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Mike und Scott verdingen sich als Straßenstricher in Portland. Während der liebenswürdige Mike in schwierigen Verhältnissen aufgewachsen ist und seine Eltern seit Jahren nicht gesehen hat, entstammt Scott einer der angesehensten Familien der Stadt. My Private Idaho – Das Ende der Unschuld ist ein Roadmovie aus dem Jahr Regie führte Gus Van Sant, die Hauptdarsteller sind Keanu Reeves und. My Own Private Idaho () is an independent drama film directed by Gus Van Sant (Drugstore Cowboy, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers' Under the Bridge). It stars. h-nmotorsport.se - Kaufen Sie My private Idaho - Das Ende der Unschuld günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen. My Private Idaho - Das Ende der Unschuld ein Film von Gus Van Sant mit River Phoenix, Keanu Reeves. Inhaltsangabe: Die damals angesagtesten Jungstars.
River Phoenix und Keanu Reeves spielen in My Private Idaho zwei Stricher, die auf ihrem ausgesprochen kurvigen Lebensweg Freunde. (Text: Sky). Deutscher Kinostart: Originalsprache: Englisch. Alternativtitel: My Private Idaho. DVD und Blu-ray; Streams; Sendetermine; Cast; Crew. Gus Van Sants kultiges Schwulenepos ist eine ebenso flammende wie desillusionierende Ode an die Jugend: Im Rausch der Drogen und Hormone scheint.
While visiting in his trailer, Richard tries to tell Mike who his real father is, but Mike says that he knows it is Richard. Richard tells Mike that their mother works as a hotel maid; when Mike and Scott visit the hotel, they find she has gone to Italy in search of her own family.
At the hotel, they meet Hans, the man who drove them to Portland, and prostitute themselves to him. With the money they received from Hans, Mike and Scott travel to Italy.
They find the country farmhouse where Mike's mother worked as a maid and an English tutor. The young woman, Carmela, who lives there, tells Mike that his mother returned to the United States months ago.
Carmela and Scott fall in love and return to the U. Scott's father dies, and Scott inherits his fortune.
Back in Portland, Bob and his gang confront a newly reformed Scott at a fashionable restaurant, but he rejects them.
That night Bob has a fatal heart attack. The next day the hustlers hold a rowdy funeral for Bob, while in the same cemetery, a few yards away, Scott attends a solemn funeral for his father.
At the end of the film, Mike is back on the deserted stretch of the Idaho highway. After he falls into another narcoleptic stupor, two strangers pull up in a truck, take his backpack and shoes, and drive away.
Moments later, an unidentified figure pulls up in a car, picks the unconscious Mike up, places him in the vehicle and drives away.
The origins of My Own Private Idaho came from John Rechy 's novel, City of Night , which featured characters who were street hustlers who did not admit to being gay.
In the script, Van Sant adapted the Scott character to that of a rich kid. The character of Scott was also fashioned after people Van Sant had met in Portland who were street hustlers.
Early drafts of the screenplay were set on Hollywood Boulevard , not Portland, with working titles such as Blue Funk and Minions of the Moon.
I also knew this fat guy named Bob, who had always reminded me of Falstaff and who was crazy about hustler boys". Van Sant realized that Prince Hal in the plays resembled the character of Scott and the sidekick was Mike.
His script ended up becoming a literal restructuring of the Henry IV plays. According to the director, he always looked like he was about to fall asleep.
Van Sant showed the script to an executive at 20th Century Fox who liked Shakespeare. It was 25 pages long and was about two Latino characters on the streets of Portland who go in search of their parents and travel to a town in Spain.
One of them falls in love with a girl and leaves the other behind. The characters of Hans and Bob were also present.
Van Sant wanted to make the film but felt that the script was not finished. Initially, no studio would finance the film because of its potentially controversial and off-beat subject matter.
After Drugstore Cowboy received favorable critical raves and awards, studios started to show some interest. This frustration prompted the filmmaker to attempt the feature on a shoestring budget with a cast of actual street kids filling out the roles including Michael Parker and actor Rodney Harvey, who was going to play Scott.
Van Sant faced the problem of casting the two central roles. He decided to send the script to the agents of Keanu Reeves and River Phoenix , figuring that their agents would reject the script.
After reading the treatment, Phoenix agreed to play the role of Scott. However, since Van Sant had already cast Reeves in the role, they had to convince River to take on the edgier role of drug-addicted hustler Mike Waters.
The director promised not to make either actor do anything embarrassing. Principal photography took place from November to December , primarily in Portland , Seattle and Rome.
Phoenix arrived in Portland two weeks before principal photography was to begin in order to do research and Van Sant remembered, "He seemed to be changing into this character".
I've never seen anybody so intent on living his role". A couple of times a week they would play music together.
Due to the low budget, a typical day of shooting started at 6 am and ended at 11 pm. The film was not storyboarded and was made without a shot list.
Phoenix described his process as his "own stream-of-consciousness, and this just happened to be one that was more than actor notes.
Then Keanu and I refined it, worked on it. It was something I wrote down a night, two nights, before, and then I showed it to Keanu and Gus.
And Gus kept the whole thing. He didn't pare it down. It's a long scene. When asked if either he or Reeves were uncomfortable he said, "Nah, not at all.
Who am I—a politician? Eric Edwards shot the time-lapse photography shots on his own. Van Sant originally had the screen go black when Mike passed out but was not satisfied with this approach.
He used Edwards' footage as a way of "an altered sense of time" from Mike's perspective. However, foreign distributors wanted as much Shakespeare in the film as possible.
The film's score was composed by pedal steel guitarist Bill Stafford, he recorded various arrangements for the film including instrumental adaptations of " Home on the Range " and " America the Beautiful ".
Other original and selected songs from various artists were also featured in the film, including:. Van Sant's film achieved critical acclaim.
Film critic Roger Ebert wrote, "The achievement of this film is that it wants to evoke that state of drifting need, and it does.
There is no mechanical plot that has to grind to a Hollywood conclusion, and no contrived test for the heroes to pass.
Phoenix Dogfight and Mr. Reeves of the two Bill and Ted comedies are very fine in what may be the two best roles they'll find in years.
Roles of this density, for young actors, do not come by that often". In this, and every scene, Phoenix immerses himself so deeply inside his character you almost forget you've seen him before: it's a stunningly sensitive performance, poignant and comic at once.
The sheer, expressive beauty of those images haunted me for days. Hoberman , in his review for The Village Voice , wrote, "While Phoenix vanishes with reckless triumph into his role, Reeves stands, or occasionally struts, uneasily beside his, unable to project even the self-mocking wit of Matt Dillon 's star turn in Drugstore Cowboy.
My Own Private Idaho adds a new ingredient: a kind of boho sweetness. I loved it. Conversely, USA Today gave My Own Private Idaho two and half stars out of four, criticizing Van Sant's film for being "nothing but set pieces; tossed into a mix whose meaning is almost certainly private".
But this is a desperate imposition on an essentially inert film. The site's critical consensus reads: "A tantalizing glimpse of a talented director and his stars all at the top of their respective games, Gus Van Sant's loose reworking of Henry IV is smart, sad and audacious.
In The Criterion Collection released the film in Blu-ray, based on a restored 4K digital transfer. Venice is the most progressive festival.
Anything else would be a token". Winning 3, it tied with Rambling Rose for the most awards. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the song, see Private Idaho.
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