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Title:
The dreamers
Author:
Thomas, Jeremy.
Uniform Title:
Dreamers (Motion picture : 2003)
Edition:
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
Beverly Hills, Calif. : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2004.
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (112 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
In 1968, two young Parisians invite an American student to stay with them and embark on a journey of sexual discovery while political unrest looms over the city.
General Note:
Based on the novel Holy innocents by Gilbert Adair.

Originally produced as a motion picture in 2003.

Special features: commentary by director Bernardo Bertolucci, writer Gilbert Adair and producer Jeremy Thomas; production featurette; "Outside the window : events in France, May, 1968" featurette; Michael Pitt and The Twins of Evil music video "Hey Joe"; theatrical trailer.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: R.
Geographic Term:
UPC:
024543127871
Format :
DVD

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Veteran Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci directs the erotic drama The Dreamers, adapted from the novel The Holy Innocents: A Romance by Gilbert Adair. American student Matthew (Michael Pitt) is studying in Paris during the politically turbulent late '60s. The story begins in 1968 with the firing of Henri Langlois, the founder of the French Cinémathèque. At a protest demonstration, Matthew meets cinema-obsessed Isabelle (Eva Green) and her twin brother, Theo (Louis Garrel). When their Bohemian parents (Robin Renucci and Anna Chancellor) leave for the summer, the twins invite Matthew to live with them. While the revolution rages on outside, the three young people stay in the comfortable flat playing decadent sexual games. Bertolucci incorporates clips from classic films like Queen Christina, Band of Outsiders, and Breathless. After showing at several European film festivals, The Dreamers made its U.S. premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2004. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi