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|ALAN BRIDGES POLOWANIE SHOOTING PARTY JAMES MASON
|Tytuł oryginalny:||The Shooting Party|
|Tytuł polski:||The Shooting Party - Polowanie,special Edition|
|Obsada:||James Mason, Edward Fox, Dorothy Tutin, John Gielgud, Gordon Jackson, Cheryl Campbell, Aharon Ipale, Joris Stuyck, Rebecca Saire, Sarah Badel|
England 1913.Over a long weekend Lord Nettleby(James Mason)entertains various members of the aristocracy at his country home where the men indulge in the shooting competition and the women gently gossip about marriages,potential marriages and debt. Exquisite rendering of Isobel Colegate's dazzling book has memorable performances(James Mason and Dorothy Tutin in particular), a beautifully judged script from Julien Bond which allows so many characters(from the peasantry to the gentry)to be fully developed thus allowing themes such as the seriousness of the disintegration of rural life and concerns about a forthcoming" conflict" to be interwoven into the narrative from multiple perspectives. Wonderful period detail and John Scott's subtle score add finesse to this lovely film.Only an obviously limited budget and a slightly abrupt ending detract from an even more profound study of Edwardian mores. The documentary is affectionately done with the reminder of exactly who was meant to have been playing Lord Nettleby but did not complete the first day of shooting.
It is the autumn of 1913 and Europe stands on the brink of the war to end all wars. A country house party assembles to celebrate a world that is passing into history, and gunfire in the depths of the English countryside will soon be heard in the killing fields of Flanders. The Shooting Party brilliantly captures a moment in time in a story that will stay with you forever.
|Czas trwania:||121 min|
|Napisy:||brak polskich, English|
|Polska wersja językowa:||brak polskiej wersji|
Featurette on Knebworth House
Location report from BBC's 'Breakfast Time
|Region:||Region 2 (Europa, Polska)|
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