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Temporada de Premiaciones: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. / Awards Season: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.

Basé esta fotografía en el poster de la película y la procesé digitalmente. ///  I based this picture in the poster of the film and digitally processed it.

Oskar Schell (Thomas Horn), un niño de nueve años con una mente implacablemente activa, está totalmente convencido de que su padre (Tom Hanks), quien murió en los ataques del 11 de septiembre a las torres gemelas, le ha dejado un mensaje escondido en algún lugar de la ciudad. En el proceso se siente desconectado de su madre (Sandra Bullock) y empujado por su necesidad de darle sentido a las cosas, Oskar empieza a buscar en la ciudad de Nueva York por la cerradura en la que cabe una llave que encontró en el closet de su padre, entablando una amistad un inquilino que vive en la casa de su abuela (Max von Sydow). Su viaje por los cinco municipios de la ciudad lo lleva más allá del dolor de su perdida a un mayor entendimiento del mundo a su alrededor.

La actuación del joven Thomas Horn es excelente, sin mencionar a Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock y el gran Max von Sydow que realmente brillan en la pantalla. El director, Stephen Daldry, con maestría lleva a la audiencia a ver el mundo a través de los ojos del joven Oskar mostrando efectivamente el estado emocional del niño, sin mencionar las excepcionales composiciones de sus encuadres. Chris Menges es el director de fotografía y maximiza la visión de Daldry con su trabajo.

Una historia sobre la maravillosa y dolorosa experiencia humana, sobre hijos buscado a sus padres y padres buscando a sus hijos, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close una hermosa película que deja al espectador con una mayor apreciación por la humanidad y la vida, la recomiendo altamente.

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Oskar Schell (Thomas Horn), a nine year old with a relentlessly active mind, is completely convinced that his father (Tom Hanks), who died in the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, has left him a hidden message somewhere in the city. In the process he feels disconnected to his mother (Sandra Bullock) and pushed by his need to make sense of things, Oskar begins a search in New York City for the lock that fits a key he found on his father’s closet, befriending the renter that lives in the house of his grandmother (Max von Sydow). His Journey through the five boroughs of the city takes him beyond the pain of his loss to a greater understanding of the world around him.

The acting of the young Thomas Horn is excellent, without mentioning Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock and the great Max von Sydow who really shine on the screen. The director, Stephen Daldry, with mastery takes the audience to see the world through the eyes of young Oskar effectively showing his emotional state of the boy, not to mention his exceptional compositions on his frames. Chris Menges is the director of photography and maximizes Daldry’s vision with his work.

A story about the wonderful and painful human experience, about sons finding their parents and parents finding their children Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is a beautiful film the leaves the spectator with a greater appreciation for humanity and life, I highly recommend it.

This entry was published on February 25, 2012 at 11:05 pm and is filed under Critica de cine / Film review, Misceláneos / Miscellaneous. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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