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Jackie Brown

Réalisé par Quentin Tarantino
États-Unis, 1997
Policier, Drame, Thriller


Jackie Brown, hôtesse de l’air, arrondit ses fins de mois en convoyant de l’argent liquide pour le compte d’un trafiquant d’armes, Ordell Robbie. Un jour, un agent federal et un policier de Los Angeles la cueillent à l’aéroport. Ils comptent sur elle pour faire tomber le trafiquant.

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Jackie Brown Réalisé par Quentin Tarantino

Prix & Festivals

Berlin International Film Festival

1998 | Lauréat : Best Actor

Academy Awards

1998 | Nominé : Best Actor in a Supporting Role



Avis des critiques

There’s no typical tropes hovering around for the movie to cheaply milk – no kids, no long speech about her ex pilot husband, no dumb neo-noir femme fatale moment where she’s trying to be vampy and double crossing (Jackie does not need to try to be sexy, she already is, and Max sees it even after her night in prison, wishing she could take a damn shower), that the movie, at times, almost feels like a miracle. Who makes movies like this? And why aren’t more movies like this?
November 04, 2016
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Recent films have made it clear that Tarantino has race relations on his mind, but he never addressed that theme better than here… Tarantino had a blueprint that was able to negate some of the more controversial or less successful elements of Django Unchained or The Hateful Eight. Tarantino’s sense of film history and love of Blaxploitation, meanwhile, permeates everything from casting to soundtrack, both of which are deployed in subtle ways that make the film genuinely poignant.
January 13, 2016
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Nearly every scene (especially in the last hour) feels stretched to the nerves of its fingertips, the director unwilling to let any personal tic or character quirk slip. Tarantino is clearly getting his genre kicks via casting: lip-syncing as they idle in traffic, Grier and Forster give sorrowful, career-best performances in the only onscreen romance Tarantino’s ever come close to pulling off. Its emotional vulnerability makes Django Unchained look like, well, a cartoon.
March 14, 2013
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