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Año: 1945

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Don Birnam (Ray Milland) es un escritor fracasado a causa de su adicción al alcohol, adicción que lo ha destruido física y moralmente y lo ha convertido en un hombre desprovisto de voluntad.

Géneros: drama

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Temas asociados

tema

grado de relevancia

Alcoholismo

Centros psiquiátricos

Literatura

Equipo

papel

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Director

Billy Wilder

Guionista

Charles Brackett

Guionista

Billy Wilder

Productor

Charles Brackett

Protagonistas

nombre

carácter

Ray Milland

Don Birnam

Jane Wyman

Helen St. James

Phillip Terry

Wick Birnam

Howard Da Silva

Nat

Doris Dowling

Gloria

Frank Faylen

'Bim' Nolan

Mary Young

Mrs. Deveridge

Anita Sharp-Bolster

Mrs. Foley (as Anita Bolster)

Lillian Fontaine

Mrs. Charles St. James (as Lilian Fontaine)

Frank Orth

Opera Cloak Room Attendant

Lewis L. Russell

Charles St. James

Douglas Spencer

Hospital patient who sees imaginary "beetles"

Bess Flowers

Woman in lobby of Hotel Manhattan

Andy Andrews

Alcoholic (uncredited)

Walter Baldwin

Man from Albany (uncredited)

Harry Barris

Pianist at Harry & Joe's (uncredited)

Jess Lee Brooks

(uncredited)

Jack Rube Clifford

Guard (uncredited)

David Clyde

Dave (uncredited)

James Conaty

Man in Nightclub Washroom (uncredited)

Willa Pearl Curtis

Mrs. Wertheim's Assistant (uncredited)

John Deauville

Cloakroom Attendant (uncredited)

Helen Dickson

Mrs. Frink (uncredited)

Franklyn Farnum

Concert Attendee (uncredited)

Byron Foulger

Shopkeeper (uncredited)

Jayne Hazard

M. (uncredited)

Ted Hecht

Man with Bandaged Ear (uncredited)

Ernest Hilliard

Headwaiter (uncredited)

Earle Hyman

Smoking Man (uncredited)

Jerry James

Male Nurse (uncredited)

Jack W. Johnston

Nightclub Guest (uncredited)

Karl 'Karchy' Kosiczky

Baby (uncredited)

Eddie Laughton

Mr. Brophy (uncredited)

Perc Launders

Doorman (uncredited)

Audrey Long

Cloak Room Attendant (uncredited)

Bertram Marburgh

Jewish Man (uncredited)

William Meader

Hardware Man (uncredited)

James Millican

Nurse (uncredited)

Frank Mills

Drunk in Alcoholic Ward (uncredited)

Pat Moriarity

Irishman (uncredited)

William Newell

Liquor Store Proprietor (uncredited)

William O'Leary

Irishman (uncredited)

Peter Potter

Shaky and Sweaty Man (uncredited)

Stanley Price

Fruit Clerk (uncredited)

Craig Reynolds

George (uncredited)

Lester Sharpe

Jewish Man (uncredited)

Lee Shumway

Guard (uncredited)

Al Stewart

Mattress Man (uncredited)

Amzie Strickland

Woman in Bar (uncredited)

Harry Tenbrook

Drunk in Alcoholic Ward (uncredited)

Fred 'Snowflake' Toones

Washroom Attendant at Harry & Joe's (uncredited)

Emmett Vogan

Doctor (uncredited)

Max Wagner

Mike (uncredited)

Milton Wallace

Pawnbroker with Helen's Coat (uncredited)

Gisela Werbisek

Mrs. Wertheim (uncredited)

Crane Whitley

Waiter at Harry & Joe's Bar (uncredited)

Ernest Whitman

Black Man Talking to Himself (uncredited)

Harry Wilson

Drunk (uncredited)

Isabel Withers

Woman Before Pawn Shop (uncredited)

Ted Hecht

Man with Bandaged Ear (uncredited)

Stan Johnson

Nurse (uncredited)

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  1. Cybbolo5214 abril 2016, 12:46:20

    A mio parere uno dei più bei films di Billy Wilder.
    Il finale edificante non sapremo mai se si è realizzato, anche se ho i miei personali dubbi, ma la discesa verso l'abisso, fomentata da un alcolismo cronico devastante, è davvero impressionante, descritta in crescendo di tic, manie, perdita di dignità e perdita di raziocinio.
    Alcune sequenze sono indimenticabili: le visioni, davvero crude per l'epoca, dell'alcolizzato in crisi (il topolino mangiato dal pipistrello dentro una crepa nel muro, impressionante davvero), la famosa bottiglia nascosta con un cordino fuori della finestra, il ghigno del barista scettico.
    Ray Milland, da vanaglorioso fatuo di altre pellicole, fa le prove con successo per la candidatura a "Il delitto perfetto" con un suo fare viscido, finto, untuoso, seppure qui sofferente, ma debole.
    Il film, quasi tutto girato in una stanza o davanti al bancone di un bar, è affascinante circa la descrizione di un vizio con così chirurgica precisione e merita di essere visto anche più volte per carpirne dettagli minimi che lo impreziosiscono assai.

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