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Ryan's Daughter (Two Disc Special Edition)


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  • Actors: Robert Mitchum, Trevor Howard, Christopher Jones, John Mills, Sarah Miles
  • Directors: David Lean
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Feb. 7 2006
  • Run Time: 206 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CBG5PQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,171 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Pawels on July 13 2012
Format: DVD
Ryan's Daughter (Two Disc Special Edition)

Eschewing jarring jump cuts, pyrotechnics, gratuitous sex, gratuitous violence, foul language, extreme camera angles, and melodramatic lighting, David Lean established his consummate genius for telling a story by techniques so simple that they are not noticed --- until a trompe d'oeuil is essential to significance --- in such masterpieces as THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI, DOCTOR ZHIVAGO, and LAWRENCE OF ARABIA.

Lean collaborated with Robert Bolt to rewrite ANNA KARENINA, the tragedy of a naive woman married to an older man of noble character, and then falls in love with a dashing young man. Ireland was seriously antiEnglish during the Great War; Lean's Romeo and Juliet romance brought the enmity of both sides down on the star-crossed lovers. Unlike Pana Karenina, it is the soldier who chooses the easy way out, leaving the anguished adultress to sort out her relationship with her forbearing husband and her countrypeople.

Lean's location on the wild, windy west coast of Ireland, his framing, his cutting, the pacing, the acting, the quality of the film stock, and the unaffected directing kept me in esthetic orgasm during my last viewing, from the opening title to the end credits. Lean built an entire village to have his set exactly as he wanted, and then he bankrupted the production by keeping the entire crew on location waiting for the weather to blow and shine exactly as he wanted. The actors were actually in the frigid, stormy sea, not in the safety of a wave tank with wind machines.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Watson on Feb. 8 2013
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Robert Mitchum's seldom seen 'softer side' is central here in this classic love story of expectations vs. desires. The cast as a whole, including Sir John Mills in his oscar winning supporting role, is excellent; the cinematography captures both the beauty and isolation of small village/countryside life. Though the pace is sometimes slow, this is recommended viewing for fans of romance, British costume dramas and just plain, solid performances.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dederadio on Dec 13 2012
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Les DVD fonctionnent à merveille. Il n'y a pas d'autre chose à dire sur ce produit à part le prix qui est intéressant.
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By Vincent E Vanasse on May 19 2013
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I loved this movie when I saw it the first time and really enjoyed seeing it again. The scenery is beautiful, very well made and realistic. The story is sad in many ways.
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By Risé on Jan. 2 2013
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An old, but good movie that was purchased for my mother-in-law who enjoys old movies with great stories to watch.
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Grande fresque située à l'époque de la Première guerre mondiale dans une Irlande déchirée entre catholiques et protestants.

La femme catholique d'un maître d'école s'éprend d'un capitaine de l'armée britannique.

Avec toutes les conséquences tragiques que cette relation entraînera.

David Lean (Laurence d'Arabie et Docteur Zhivago) reprend ici ses grands thèmes de prédilection : amours impossibles, destins brisés, grands mouvements de masse sur fond historique.

Un film qui se regarde très bien, à l'histoire parfois prenante.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Whiteseagull on April 3 2004
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Ryan's Daughter is a wonderful, sensual love story set on the rugged, west sea coast of Ireland. It is about community, religion, tradition, youth, discovery, want, war and infidelity. And Sarah Miles is very sexy in her roll as the disillusioned Rose.
Rose is a young woman who is trying to come to terms with adulthood and sexuality in the small world of an Irish village. There arn't many good young men around so she has her sights set on an older, single, male schoolteacher, played by Robert Mitchum. Well, after a fanciful marriage and still a virgin, Rose discovers that the teacher isn't such a hot lover, which leaves Rose a bit disappointed.
"There must be more." She tells her priest, played by Trevor Howard.
"Be careful what you ask for Rose." he tells her, "Because as sure as hell you'll get it."
And then the movie starts.
When this film first came out, I was so spellbound by it that I went to the cinema to see it repeatedly, unlike any other movie. I became totally absorbed in the sheer epic of such a simple love story: the photography, the sensitivity, the location and the characters. Why couldn't other film-makers tell a story with such grace, style and sensuality? Well, I found out that other film-makers didn't have the big budgets that Director David Lean had. So I wonder, could David Lean have made a film on a small budget? Thank God he didn't. We have been left such a rich legacy of fine films from this master craftsman.
Critique Pauline Kael panned Ryan's Daughter so badly when it first came out and David Lean took it so hard and personally, that he didn't make another film for fourteen years. Perhaps Ms Kael wasn't sensitive but Mr. Lean's sensitivity shows through more in this film than with most others he's made. Thank you for your artistry Mr.
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