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Robinson Crusoe [1954 film] by Luis Buñuel

Robinson Crusoe [1954 film] (1954)

by Luis Buñuel (Director), Hugo Butler (Screenwriter)

Other authors: Daniel Defoe (Original novel), Daniel Defoe (original story author), Jaime Fernandez, Dan O'Herlihy

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(Las aventuras de Robinson Crusoe) MEX.- USA 1952 di LUIS BUNUEL con DAN O'HERLIHY, JAIME FERNANDEZ, FELIPE ALBA, JOSE CHAVEZ. Dal romanzo di Robinson Crusoe (1719) di Daniel Defoe. Un marinaio sopravvissuto a un naufragio approda a un'isola deserta alle foci dell'Orinoco e si organizza la vita prima da solo, poi con un selvaggio che battezza Venerdì. Nel suo 1° film a colori, che usa anche in funzione onirica, Bunuel fa un film sul silenzio (anche di Dio), la solitudine, la fraternità (ribaltando la funzione ideologica dei 2 personaggi), iniettandovi un tocco di sensualità. Avv. 89/ T. ( )
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Buñuel, LuisDirectorprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Butler, HugoScreenwritermain authorall editionsconfirmed
Defoe, DanielOriginal novelsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Defoe, Danieloriginal story authorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Fernandez, Jaimesecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
O'Herlihy, Dansecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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"And I add this part here, to hint to whoever shall read it, that whenever they come to a true Sense of things, they will find Deliverance from Sin a much greater Blessing than Deliverance from Affliction." Robinson Crusoe is stranded on an island after his ship is destroyed. Over the course of twenty-four years, he lives in isolation and develops the necessary skills for survival.… (more)

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