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Plot: Paris, spring 1968. While most students take the lead in the May 'revolution', a French poet's twin son Theo and daughter Isabelle enjoy the good life in his grand Paris home. As film buffs they meet and 'adopt' modest, conservatively educated Californian student Matthew. With their parents away… Runtime: 115 min Release Date: 10 Oct 2003
Only real film lovers will understand and love this work of art (by Benedict_Cumberbatch)
"The Dreamers" is one of Bernardo Bertolucci's most underrated films. A mesmerizing love declaration for The Cinema, this unforgettable film must be discovered.In 1968, 19-year-old American Matthew Michael Pitt , while settling in Paris for studying French, meets two equally young, beautiful and liberal film buffs: the twins Isabelle Eva Green, another Bertolucci's luminous discovery, like he did with Liv Tyler in "Stealing Beauty" and Theo Louis Garrel, son of French director Philippe Garrel and the best of the cast . The twins' parents travel, and Matthew <more>
is invited to join the attractive duo in their apartment. He accepts the invitation, of course, and the threesome starts a bizarre game of seduction with a charming leitmotiv: riddles about classic films. Who doesn't know the right answer, has to do what he/she is asked to. In the background, student riots in defense of Henri Langlois and his merit on the Cinémathèque Française are breaking out on the streets.The film is superb, artistically and technically. Bertolucci is top-notch, the soundtrack is overwhelming with songs by Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and Édith Piaf, among others , and the cinematography by Fabio Cianchetti is one of the best, if not the best, I've seen recently. Gilbert Adair, we can't forget, did an excellent job adapting his novel, "The Holy Innocents", to the big screens. The sex/full frontal scenes and amorality can shock some people, this is definitely not a film for all tastes as almost all masterpieces , but those who are open-minded and admire good cinema, will be entranced. The ending is one of the most surprising, original and brilliant I've ever seen, but, unfortunately, not everyone will get it. That's a crying shame, but original films tend to be misunderstood. "The Dreamers" is no exception.A must-see to all film lovers. My vote is 10.
One of the Best Movies of the Year (by claudio_carvalho)
In 1968, while living in Paris for learning French, the nineteen years old American Matthew Michael Pitt meets the also film lovers, amoral and incestuous twins Isabelle Eva Green and Theo Louis Garrel in the "Cinémathèque Française" in the Palais de Chaillot and they become best friends. They stay together in the twin's apartment, while many social protests are arising on the streets of Paris."The Dreamers" has been released on DVD in Brazil a couple of months ago, and it certainly is one of the best movies of the year. The story conflicts the dreams of three <more>
youngsters, who breathe and see the world through the cinema, and the reality of life, on the social movements on streets of Paris. The stone through the window of their apartment is a metaphor of the awakening of Isabelle and Theo. The direction is superb, the cinematography and camera are amazing, the erotic story having the background of true events is delightful and the performance of the cast is perfect. The beauty of the unknown Eva Green is very impressive, and I really recommend this outstanding movie. My vote is ten.Title Brazil : "Os Sonhadores" "The Dreamers"
I saw it last weekend, knowing hardly no thing about the movie, unless that for some critics it was the best movie in Venice. And I found it a great surprise. I´m just 18, so I saw some films of the nouvelle vague but i can´t be emotionally involved in may´68, because before the movie I hardly knew things about that fact. In the film it´s just the context, because the story itself is a love-sexual triangle quite ambiguous; different of most cinema love triangles, out of the topics. The actress Eva Green is just superb on this movie, the two actors are good as well. I think in the next <more>
years we will hear talk about them, spcially the girl and the american.Bertolucci mixes the movie with excerpts or classical movies, specialy nouvelle vague ones. And it is a thing I love about the feature, because it really deals with the context. The script is brilliant, much more critic than it is expected, with intelligent questions.About sexual scenes, they are very brave and reallistic, but quite interesting. It is far from porno, scenes are exciting, very well made, not just sex. They are very explicit, but i wouldn´t censure the film for the US, it´s not for children but it is not a subversive film. Te soundtrack is just brilliant. The final song from edith piaff non, je ne regrette rien is the best Bertolucci could have chosen. I give it 9/10
The characters of "The Dreamers" love movies. They pass their time quoting them, reenacting scenes from them, and debating age-old questions such as the merits of Chaplin versus Keaton. When at the cinema, they make sure to sit in the rows closest to the screen. Why? So the images will reach them before anyone else, while still fresh. If this strikes you as illogical, perhaps "The Dreamers" isn't the movie for you. This is a film about film lovers and will likely be most appreciated by lovers of film in return. The basic narrative follows Matthew, a young American the <more>
boyish Michael Pitt , who is studying in Paris during the late 60s, the time of the student riots. The film does a good job of setting up the loneliness which engulfs him in this foreign place, so we are quick to understand why he so eagerly accepts the offer to stay with French twins Isabelle and Theo Eva Green and Louis Garrel he has met at- where else?- the cinema. As the three take up life in their spacious Parisian flat, vacated by the twins' parents while abroad, Matthew senses that something about these two is a bit off. It isn't long before he is aware of the incestuous undertones constantly present in the twins' interactions with one another. In attempting to confirm that their relationship does have some degree of limitations, Matthew questions Isabelle, receiving the chilling response, "He is always inside of me." It may be reassuring to Matthew, as well as many audience members, that no, these characters never sleep together in the literal sense. What is at work here is something much more difficult to explain. The film handles it well. Eventually, in an attempt to break Isabelle out of her self-inflicted dependency on her brother, Matthew asks her on a date, which proves to be the most joyfully innocent moment of the film. From here, things turn slightly ambiguous and the film opts to relinquish the personal, in favor of a more political ending. It is interesting to note the closing credits run over chanteuse Edith Piaf's "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" No, I Regret Nothing . If we knew whether or not this was chosen in irony, a lot would be explained. One can't help compare "The Dreamers" to Bertolucci's other Parisian-set exploration of erotica, "Last Tango in Paris." That film contained two lovers who were very much dead inside. "The Dreamers" contains three who are filled with youthful exuberance and have seemingly endless passion for things such as politics and the arts. Both films are frank and graphic in how they depict sex. As a matter of course, both stirred much controversy. I suspect many people will watch "The Dreamers" already expecting to be incensed by it. That is their loss. For those who are willing, "The Dreamers" can be a changing experience. What exactly it changes, however, is certainly bound to vary from person to person. Perhaps it will force you to reconsider your political outlook. Possibly it will alter how you view societally unacceptable relationships. Conceivably it could lead you to the realization of just how great an impact the films have on some people and their existence. Or maybe it will change your stance on who really was better: Chaplin or Keaton? Side note: I found it endlessly refreshing to find a film where characters spoke in their native language when appropriate, and the audience was forced to make-do with subtitles.
Bernardo Bertolucci's 'The Dreamers' is a movie that just made me DIE. A total salute to the movies that he loves, blending in with ooh-la-la ménage-a-trois featuring an American tourist and 2 French siblings. The American and the siblings get along famously, and next thing you know, the American has moved in with him, getting into some rather interesting situations. This whole thing takes place in Paris in 1968, during a protest of the Cinematheque Francais and the catastrophic general strike that followed it. All of which Bertolucci replicates beautifully in the film. The cast, <more>
which is led by Michael Pitt in a role originally thought for Leonardo DiCaprio and Jake Gyllenhal. Yeah, right.. Dream on. Let me tell you one thing, this movie wouldn't be half the movie it is without the risks Michael Pitt takes in this. He's laying it all out literally in the movie for us to see. His sometimes tricky relationship with the two Frenchies and his quest to understand them is sometimes painful to watch, and Pitt is quite surprisingly excellent in the role, the two French actors playing the siblings, Louis Garrel and Eva Green, are quite believable as the siblings, and their relationship with each other is quite detailed in this. OK, as you can tell, I have tried not to reveal, you know, the naughty bits about the movie.. eg, this film GLORIFIES INCEST! IT HAS MALE NUDE SCENES! There. I've covered the topic. Now, will you just see the movie? It's so good.
A gorgeously filmed ode to cinema (by howard.schumann)
Bernardo Bertolucci's The Dreamers is a gorgeously filmed ode to cinema that captures the pulse of Paris in the late 1960s, its bravery and idealism as well as its ambiguities. Based on The Holy Innocents, a novel by Gilbert Adair, The Dreamers joyously recreates the time of burgeoning student political awareness, sexual liberation, and heightened interest in world cinema. Interspersing clips from films such as Shock Corridor, Freaks, Breathless, Top Hat, and Mouchette with movie scenes reenacted by the characters, Bertolucci conveys a passion for cinema that allows a new generation to <more>
experience the glory days of the movies and the feeling of revolution in the air. Bertolucci is not intimidated by taboos and there is a lot of simulated sex and full frontal nudity that has resulted in an NC-17 rating but, beyond the squirm factor, none of it seems very shocking anymore. The film begins as a large protest is gathering over the firing of Henri Langlois as director of Cinematheque Francaise by Minister of Culture Andre Malraux. During the protest, Matthew Michael Pitt , a blond twenty-year old Californian studying in Paris meets twins Theo Louis Garrel , a young French student and his sister Isabelle Eva Green . Isabelle, wearing a red beret, has chained herself to the Cinematheque gate but it is soon apparent that she is only playing at protest. Theo and Isabelle invite Matthew home to meet their father, a famous poet and mother, a British intellectual. When the parents go on vacation, Matthew moves from his hotel to share their elegant Paris apartment and the group embarks on a voyage of self-discovery that includes every variety of experimentation you can imagine and even some you cannot.Most of the film takes place inside the apartment. They drink vintage wine, smoke herbs, talk about revolution, have sex, talk about movies, then have more sex, all to an ingratiating soundtrack featuring artists such as Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and The Doors. The twins, who Matthew discovers sleep together, express their erotic fixation, playing mind games seeking to discover who has the most knowledge of cinema with the loser having to undergo a "forfeit", a form of sexual punishment. Theo and Isabelle play the role of sophisticate to naïve Matthew. "You Americans don't understand your own culture", Theo says to Matt. "No wonder you never got the point of Jerry Lewis". Matthew is awed by his friends' seeming worldliness but is shocked when he discovers that, for all her posing, Isabelle is a virgin, a dreamer playing the role of sophisticate. There are scenes to warm the heart of every cinephile. In one exhilarating sequence, the three friends try to beat the record from Godard's Band of Outsiders by running through the Louvre. In another, Isabelle imitates the memory scene from Queen Christina as Bertolucci brings in the soundtrack. They argue the merits of great performers from the past such as Keaton and Chaplin, but for them cinema seems to be divorced from real life, and they appear unaware of the increasing politicization of the films of the French New Wave. Consistent with its title, The Dreamers is about young people who would rather dream than act. Afraid of being committed to anything outside of themselves, desperate to feel important, they are in love with the world in their head not the one outside their window. Theo talks about Mao and the Red Guard and is all for revolution except when it means taking some form of action. They try to exclude everything outside of their comfort zone, but life has a way of objecting. It is only when the world intrudes in the form of a political demonstration that comes crashing through their window do they get a powerful wake up call that may just have saved their life.
A romantic confession of a great filmmaker (by theachilles)
Paris, May 1968. Revolution breaks out and the world seems to be in a critical turning point, but inside the four walls of an apartment, three youngsters experience their very own revolution.Yes, it's true. In the year 2004, one of the best cinematic experiences is offered by Bertolucci. Many are those who'd thought that he had nothing more to give, but with THE DREAMERS, the creator is reborn and next to his heroes he witnesses again the passage from adolescence and innocence to the age of responsibilities. A great fan of cinema himself, he doesn't hesitate to pay a number of <more>
tributes, just like Godard used to do in the past and Tarantino very recently. As he puts his view into the eyes of his protagonists, the girl and the boys seem to live inside the movies they adore. They're playing with lines from known films, they imitate characters, they put themselves into the sequences they love.Despite their young age, all three actors not only do they show that they're worth of starring in a Bertolucci film, but they also go even further giving in every scene the necessary vividness and realistic tension. Ignoring the cosmogony taking place in the streets, they surrender to their own cosmogonic changes, to the wild sexual awakening, to the game between friendship and love, pleasure and pain. Eventually they commit themselves to the struggle between the game itself and real life. And that's where the heroes violently return in the thrilling final sequences in order to face their duty towards history.THE DREAMERS is by far one the best motion pictures of the year, so daring but at the same time so energetic that seems able to touch anyone as a pure and romantic confession of a great filmmaker.
Matthew is a young american student in france, his passion for movies leads him into Theo and Isabelle, two twins that shares his passion, they quickly build a deep friendship and Matthew gets invited to stay with them while their parents are gone. However once he gets settled with them he discovers sides of both that he had not expected. While they spend their time talking and playing, the riots of Paris 1968 goes on in the "real world".This is a very brave film in the way it has been build, but it is also a complicated movie that will leave you both confused and thinking, it's <more>
beautiful and it can almost be described as cinematic poetry, however this poetry also makes it a difficult one to relate too.After seeing this film i am confused in what i feel about it, the movie feels very divided, and some times it is an extraordinary brave and experimental film, other times it is confuing, and at some times boring too. It's really a hard movie to understand because of the poetic feeling it gives, it's like reading a poem where some of the lines doesn't make sense, but i guess that could be an advantage as it can be seen more than once. I feel the strength of the movie is the way it challenges and explores like no american or typical mainstream movie would do, the often use of nudity and raw sex scenes would never be seen elsewhere, and even though it may annoy many people, Bertolucci portrays the scenes very beautiful and they never seem like dirty scenes, the most impressive scene is the one where Matthew and Isabelle have sex, never have a full sex scene been portrayed in such a beautiful and realistic way on screen. And there are many examples of this.What brings the movie is first of all the very slow storyline, it barely moves at all, the whole 2 hours are pretty much circulating around one thing, which is the way these 3 youngsters spend their sparetime, it's an mysterious movie that really brings up interesting situations a lot of times, but other times it simply gets too slow and gets a little boring. Another partly negative thing is the understanding of the movie, as I earlier mentioned the movie is like a poem, if you have problems with a few lines the whole deeper meaning may fall apart. I wouldn't say i did not understand the fully deeper meaning of the movie, but i think each individual will understand this movie differently, due to the complex way it has been made. But i honestly think Bertolucci wanted it to be like that, a movie that will leave you thinking about many things, but i think what it really is about is finding yourself in a world where there are 6 billion people looking like you on the outside.The movie is very well directed, a solid directing and you can clearly see the trademarks of the director, one thing i noticed was the floating camera. The floating camera gives a feeling of being there, it is mostly used in the first part of the movie where Matthew learns more about his mysterious new friends, it gives us a feeling of curiousity towards these two new persons. Two persons whom we soon discover have more to them than showing on the outside.The acting in the movie is solid. I usually don't expect much from new and coming actors and actresses that i have not heard about before, this was also the case for this movie. But the acting is really good, Michael Pitt and Louis Garrel really gives an above average performance, great to see that there are still new actors who can take over when the old ones will be gone. But the star of this movie is Eva Green, what a mysteriously and unique performance, and what a brilliant casting, she is unique, beautiful and most importantly interesting, erotic and challenging. Also i give props to all the three main characters for their brave and realistic portray of nudity and the complications of sex among unexperienced youngsters.As i said earlier this movie is very complex, it's hard to understand, and i could probably talk about it forever, but i got to stop somewhere. I think the movie is definetely worth watching, it's very artistic and does indeed stand on its own feet, it takes chances you don't see many movies take, and it's all done very well. On the negative side i think the movie sometimes get too complex and slow, but overall i don't regret seeing it, and i think that i will be seeing it again due to the complex story, it will probably bring me new thoughts when i see it next time.6/10
It's about cinema and it's about sex: my two favourite things ever :- (by dickback)
Exactly. This movie is about cinema and about sex: how could it possibly be wrong? :- But yes, I admit I'm too biased to judge it fairly. But the beginning monologue is just captivating: why do you sit in the first row, at the cinema? To catch the images when they are still fresh, and before than the others - oh yeah!Take a horror movie: maybe it's a great film, but hardly ever you'll dream, you wish you were there - right inside the movie. Well, with "The dreamers" it could be the opposite: regardless from the quality of the movie, you watch it and just wish you were <more>
there - living with those beautiful people, in such a stimulating environment, culturally and politically.In other words, you see "The Dreamers" and you start dreaming. Well, of course that does not make of it a great movie, necessarily - but it's a pretty good start, I'd say.Yes, the movie is about love lust, maybe, sex , but also about getting along well with people who are right for you. Not friends, not necessarily friends, but interesting folk, who maybe won't last forever, but who help you in doing what you like, thinking what you think, going where is good for you. And I'm not saying that the cultural environment and the people depicted in the film are the right ones for everybody, but what I say is that watching this film made me feel I'm missing the right company, the right people around me I'd say, a sort of cultural loneliness , exactly in the same way of when you see a love story and start dreaming about your soul mate. When Matthew writes to his mother and says "you'll be happy to know I met the right people", well, I just envied him. The right people, so rare nowadays.