Rowlands (Sarh Lawson), John Cassavettes (Robert Harmon), Diahnne Abbott (Susan), Seymour Cassel (Jack Lawson), Jakob Shaw (Albie Swanson), Margaret Abbott (Margarita), Risa Blewitt (Debbie Swanson), John Roselius (Ken), Michele Conway (Agnes Swanson), Eddy Donno (Eddy Swanson), Joan Foley (Juez Dunbar).

[quote]There's no other American director who can do what John Cassavetes does on the screen. There may not be many who would want to. Mr. Cassavetes's work, in ''Love Streams,'' as in his earlier films, is as overflowing with emotional constructs as it is barren of other forms of thought. It's excessive and idiosyncratic all the way. Yet Mr. Cassavetes, as both actor and director, is never without his own peculiar magnetism and authority. Once again, he is able to galvanize a long, rambling, quirky psychodrama through sheer force of personality.

''Love Streams,'' which opens today at the Coronet, has the style, cast and concerns with which Mr. Cassavetes' devotees are familiar. The director stars as Robert, a famous author who is ''writing a book on night life,'' which means that he's a kind of den father to a household full of clean-cut young prostitutes and that his nights on the town often leave him drunk, bruised and bloody. Gena Rowlands plays Sarah, a self-proclaimed ''very happy person'' who likes to visit sick relatives - anyone's relatives - and is fragile enough to have lately been institutionalized. Their stories remain parallel for the film's first hour, but they run together when Sarah comes to stay at Robert's house. It is gradually revealed that she is his sister.

The second half of the film, in which this new closeness between Robert and Sarah accentuates their neuroses, has a different tone from the first half, which is all exposition. It takes a while for Mr. Cassavetes (who wrote the screenplay with Ted Allan, based on Mr. Allan's play) to introduce a number of subsidiary characters. Among them are the sultry nightclub singer (Diahnne Abbott) whom Robert pursues desperately and just as desperately abandons; the 8-year-old son (Jakob Shaw) who pays Robert an unexpected visit (''I haven't seen him since he was born; we were just going over old times,'' the father casually explains), and Sarah's husband (Seymour Cassel), whom she calls to tell brightly: ''Jack? I'm almost not crazy now.'' The real drama barely involves these people at all. It centers on Robert and Sarah, who are meant to be seen as two sides of the same coin.

Because Mr. Cassavetes is so much better equipped to consider his characters individually than in tandem, because his speciality is the long close-up monologue rather than the dialogue or the reaction, ''Love Streams'' is more successful in sketching Robert and Sarah separately than in bringing them together. Once they meet, the film gives itself over to outlandish devices, like an operetta fantasy in which Sarah sings to her husband and daughter about the breakup of their family, and to outlandish humor. There is the moment, for instance, when Sarah decides Robert needs something to love and brings him home two miniature horses, a goat, a parrot, a duck, some chickens and a very large dog. The spectacle of Sarah arriving at Robert's place with most of these creatures in a single taxi is funny enough. But the joke goes on too long.

It is repeated several times in ''Love Streams'' that ''love is a stream - it's continuous, it doesn't stop,'' and that ''a beautiful woman has to offer a man her secrets.'' So ''Love Streams'' is of less interest for its verbal insights than for the offbeat energy of its best scenes. In one of these, Sarah goes alone to a bowling alley in an evening dress, bowling alone to show how cheerful she can be. Miss Rowlands is vibrant enough to make this scene appealing, rather than bizarre.

Mr. Cassavetes has a fine long sequence in which he introduces his newly discovered son to a life of casual flamboyance, whisking him off to Las Vegas and teaching him how to drink beer. The outstanding moment in Miss Rowland's performance - and in the film itself - comes when she takes a spur-of-the-moment trip to France, arriving there with fur coats, several steamer trunks, lots of shopping bags and at least a dozen other pieces of luggage. She needs a porter, but the only one available speaks no English. She tries to tell him about the bags in fractured French, but he blinks uncomprehendingly. ''You can understand me if you want to,'' Sarah tells him then, with a definiteness that very nearly makes it true - and with the authority that much of Mr. Cassavetes's film possesses. [/quote]
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Subtítulos en ejpañol gracias a Chuschao
Última edición por guantemano el Mar 31 Oct, 2006 21:06, editado 2 veces en total.
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Mensaje por courier » Vie 23 Sep, 2005 16:41

Tiene buena pinta...
¿hay subs por ahí?....

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Mensaje por guantemano » Vie 23 Sep, 2005 19:35

¿hay subs por ahí?
Según bzoler, sólo en francés.
pincho el cd1, que pasa con el cd2?
Que aún no existe; cuando bzoler lo ponga allí, yo lo haré acá
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Mensaje por juanbrujo » Vie 23 Sep, 2005 20:30

Estaba a punto de ofrecerla en VHSRip, pero como están saliendo un montón de pelis dirigidas por John en DVD preferí esperar, y acerté. Es una obra maestra como el resto de su filmografía: jazz.
Si alguien se animara con los subs...

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Mensaje por fiddles » Mar 04 Oct, 2005 17:41

dios, por fin ha salido esta magnífica peli en la mula

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Klumpt mest wit mine Lishtinkt, finally reaching the concalushan that everything- absolutely everything- unwraps, spreads and reveals itself. But that was way back when.

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Mensaje por alegre » Mar 04 Oct, 2005 18:00

:D Que no se me escapen esos subs 8)

Un saludo
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Los que trafican con mi pensamiento vendiendolo al mejor postor, sólo consiguen que desprecie toda su obra...
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Mensaje por chuschao » Lun 23 Oct, 2006 21:19

Bueno, en titles hay unos en francés en 2 cd's. Si son válidos para esta versión, los traduciré con mucho gusto y algo de tiempo.

¿Os parece?
"Si hay algo que odie más que el que no me tomen en serio es que me tomen demasiado en serio." - Billy Wilder.

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Mensaje por flexus » Lun 23 Oct, 2006 21:35

chuschao escribió:Bueno, en titles hay unos en francés en 2 cd's. Si son válidos para esta versión, los traduciré con mucho gusto y algo de tiempo.

¿Os parece?
Siiiiiiiiiii
Gracias anticipadas, chuschao :wink:

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Mensaje por beniamino » Lun 23 Oct, 2006 23:51

Chuschao, te cogemos la palabra.

Ah, y gracias de antemano...

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Mensaje por guantemano » Mar 24 Oct, 2006 00:08

Muchas gracias por el ofrecimiento, los esperamos con ansia :plas:
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Mensaje por chuschao » Mar 31 Oct, 2006 20:07

Aquí están los subtítulos:

Love Streams (1984)

Espero os valgan.

Salud.

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Mensaje por guantemano » Mar 31 Oct, 2006 21:08

Ya he editado. Que los Dioses te bendigan :plas:
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Mensaje por locutus » Mar 31 Oct, 2006 21:21

guantemano escribió:Ya he editado. Que los Dioses te bendigan :plas:
:plas: :plas: :plas: :plas:

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Mensaje por juanbrujo » Mié 01 Nov, 2006 00:21

Genial noticia :plas:

Muchas gracias, chuschao por estos subtítulos sobre todo teniendo en cuenta la afición de Cassavetes por los buenos y largos diálogos.

Un saludo. :wink:

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Re: Love Streams (Cassavetes, 1984) DVDRip VOSE

Mensaje por elguaxo » Mar 23 Dic, 2008 03:41

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Synopsis: In adapting Ted Allan's play, John Cassavetes dives headlong into issues concerning love and its complications. The story follows two seemingly unconnected individuals who are in the midst of personal crises. Robert Harmon (Cassavetes) is a successful writer who can't seem to control his libido; he fills his house with a rotating cast of attractive females in order to feel less lonely. Sarah Lawson (Gena Rowlands) is a fragile woman whose life begins to fall apart when her husband divorces her and retains custody of her daughter. In a series of events, Robert takes his young son Albie on a debauched trip to Las Vegas upon seeing him for the first time since his birth; he also tries to convince Sarah to love her own daughter just little bit less. John Cassavetes's last screen appearance as an actor, and last personal film as a director, is nother challenging drama that tackles deeply profound questions without becoming heavy handed.

Reviews: Roger Ebert | Rotten Tomatoes | IMDb (external reviews)

IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087644/
IMDb Rating: 8.1/10 (654 votes)
Tomatometer: 100%

Directed by: John Cassavetes

Cast:
Gena Rowlands .... Sarah Lawson
John Cassavetes .... Robert Harmon
Diahnne Abbott .... Susan
Seymour Cassel .... Jack Lawson
Margaret Abbott .... Margarita

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               Title: Love Streams (1984)
              Source: DVD / Untouched / R2, PAL / Cinemalta
                Size: 2.347.942.481 (1/2 DVDR)
             Runtime: 02:15:07
              Format: MKV

         Video Codec: H264 (x264 rev.1057M)
       Video Bitrate: 2120 kbps
          Resolution: 652x572 (Anamorphic, displayed at 1.62 AR)
        Aspect Ratio: 1.62 (SAR: 64/45)
          Frame rate: 25 fps

         Audio Codec: AC3 (2 channels)
       Audio Bitrate: 192 kbps
       Sampling Rate: 48 KHz

            Language: English
Subtitles (muxed in): SRT: Spanish
                      VobSub: French

                  SA: HP @ Level 4.1

               Notes: Spanish subs by chuschao 
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