Martin SCORSESE (Drame) The AVIATOR [DVDrip] 2004
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USA 17 Dec 2004
Réalisation Martin SCORSESE Oscars 2005 (5 awards - 11 nominations)
Golden Globes 2005 (3 awards - 6 nominations)
BAFTA 2005 (4 awards - 13 nominations)Avec/Cast
Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Kate Beckinsale, John C. Reilly, Alec Baldwin, Alan Alda, Danny Huston, Gwen Stefani, Jude LawAVIATOR est l'histoire de l'excentrique milliardaire américain Howard Hughes. Casse-cou, pionnier de l'aviation, producteur, réalisateur, directeur de studio et séducteur insatiable, il courtisa certaines des plus belles femmes du monde. Le scénario original de John Logan couvre une période-clé de sa vie : entre les années 1920 et 1940, le flamboyant aventurier devint un leader de l'industrie aéronautique, mais aussi une figure mythique, auréolée de glamour et de mystère. AVIATOR illustre la vie privée tumultueuse de Howard Hughes dont ses liaisons avec deux stars de légende : Katharine Hepburn et Ava Gardner. Le film évoque également les handicaps physiques et les phobies de Hughes, ses troubles obsessionnels, ses comportements de plus en plus erratiques qui l'amenèrent à se couper progressivement du monde et à finir sa vie en reclus.
Martin Scorsese's THE AVIATOR is a lavish spectacle of a motion picture that harks back to Hollywood's Golden Era in telling the story of Howard Hughes, one of 20th-century America's most pioneering and influential figures. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio as the eccentric billionaire, Scorsese's biopic concentrates on Hughes's life between the 1920s and '40s, when he made some of his most striking contributions to both the film and aviation industries. At only 25 years of age, Hughes directed the most expensive film ever made up to that point, HELL'S ANGELS (1930), which Scorsese gleefully recreates here in all its sprawling, audacious glory. At the same time, he became known as an unabashed playboy, bedding the likes of Jean Harlow (singer Gwen Stefani), Ava Gardner (Kate Beckinsale), and Katherine Hepburn (a brilliant Cate Blanchett). In the mid-'30s, he turned his attention to the aviation industry, where he quickly became a world-renowned celebrity for shattering speed and distance records. He also continued to test the limits of flight technology, building bigger, faster, and stronger aircrafts. All the while, he struggled with an obsessive-compulsive mental disorder that sent him into a full-fledged tailspin after a near-fatal plane crash. The film concludes with Hughes being called to the Senate in '47 to defend himself against nefarious Senator Owen Brewster (Alan Alda), who accused Hughes of taking money from the United States government during wartime. Stunningly photographed by Robert Richardson, Scorsese's nearly three-hour drama features an impassioned performance by DiCaprio, who is also credited as an executive producer. Although she appears in less than a third of the film, Blanchett delivers a performance that cements her status as one of the finest actresses ever to appear on the big screen.