sábado, 13 de diciembre de 2008

100 años del nacimiento de David Lean. Maestro del Cine. Lección 4.

"El puente sobre el río Kwai". 1957.

Eso del intimismo en mitad de un drama épico también se le daba bastante bien al Maestro Lean.
Por cierto, el Coronel Nicholson, (Alec Guiness), tampoco está en la lista de los 100 mejores personajes de la historia del Cine según la revista "Empire".

"I've been thinking. Tomorrow it will be twenty-eight years to the day that I've been in the service. Twenty-eight years in peace and war. I don't suppose I've been at home more than ten months in all that time. Still, it's been a good life. I loved India. I wouldn't have had it any other way. But there are times when suddenly you realize you're nearer the end than the beginning. And you wonder, you ask yourself, what the sum total of your life represents. What difference your being there at any time made to anything. Hardly made any difference at all, really, particularly in comparison with other men's careers. I don't know whether that kind of thinking's very healthy; but I must admit I've had some thoughts on those lines from time to time. But tonight... tonight!"

1 comentario:

MonSeñor Gusano dijo...

Me cago en "EMPIRE" esta totalmente contaminada. Solo vale, el que paga por salir. Si no es que no lo entiendo. Memorable pelicula Mr. Lombreeze.


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