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Name:Bullet Ballet[XviD Jap Mp3 Sub Eng Ita][tntvillage org]

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[SIZE=16]Bullet Ballet [XviD - Jap Mp3 - Sub Eng Ita][tntvillage.org][/SIZE]


:::->Scheda del film<-:::
[IMDB=0163563]
Director: Shinya Tsukamoto
Writer: Shinya Tsukamoto (writer)
Release Date: 18 December 1999 (Taiwan)
Genre: Crime / Drama / Thriller

:::->Trama<-:::

English version

Directed by the hugely influential auteur-director Shinya Tsukamoto in 1998, Bullet Ballet has until now been one of his most obscure and hardest to find movies, although thanks to Artsmagic, this movie is now getting the proper release it so richly deserves. From the outset, it's hard to describe this movie as anything other than perfect in every way. Words can't really express how astonishingly beautiful and visually stunning in imagery, style and symbology Bullet Ballet is - within mere seconds of the movie beginning.

In this incredibly stylish, dark and subtly violent movie, Tsukamoto takes a black look at three entirely disparate generations and finds each lacking. It's like a human food chain: the young characters in Bullet Ballet are mainly gang members or prostitutes, unmotivated drug-addled slackers looking to make easy money through crime and violence, and who have no morals, are utterly bored with life and have no future to look forward to except to grow up, if they're lucky, into salarymen; the middle-aged group are slaves to business, empty suits who are rich pickings for the youths to prey on, and who don't understand anything about society except keeping the boss happy; and the older generation, in which the youths class the hero of the piece, Goda (continually calling him 'ojisan', or 'old man', even though Tsukamoto was only 38 when he made this movie), who are so out of it they are completely irrelevant and utterly laughable.

Bullet Ballet has a stylised, unreal, grainy, heavily-contrasted look redolent of the true classics of 40's film noir, replete with femmes fatales, chisel-jawed heroes and evil villains, with stunning composition, kinetic action interspersed with amazing, pure silence and slowness, and incredible attention to detail in its use of close-ups. Just like his previous movie Tetsuo: The Iron Man, you could take every single frame of this film as a beautiful image on its own. And yet the style is occasionally so starkly frenetic, so fresh and exciting it's literally breathtaking.

There are contrasting scenes of such hyperactivity that it's hard to make out what's happening, as well as long, exquisite sequences of slow, loving detail - for instance, when the protagonist Goda finally gets his hands on a gun and simply sits and stares at it, turning the bullets over in his fingertips, then recreates his lover's suicide by gunshot in the exact spot she died in, reliving the death of the only thing which has ever mattered to him, it's not only pure and beautiful art, it's intensely moving and deeply desolate. And some of the slow-motion shots of fighting are literally as elegantly balletic as the title of the movie suggests.


Italian version

Il suicidio della fidanzata sconvolge il precario equilibrio mentale di Goda, un pubblicitario che, ossessionato dal desiderio di possedere una pistola, si innamorerà di una ragazza punk, Chisato, finendo per aiutare la gang di quest’ultima contro una banda di rivali.

Bullet Ballet è cinema di corpi che sono già cadaveri: la deriva esistenziale è assoluta e non lascia scampo. Per i personaggi di Tsukamoto cercare e invocare la morte (tanto la propria quanto altrui) diventa l’unica e disperata affermazione della vita.
In una Tokyo violenta e spietata, che potrebbe essere benissimo una metropoli qualsiasi, l’autodistruzione è divenuta l’unica realizzazione possibile e compiuta del nostro vivere: la sola possibilità di salvezza in una realtà dove la relazione tra i sessi ha perso quasi ogni connotazione romantica e addirittura umana. Poca risulta essere dunque la differenza tra i personaggi di Bullet Ballet e l’anonimo impiegato di Tetsuo che si trasforma in robot.

Lo stile è quello ipercinetico e personalissimo di sempre, ma Shinya inserisce frammenti di poesia pura quasi impercettibili (al luna park, sulle scale mobili), aggiornando così il suo caratteristico pessimismo, sempre più sfaccettato, sempre meno definibile.
La corsa finale dei due protagonisti, che sembrano allontanarsi sempre più, è la riprova della loro incomunicabilità oppure l’ultimo, definitivo, tentativo di dimostrare che ancora siamo vivi? Difficile scegliere. Il cinema di questo geniale regista si presta a numerose interpretazioni, e anche se difficilmente lo si può considerare il suo miglior film, Bullet Ballet rimane comunque un’opera importante, preziosa, da non perdere per nulla al mondo.

:::->Scheda tecnica del DivX<-:::



Dimensione: 700 Mb
Durata: 96 minuti

Video Codec: Xvid
Video Bitrate: 1008 kbps
Risoluzione: 512x320
FPS (Frames/sec):29
QF (Frame quality): 0.205

Audio Codec: mp3
Audio Bitrate: 116 kbps
Freq Audio: 48000 Hz

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