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Lots of anachronisms for one thing….
I agree with the earlier review …”..our last chance to revisit it, even for a few hours, is taken away…” Yep. I read the book soon after its publication and, like the above reviewer, only remember the intensity, the poetry. My memory is that there was no real story line. But wonderful evocations of crossing the country in the old Hudson, at night…something about the feeling of being in that capsule. Just one of the many quibbles I have with this movie is that it showed us the Hudson speeding across the screen from left to right…an exterior view. Nothing of the romance of being in the car as it hurtled along. Lots of scenes of Dean driving dangerously, but that tells us something about Dean…that isn’t what the book was saying about being in the car.
I graduated high school in 1957. I remember the hair cuts for girls…I was one of them. Marylou did not wear the cut shown in the movie. No long layers. Long hair , yes, but not long layers. That’s very contemporary…It’s distracting. Ever hear of “pin curls?”
Restaurant servers did not start saying “Enjoy” until at least the 90’s. Remember the carefully recreated restaurant toward the end of the movie…the middle aged, somewhat overweight waitress in the red uniform? Never would she have said “enjoy.”
I think some of the cars seen rushing from one side of the screen to the other in the early part of the movie were not available in the late 40’s. Looked like Chevys from about 1953.
So much was carefully done…the paint peeling in the old Victorians when Victorians were low rent…yes! That very restaurant mentioned above.
Come on, there are lots of us still living. Hire a consultant next time.
The only people who interest me are the mad ones
What a brilliant adaptation!
The very beginning of the movie sets the tone, and shows Kerouac walking, and walking, different locations.
From this very beginning, Walter Salles captures the essence itself of Kerouac’s work.
He may not stick to every passage of it, which would probably prove quite tedious to follow in a movie, yet he keeps what is necessary, the essence, the purpose of it all. Living fully, enjoying life to its fullest.
Sam Riley as Jack Kerouac is incredible, a raspy voice, gleeful, mischievous, eyes full of sparkle, he makes it entirely believable, and is highly likable.
Garrett Hedlund, a very talented actor (as he has proved it in Death Sentence, Four Brothers) shines bright as Neal Cassady, full of charisma, virility, and true madness. There is a fantastic energy absolutely suited to the character, a very difficult character to portray, a madman.
Hedlund is an absolute standout and is both riveting and heartbreaking, notably so at the end of the movie.
Kristen Stewart is glowing, both beautiful and highly sensual (very torrid scenes showcase this), she proves something that most people seem to have forgotten with the Twilight series, that she is extremely talented.
Tom Sturridge is impressive as Allen Gisberg, both vulnerable and crazy in a sense.
The cinematography is outstanding, and it is a sight to behold, beautiful landscapes, a smooth, delicate filmic texture.
This movie will divide, whether people appreciate the book, or they don’t.
It leaves a mark on me, it goes to my heart, as the book did.
As Jack repeats those last words “I think of Dean Moriarty, I think of Dean Moriarty”, intertwined with Neal looking afar, tears running down, my heart sinks, riveted as I am, as if paralyzed by those last words, my eyes fixated on the screen, I can’t move because I think of Dean Moriarty, I think of Neal Cassady.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 4 min (124 min), 2 hr 17 min (137 min) (original)
Genre Adventure, Drama, Romance
Director Walter Salles
Writer Jack Kerouac (based on the novel by), Jose Rivera (screenplay by)
Actors Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Kristen Stewart, Amy Adams
Country France, USA, UK, Mexico, Canada, Brazil, Germany, Netherlands, Argentina
Awards 2 wins & 4 nominations.
Production Company Jerry Leider Company, Videofilmes Producoes Artisticas, MK2 Films
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Aaton Penelope, Zeiss Standard Speed and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Laboratory Digimage Cinéma, Paris, France (dailies telecine) (processing and printing), Vision Globale, Montreal, Canada (laboratory: Quebec)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 250D 5207, Vision2 500T 5260)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Techniscope (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic), D-Cinema