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Sin City (film)
                                     

★ Sin City (film)

Sin city in 2005 American crime film anthology written, produced, directed Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. It is based on Millers graphic novel of the same name.

Most of the film based on the first, third, and fourth books in Millers original comic book series. Thank is about a man who embarks on a brutal in his time lovers killer, killing anyone, even the police, that gets in his way to find and kill the murderer. The big fat kill focuses on the Everyman caught in a street war between a group of prostitutes and a group of mercenaries, the police and the mafia. That yellow bastard follows an aging police officer who protects a young woman from a grotesquely disfigured serial killer. The Intro and outro of the film based on the short story "the customer is always right", which is collected in booze, broads & bullets, the sixth book in the comic series.

The film stars an ensemble cast headed by Jessica Alba, Benicio del Toro, Brittany Murphy, Clive Owen, Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis and Elijah wood. With the participation of Alexis Bledel, Michael Clarke Duncan, Rosario Dawson, Carla Gugino, Rutger Hauer, Jaime king, Michael Madsen, Nick Stahl and Mackenzie VEGA and others.

Sin city opened to wide critical and commercial success, gathering particular recognition for the unique films in color, which rendered most of the film in black and white when you save or add a color for the selected objects. The film was shown at the Cannes film festival 2005 in competition and won the technical Grand prize for the film "visual processing".

                                     

1.1. The plot. The Customer Is Always Right. (Клиент Всегда Прав)

The penthouse on the roof of a skyscraper overlooking the city, pool, the party continues. Woman Marley Shelton wearing a red evening dress, only on the balcony. Man, Josh Hartnett, said goes after her and offers her a cigarette. They exchange only a few words, he tells her that he sees in her eyes a "crazy calm," someone who is tired of running, but do not want alone with its problems. He tells her that he will save her and take her away. They kiss, then he shoots her. She dies in his arms. He says he doesnt know who she was running from, but will "cash her check in the morning."

In the DVD commentary, explains Frank Miller, the victim in this story of the client, the name actually commit suicide. The unnamed woman from the bandit, and when she tried to break up with him, he said he would kill her the worst way. Then she used her connections to hire a Hitman known as the seller to provide her with quick death.

                                     

1.2. The plot. Yellow Bastard Part 1. (Желтый Ублюдок Часть 1)

On the docks of sin City, aging police officer John Hartigan Bruce Willis tries to stop a serial killer Roark Junior Nick Stahl in the rape and murder of 11-year-old Nancy Callahan Mackenzie VEGA. The youngest son of the powerful Senator Roark powers Boothe, who paid off many police to cover up his sons crimes, including Hartigans partner Bob Michael Madsen. Bob tries to convince Hartigan to walk away, and seems to succeed, but Hartigan sucker-punches him, knocking him out cold. Hartigan then makes his way into a warehouse, knocking unconscious two local criminals. Junior fright Nancy and two armed henchmen, making sure that the younger and Nancy to "get along" before leaving them alone. Hartigan shoots and kills henchmen, but Junior shoots him in the shoulder, grabbed Nancy, and ran to the docks. Hartigan will catch up with the younger and blew his arm off, forcing him to drop Nancy. He then continues to shoot hand juniors and genitals, before being shot in the back several times by Bob, who has recovered. Bob tells Hartigan to stay down, but Hartigan knows he must buy time for backup to arrive, as Bob will kill Nancy If only so he tries to pull his reserve gun, causing Bob to shoot him even more. As the sirens approach, Hartigan falls into unconsciousness knowing that Nancy is safe, justifying himself with the words "an old man dies, the girl lives, fair trade."

                                     

1.3. The plot. Thank. (Спасибо)

After a night of lovemaking, Marv Mickey Rourke wakes up to find Goldie Jaime king killed. The police arrive and he runs the bases, vowing to avenge the death of gold. He turns to Lucille Carla Gugino, his parole officer, who patches up his wounds and unsuccessfully warns him to give up this mission. Marv heads Kadies bar in search of information where he interrogates and kills two assassins sent after him. Marv then shakes various informants, working his way up to a corrupt priest by Frank Miller, which shows that a member of the Roark family was behind the murder of Golden. Marv kills the priest, then attacked and shot a woman with a strong resemblance to Goldie. Marv, recognizing that he was not taking medication for his "condition" for a long time, considers her a hallucination.

Marvin arrives at the family farm, Roke, where he is depressed silent Stalker who killed Goldie without waking him. He wakes up in the basement, with the heads of the Stalkers past victims and Lucille, who was captured and lost his hand, when she decided to look at the history of Marvs. She reveals to Marv that the killer is a cannibal. He manages to escape, and learns that the killers name is Kevin Elijah wood, but Lucille surrenders to the corrupt police, who was shot and killed. Marv kills them all, to hear from their leader that cardinal Patrick Henry Roark Rutger Hauer organized the murder gold.

Marv goes to Old town, sin the Red light district looking for confirmation of the identity of the killer. It is captured and allows the Golden double of her twin sister Wendy to beat him to convince her that he didnt kill Goldie. Sure, she and Marv to arm themselves and go back to the farm. Marv kills Kevin cruel, then taking the head to cardinal Roark, who confesses: Kevin has begun killing and eating prostitutes to swallow their souls, and the cardinal joined in when Goldie began investigating, she was murdered. Marv kills the cardinal but is shot by his guards.

With great difficulty the police force Marv to confess to the murder not only Roark and Kevin, but their victims as well. He was sentenced to death and later was visited by Wendy, who thanks him to avenge his sister and spends the night with him, tell him he can call her Goldie. They sleep together in his cell. Marv made on the next day, the two electrocutions in the chair.



                                     

1.4. The plot. The Big Fat Kill. (Большой Толстый Убить)

Shellie Brittany Murphy, the bartender from Kadies, pursued by her abusive ex-boyfriend Jackie Benicio del Toro. Her current boyfriend Dwight Clive Owen is tired of his brutish rival, and shoves Jackie boys head in a urine-filled toilet bowl, warning him to leave Shellie. Jackie escapes with his friends, heading to Old town to cause further problems. Dwight follows them and watches them harass young prostitute Becky Alexis Bledel. See also Gail, Rosario Dawson, one of the main prostitutes and Dwights on-and-off lover.

When Jackie threatens Becky with a gun, martial arts expert Miho Devon Aoki rushes down, critically injuring Jackie. As is evident, Jackie not die quickly, Dwight asks Miho to finish him. She almost severs his head, making "baby him". As the prostitutes collect the dead peoples money, they realize that Jackie is in fact, a respected police officer LT Jack Rafferty, his death spells a certain end to the truce between the police and the prostitutes, and war against old town will be inevitable.

And the injury comes back home Becky, Dwight agrees to take the corpses to the local tar pit. Along the way, he has a hallucinatory conversation with Jackie the corpse of a man, who taunts him as he is chased by a police officer. Says Dwight way out of the situation and arrives at the tar pit, but suddenly die from the bullets of the mercenaries. Meanwhile, head mercenary Manute Michael Clarke Duncan arrives in Old town and kidnaps Gail, explaining that an informant told me that at the present time and the other mercenaries invade the Old town.

Dwight kills several mercenaries but is knocked into the tar by a grenade, it sinks into the tar and nearly drowned, before Miho arrives and saves him. However, other mercenaries fled and took Jackie boys severed head with them. Dwight and Miho pursue the mercenaries and get into a car accident after a violent shootout, which ends with the death of both mercenaries and getting Jackie boys head. Dwight develops a plan and he and Miho go back to the Old town.

As Gails tortured, she learns that Becky was the traitor, informing the mercenaries out of fear and greed. Manute receives a letter from Dwight to through an arrow from Miho, offering Jackie boys head in exchange for Gail. They meet in a back alley, where trade, though the mercenaries plan to kill them. Dwight suddenly activates a grenade he put in Jackie boys head, completely destroying it and any evidence, which could be taken to the police. The other prostitutes of Old town then reveal themselves on the roofs surrounding the alley and gun down the mercenaries. Among shots of the injured Becky escapes while Dwight and Gail kiss passionately.

                                     

1.5. The plot. Yellow Bastard Part 2. (Желтый Ублюдок 2 Часть)

Hartigan, who survived after being shot, recovering in hospital. Senator Roark Boothe, Juniors father, arrives and informs him that Junior is in a coma and all plans for the Roark legacy are now in serious danger. Senator Roark reveals that Hartigan will survive, will be designed for juniors of a crime and serve a prison sentence received. Additionally, if Hartigan tells anyone the truth, informed people will be killed. A grateful Nancy visits and thanks him. She promises to write letters to Hartigan every week while he was in prison and departs.

Hartigan is responsible and goes to prison, knowing that the only way to protect Nancy and his loved ones if he refuses to officially confess to the crimes, preventing any possibility of parole. He receives a weekly letter from Nancy, as promised. After 8 years, however, the letters cease to arrive, and then Hartigan receives a severed finger instead. Realizing that it could be stolen Roarks, Hartigan finally confessed to all charges, knowing this will lead to his release and the possibility to help Nancy. Outside the prison, he reunites with his old partner, Bob, who came to regret his actions. Bob drives Hartigan to the city, telling him that Hartigans wife remarried and has children. Unconsciously pursues a deformed, yellow-skinned man, Hartigan to find Nancy eventually finds her at Kadies bar, where she became a 19-year-old erotic dancer Jessica Alba.

Realizing that the severed finger was a fake and that he was created to lead the Roarks to Nancy, he tries to leave unnoticed but is seen by her, that led her to jump into his arms and kissing him passionately. Knowing that they were done, they quickly flee in the vehicle code. Yellow skin person follows in his own car and shoots at them, but Hartigan shoots back, hitting the yellow-skinned people. When the Hartigan and Nancy to turn back to confirm the kill, the yellow-faced man hiding in the depth of the vehicle code. Arriving at the hotel, Nancy discovers that she is in love with Hartigan and tries to seduce him, undressing to his underwear and go to bed, much to his discomfort. Deformed human, then attacks them again, revealing himself as Junior Roark, although Hartigan now refers to him as the yellow bastard.

Yellow bastard was mutilated years of operation required for the regeneration of missing pieces, leaves Hartigan for dead, having hanged him, and takes Nancy to the Roark farm to finally rape and kill her. Hartigan escapes, however, and tracks the yellow bastard to the farm, where he is flogging and torture Nancy. Hartigan kills the guards and then corners the yellow bastard and fakes a heart attack to get him to let go of Nancy, giving Hartigan the chance to stab him before castrating him with his bare hands and beating him to death.

Hartigan tells Nancy his plans to reveal Senator Roarks corruption in the police and finally bring down organized crime sin City in order to convince her to leave him. After Nancy leaves, Hartigan, knowing that this was impossible, and Roark will never stop hunting them as long as Hartigan lives, and then commits suicide in order to provide once and for all with a security code. He reminds himself "an old man dies, young woman lives, fair trade" before you shoot yourself in the head.

                                     

1.6. The plot. Epilogue. (Эпилог)

The injured Becky departs from a hospital, was talking on his cell phone with his mother. While riding in the Elevator she meets salesman, who offers her a cigarette, implying that he wanted to kill her.

                                     

2.1. Cast. The Customer Is Always Right. (Клиент Всегда Прав)

  • Josh Hartnett as the salesman well-known in the script as "man".
  • Marley Shelton as the customer.
                                     

2.2. Cast. The Big Fat Kill. (Большой Толстый Убить)

  • Brittany Murphy as Shellie.
  • Clive Owen as Dwight McCarthy.
  • Alexis Bledel as Becky.
  • Rosario Dawson as Gail.
  • Clark Middleton as Schutz.
  • Michael Clarke Duncan as Manute.
  • Benicio del Toro in the role of Jack Rafferty.
  • Nicky Katt as Stuka.
  • Devon Aoki as Miho.
  • Patricia Vonne Dallas. (Патрисия Вонне Даллас)
  • Tommy Flanagan as Brian.
                                     

2.3. Cast. That Yellow Bastard. (Тот Желтый Ублюдок)

  • Rick Gomez as Klump.
  • Jude Ciccolella as Liebowitz.
  • Powers Boothe as Senator Roark.
  • Makenzie VEGA as young Nancy Callahan.
  • Michael Madsen as Bob.
  • Bruce Willis as John Hartigan.
  • Nicks house as Shlubb.
  • Jessica Alba as Nancy Callahan.
  • Nick Stahl as Roark Jr.
                                     

3.1. Production. Shooting. (Съемки)

Principal photography began on 29 March 2004. A few scenes were shot before every actor had signed, as a result, several stand-ins were used before the actual actors were digitally added into the film during post-production. Rodriguez, a connoisseur of cinematic technology, has used similar techniques in the past. In Roger Eberts review of the film, he recalled the words of Rodriguezs during the manufacture of the spy Kids 2: Island of lost dreams: "this is the future! You dont wait six hours for a scene to Shine. You want the light here, you got a light and put it here. You want a nuclear submarine, you make one out of thin air and put their characters in it."

The film was noted throughout the manufacturing process to Rodriguezs plan to stay true to the source material, unlike most other comic book adaptations. Rodriguez said that he believes the film "is less an adaptation than a translation". As a result, no writers in the credits, just "based on the graphic novels of Frank Miller". There were a few minor changes, such as dialogue trimming, new colorized objects, removal of nudity, slightly edited violence, and minor deleted scenes. These scenes were later added in the release of the sin City collectors DVD, which also split the books into four separate stories.



                                     

3.2. Production. Music. (Музыка)

The soundtrack was composed by Rodriguez, John Debney, and Graeme Revell. The films 3 main stories were each scored by an individual composer: Revell scored "repay", Debney scored "big fat kill", and Rodriguez scored "that yellow bastard". In addition, Rodriguez scored together with the other two composers on several tracks.

Another notable piece of music used an instrumental version of the song "cells" on the London alternative band the servant. The song was actively participate in movies, advertisements, including promotional trailers and television spots, and to be shown on the DVD movies menu.

"Sensemaya" by Silvestre revueltas is also used in the end sequence of "that yellow bastard". Flukes track "absurd" is also used when Hartigan first enters Kadies.

                                     

3.3. Production. Loans. (Кредиты)

Three Directors received credit for sin City: Miller, Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino, the last for directing drive to the pits scene in which Dwight talks to Jack Rafferty Benicio del Toro. Miller and Rodriguez worked as a team, guiding the rest of the film.

When the Directors Guild of America refused to allow two Directors that were not created by the team that will be charged especially with Miller never directed, Rodriguez first planned to give Miller full credit. Miller will not agree to that. Rodriguez, also refusing to take full responsibility, has decided to resign from the Guild so that the joint credit could remain.

                                     

4.1. Release. Critical reception. (Критический прием)

The film opened on April 1, 2005, to generally positive reviews. Movie review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 77% of critics gave the film a positive review based on 249 reviews with a "certified fresh rating" with an average score of 7.4 / 10. The sites consensus States: "visually stunning and incredibly violent, sin City brings the dark world of Frank Millers graphic novel to vivid life." On Metacritic the film has a score of 74, citing "generally favorable reviews", based on 40 reviews. Spectators interviewed by the Agency CinemaScore gave the film a average score of "B" with " in scale F.

Roger Ebert awarded the film 4 / 4 stars and called it "the visualization of the pulp Noir imagination, uncompromising and extreme. Yes, and brilliant." Online critical reaction was particularly strong: James Berardinelli placed the film in his list of "ten best" films of 2005. Chauncey Mabe of the Sun-sentinel wrote: "really, there will be no reason for anyone to make a comic movie ever again. Miller and Rodriguez have put the form, as far as it can go."

A few comments focused mainly on the movies more graphic content, criticizing it for lacking "humanity" in General, the dominant theme of violence against women, as a rule, operation, or sensual nature. William Arnold of the Seattle post-informant described it as a celebration of "helpless people being tortured.I kept thinking about the young American guards at the Abu Ghraib prison. This is the mentality Rodriguez celebrates here. Sin city is their movie."

New York times film critic Manola Dargis of the said that Directors "commitment to absolute unreality and the absence of the human factor" made it "hard to be drawn into the story on any level other than the visceral". Credit is given for Rodriguezs "scrupulous care and obvious love for its genre influences" but Dargis notes "its a shame, the film is kind of a bore" where the private experience of reading a graphic novel does not translate, stating that "the problem is, its his personal experience, not ours".

In a more lighthearted piece focusing on the progression of movies and the origins of sin City, fellow times critic A. O. Scott, identifying who framed Roger rabbit as its chief cinematic predecessor, argued that "something is missing – something human. Dont let that fool you movies: Roger Rabbit was guilty," due to the increased use of digital technology to replace the human elements. He applauds the fact Rodriguez "has rendered a gorgeous world of silvery shadows that updates the expressionist cinematography of postwar Noir" but complains that some elements of "old film Noirs has been digitally split", but instead in the movie that "offers sensation without feeling, death without grief, sin without guilt and, ultimately, novelty without surprise".

Sin city is described as a neo-Noir film by Some authors.



                                     

4.2. Release. The checkout. (Кассе)

"Sin city" brought together for the first weekend of 29.1 million dollars, defeating fellow opener beauty shop by more than twice its opening take. The film saw a sharp decline in its second weekend, dropping over 50%. In the end, the film ended its North American run with a gross of 74.1 million to $ 40 million negative cost. Abroad, the film has collected 84.6 million$, around the world, from theater receipts of $ 158.7 million.

                                     

4.3. Release. Awards. (Награды)

Mickey Rourke won the award "Saturn", Online film critics award Society Chicago film critics Association award and an Irish film & television award for his performance. The film was in competition for the "Palme dor" Dor at the Cannes film festival 2005, and Rodriguez won the technical Grand prize for the films visual processing. Graham Revells work in film was awarded Best music film award at the BMI film and television awards.

Sin city was nominated at the 2006 MTV movie awards in three categories: Best movie, Best kiss for Clive Owen and Rosario Dawson, and beautiful performance Jessica Alba, won the last. The film also received three nominations at the 2005 teen choice awards: Choice movie: action Choice movie: Action actress Jessica Alba and choice movie: villain Elijah wood.

                                     

5. Continued. (Продолжение)

The sequel sin City: a Dame to kill For, was released on 22 August 2014. The production of the sequel began in October 2012 with Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller directed a screenplay by them and William Monahan. The film was based mainly on the Dame to kill for, the second book in the series sin City Miller, and also included the short story "just another Saturday night" from booze, broads, & bullets collection, as well as two original stories written by Miller for the film, called "rough night" and "code of the last dance." Actors Bruce Willis, Mickey Rourke, Rosario Dawson and Jessica Alba played their roles in the sequel, among others. Unlike the 2005 Original, the sequel was a critical and financial failure.

                                     

6. The series. (Серия)

Dimension films is developing a soft reboot of the series for television, Stephen lheureux, who made the second movie will oversee a series of "sin City" by Frank Miller, the Creator. It will be with new characters and time periods, and be more like the comics, not the movies. In November 2019, Deadline reports that legendary Pictures has purchased the rights to the series and developed as a live action and animated series sin City, both Miller and Rodriguez talks about working on the series as Executive producers.

                                     
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