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lundi 26 septembre 2011

Crea en cours WIP A walk on the moon 01

WIP - Dessin en cours
double portrait au crayon, format A3, d'après le film « A walk on the moon » (Le choix d'une vie), 1999, de Tony Goldwyn, produit entre autre par Dustin Hoffman
avec Diane Lane, Viggo Mortensen,  Liev Schreiber, Anna Paquin.


Dessin terminé -> cliquez sur la vignette :)

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Diane Lane (Pearl Kantrowitz) , Viggo Mortensen (Walker Jerome)

The world of a young housewife is turned upside down when she has an affair with a free-spirited blouse salesman.

Although its tale of marital crisis unfolds a bit too cleanly, A Walk on the Moon--which was coproduced by Dustin Hoffman--offers a welcome relief from the juvenile assault of skull-throbbing blockbusters. The story is gently involving, the characters are authentic, and, best of all, Diane Lane is given a chance to show why she's one of the most genuine and underrated actresses of her generation. Here she plays Pearl Kantrowitz, a devoted housewife on a routine vacation in the Catskills with her TV repairman husband Marty (Liev Schreiber), 14-year-old daughter (Anna Paquin), and rambunctious younger son (Tovah Feldshuh).

It's the summer of 1969. Neil Armstrong has made his "one small step for man," Woodstock is about to happen nearby (leading to a barely plausible dramatic coincidence), and while her husband is away on business, Pearl is cautiously receptive to the seductions of "the blouse man" (Viggo Mortensen), a hippie salesman who offers the adventure and passion that Pearl sacrificed to young pregnancy and marriage. Once the stage for infidelity is set, A Walk on the Moon progresses predictably, but first-time screenwriter Pamela Gray stays true to the emotions of her characters, and actor Tony Goldwyn (making a smooth directorial debut) maintains precisely the right tone to downplay most of the movie's dramatic clichés. Add to this a sharp dynamic between Lane and Paquin, whose performances create a substantial mother-daughter relationship. Graced by stolen moments and fleeting expressions that speak volumes, this unassuming little film is eminently worthwhile. --Jeff Shannon
 
Product Description

Dustin Hoffman presents Diane Lane (MURDER AT 1600, JACK), Liev Schreiber (SPHERE, SCREAM I&II), and Viggo Mortensen (A PERFECT MURDER, THE LORD OF THE RINGS) in a provocative and sensual story about one woman's personal sexual revolution! It's the summer of 1969 and Pearl (Lane) is spending yet another vacation with her family when she realizes that the freedom of the times is passing her by. Following a chance meeting with a sexy, free-spirited young man (Mortensen), Pearl is soon doing the unthinkable: having a daring, passionate affair! Also starring Academy Award(R)-winner Anna Paquin (Best Supporting Actress, THE PIANO, 1993; SHE'S ALL THAT) in a powerful motion picture that's been called one of the year's best -- Pearl must ultimately decide between the love of her husband and children ... or the lure of her newfound desires!

source : amazon.

6 commentaires:

  1. Le dessin tel qu'il est me plaît déjà ! Les lignes sont douces et proportionnées, bravo.

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  2. L'expression de l'homme , surtout ,me plait , si tendrement recueillie...:)
    un dessin plein de promesses:)

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  3. Superbe !

    Pierre
    http://pierre-boyer.blogspot.com/

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  4. Merci à vous trois pour vos commentaires, J'ai tenté d'utiliser un quadrillage 3x3 (la photo originale est assez petite : elle fait 263 x 400 px) mais je n'aime pas beaucoup cette technique, je crois que voir les lignes sur la feuille me perturbe... du coup j'en ai viré une partie pour continuer le dessin.
    bises !

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  5. Je suis fan de ce croquis sur un fond bucolique.
    Les proportions, les ombres, l'enchevêtrement des corps, tout fonctionne vraiment à la perfection.
    Moultes Bravo !!!

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  6. Merci beaucoup Guillaume, encore un peu de travail dessus et je l'aurais terminé. Bises.

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