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Year: 1939

Genre: Drama, Romance, War

Country: USA

Stars: Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Thomas Mitchell

Release date: 17 January 1940

Budget: $3,977,000

Runtime: 238 min

Ratings: 8.2

Storyline: Scarlett is a woman who can deal with a nation at war, Atlanta burning, the Union Army carrying off everything from her beloved Tara, the carpetbaggers who arrive after the war. Scarlett is beautiful. She has vitality. But Ashley, the man she has wanted for so long, is going to marry his placid cousin, Melanie. Mammy warns Scarlett to behave herself at the party at Twelve Oaks. There is a new man there that day, the day the Civil War begins. Rhett Butler. Scarlett does not know he is in the room when she pleads with Ashley to choose her instead of Melanie.

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  • Jerry says:

    Gone with the Wind is and will probably always be my favorite movie. And, of course, it is not hard to see why. For
    romantic, the story is a true testament of love. Scarlett O’Hara is probably one of the best characters of modern literature. Portrays the desires that we all have, and his ruthless behavior shows how she is going to get what he wants. Of loveless marriage to marriage without love, poverty, hunger and jealousy, Scarlett combat the effects of civil war on his life.
    This is one of the first movies made in color and, for the moment, some scenes are absolutely breathtaking. You can see the scene where Scarlett is based in Atlanta and extended as far as the eye can see hundreds injured.
    recommend this film. This is a classic, it’s romantic, it’s a broken heart, and that’s the truth. Gone with the Wind is a story that can tell us about any emotional level. The film shows a world where nothing is one-way, and what we have taken for the truth can not be true.

  • Candice says:

    This film was therefore expected that, when people began to read the book by Margaret Mitchell, asked for a film. The story of Selznick put this together is a legend. Unfortunately, the film is hampered his career after, when Selznick asked for advice after this film, he always responded by saying. “When we were GWTW ..”, so do not listen to the ideas of others as their own
    Clark Gable is undoubtedly a great actor, and perfect as Rhett Butler would thrill to put someone else in the role. The same can be said for almost everyone in the film. It ‘s just amazing how three directors and crews worked to put this thing together.
    At that time, people thought that was supposed to be two movies. I would say it could have been. I would like to conclude the first kiss with Scarlett Rhett the bridge after their flight from Atlanta, en route to reach the Confederate Army. In this way, the second film part 1 with opposite open Tara shipwrecked and 12 Oaks. The second part is even longer than the first, but all stand on their own.
    I used to kid people that there is an actor in common between this film and the Wizard of Oz, Victor Fleming borrowed the “horse of a different color” of the Emerald City to help Rhett and Scarlett loss to Atlanta. Regardless, it is not surprising that Fleming got the credit for the two films, but had a lot of help on each of them.
    What is true is that 1939 is the year of the greatest films ever under the old studio system in Hollywood. I do not know if the war in waiting had nothing to do with it, but Gone with the Wind was the head of a part of the greatest work in the history of cinema, in later years the history of cinema.
    Paulette Goddard, Charlie Chaplin’s second wife, who was considered the dolphin to play Scarlett, busy working on The Cat & The Canary and women with George Cukor year. I think it could bring Scarlett, but given other work he was doing and then in 1940 with The Breakers The Dictator ghosts and might be for the best that she missed this film. In addition, Vivian Leigh Scarlett is one for the ages.
    This movie is one for the ages, and I am grateful for the restoration of the film on the latest versions of DVD. This movie will always be important, because in reality, is the first sound / Technicolor blockbuster movie of all time.

  • Georgia says:

    It ‘s really an epic that is gone with the wind.
    ‘was made in 1939. However, when I saw him today for the first time in 2002, always attracts my attention as a modern film made. It has a few jokes, and also has many exciting moments that touch the heart. It was an era that has long since disappeared, but also the tragic and happiness that we encounter today.
    Vivien Leigh is an excellent actress, fluent performance of his childhood up to his years of marriage is just perfect. It ‘s sad that youth and beauty can not stay forever, I wonder if it might be a bigger star if he had lived today.
    Gone are the good old days, an epic poem that I treasure.

  • Aida says:

    I saw “Gone with the Wind” in its initial television commercial in 1976. Since then, I’ve seen the movie several times by a series of videos of Home Media: VHS, laserdisc and DVD. But once again saw the movie on Blu-ray and a large high-definition widescreen is like seeing completely new. Scan this classic epic film has never been released to the public at home and power details. Painfully romantic score has never sounded better, if listened to in mono or stereo original rebuilt. Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) has never been so beautiful, nor more rakishly Scarlett O’Hara (Vivien Leigh) more attractive and sensual. In short, for those who have not seen “Gone with the Wind” in beautiful widescreen Technicolor (almost all viewers of the film in 70), the recent release of Blu-ray is a revelation to see. Beyond the
    compelling audio-visual experience, “Gone with the Wind” fortunately retains its charm as a central element of American popular culture – a work of art complex and rich enough to not only keep in view but to reveal Moreover, as great literature, the various aspects of its meaning based on personal and cultural variables that the viewer brings to the experience. There was certainly a large number of impressions in my recent observation that I do not remember exactly the same way 30, 20, or even 10 years ago.
    on the one hand, the characters and relationships of a touched me in a very different way than in the past. Scarlett multiple marriages and affairs? even in the long love / hate relationship with Rhett odyssey? seems less interesting now that the strength of character that allows the physical survival and success as a businesswoman. In many ways, Scarlett is clearly not a pre-and post-bellum Southern belle, but a woman in 1930, emerging from a patriarchal culture and acquire a social role and status equivalent to that of a male.
    Like other ’30s movies that concern the redefinition of female roles, acquiring male power Scarlett met with indifference and hostility. Even Rhett, which is usually confused and attracted to Scarlett unbridled power “selfish” power, look at the end to “tame” and dominated by the marriage of Scarlett. Once, he tried to convince her to give up the mill and become a mother more devoted to Bonnie Blue. On another, he compares the “heartless” Scarlett Belle Watling unfavorable, another entrepreneur stubborn, but the old profession is much less threatening. Ultimately, Rhett seeks to assert his masculine power by an act of sexual violence of which is now the subject of allegations of rape home. Surprisingly, given the era in which the film was made, nothing works for long. Scarlett is indomitable and irrepressible. Unlike other heroines ’30, Scarlett never be reduced to a subordinate role. In the end, Tara and screen are precisely and only.
    Another thing that struck me during my last viewing of “Gone with the Wind” is as its creators (especially David O. Selznick) tried to temper the racist history. Of course, they failed in terms of today, but when the film is compared to “Birth of a Nation,” the epic original secession of the south and destruction, you can clearly see his progressive ideas. First, the glorification of rebellion is temperate South outset by dissenting voices such dissimilar characters other than Rhett and Ashley, both of which provide that the South has written his ticket of destruction with the conclusion of a war that can not win and because historically dubious. Specifically, the two male leads with suspicion slavery. Rhett is never a “gentleman.” Slave And Ashley, who is the descendant of slave owners, reveals plans to release the slaves Wilkes death of his father. In addition, the slaves of the plantation Tara, while always stereotyped treated are much more prominent and rounded as characters than any previous American film primarily for white audiences. This is especially true for the midwife, as a Mother, of course, but not only.
    obvious differences between the Mitchell / Selznick version history of civil war and DW Griffith can be seen more clearly in the reconstruction period after the war. In “Gone with the Wind” really ugly stereotypes blacks have the right away, focusing on the negative, instead of white Carpetbaggers center. The threats to femininity South Scarlett does not come from rebel blacks, but before a white deserter North and then in white slums Scalawags, a place that Scarlett fearlessly, so stupidly, through society. From this latest threat, is apparently not saved by white knights, but his former slave, Sam, that would be Rapists and pushes readers Scarlett safely at home. To what extent this is to cry “Birth of a Nation,” in which Little Sister throws a cliff rather than be raped by a former slave who had driven out the danger in the woods.
    Above all, “Gone with the Wind” deliberately avoids any mention of the Ku Klux Klan, the heroes terminal embarrassing “Birth of a Nation.” The scene comes only allusion Klan occurs due to attempted assault when Ashley Scarlett, Dr. Meade and her husband, Mr. Kennedy secretly for “clean” Scalawags. Yet even then, their goals are not clothes mainly blacks or gift vindictive. The public is not allowed to attend the attack? Ashley injuries that
    If the Americans in the 21st century can still respond to “Gone with the Wind” – and clearly. can – not only for his great graphic symbols and action epic, but because in terms of gender and race, this classic 1939 Hollywood pic to this contemporary “tomorrow” as much as, if not more, he deplores the tragic past American imperfect.

  • Merle says:

    First, the most surprising thing about this film is that it was created 67 years ago, and since then, nothing (despite the “method of the modern game” – not quite sure what that comment – and various technical effects available ) beat. officially. remains constant in the polls ‘greatest films’ mind at the international level, and it is easy to see why.
    GWTW exceptional performance. This eternal success of this film is essentially about the game, because the breathtaking waterfalls and special effects modern it was impossible at the time – the scene visually more impressive is the burning of Atlanta, which is much simpler than today’s standards. Vivien Leigh as Scarlett is perfect for capturing every emotion and aspect of the personality of his character (by the way, it’s nice to see a strong heroine who has personality flaws evident and only uses a gun once!), And how it develops the character of Scarlett is a strong signal of an actress really beautiful. support the role of Clark Gable as Rhett
    is still disturbing, and I could envy as Scarlett took upstairs and jealously imagine what had made her so happy in the morning! Mammy Hattie McDaniel was impeccable, and Best Supporting Actress Oscar was fully deserved. It is the only character in the movie to make me laugh and cry at the same time, and it is wonderful to see. other
    brilliantly argued, and even though I knew there was a lot of complaints about parties (also Clark Gable), the smaller characters were played to the accuracy, sign, in my opinion, the tragedy that focuses on modern cinema that can do tricks more skilled, and the characters have already been forgotten.
    There are few things I can think of to say about GWTW. reasons are critical and commercial success that he is writing, directing, and acting, that all come with perfect. It is not because I doubt is the greatest film ever made.