Blue Sky ou Sous le ciel du Nevada au Québec est un film américain de Tony Richardson, sorti en 1994. Hank Marshall est un officier très compétent dans la recherche nucléaire américaine, mais il pose problème à ses supérieurs pour deux raisons. La première est le comportement un peu léger de son épouse, Carly, qui fait scandale dans chaque base où il est affecté ; la seconde est sa réticence affichée à certaines expériences. Quand sa situation devient menacée, c'est l'amour de sa femme qui le sortira du pétrin.
Jessica Lange deserves three cheers for her performance as an army wife in the early 1960s. Sensuous and unpredictable, Lange bridles at the restrictions in her life and is constantly seeking attention. Tommy Lee Jones is the nuclear engineer who adores her, but is just as passionate toward his career. Lange and Jones sizzle in spite of a weak plot tangent concerning the military cover-up of nuclear testing in the Nevada desert. The love story is everything as it bursts with undercurrents of passion, regret, sorrow, and joy. Lange's sexy, high-strung performance earned her an Oscar. It was director Tony Richardson's last film. --Rochelle O'Gorman --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Oh I think it is in this movie. She changes from an unstable, somewhat selfish person, into a loyal, compassionate wife who helps her husband (Tommy Lee Jones) expose a nuclear... Read morePublished on Oct. 26 2000
The acting of both leads in Blue Sky is magnificent. The result is a genuinely touching love story. Some plausibility is lost when the conspiracy plot kicks in; at this point you... Read morePublished on July 15 2000 by Roy Sablosky
Jessica Lange shows us again in Blue Sky why she is the greatest actress of our time. Taking home the Oscar for Best Actress for this film was long overdue. Read morePublished on May 28 2000
How can we get them to produce more? I sure would like a copy of my own.Fyrwife@aol.comPublished on July 10 1999