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castaway - la ragazza venerdi' dvd Italian Import

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  • Actors: frances barber, oliver reed
  • Directors: nicolas roeg
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Italian, English
  • 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: U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IWZ9MT0
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a londra compare su un giornale un bizzarro annuncio: un uomo di mezza eta', gerald kingsland, cerca una donna disposta a vivere con lui per un anno in un'isola deserta. lucy irvine e' attratta da questaprospettiva e decide di accettare. gerald e lucy vengono lasciati da un aereo su un isola sperduta, dove dovranno obbligatoriamente imparare a conoscersi.

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this film is everymans dream being alone on a deserted island with a beautifull woman.
of course beautifull women have attitude and this comes accross the scenery is fab and quite a contrast from cold London, all in all a very good film to watch and I am glad to have it in my collection its available (very scarce) in DVD so might just get that as well.
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This is a non-anamorphic transfer. One of Roeg's better films, very underrated. Deserves a better transfer on DVD, and no Blu-Ray transfer yet available.
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very good
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superb movie oliver reed at his best. i wish they would put out an official dvd release of this movie. great.
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Amusing.
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I wrote the book, CASTAWAY, on which this film is based. But the director, Nic Roeg, was always honest about the fact the film would only use the story of my real life experience loosely. All directors have their own visions and Nic saw an island with an older man and a younger woman cast away on it as an ideal vehicle for exploring the dynamics in such a relationship. The story covers one year on a far from idyllic desert island from the different points of view of a 'writer' (played by Oliver Reed) with dreams of Paradise, and his attractive Girl Friday - played by Amanda Donohoe. Donohoe made her name as 'Lucy' and, I think, did well given an at times unimaginative script. As the author of the original book, many people have written to me asking why the film wasn't more like the book. But those who know Nic Roeg's work would not have expected that. The only problem with the film I find is that it falls between two stools. Its neither exciting blockbuster material nor sufficiently surreal to count as an Art/Cult film. I enjoy seeing it from time to time nevertheless. It is a strange, whimsical movie and, if neither Nic's not Oliver's best work, definitely 'different'. Lucy Irvine
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