sexta-feira, março 11, 2011

Hollywood Buzz #117

O que se diz lá fora sobre JANE EYRE, de Cary Fukunaga:



«Neither a radical updating nor a stiff exercise in middlebrow cultural respectability, Mr. Fukunaga’s film tells its venerable tale with lively vigor and an astute sense of emotional detail.»
A.O. Scott, New York Times.

«The candlelight flickers exquisitely even as the passions are slow to ignite in this spare, shrewdly acted but not especially vital retelling of Jane Eyre.»
Peter Debruge, Variety.

«The film never conveys that something larger is at work — like, say, the hand of fate. And without that, there's more busyness than beauty to Brontë.»
Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly.

«Young stars shine in gritty, low-key version of the Brontë perennial.»
Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter.

«Fukunaga's vision of JANE EYRE is refreshingly un-Gothic. Though all the story elements are in place for a thunder-on-the-moors-style gloomfest (and though there are, in fact, several thunderstorms on moors), this film is low on Romantic atmospherics and flooded with natural light.»
Dana Stevens, Slate.

2 comentários:

Snow White disse...

Estou curiosa para ver o filme.

Sam disse...

Snow, idem aspas aspas! :)