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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2008-1-26 19:03     标题: 【整理】影评快递 2008-01-27, Redacted 节选修订

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本片讲述了美国陆军在伊拉克的一个小分队迫害一名无辜的伊拉克女孩及她的家人的过程,尖锐地揭示了战争带来的无辜死亡和伊拉克人面对战争时的无助




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Redacted is a new film written and directed by Brian De Palma. It has some similarities to an earlier film of his--Casualties of War--in that both of these movies deal with an atrocity committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of War was about Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. It tracks fairly closely the details of a real event (uh, crime) committed by American servicemen in the town of Mahmudiya.

But Redacted doesn't just dramatize the story in a straightforward, narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we've become familiar with--what's going on in Iraq--so that every piece of footage, everything we see in this movie is as if it has been filtered through another camera so you see the video diary of one of the soldiers, you see security camera footage, you see website video clips, you also see a very clever parody of a French documentary about American soldiers guarding a checkpoint.

And the point seems to be that, the truth, which is what Mr. De Palma is trying to show us, is always filtered, always mediated, always coming from a certain point of view. It's an interesting idea and it's an interestingly made film. I wish it was a more forceful and persuasive one. One of the big problems is that the acting style doesn't really gibe with the mode of visual presentation. Visually it's supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if you put the little handheld cameras right there in the action. But the dialogue, and especially the acting feels very mannered and very stagy.

And the arguments that they have about the larger mission in Iraq and also about the particular things that they are doing while they are there which are truly horrific seem very canned and potted and not really worked out and embedded in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what soldiers do in war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibility of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But these ideas kind of float on the surface and get stuffed into the characters' mouths so that you don't really feel the impact that I think De Palma wants you to feel. You don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused as bewildered, as furious as he clearly does in making this movie. [ 本帖最后由 sharpenxu 于 2008-2-23 18:15 编辑 ]
作者: kobe24    时间: 2008-1-26 21:18

homework


Redacted is a new film written and directed by Brian Depalma.It has some similarity to an earlier film of his casualty of war in that both of these movies deal with an atrocity committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualty of war was about Vietnam.
This movie is about the war in Iraq. It traces fairly closely the details of the real event crime committed by American servicemen in the town of Mahmudiya.But redacted doesn't just dramatize the story in a straightforward narrative way, it uses the technique by which we become familiar with what’s going on in Iraq so that every piece of footage, everything we see in this movie is as if it has been filtered to another camera so you see the video diaries of one of the soldiers, you see security camera footage, you see website video clips , you also see a very clever parity of a French documentary about the America's soldiers guarding at check point.

And the points seem to be that, the truth which Mr. Depalma.It is trying to show us is or as filtered or as mediated or as coming from certain point of view. It’s an interesting idea; I mean it's an interestingly made film. I wish it was a more forcible and persuasive one. One of the biggest problems is that the acting style doesn't really gybe with the motor visual presentation.

Visually it's perhaps very raw and mediated and unfiltered as if there could be a little hand poked cameras right there in the action. But the dialogue, especially the acting feels very mannered and very stagy. And the argument they have about the large missionary in Iraq and also about the particular things they are doing while they are there which are truly horrific. Seem very candid and potted and not really work it out an embedded in the dramatic reality.

There are a lot of ideas about war and what the soldiers are doing in the war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibity of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But his idea is kind of floated on the surface and get stuff in the characters' mouth so you don't really get the impact but I think Depalma wants you to feel. you don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused as bewildered as furious he cluely does in making his movie.
作者: cly2005    时间: 2008-1-26 23:15

Homework
Redact is a new film written and directed by ?? It has some similarities to the earlier film of his casualties of war in that both of these films deal with atrocities committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of war was about Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. It tracks very closely the details of a real event, a crime committed by an American serviceman in the town of ??.

But redact doesn’t just dramatize the story in a straightforward and narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we’ve become very familiar with what’s going on in Iraq so that every piece of footage, every scene we see in this movie is as if it’s been filtered through another camera. So you see the video of dairy of one of the soldiers. You see security camera footage. You see website video clips. You also see a very clear parody of a French documentary about American soldiers guarding at the check point.

And the points seem to be that the truth which is almost diploma is trying to show us is always filtered, always mediated, always coming from a certain point of view. It’s an interesting idea and it’s an interestingly made film. I wish it was a more forceful and persuasive. One of the big problems is that the acting style doesn’t really ?? with the multi-visual presentation. Visually it’s supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if your little hand camera right there in the action. But the dialogue and especially the acting feels very mannered and very stagy.

And the arguments they have about the large missionary are also about a particular thing they are doing while they are there which are truly horrific. Seem very ?? and ?? that not really worked out imbedded in a dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what soldiers do in war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibility of the people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But these ideas kind of flow down the surface and get stuffed into the character’s mouth so that you don’t really feel the impact that I think ?? wants u to feel. You don’t feel as angry as outraged as confused as bewildered as furious as he clearly does in making this movie.

作者: Julie_R    时间: 2008-1-27 11:28

on kobe24

Redacted is a new film written and directed by Brian De Palma. It has some similarities to an earlier film of his Casualties of War in that both of these movies deal with an atrocity committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of War was about Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. It tracks fairly closely the details of a real event of crime committed by American servicemen in the town of Mahmudiya.
But redacted doesn't just dramatize the story in a straightforward narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we’ve become familiar with what’s going on in Iraq so that every piece of footage, everything we see in this movie is as if it has been filtered through another camera so you see the video diary of one of the soldiers, you see security camera footage, you see website video clips, you also see a very clever parity of a French documentary about American soldiers guarding at checkpoint.
And the point seems to be that, the truth, which is what Mr. De Palma is trying to show us, is always filtered always mediated always coming from a certain point of view. It’s an interesting idea and it's an interestingly made film. I wish it was of more forceful and persuasive. One of the big problems is that the acting style doesn't really gibe with the motive visual presentation. Visually it's supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if you could be little hand of cameras right there in the action. But the dialogue, and especially the acting feels very mannered and very stagy.
And the arguments that they have about the larger mission in Iraq and also about the particular things that they are doing while they are there or which are truly horrific seem very canned and potted and not really worked out and embedded in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what soldiers do in war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibility of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But these ideas kind of float on the surface and get stuffed into the characters' mouths so that you don't really feel the impact that I think De Palma wants you to feel. You don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused as bewildered as furious as he clearly does in making this movie.
作者: lxwsdrz9999    时间: 2008-1-27 14:06

on Julie_R
Redact is a new film written and directed by Brian De Palma. It has some similarities to an earlier film of his Casualties of War in that both of these movies deal with an atrocity committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of War were about Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. It tracks fairly closely the details of a real event of crime committed by American servicemen in the town of Mahmudiya.

But Redact doesn't just dramatize the story in a straightforward narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we’ve become familiar with what’s going on in Iraq so that every piece of footage, everything we see in this movie is as if it has been filtered through another camera so you see the video diary of one of the soldiers, you see security camera footage, you see website video clips, you also see a very clever parity of a French documentary about American soldiers guarding at checkpoint.

And the point seems to be that, the truth, which is what Mr. De Palma is trying to show us, is always filtered always mediated, always coming from a certain point of view. It’s an interesting idea and it's an interestingly made film. I wish it was of more forceful and persuasive. One of the big problems is that the acting style doesn't really gibe of the motive visual presentation. Visually it's supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if you could be little hand of cameras right there in the action. But the dialogue and especially the acting feel is very mannered and very stagy.

And the arguments that they have about the larger mission in Iraq and also about the particular things that they are doing while they are there or which are truly horrific seem very canned and potted and not really worked out and embedded in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what soldiers do in war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibility of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But these ideas are a kind of float on the surface and get stuffed into the characters' mouths so that you don't really feel the impact that I think De Palma wants you to feel. You don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused as bewildered as furious as he clearly does in making this movie.
作者: Verasweet    时间: 2008-1-27 14:15

Homework

Redacted is a new film written and directed by Brian De Palma. It has some similarity to the earlier film of his Casualties of War in that both of these movies deal with atrocity committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of War was about Vietnam. This movie is about war in Iraq. It tracks very close the details of a real event of crime committed by American serviceman in the town of Mahmudiya.

But Redacted doesn't just dramatize the story in the straightforward narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we've become familiar with what's going on here in Iraq so that every piece of footage, everything we see in the movie is as if it has been filtered through another camera, so you see the video diary of one of the soldiers, you see security camera footage or you see website video clips. You also see a very clever parity of a French documentary about an American soldier's guarding a checkpoint.

And the point seems to be that the truth which, one of, De Palma is trying to show us is always filtered, always mediated, always coming from a certain point of view. It is an interesting idea and it is an interestingly made film. I wish it were of more forceful and persuasive. One of the big problems is that the acting style does really gibe with the motive visual presentation. Visually, it is supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if you could be a little hand camera right there in the action. But the dialogue, especially the acting, feels very mannered and very stagy.

And the arguments that they have about large mission in Iraq also about the particular things that they are doing while they are there, which are truly horrific, seem very canned and potted, not really work out and imbedded in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what's soldiers doing war and about the truth and how it gets out, about the moral responsibility of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But his ideas kind of float on the surface and get stuffs into the characters' mouths so that you don't really feel the impact that I think De Palma wants you to feel, you don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused, as bewildered, as furious, as he clearly does in making this movie.

作者: forget me not    时间: 2008-1-27 21:10

[quote=Julie_R,Jan 27 2008, 12:28 PM]

On Julie

Redacted is a new film written and directed by Brian De Palma. It has some similarities to an earlier film of his Casualties of War in that both of these movies deal with an atrocity committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of War was about Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. It tracks fairly closely the details of a real event of crime committed by American servicemen in the town of Mahmudiya.
But redacted doesn't just dramatize the story in a straightforward narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we’ve become familiar with what’s going on in Iraq so that every piece of footage, everything we see in this movie is as if it has been filtered through another camera so you see the video diary of one of the soldiers, you see security camera footage, you see website video clips, you also see a very clever parity of a French documentary about American soldiers guarding at checkpoint.
And the point seems to be that, the truth, which is what Mr. De Palma is trying to show us, is always filtered always mediated always coming from a certain point of view. It’s an interesting idea and it's an interestingly made film. I wish it was of more forceful and persuasive. One of the big problems is that the acting style doesn't really gibe with the motive visual presentation. Visually it's supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if you could be little hand of cameras right there in the action. But the dialogue, and especially the acting feels very mannered and very stagy.
And the arguments that they have about the larger mission in Iraq and also about the particular things that they are doing while they are there or which are truly horrific seem very canned and potted and not really worked out and embedded in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what soldiers do in war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibility of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But these ideas kind of float on the surface and get stuffed into the characters' mouths so that you don't really feel the impact that I think De Palma wants you to feel. You don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused as bewildered as furious as he previously does in making this movie.



作者: 王四五    时间: 2008-1-28 09:25

on Julie_R

Redacted is a new film written and directed by Brian De Palma. It has some similarities to an earlier film of his Casualties of War in that both of these movies deal with an atrocity committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of War was about Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. It tracks fairly closely the details of a real event of crime committed by American servicemen in the town of Mahmudiya.
But redacted doesn't just dramatize the story in a straightforward narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we’ve become familiar with what’s going on in Iraq so that every piece of footage, everything we see in this movie is as if it has been filtered through another camera so you see the video diary of one of the soldiers, you see security camera footage, you see website video clips, you also see a very clever parody of a French documentary about American soldiers guarding at checkpoint.
And the point seems to be that, the truth, which is what Mr. De Palma is trying to show us, is always filtered always mediated always coming from a certain point of view. It’s an interesting idea and it's an interestingly made film. I wish it was of more forceful and persuasive. One of the big problems is that the acting style doesn't really gibe with the motive visual presentation. Visually it's supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if you could be little hand of cameras right there in the action. But the dialogue, and especially the acting feels very mannered and very stagy.
And the arguments that they have about the larger mission in Iraq and also about the particular things that they are doing while they are there or which are truly horrific seem very canned and potted and not really worked out and embedded in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what soldiers do in war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibility of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But these ideas kind of float on the surface and get stuffed into the characters' mouths so that you don't really feel the impact that I think De Palma wants you to feel. You don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused as bewildered as furious as he clearly does in making this movie.
作者: joannating    时间: 2008-1-29 16:14

homework:

Redacted is a new film written and directed by director Brian De Palma. It has some similarities to earlier films of his casualties of war, in that both of these films deal with the untrusties committed by American military personnel overseas, casualties of war with about the Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. If tracks fairly closely the details of a real event of crime committed by American service man in the town of Mahmudiya.

But Redacted doesn’t just dram cast stories in a strict forward narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we become familiar with what’s going on in Iraq, so that every piece of footage, everything received in this movie is as if its been filtered to another camera. So you see the video of diary one of the soldiers, you see security camera footages, you see website video clips, you also see a very clever parity of a French documentary about American soldiers guard the check point.

And point seems to be that the truth which feudal government is trying to show us is always filtered, always inmediated, always coming from a certain point of view. It’s an interesting idea and it’s an interestingly made film. I wish it was a more forceful and persuasive. One of the big problems is that the acting style is really gibe with the mode of visually presentation. Visually it possibly be very raw and mediate and unfiltered as if you can have a little hand of a camera right there in the action. But the dialogue and especially the acting feels very mannered and very stagy.

And arguments that they have about a large missionary in Iraq and about particular things they were doing while they were there, which are truly very terrific. Seem very cant and parted and not really worked out and embodied in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideals in this movie about war and what soldiers doing in war, and about the truth and how it gets out, and about more responsibilities of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But these ideals kind of flow down on the surface and gets stuff into the characters mouths, so that you don’t really feel impact that I think the parliament wants you to feel. You don’t feel as angry, as outraged, as confused, as be wildered, as furious, as he clearly does in making this movie.

作者: 海月沧遥    时间: 2008-1-30 20:55

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(-We look up freak in this film now
-Everything’s what?
-Everything’s..er ,anything that canna? help us fight the war.
-Can you read that?
-No ,of course this is..
-And hand this paper?
-No,yeah,this is / redacted)
Redacted is a new film written and directed by Brian De Palma. It has some similarities to an earlier film of his Casualties of War in that both of these movies deal with a-tr- committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of War was about Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. It tracks fairly closely the details of a real event of crime committed by American servicemen in the town of Ma-r-d.
We are pu-ing the safety you cannot deal the time ,what place,what the soldiers’ of the war,but regard that everything about we told you,everything is absolutely true!
But redacted doesn't just dramatize the story in a straightforward narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we’ve become familiar with, what’s going on in Iraq, so that every piece of footage, everything we see in this movie is ,as if it has been filtered through another camera, so you see the video diary of one of the soldiers, you see security camera footage, you see website video clips, you also see a very clever parity of a French documentary about American soldiers guarding in the checkpoint.
(-You get attention! may everyone? who kills over there good for/of? USA? I mean,if they do ,they can,shoot it all rght now.)
And the point seems to be that, the truth, which is what Mr. De Palma is trying to show us, is always filtered always mediated always coming from a certain point of view.
It’s an interesting idea and it's an interestingly made film. I wish it was of more forceful and persuasive. One of the big problems is that the acting style doesn't really g-d with the motive visual presentation. Visually it's supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if you could be little hand of cameras right there in the action.
But the dialogue, and especially the acting feels very mannered and very stagy.
(-It’s ok,it’s ok,right here. )
And the arguments that they have about the larger mission in Iraq and also about the particular things that they are doing while they are there or which are truly horrific seem very ca- and p- and not really worked out and embedded in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what soldiers do in war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibility of ppeople to tell the truth and seek the truth. But thes ideas’ kind of float on the surface and get stuffed into the characters' mouths so that you don't really feel the impact that I think De Palma wants you to feel. You don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused ,as bewildered,as furious as he clearly does in making this movie.

作者: GDUFSFern    时间: 2008-2-9 11:37

hw
Redact is a new film written and directed by Brian De Palma. It has some similarities to an earlier film of his Casualties of War in that both of these movies deal with an atrocity committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of War was about Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. It tracks fairly closely the details of a real event of the crime committed by American servicemen in the town of Mahmudiya.

But Redact doesn't just dramatize the story in a straightforward narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we’ve become familiar with what’s going on in Iraq so that every piece of footage, everything we see in this movie is as if it has been filtered through another camera so you see the video diary of one of the soldiers,so you see security camera footage, you see website video clips, you also see a very clever parity of a French documentary about American soldiers guarding at checkpoint.

And the point seems to be that, the truth, which is what Mr. De Palma is trying to show us, is always filtered always mediated, always coming from a certain point of view. It’s an interesting idea and it's an interestingly made film. I wish it was of more forceful and persuasive. One of the big problems is that the acting style doesn't really gibe of the motive visual presentation. Visually it's supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if you could be little hand of cameras right there in the action. But the dialogue and especially acting feel is very mannered and very stagy.

And the arguments that they have about the larger mission in Iraq and also about the particular things that they are doing while they are there or which are truly horrific seem very canned and potted and not really worked out and embedded in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what's soldiers do in war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibility of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But these ideas are a kind of float on the surface and get stuffed into the characters' mouths so that you don't really feel the impact that I think De Palma wants you to feel. You don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused as bewildered as furious as he clearly does in making this movie.

作者: xubiao70    时间: 2014-12-25 02:08

Redacted is a new film written and directed by Brian De Palma. It has some similarities to an earlier film of his--Casualties of War--in that both of these movies deal with an atrocity committed by American military personnel overseas. Casualties of War was about Vietnam. This movie is about the war in Iraq. It tracks fairly closely the details of a real event (uh, crime) committed by American servicemen in the town of Mahmudiya.

But Redacted doesn't just dramatize the story in a straightforward, narrative way. It uses the techniques by which we've become familiar with--what's going on in Iraq--so that every piece of footage, everything we see in this movie is as if it has been filtered through another camera so you see the video diary of one of the soldiers, you see security camera footage, you see website video clips, you also see a very clever parody of a French documentary about American soldiers guarding a checkpoint.

And the point seems to be that, the truth, which is what Mr. De Palma is trying to show us, is always filtered, always mediated, always coming from a certain point of view. It's an interesting idea and it's an interestingly made film. I wish it was a more forceful and persuasive one. One of the big problems is that the acting style doesn't really gibe with the mode of visual presentation. Visually it's supposed to be very raw and immediate and unfiltered as if you put the little handheld cameras right there in the action. But the dialogue, and especially the acting feels very mannered and very stagy.

And the arguments that they have about the larger mission in Iraq and also about the particular things that they are doing while they are there which are truly horrific seem very canned and potted and not really worked out and embedded in the dramatic reality. There are a lot of ideas in this movie about war and what soldiers do in war and about the truth and how it gets out and about the moral responsibility of people to tell the truth and seek the truth. But these ideas kind of float on the surface and get stuffed into the characters' mouths so that you don't really feel the impact that I think De Palma wants you to feel. You don't feel as angry, as outraged, as confused as bewildered, as furious as he clearly does in making this movie




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