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Name:Jump 2007 R1 NTSC DVDR VoMiT [

Total Size: 4.45 GB

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Last Updated: 2009-12-05 23:05:12 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-09-02 07:16:31




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Torrent description

Jump! (2007)

Video..........: Untouched
Aspect Ratio...: 1.85:1
Audio..........: 5.1 Surround
Source.........: R1 Retail
Audio Language.: English
Subtitles......: N/A
Image Type.....: .img
Menu...........: Yes (Untouched)
Extras.........: Some (Stripped)
RAR Count......: 95x50
Theater Date...: 02.14.2007
DVD Date.......: 03.31.2009
Release Date...: 03.27.2009
Genre..........: Drama
Runtime........: 102 mins
IMDB Rating....: 6.0/10 (235 Votes)







http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0816544






JUMP is a psychological drama revealing for the first
time the extraordinary circumstances behind the unjust
murder trial of the young Jew, Philippe Halsman, who
would later become the most sought after celebrity
portrait photographer of his generation. Set in 1928
Austria during the rise of fascism, the story documents
the corrupt relationship between Philippe and his father,
the events leading to his father's death, and focuses a
sharp but delicate eye upon the anti-Semitic atmosphere
that quickly led to Philippe's conviction. On a September
afternoon in the heart of the picturesque Alps, two
Latvian tourists, 22-yr old Philippe Halsman, a
soft-spoken, compassionate engineering student and his
overbearing father Morduch undertook a hiking tour.
Though he loved his father deeply, the seething dynamic
between them never allowed this affection to surface. By
the end of the day, Morduch Halsman, a stubborn,
aggressive, well-to-do dentist, determined to "make a
man" of his son by the brute force of physical labor, was
dead. Philippe maintained that his father had fallen and
was still alive when he ran for help, but when he
returned, his father's body lay face down, his head split
open with an ax, his blood and belongings strewn about
the area. With vague circumstantial evidence pointing to
Philippe, he was immediately arrested and charged with
patricide. No one wanted to defend an outsider, let alone
a Jew, and the local community hoped for a speedy trial
that would wash their hands of the monstrous act.
Deliberately uninformed of his rights, Philippe was left
in the dark of his cold cell until his mother and sister,
alerted to the crisis, managed to procure a lawyer from
the Jewish quarter in Vienna. With no time to prepare his
case, Philippe and his passionate lawyer were left
scrambling as the trial began. While witnesses steered
their testimony towards a guilty verdict, and while the
courtroom saw such gruesome evidence as Morduch's head,
severed from his body by local autopsists, Philippe found
himself so alienated he could not even bring himself to
help his own cause. Enraged that the trial was conducted
with such hostility towards him, he sat brooding with
anger, given to frequent outbursts of frustration. In a
mere four days, the highly-charged, emotional trial came
to a close. Though no evidence or any clear motive had
been established, the deliberation was over as soon as it
began. Philippe Halsman was convicted of patricide and
sentenced to ten years in prison thus becoming the first
Jewish victim of the incipient anti-Semitism of National
Socialism. Not until well-known international figures
such as Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud and Thomas Mann
rallied to his cause, demanding a fair trial, was
Philippe freed. Under the condition that he never return
to Austria, he made his way out of the country harboring
the darkest of wounds. Not only was he never allowed to
properly grieve his father's death, but he would forever
be haunted by visions of his falling father, of the
severed head, and the black hole of his own memory,
filled with doubt, guilt and grief. Though he never spoke
publicly about that fateful summer, its influence was
sharply felt in the photography that would soon make
Philippe famous. Commissioned by the likes of Marilyn
Monroe, Brando, Picasso, Nixon and the Kennedys, Halsman
turned formal fashion shots into serious investigations
of character. Engaging his subjects in disarming chatter,
he would often ask them to jump, which he believed would
free them of their postures and defenses. "When you ask a
person to jump, his attention is mostly directed toward
the act of jumping and the mask falls so that the real
person appears." From surrealist flourishes such as
headless bodies or bodiless heads, to "jumpology", which
would become his trademark, Philippe pursued his quest to
uncover the hidden truths behind the masks of his
subjects. But only in private would he turn this
investigation upon himself. It seems that Philippe was
able to witness his father's true character in that
horrible moment so many years ago, and perhaps, in doing
so, was able to love him in absolute. But as to the
question of murder, obscured by the trauma of the moment
and the whirlwind of prejudice in its aftermath, Philippe
himself was rendered impotent to answer.






Ben Silverstone............ : ..........Phillippe Halsman
Patrick Swayze............. : ........Richard Pressburger
Martine McCutcheon......... : ..............Liuba Halsman
Heinz Hoenig............... : ............Morduch Halsman
Anja Kruse................. : ................Ita Halsman
Heinz Trixner.............. : .............Emil Groeschel
Christoph Schobesberger.... : .....Siegfried Hohenleitner
Richard Johnson............ : ..............Judge Larcher
Wolfgang Fierek............ : ...........Leopold Zipperer
Adi Hirschal............... : ..................Dr. Stein
Alf Beinell................ : ...............Franz Eicher
Christian K. Schaeffer..... : ...............Johan Weiler
Erik Jan Rippmann.......... : .................Josef Eder
Cornelia Albrecht.......... : .............Marilyn Monroe
Bernd Jeschek.............. : .................Josef Weil








Stripped:

Junk Cells
Studio Intros
Warnings
Some Previews


Intact:

Main Feature Untouched
16:9 WS [1.85:1] Presentation
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround: English
Preview


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Edited Menu Buttons
Removed Stripped Audio References
Played Preview Post Feature

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