A nagy kékség

  • Franciaország Le Grand Bleu (több)
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Jacques rendkívüli rokonságban van az óceánnal, szokatlanul hosszú ideig képes lélegzet nélkül a víz alatt tartózkodni. Gyermekkori barátja és vetélytársa, Enzo, aki már a szabad merülés világbajnoka, versenyre hívja. Küzdelmük, vonzódásuk visszahívó erejű vágyakozásuk tárgy mindig ugyanaz: a nagy kékség. (AMC Hungary)

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az összes felhasználói recenzió

magyar A gondolat mélységét és a történet költőiségét tekintve egy szép film. Hajlandó vagyok megbocsátani neki a dráma és a vígjáték vad keveredését, ez Franciaország. Amit azonban nem tudok megbocsátani neki, az a merev vizuális koncepció, amely a mozivászonról a tévéképernyőre költözteti a filmet. A Leon, a profi, Nikita és Atlantisz filmek alkotótól képi vonzerőt is elvárok. ()


az összes felhasználói recenzió

angol This avid diver and amateur oceanologist made himself and me happy. His film revels in the sun, in various shades of blue, and makes you want to put on a swimsuit and jump into the sea. And even though the plot itself is not very optimistic, it breathes comfort and Besson's love for the sea. And Eric Serra? He’s superb here! He applied his penchant for synthetic sounds, which he transformed into ambient surfaces that are beautiful to listen to. I own the soundtrack, it's a very relaxing album, totally different from his sound cacophony in The Fifth Element. ()



az összes felhasználói recenzió

angol It's interesting to follow the journey of a filmmaker who was considered a phenomenon in the 1980s and nowadays no one is too sure whether the trust placed in him was a disappointment or just exaggerated expectations. Be that as it may, it's now a piece of history and the French touch of Besson is not nearly as engaging as it once was. However, in hindsight, it's quite interesting to watch then-star Rosanna Arquette in a very natural role (remember those sassy, unattractive girls of hers?), Jean-Marc Barr (who I otherwise only see in von Trier projects), and Reno, who I never know what to think of (are those poses of his still cool today)? ()


az összes felhasználói recenzió

angol It lacks a proper visual concept. Occasionally, it looks like a cheap made-for-TV production rather than a work of the famous Luc Besson. A few nice deep shots, several scenes with dolphins, and that's about all that’s worth mentioning. Only Eric Serra didn't disappoint, he gain composed perfect music that can easily rival his greatest works (La Femme Nikita, Leon). ()


az összes felhasználói recenzió

angol For two years, The Big Blue has been taking up space on my hard drive without any use and all this time I didn't have the desire or courage to watch it, anticipating that I would significantly dislike this effort from Luc Besson. The time when it had something to offer me is long gone, very long gone. I was not mistaken and when I think about it, I get the impression that my 2 stars are quite a decent expression of my conformity with 84% satisfaction on FilmBooster and enthusiastic comments from many users. What Besson offers me, i.e., music and underwater shots, can be offered to me in a more attractive package by any nature documentary. I don't like its Hollywood sloppiness, it is empty in content and besides, I increasingly mind films that pretend to have greater depth and profound messages where all I see is more posing. Overall impression: 40%. ()

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