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  • Actors: Donald Sutherland, Lolita Davidovich, Julie Delpy, Brendan Fraser, Sally Kellerman
  • Directors: Percy Adlon
  • Producers: Younger and Younger (1993) ( Younger & Younger ), Younger and Younger (1993), Younger & Younger
  • Format: Import, PAL, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Italian
  • Subtitles: Italian
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Run Time: 98.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0041KW9LI

Product Description

Il signor Younger aveva una moglie decisamente brutta. Ora che è morta la donna gli si ripresenta in sogno decisamente affascinante. Il donnaiolo incorreggibile si vede attanagliato dalla morsa di un amore postumo.

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Younger and Younger is a play on words, referring to both the business partnership of father and son and the reappearance of a vision of the wife, who dies, looking younger and slimmer with each viewing. By any reasonable prediction the film should fail, applying a heavy sense of whimsy to material that is inherently slightly depressing, yet it rises above all the dangers and becomes something utterly distinctive. There are many eccentric ideas in the screenplay, but it works best in turning every situation to its potential flipside. In this way, the storage units which make up the business are turned, by lighting, into a fantastic space full of atmosphere and day-glo colours. A bar in a club is similarly strong on atmosphere in a confined space. The storage building is almost a white cube, topped with a magical pink neon sign, often seen against a Mediterranean-looking hillside in the Californian heat. It constantly seduces the eye. The other big plus is the acting, which is superb. Donald Sutherland is terrific as always, Lolita Davidovich goes from a likeable, slightly frumpy wife to a figure of amazing glamour in a lamé dress, while the younger generation are represented by Julie Delpy and Brendan Fraser, who could hardly be cuter than here in 1993. However it is the design of the film and its superb visual sense that give conviction to the story, as always with Percy Adlon. Its fairy-tale tone and flipside aspect referred to above go right to the heart of the story, where the reality of loss is subverted by the idea of a second chance, a rediscovery of love, and a turning back of the clock to when we were at our peak ... it seems a very valid use of the medium to do these things that in real life we generally can't!
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how on earth this got to be so neglected a film that I could pick it up for the price of the postage is beyond me!!

After Baghdad Cafe and Rosalie Goes Shopping Adlon returns to look at the eccentricity of America through his piercing European eyes. this time he is on to the Younger family and their storage unit facility somewhere in mythical magical- realist mid west.

His cast of characters is as eccentric as ever from a Garboesque actress (Sally Kellerman) to a failed monocyclist. A superb supporting performance from voice over Linda Hunt who has herself locked in her storage unit to get on with her writing (we have all been there!!)and outstanding and colourful ones from Donald Sutherland as the ageing lothario, Jonathan Younger, and his put upon wife, Lolita Davidovitch ~ so put upon she dies of a heart attack, but dont despair she returns post mortem and gets gradually more and more glamorous and younger and younger (gettit?) The younger Younger is played by Brendan Fraser who enhances any film he graces.

This is a totally must-see film especially as you can pick it up for less than a bus fare. Hunt it down now, watch it and pass it on.
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This film is well worth watching. It is very quirky and the acting great, particularly Donald Surtherland's overly flambouyant character but ultimately for me it got a bit too sentimental and the ending was a little twee. Not quite Bagdad Cafe but still well worth a visit.
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A really good cast is let down by a woolly script and a director who didn't seem to know where he was going. An early starring appearance by Brendan Fraser.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Masterful 7 Jan. 2014
By Vici - Published on Amazon.com
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Percy Adlon is one of our favorite directors of all time. We loved this film so much that we bought a special DVD player to be able to watch it at home. Visual poetry at its best. Set in a storage facility in which the memories of broken lives are housed, a dying marriage ends. From the ashes, Adlon draws a deeply satisfying love story ~ probing and tender ~ as close to heaven as you can get on film.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I adore this movie. 20 Feb. 2014
By Kelly B. - Published on Amazon.com
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I just never get tired of this movie, and so I've purchased it more than a few times, loaning it out to never see it again. But I've never coerced anyone into watching it with me who didn't laugh and love it... Man and woman alike.
5.0 out of 5 stars Younger and Younger 8 Jan. 2014
By Jane A. Sanders - Published on Amazon.com
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I had purchased this movie years ago but somehow misplaced it. I enjoyed it so much I decided to purchase another. The movie was a little sad but funny and creative. I enjoy the characters as well. Anyone who is a fan of Donald Sutherland would love to see this movie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun 9 Jan. 2013
By Alexander L. Fortunato - Published on Amazon.com
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A fun watch. I watch this frequently what more can I say

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1.0 out of 5 stars This movie is terrible 22 Jun. 2009
By Danielle M. Pointkowski - Published on Amazon.com
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I payed like one cent for it literally, and this movie is so terrible. Brendan Fraser is in it but this movie is so wierd, confusing, boring and just plain ridiculous.
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