Django Desencadenado - Bd [Blu-ray]
|Género||Western, Adventure, Drama|
|Formato||PAL, Blu-ray, Subtitulado, Color, Adulto|
|Colaborador||Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, Christoph Waltz, Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L. Jackson Ver más|
|Duración||2 horas y 45 minutos|
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Descripción del producto
En Texas, dos años antes de estallar la Guerra Civil Americana, King Schultz (Christoph Waltz), un cazarecompensas alemán que le sigue la pista a unos asesinos para cobrar por sus cabezas, le promete al esclavo negro Django (Jamie Foxx) dejarlo en libertad si le ayuda a atraparlos. Él acepta pues luego quiere ir a buscar a su esposa Broomhilda (Kerry Washington), una esclava que están en una plantación del terrateniente Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio).
Detalles del producto
- Relación de aspecto : 2.35:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Dimensiones del producto : 1 x 13.6 x 17.2 cm; 68 gramos
- Director : Quentin Tarantino
- Formato multimedia : PAL, Blu-ray, Subtitulado, Color, Adulto
- Tiempo de ejecución : 2 horas y 45 minutos
- Fecha de lanzamiento : 7 junio 2013
- Actores : Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington
- Subtitulado: : Castellano, Catalán
- Subtítulos: : Español, Inglés, Coreano, Cantonés, Chino tradicional, Indonesio, Malayo
- Idioma : Catalán (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglés (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), Castellano (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1)
- Estudio : SONY
- ASIN : B00CF13KEA
- País de origen : EE. UU.
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº4,959 en Películas y TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y TV)
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Los extras son interesantes, no llegan a la hora de contenido pero son buenos de calidad, te explican diferentes ámbitos desde el vestuario hasta el adiestramiento de los caballos que encontré particularmente entretenido.
Buena edición y a un precio más que aceptable para hacen de ésta una muy buena compra.
Y un 10 para Amazon por el envío.
No le pongo ningún pero (también es cierto que poseo un home cinema normalito en casa y puede que no se aprecie la calidad del sonido al 100%)
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Essentially a German bounty hunter sunddenly comes out of nowhere, releases a group of slaves and takes one of them, the titular hero, along with him as the bounty hunter has to try to find someone to collect on. Django makes a deal to help the bounty hunter so long as the bounty hunter agrees to help Django find his wife, still held captive on a plantation in Mississipi.
There are some stunning performances from all concerned, the story has the usual wicked sense of humour that all Tarrantino films have but in this case the seriousness of the subject matter of slavery is respected and Tarrantino doesn't overdo it. The part with the KKK and their bags is obviously taking a serious dig at the stupidity of white supremicists and it's absolutely hilarious.
The best part has to be as Django and Schultz enter the the lair of Mr Candie, a dyed-in-the-wool white supremicist, racist psychopath. Samuel Jackson as the "uncle tom" character, servile and lickspittle to DiCaprio's Candie is brilliant, you just instantly hate Jackson's character and you get the feeling Jackson loves every minute of it knowing everyone will hate his character.
DiCaprio puts in a wonderful performance as the utterly vile Mr Candie, a prententious racist slave owner and there's a rather nasty undercurrent of incest hinted at in his rather overenthusiastic affection for his sister, as if DiCaprio's character wasn't vile enough!
The stars of the show are definietly Foxx and Waltz, the character's affection one another's well being really comes out and you truly believe they care deeply about each other, the arrangement isn't just one of convinience, not something you can just write in a script and hope it works, it takes a special kind of actor to make it come to life.
I loved every minute of this film and I can't wait to watch it again and start looking for the little things I missed the first time through.
There are certain things taken from John Jakes’ famous North & South series which Tarantino has obviously seen and loved, and some deserve a mention, for example, Leonardo Di Caprio’s bloody hand with the planter family ring is a near copy of the scene with David Carradine’s bloody hand with the ring (who would later star in Kill Bill). Di Caprio’s performance is nearly identical to both Swayze’s and Carradine’s depiction of the Old Southern Gentleman.
An aged Lewis Smith appears Django Unchained, he brandishes his beloved Bowie knife as a little nod to the North & South television series, the knife is central to his character.
Don Johnson who appears in John Jakes’ The Rebels as part of the planter aristocracy almost reprises the same role as “Big Daddy” in Django Unchained.
My god I was blown away! It’s more about slavery than Cowboys, and performances from Christoph Waltz, Jamie Foxx and Leonardo diCaprio were absolutely outstanding - Samuel L Jackson also worthy of note.
I don’t know how Tarantino gets the performances he does from his actors, but I’m so very pleased he does!
Tip for the ladies, should you meet him - keep your shoes on 😉
`There was a land of Cavaliers and Cotton fields called the Old South.......
Here in this pretty world Gallantry took its last bow.
Here was the last to be seen of Knights and their Ladies Fair, of Master and of Slave.
Look for it only in books for it is a dream remembered.
A Civilization gone with the wind.'
I suppose it all depends upon your personal definitions of `civilization' and `gallantry', a point many of those 4.5 million might have contested had they been given even the slightest opportunity.
Tarantino's film, is positioned at the other end of the spectrum in terms of `slave' movies and, as such, stands in stark contrast to the cotton candy fluff depicted in GWTW. It will be no surprize to his fans that there are scenes of graphic violence: but, set against this, Tarantino's particular brand of humour is evident throughout, particularly personified in the performance of the excellent Christoph Waltz and the somewhat idiosyncratic soundtrack. There is also the rather `in your face' homage to the spaghetti western complete with Morricone score and an amusing send up of W. D. Griffith's `The Birth of a Nation' in which some ku klux clowns argue about the quality of their ridiculous head gear!
But, aside from being superbly entertaining and some marvelous performances, notably by Samuel L Jackson and the brilliant DiCaprio, the film is a powerful indictment of the kind of `civilization' that took for granted the subjugation of a whole people simply on the basis of their colour.
The blu ray looks great and there are a range of interesting special features; e.g. Reimagining the Spaghetti Western.
There the usual violent scenes a plenty with some especially awesome and bloody shoot outs. It's an epic story but I didn't notice how long it was because it was so well written and played out by the entire cast.