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Brad Pitt fala sobre o enredo secreto - 14/04/2010 14:57

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Tree of life, novo filme do diretor Terrence Malik (O novo mundo), é um grande segredo. A trama, e até mesmo o gênero do filme, ainda são desconhecidos. Mas, segundo a Empire Online, finalmente se sabe um pouco sobre o enredo.

Foi perguntado ao protagonista do longa, Brad Pitt (Bastardos Inglórios), se o filme é uma ficção científica. Ele respondeu que de certa forma sim, e explicou mais sobre o longa. "É uma pequena história de um garoto crescendo nos anos 50 com uma mãe amorosa e um pai que é opressivo. Ele tenta lidar com isso e definir quem vai ser quando se tornar adulto", diz.

O que isso tem a ver com sci-fi? "Tudo isso será justaposto com uma pequena história sobre o cosmos, sobre o começo do cosmos e seu fim. É ai que entra a ficção científica - ou ´realidade científica´", explica.

É possível que o longa seja exibido no Festival de Cannes, cuja lista será divulgada amanhã.

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‘Tree of Life’ to “change the language of movies?”

Posted by Kristopher Tapley · 7:24 pm · August 19th, 2010

 

 

malick1.gifI can’t speak to the interest Anne Thompson’s source on “The Tree of Life” has in the film, though I imagine anyone who has seen it has a vested interest at this stage.  Regardless, what the source has to say is mouth-watering indeed:

“It’s a mystical exploration of the meaning of life, a

journey in which a microcosm of a family mirrors the world; the

differences between man and woman, husband and wife, are mirrored

against nature and grace. It will change the language of movies. It’s a

real event. People will say, ‘what the fuck is this?’”

You’ll remember yesterday

Todd McCarthy publicly stated his expectation that the film will move

to 2011, based on little more than the usual impatience.  In his role as

New York Film Festival selection committee member, I guess he just got

some bad vibes when promise after promise was made to screen it for

potential inclusion in the fest, only to no avail.  But I wonder if all

of this back and forth is ultimately unhealthy for the film itself.

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Early ‘Tree of Life’ Screening Impression Compares Film To ’2001: A Space Odyssey’

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A member of the Home Theater Forum was treated to an early screening of Terrence Malick’s long-awaited Tree of Life last night “at work.” I’d love to have his job. You can check out his impressions below a long with possible release news.

Saw TREE OF LIFE the other night at work and it really is
amazing
.
Hypnotic
,

more like. I won’t give anything about it away here, but yes it is long

and there has already been talk in the news about Malick releasing it,

then re-cutting it, then re-releasing it, etc.

The main bulk of the film is about his childhood growing up in Texas (reels 3-7 out of 9!). The “creation” footage is
outstanding, absolutely jawdropping
, and does indeed
feel like 2001
a lot of the effects are practical
and your eyes can see that, which makes it
really fascinating

to watch. I don’t have a problem with the creation footage being

connected to his boyhood, after all, most boys love dinosaurs, so that’s

how I looked at it.

The story is framed around the death of his middle brother (in

Korea?? We never know) and is a reflection on the circle of life, the

evolution of life out of the mess of the Big Bang, but also about life

itself (the strained relationship with his severe father,
a stunning performance by Brad Pitt
, just stunning), and the end of the Universe. I still haven’t given anything away that hasn’t already been said in the press.
The film just has to be seen to be believed! One feels like a child again, seeing the world through young wide eyes.

On possible release and runtime:

Yes, it is finished! I believe it releases
in October
but it may be a limited release. And yes again
it’s about 3 hours
! There is talk of a cut down version, which Malick did for New World as well, but nothing confirmed.

There you have it. Take it with a grain of salt, since it is just a

forum post, but it is better than nothing for what is my most

anticipated film of the year. If they do actually plan to release in

October, I’m surprised we haven’t heard anything. Stay tuned to TFS for

more Tree of Life details as they com

Cain2010-09-03 17:25:52

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Fox adquire direitos do drama com Brad Pitt e Sean Penn - 09/09/2010 17:09

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A Fox anunciou hoje que irá adquirir os direitos norte-americanos do longa The Tree of Life, escrito e dirigido por Terrence Malick.

"Malick fez um filme profundamente emocionante, aguçadamente detalhista e magistral", disseram Stephen Gilula e Nancy Utley, presidentes do estúdio.

Sabe-se que parte da trama se passa nos anos 50 e segue um garoto Jack. Sua mãe é amorosa, porém o seu pai é opressivo. Ele busca lidar com isso e definir quem será quando crescer. Na fase adulta, ele se sente perdido, e questiona o sentido da vida e a existência da fé.

Brad Pitt interpreta o pai do garoto e Sean Penn vive Jack na idade adulta.

A estreia deve acontecer em 2011.

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Terence Malick’s ‘The Tree of Life’ Reportedly Scheduled For May 27, 2011

Posted on Friday, October 22nd, 2010 by Russ Fischer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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There has been no end of speculation about when we’ll see the latest film from Terrence Malick, The Tree of Life. After hoping for a release date from Apparition all this year, that distributor essentially dissolved and Fox Searchlight picked up the film. Now a scheduling update at Box Office Mojo has the film dated for May 27, 2011. Read More »

 

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The Tree of Life: Veja o primeiro cartaz do novo filme de Terrence Malick

"Nada fica como está", diz o pôster fotografado no AFM

Durante o American Film Market, feira que acontece atualmente em Santa Monica, na Califórnia, foi exposto no pavilhão o primeiro pôster de The Tree of Life, o próximo filme do cultuado cineasta Terrence Malick (O Novo Mundo), estrelado por Brad Pitt e Sean Penn. Os nossos parceiros do Collider fotografaram a arte, que você vê ao lado, na galeria.

A maior parte da trama - que vai desde o Big Bang até o futuro - se passa nos anos 1950. O protagonista é Jack, o mais velho entre três irmãos de uma família texana, que está aprendendo as coisas da vida. Tree of Life começa com a morte de um dos irmãos, a família em desespero, e então mostra o crescimento de Jack (vivido por Sean Penn), deprimido, no mundo moderno.

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