Blue Velvet ein Film von David Lynch mit Isabella Rossellini, Kyle MacLachlan. Inhaltsangabe: Der junge Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) findet auf einer. Blue Velvet: Thriller/Erotik-Thriller von Richard Roth mit Isabella Rossellini/Laura Dern/Dennis Hopper. Jetzt im Kino. Blue Velvet (dt.: „Blauer Samt“; Alternativtitel: Blue Velvet – Verbotene Blicke) ist ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führte David Lynch.
Blue VelvetKultfilm "Blue Velvet" Kitschpostkarten aus der Hölle. riss David Lynch das Kinopublikum in einen Strudel aus Sex, Gewalt, surrealem. Blue Velvet ein Film von David Lynch mit Isabella Rossellini, Kyle MacLachlan. Inhaltsangabe: Der junge Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) findet auf einer. 8 Userkritiken zum Film Blue Velvet von David Lynch mit Isabella Rossellini, Kyle MacLachlan, Dennis Hopper - rencontresdensemblesdevioloncelles.com
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. College student Jeffrey Beaumont Kyle MacLachlan returns home after his father has a stroke.
When he discovers a severed ear in an abandoned field, Beaumont teams up with detective's daughter Sandy Williams Laura Dern to solve the mystery.
They believe beautiful lounge singer Dorothy Vallens Isabella Rossellini may be connected with the case, and Beaumont finds himself becoming drawn into her dark, twisted world, where he encounters sexually depraved psychopath Frank Booth Dennis Hopper.
David Lynch. Fred C. Sep 3, De Laurentiis. Kyle MacLachlan Jeffrey Beaumont. Isabella Rossellini Dorothy Valens.
Dennis Hopper Frank Booth. Laura Dern Sandy Williams. Hope Lange Mrs. Dean Stockwell Ben. Priscilla Pointer Mrs.
Frances Bay Aunt Barbara. David Lynch Director. David Lynch Writer. Angelo Badalamenti Original Music. Frederick Elmes Cinematographer.
Duwayne Dunham Film Editor. Pam Williams Dean Stockwell - Ben George Dickerson - Detective John Williams Priscilla Pointer - Sra. Tom Beaumont Ken Stovitz - Mike Brad Dourif - Raymond Jack Nance - Paul J.
Archivado desde el original el 16 de julio de Box Office Mojo. Lynch on Lynch. Editado por Chris Rodley.
They Shoot Pictures, Don't They. The Guardian. Trivia Included among the " Movies You Must See Before You Die", edited by Steven Schneider.
Goofs After Frank and Ben received their glasses there's some froth topping Frank's beer, but not Ben's. However, in the close-up of Ben there's clearly a thin layer of froth.
Back to both in frame, and again Ben's beer has no froth. Quotes [ first lines ] Radio announcer : It's a sunny, woodsy day in Lumberton, so get those chainsaws out.
This is the mighty W. At the sound of the falling tree, it's There's a whole lotta wood waitin' out there, so let's get goin'.
Nurse Cindy : Mr. Your son Jeffrey's here to see you. Alternate Versions A German version omits the entire scene where Frank first rapes Dorothy that Jeffrey witnesses from inside her closet, and it is only implied that he raped her.
Soundtracks Gone Ridin' Music Excerpts Performed by Chris Isaak Courtesy of Transtone Productions, Inc.
Publisher: Isaak Music Co. User Reviews One of Lynch's most accessible and optimistic films 18 May by bob the moo — See all my reviews.
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Q: Is there a significance to the ear and the bugs? Q: Why was Jeffrey crying? Edit Details Official Sites: MGM Official Facebook.
Country: USA. Language: English. Runtime: min. Sound Mix: Dolby Stereo. Color: Color. Edit page. Clear your history. Dorothy Vallens.
Jeffrey Beaumont. Jeffrey and Sandy attend Dorothy's nightclub act, in which she sings " Blue Velvet ", and leave early so Jeffrey can case her apartment.
When Dorothy returns home, she finds him hiding in a closet and fellates him after forcing him to undress at knifepoint. Jeffrey retreats to the closet when their encounter is interrupted by the arrival of Frank Booth , who beats Dorothy and subjects her to fisting , dry humping , humiliation and sexual roleplay.
After learning that Frank has abducted Dorothy's husband and child to force her into sex slavery , Jeffrey suspects Frank cut off her husband's ear to warn her to stay alive for her family's sake.
Jeffrey relays the experience to Sandy—without revealing his sexual encounter with Dorothy—who urges him to tell her father what he knows about the case.
Jeffrey refuses since he does not want to land Sandy or himself in trouble; he also fears what Frank, a gangster and raging psychopath , might do.
While he keeps seeing Sandy, Jeffrey also starts a sadomasochistic sexual relationship in which Dorothy encourages him to beat her.
Jeffrey sees Frank attending Dorothy's show and later observes him drug dealing and meeting with the Yellow Man.
When Frank catches Jeffrey leaving Dorothy's apartment, he abducts them and brings them to the lair of Ben, a criminal associate who is holding Dorothy's husband and son hostage.
Frank permits Dorothy to see her family and forces Jeffrey to watch Ben perform an impromptu lip-sync of Roy Orbison 's " In Dreams ", which causes Frank to suffer a breakdown.
Afterwards he takes Jeffrey to a field, where he violently kisses him before beating him unconscious. Jeffrey awakes the next morning bruised and bloodied.
Jeffrey visits the police station and realizes that Sandy's father's partner is the Yellow Man, who has been murdering Frank's rival drug dealers and stealing confiscated narcotics from the evidence room for Frank to sell.
After Jeffrey and Sandy attend a party, they are pursued by a car which they assume belongs to Frank. As they arrive at Jeffrey's home, Sandy realizes the car belongs to her boyfriend Mike.
After Mike threatens to beat Jeffrey for stealing his girlfriend, Dorothy appears on Jeffrey's porch naked, beaten and confused.
Mike backs down as Jeffrey and Sandy whisk Dorothy to Sandy's house to summon medical attention. When Dorothy calls Jeffrey "my secret lover", Sandy is distraught and slaps him for deceiving her.
Jeffrey asks Sandy to tell her father everything and returns alone to Dorothy's apartment, where he discovers her husband dead and the Yellow Man mortally wounded.
Remembering that Frank has a police radio in his car, Jeffrey uses the Yellow Man's walkie-talkie to lie about his precise location in the apartment and hides in a closet.
When Frank arrives, Jeffrey ambushes and shoots him dead with the Yellow Man's gun. Sandy's father leads a police raid on Frank's headquarters, killing his men and crippling his criminal empire.
Jeffrey and Sandy continue their relationship and Dorothy is reunited with her son. The film's story originated from three ideas that crystallized in the filmmaker's mind over a period of time starting as early as The first idea was only "a feeling" and the title Blue Velvet , Lynch told Cineaste in The second idea was an image of a severed, human ear lying in a field.
Except it needed to be an opening of a part of the body, a hole into something else The ear sits on the head and goes right into the mind so it felt perfect," Lynch remarked in a interview to The New York Times.
The third idea was Bobby Vinton 's classic rendition of the song " Blue Velvet " and "the mood that came with that song a mood, a time, and things that were of that time.
The scene in which Dorothy appears naked outside was inspired by a real-life experience Lynch had during childhood when he and his brother saw a naked woman walking down a neighborhood street at night.
The experience was so traumatic to the young Lynch that it made him cry, and he had never forgotten it. Lynch eventually spent two years writing two drafts, [ when?
The problem with them, Lynch has said, was that "there was maybe all the unpleasantness in the film but nothing else. A lot was not there. And so it went away for a while.
After completing The Elephant Man , Lynch met producer Richard Roth over coffee. Roth had read and enjoyed Lynch's Ronnie Rocket script, but did not think it was something he wanted to produce.
He asked Lynch if the filmmaker had any other scripts, but the director only had ideas. Roth loved the idea and asked me to write a treatment.
I went home and thought of the ear in the field. So it was just a euphoria. And when you work with that kind of feeling, you can take chances. You can experiment.
For the role of Dorothy Vallens, Lynch met Isabella Rossellini at a restaurant, and she accepted the role. After completion of the film, during test screenings, ICM Partners —the agency representing Rossellini—immediately dropped her as a client.
Furthermore, the nuns at the school in Rome that Rossellini attended in her youth called to say they were praying for her.
Kyle MacLachlan had played the central role in Lynch's critical and commercial failure Dune , a science fiction epic based on the novel of the same name.
MacLachlan later became a recurring collaborator with Lynch, who remarked: "Kyle plays innocents who are interested in the mysteries of life.
He's the person you trust enough to go into a strange world with. Dennis Hopper was the biggest "name" in the film, having starred in Easy Rider Hopper—said to be Lynch's third choice Michael Ironside has stated that Frank was written with him in mind  —accepted the role, reportedly having exclaimed, "I've got to play Frank!
I am Frank! Laura Dern, then just 19 years old, was cast after various successful actresses at the time turned it down, including Molly Ringwald. Principal photography of Blue Velvet began in August and completed in November.
The scene with a raped and battered Dorothy proved to be particularly challenging. Several townspeople arrived to watch the filming with picnic baskets and rugs, against the wishes of Rossellini and Lynch.
However, they continued filming as normal, and when Lynch yelled cut, the townspeople had left. As a result, police told Lynch they were no longer permitted to shoot in any public areas of Wilmington.
Lynch's original rough cut ran for approximately four hours. For example, when Frank slaps Dorothy after the first rape scene, the audience was supposed to see Frank actually hitting her.
Instead, the film cuts away to Jeffrey in the closet, wincing at what he has just seen. This cut was made to satisfy the MPAA's concerns about violence.
Lynch thought that the change only made the scene more disturbing. In , Lynch announced that footage from the deleted scenes , long thought lost, had been discovered.
The material was subsequently included on the Blu-ray Disc release of the film. Because the material was completely different from anything that would be considered mainstream at the time, De Laurentiis had to start his own company to distribute it.
Despite Blue Velvet ' s initial appearance as a mystery, the film operates on a number of thematic levels. The film owes a large debt to s film noir , containing and exploring such conventions as the femme fatale Dorothy Vallens , a seemingly unstoppable villain Frank Booth , and the questionable moral outlook of the hero Jeffrey Beaumont , as well as its unusual use of shadowy, sometimes dark cinematography.
Perhaps the most significant Lynchian trademark in the film is the depiction of unearthing a dark underbelly in a seemingly idealized small town;  Jeffrey even proclaims in the film that he is "seeing something that was always hidden", alluding to the plot's central idea.
Lynch's characterization of films, symbols, and motifs have become well known, and his particular style, characterised largely in Blue Velvet for the first time, has been written about extensively using descriptions like "dreamlike",  "ultraweird",  "dark",  and "oddball".
The film has been compared to Alfred Hitchcock 's Psycho because of its stark treatment of psychotic evil. The film's thematic framework hearkens back to Poe , James , and early gothic fiction , as well as films such as Shadow of a Doubt and The Night of the Hunter and the entire notion of film noir.
Feminist psychoanalytic film theorist Laura Mulvey argues that Blue Velvet establishes a metaphorical Oedipal family—"the child", Jeffrey Beaumont, and his "parents", Frank Booth and Dorothy Vallens—through deliberate references to film noir and its underlying Oedipal theme.
For instance, Frank's violent acts can be seen to reflect the different types of abuse within families, and the control he has over Dorothy might represent the hold an abusive husband has over his wife.
Symbolism is used heavily in Blue Velvet. This is generally recognized as a metaphor for the seedy underworld that Jeffrey will soon discover under the surface of his own suburban, Reaganesque paradise.
The bug motif is recurrent throughout the film, most notably in the bug-like gas mask that Frank wears, but also the excuse that Jeffrey uses to gain access to Dorothy's apartment: he claims to be an insect exterminator.
The severed ear that Jeffrey discovers is also a key symbolic element,  leading Jeffrey into danger.A quiet walk home changes his perceptions forever when he discovers a human ear in the long grass. Instead, the Hot Oder Schrott Whirlpool cuts away to Jeffrey in the closet, wincing at what he has just seen. And so it went away for a while. Michelle Depland Plot Keywords.