thomas hardy-departe de lumea dezlantuita. 12 likes. Book. In cuvintele unei remarcabile scriitoare ca Virginia Woolf, Departe de lumea dezlantuita ne dezvaluie cealalta latura a spiritului uman, partea. Directed by Thomas Vinterberg. With Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts, Michael Sheen, Tom Sturridge. In Victorian England, the independent and.
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Sturridge, meanwhile, is the relatively weaker link in the cast; his performance is fuelled more by his sexy moustache and saucy swordmanship than anything else. Far from the Madding Crowd 7. To their credit, Vinterberg and Nicholls do try a little harder to add a truly feminist bent to their version of Bathsheba’s story.
It’s a question that has plagued literary enthusiasts sincewhen Thomas Hardy first introduced her to the world in one of his classic novels, Far From The Madding Crowd. Edit Storyline The story of independent, beautiful and headstrong Bathsheba Everdene Carey Mulliganwho attracts three very different suitors: Joseph Poorgrass Hilton McRae Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options.
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But it’s an effort that, ultimately, doesn’t quite work, since the point of Hardy’s novel was arguably more about the man Bathsheba should marry, and less about Bathsheba herself. Written by Fox Searchlight.
More care is taken to forge a genuine emotional connection between Bathsheba and Gabriel, even as her seduction of William Boldwood is made rezlantuita purposeful. Mulligan plays the fire and spirit of Bathsheba well, although she’s trapped as much by the script as her character is by Hardy’s words and ideas in the novel.
And yet, on a deeper reading of the novel, it becomes far harder to tell whether Hardy is celebrating Bathsheba’s independence, or punishing her for it.
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Bailiff 1 Dorian Lough How do you solve a problem like Bathsheba Everdene? The truth of the matter is that Hardy was not always concerned with celebrating Bathsheba as a character in her own right – he was frequently more interested in commenting on the ideal romantic suitor, the kind of man to whom Bathsheba should give her heart.
Fanny Robbin Bradley Hall Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. William Boldwood Jody Halse Edit Did You Know? Bathsheba still finds herself approaching Sergeant Troy with lust rather than caution, but she does so in a more clear-eyed manner.
Bailiff 2 Sam Phillips To be sure, Hardy gives Bathsheba a modern voice that still rings true today: Full Cast and Crew. In a time ruled and defined exclusively by men, Bathsheba Everdene Carey Mulligan stands apart as a free-spirited, independent young lass who refuses to bow to convention.
Gabriel Oak Matthias Schoenaertsa sheep farmer, captivated by her fetching willfulness; Frank Troy Tom Sturridgea handsome and reckless Sergeant; and William Boldwood Michael Sheena prosperous and mature bachelor. Yes No Report this.
There’s never any doubt, in Hardy’s mind at least, what her choice should be. It’s a shame, because Vinterberg has brought Hardy’s world to life with a very good cast indeed. Small wonder, then, that Bathsheba draws the attention of three suitors, each one representing a different social class and a unique brand of manhood: Jacob Smallbury Jessica Barden Gabriel Oak Tilly Vosburgh It’s a line so delicious that screenwriter David Nicholls nicked it wholesale for the film.
Today, years later, that same question haunts Thomas Vinterberg’s sumptuous, smart adaptation – one that tries valiantly, but doesn’t wholly succeed, in celebrating the strength of a character that was always somewhat illusory to begin with.
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