Henry King – The Sun Also Rises (1957)

ArtsEmerson writes:
Hemingway’s crestfallen tale of American expatriates in Europe is faithfully refashioned for the screen in Henry King’s 1957 drama. The Lost Generation’s carousing lifestyles and misguided behavior are depicted much like in the original text, with performances rich in contradiction and nostalgic sentimentality. Leo Tover’s Cinemascope cinematography, elegantly reserved and yet aptly illustrative, imbues a lively atmosphere into the film’s famous Pamplona bullfighting scene, and the screenplay retains much of the distinct syntax and rhythm of Hemingway’s printed dialogue.

2.19GB | 2 h 10 min | 855×364 | mkv

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Language(s):English+commentary
Subtitles:English, Spanish

One comment

  1. Thanks a lot for this one, in particular for the audio commentary (by film historians Patricia King Hanson and Frank Thompson).

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