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[Blu-Ray]The Dreamers Plain Edition

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  • Publisher : AUD
  • Year : 2003


Special Feature

- Audio Commentary by Bernardo Bertolucci, Gilbert Adair and Jeremy Thomas
- Making Film
- France, May 1968
- Trailer 1
- Trailer 2

Additional information

A love letter to movies (and the French new wave of the 1960s in particular),
Bernardo Bertolucci's The Dreamers starts with a 1968 riot outside of a
Parisian movie palace then burrows into an insular love triangle. Matthew
(Michael Pitt, Hedwig and the Angry Inch), an expatriate American student,
bonds with a twin brother and sister, Isabelle (Eva Green) and Theo (Louis
Garrel), over their mutual love of film--they not only quote lines of dialogue,
they act out small bits and challenge each other to name the cinematic
source. Matthew suspects the twins of incest, but that doesn't stop him from
falling into his own intimacies with Isabelle. As the threesome becomes
threatened, Paris succumbs to student riots. The Dreamers aspires to be
kinky, but the results are more decorative than decadent; nonetheless, the
movie's lively energy recalls the careless and vital exuberance of Godard
and Truffaut.