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Gosford Park

Dirigida por Robert Altman
Reino Unido, Estados Unidos, 2001
Comedia, Drama, Misterio

Sinopsis

Godsford Park es la magnífica mansión campestre en la que Sir William McCordle y su esposa, Lady Sylvia, reúnen a familiares y amigos para una partida de caza. Poco a poco se revelarán hechos que tienden un puente entre generaciones, clases sociales, sexos, y trágicas historias personales.

Gosford Park Dirigida por Robert Altman

FESTIVALES Y PREMIOS

Academy Awards

2002 | Ganador: Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen

2002 | 6 nominaciones incluyendo: Best Picture

American Film Institute Awards

2002 | Ganador: Director of the Year

2002 | 3 nominaciones incluyendo: Editor of the Year

BAFTA Awards

2002 | 2 victorias incluyendo: Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film

2002 | 7 nominaciones incluyendo: Best Screenplay - Original

Writers Guild of America

2002 | Ganador: Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen (Screen)

Reseñas críticas

Robert Altman reworks THE RULES OF THE GAME and Agatha Christie mysteries as though he were a bebop musician covering old jazz standards. Watching it, you recognize the melody (that is, the narrative set-up and general developments), but find endless surprises in the riffs and structural innovation.
December 07, 2018
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What could have been an exercise in style is instead a richly textured, funny, and occasionally heartbreaking film about the human condition.
December 03, 2018
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Gosford Park may pivot on the intrigues leading up to and following an old-fashioned murder, but part of the surprise is that Altman keeps the murder offscreen and generally soft-pedals the dramatic significance of who committed it. The use of murder, assassination, accidents, natural disasters, and the like in many of his previous films typically strains for effect, but here his evocations of Agatha Christie whodunits are deliberately tweaked, undermined, and deviated from.
January 18, 2002
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¿Qué dicen los demás?

  • Duncan Gray's rating of the film Gosford Park

    In which Altman has the chutzpah to invite comparisons to Renoir and actually comes out looking pretty good. This is his last great film, a wonderfully orchestrated mass of humanity where the heart and soul of the film—Kelly MacDonald—also becomes the ideal Altman detective because she's the only one who really absorbs what she's witnessing. Fun in-joke: the way American filmmakers are shown as interlopers.

  • Kyle Knapp's rating of the film Gosford Park

    An impossibly rich, flawlessly written, beautifully shot gold mine of character and period detail. Like all Altman films, it demands to be viewed more than once; I've seen this over and over again and it seems fresh every time. The acting is spot-on, but the women, esp. KST, Dames Maggie and Helen, Watson, and the heartbreakingly perfect Blakely are standouts. A wonderfully decadent treat, and one of my favorites.

  • Zac Weber's rating of the film Gosford Park

    So many noteworthy performances in this movie. Gosford Park is a great whodunit, but the richness of the characters elevates the film even further.

  • mfg's rating of the film Gosford Park

    I can't explain how amazing this movie is. I've seen it dozens of times and it's only better with each subsequent viewing. I have yet to be bored, and more and more elements of the plot and character development continue to reveal themselves. This may be the best-written movie of all time, and the cinematography is nothing to sneer at either.

  • MarcH's rating of the film Gosford Park

    Every viewing reveals another morsel you missed before.

  • Thorsten's rating of the film Gosford Park

    My wife and I watch this at least once a year (It's that rich a movie) and have convinced quite some friends (though with some we failed, they fell asleep within the first hour.). Agatha Christie meets Jean Renoir, kind of a new take on La Regle du Jeu. it is also highly entertaining, especially the performances of Emily Watson, Kelly Macdonald and Helen Mirren are just wonderful.

  • Stefan Drees's rating of the film Gosford Park

    Altman's film is a fascinating potrayal of two corresponding social worlds - the servants' world "below" and its aristrocratic mirror "above stairs" - and their complex interrelations through rumours, animosities and vanities. Since watching this work in cinema shortly after its release I rewatched it half a dozen times and always discover new details I haven't been aware before. And the actors are actually amazing.

  • film_lies101's rating of the film Gosford Park

    First 1/2 hour I was really disliking this film. Then after the first night fell, I started to warm to it. The gossiping, fucking each other (literally & figuratively, & cattiness became a great deal of fun. It's like ultra posh Jerry Springer. Too many amazing performances to name, the script sometimes tries to be too on the nose at times. The murder is a red herring folks

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