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FILM INDECENT PROPOSAL Stewart has to take over the action, and he tries to get into the bed of the ambassador.Subsequent episodes in the lobby, where he tries to download the film Indecent Proposal and explain to the police, who then sends it to the authorities, there is no words. This decision reinforces the pantomimic suspense and colors the whole situation humorous, more subtle than in the British film. And humor does not ruin the overall mood of the episode, and emphasizes its drama. Correctly.But apart from these minor differences, the scene in AlbertHolle in both versions is the same, is not it? And the same music ... But the second orchestration, belonging to Bernard Herrmann, surpasses the first. And then, there is no longer than the scene in the second film? After all, there only one part of the music, without dialogue, is a 300-meter roll.From a single static plan. The original version was shot many frames from the motion. There has been added a few panoramas - when the camera moved from face-to-face killer character, and from there to the face of the diplomat. And composition, and zealous attention to the detailed design of a remake far exceeds the original version. Let's say:The first version - this is the work of talented amateur, and the second is done by a professional. The success of "The Man Who Knew Too Much", apparently, opened in front of you the choice of projects to production.And you stopped it to "The 39 Steps" - story of a young Canadian who travels from London to Scotland in the wake of the spy ring whose members stabbed a woman with a knife in his room. He himself falls under suspicion police. Spies are after him, every step of placing the trap.More than once he is on the verge of death, but in the end everything ends happily. The script was written based on the novel by John Bachan. You are mine, I love this writer.Frankly, Bachan had a strong influence on me, long before I started filming for "The 39 Steps", and traces of this influence is certainly evident in "The Man Who Knew Too Much." He wrote a wonderful novel, inspired by the extraordinary personality of Lawrence of Arabia.Korda bought the rights to the film adaptation, but never put it on film. I initially also appealed directly to him, but think about it, I decided to start with "The 39 Steps" just because he was short. Apparently, the reason is the same as I mentioned in connection with Dostoevsky - I mean my respect for literary masterpieces.I am impressed with Bachan innuendo about the highly charged dramatic ideas. "The Trouble with Harry" features the same innuendo. In etomto point. Innuendo, reticence - is the quality I appreciate the arts. We worked on the script with Charles Bennett.The method, which I held, was whether to detail everything you can, except dialogue.
WATCH THE FILM INDECENT PROPOSAL IN EXCELLENT QUALITY ONLINE My next film seemed to me as a complete chain of episodes, each of which was chemto like a movie in the movie. Despite all my admiration for John Bachanom, the movie added koechto, which was not in the book.For example, the scene in which Robert Donat spends the night with a farmer and his wife.