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Films shot in Canada (Film Guide)

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Texte du rabat Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 71. Chapters: The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane, B... Lire la suite
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Source: Wikipedia. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 71. Chapters: The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane, Blindness, Atanarjuat, Hollywood North, Whiteout, Chloe, Glitter, The Haunting in Connecticut, Devil, Timeline, Urban Legend, Festival Express, Happy Gilmore, Elektra, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, The Notebook, Paycheck, Lucky Number Slevin, War, Mr. Nobody, Firewall, The Virgin Suicides, Taking Lives, The Score, Twelve Men of Christmas, Prime Cut, Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball, Heaven on Earth, The Wicker Man, Double Jeopardy, Out Cold, The Tracey Fragments, How to Deal, The Big White, True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet, How She Move, North West Mounted Police, Snow Angels, Bollywood/Hollywood, Owning Mahowny, Beyond Borders, The Tortured, Bruiser, The Divide, Cry of the Wild, Iron Road, Loser, O Canada!, Long Pigs, The 19th Wife, The Perfect Assistant, Beyond Loch Ness, Les Portes tournantes, High Life, Excited, Highwaymen, 50/50, Daydream Nation, Code Name: The Cleaner, Faces in the Crowd, Conquest, Harmony Cats, Finding Farley, Wrecked, List of films shot near Victoria, British Columbia, Helicopter Canada, The Art of War II: Betrayal, The Ex, Manners of Dying, Don't Talk to Strangers, The Survivors Club, Draw!, Borderline, A Very Merry Daughter Of the Bride, Coyote. Excerpt: Blindness is a 2008 English-language film that is an adaptation of the 1995 novel of the same name by the Portuguese writer José Saramago about a society suffering an epidemic of blindness. The film is written by Don McKellar and directed by Fernando Meirelles with Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo as the main characters. Saramago originally refused to sell the rights for a film adaptation, but the producers were able to acquire it with the condition that the film would be set in an unnamed and unrecognizable city. Blindness premiered as the opening film at the Cannes Film Festival on May 14, 2008, and the film was released in the United States on October 3, 2008. The story of Blindness begins on a morning in an unnamed city during rush-hour traffic. As the traffic lights change, a young Japanese professional (Yusuke Iseya) is suddenly struck blind for no apparent reason and blocks all the traffic behind his own car. With the honking horns of the other frustrated drivers causing a commotion, the Japanese man is approached by a few concerned people, one of whom (Don McKellar) offers to drive him home. As they proceed to drive away, the blinded man describes his sudden affliction: an expanse of dazzling white, as though he is "swimming in milk." Eventually they arrive at the Japanese man's upscale apartment, but as soon as he assures his rescuer that he'll be fine waiting there for his wife to come home, the "rescuer" departs with the car keys and steals the vehicle. Upon arriving home later that evening and noticing her husband's blindness, the Japanese man's wife (Yoshino Kimura) takes him to a local ophthalmologist (Mark Ruffalo) who, after testing the man's eyes, can identify nothing wrong with his sight and recommends further evaluation at a hospital. Among the doctor's patients are an old man with a black eye-patch (Danny Glover), a woman with dark glasses (Alice Braga), and a young boy (Mitchell Nye). Later that same evening, the car thief is also struck blind, a

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Titre: Films shot in Canada (Film Guide)
Sous-titre: The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane, Blindness, Atanarjuat, Hollywood North, Whiteout, Chloe, Glitter, The Haunting in Connecticut, Devil, Timeline, Urban Legend, Festival Express, Happy Gilmore, Elektra, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days
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Code EAN: 9781156472057
ISBN: 1156472059
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 72
Poids: 145g
Taille: H246mm x B189mm x T4mm
Année: 2011