Gone with the Wind [DVD] [1939]

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Gone with the Wind [DVD] [1939]

Gone with the Wind [DVD] [1939]

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Gone with the Wind draws much of its strength from its striking use of color, and these hues play a key role in shaping the mood and tone of the film.

I certainly respect that a film like The Diary of Anne Frank is being issued in high definition, but such an announcement as that doesn't coax the same sort of excitement as, say, Casablanca or The Adventures of Robin Hood. The American public took it for granted that Clark Gable would star as Rhett Butler, and they were wholly correct: he does a marvelous job in the part. Inexplicably, the mono track is hidden under the 'Special Features' menu, the same as it is with Oz. The immaculate costume design is that much more impressive in high definition, and such moments as the streets of Atlanta blanketed by hundreds upon hundreds of wounded soldiers make even more of impact with its imagery now so clear and distinct. Her attraction comes in fits and spurts, and the more enthralled she becomes, the more quickly Rhett's interest seems to fade.

This segment also touches on the shifting balances of power throughout Hollywood as a whole, including the arrival of such Method actors as Brando, the power of the producer making way for directors craving more creative control, and the reluctant embrace of darker themes and more graphic violence. En cualquier caso esta perfectamente hecho y da gusto verlo en contraste con VHS (alguno no sabra de que hablo) o DVD. GWTW has all of life's rich pageant in it, and it made me laugh several times, and just occasionally at the film as well as with it. Just bear in mind, it is a movie from the 1930s and a movie about the civil war of the 1860s, not at all a movie of the 21st century.

The film is so artfully crafted and its production values so staggeringly high that even limiting myself to a handful of screenshots for this review proved to be a challenge. Selznick’s epic Academy Award®-winning* masterpiece swept away audiences and defined what a Hollywood blockbuster should be: fearless filmmaking with a grand scope, intimate drama and enduring romance.These featurettes are divided into three groups -- "At Tara", "At Twelve Oaks", and "In Atlanta" -- and segmented out further from there. With determination she attempts to rebuild her life from shattered remains following the Confederacy's defeat.

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