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|Entertainment - Movies|
|Sunday, 05 August 2012 17:56|
Who would have thought that nineteen years after the disappearance of River Phoneix Dark Blood premiering end, the film left unfinished by his sudden death. In October last year, George Sluizer, announced its intention to complete the film using the voice of Joaquin Phoenix to close some loose ends. Known for films such as The Vanishing, The Commissioner or The Stone Raft, the Dutch filmmaker confined his film in a safe deposit box for fear that the insurance company destroyed the footage after the death of actor and suspend production of the film . With the collaboration of the family of Phoenix and the more concrete help from Joaquim Phoneix, has managed to complete the film, which will be released in a retrospective devoted to him by the Netherlands Film Festival. What gives us the excuse enough to make our own back, but the most interesting interpretations of the interesting history of River Phoenix.
With only twenty years and in just a decade, River Phoenix was able to develop an exciting career that if you had started on television would develop to the fullest through film. A career in films that have managed to combine business with independent proposals that would make him very popular with bands very different audiences. His first movie appearance was produced with only 15 years in this charming film that Joe Dante directed and in which he shared the bill with another very promising young man like Ethan Hawke. Together they made a serendipitous discovery that allowed them to build their own spacecraft which were launched at a great interplanetary travel.
I Love You to Death (1990)
Long before Lawrence Kasdan directed Dreamcatcher, one of his films would be more eccentric black comedy starring Kevin Kline and Tracy Ullman in which by then was his prier film role. Tired of her husband's infidelities, Rosalie concocts all sorts of plans to assassinate him with the help of his mother, Joan Plowright gives life, and his two employees, played by River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves in what would be their first collaboration professional. A movie without pretensions, but achieved his goal, and in which the actor could with his character an original portrait and away from the cliches of other comedies like nature.
River Phoenix in 1992 surprised some by choosing to participate in a film directed Phil Alden Robinson. This is one of the few raids actor in a film of a more commercial and that was part of a group of computer scientists specializing in the maintenance of security systems that are hired by a secret agency to steal a black box . The conflict comes when they realize that the agency that hired them and not state that the box assigned to them by stealing has the ability to decode any encryption system. Although the film away from the independent tone he had acquired his career, River Phoenix was able to adapt and fit perfectly in a cast that included Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Ben Kingsley, Dan Aykroyd and David Strathairn.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
Although brief, one of the most delicious of River Phoenix's career was when we saw him playing a young Indy in the third installment of the hero created by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. In the same film in which he also knew his father, Sean Connery, could enjoy the origin of the panic of the browser by snakes, and the adventure that would plant the seed that finally led him to become Indiana Jones. Harrison Ford himself would have recommended to the paper after it had been his son in The Mosquito Coast.
The Mosquito Coast (1986)
In what was his third film as an actor, River Phoenix showed that there was no question of his physical, but we were dealing with a splendid actor capable of conveying all kinds of emotions. Opposite Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford and directed by Peter Weir, could survive the utopia for which an inventor disillusioned by the consumerist lifestyle of modern society, he dragged the whole family. Among his castmates was Martha Plimpton, with whom he'd shared the bill in The Thing Called Love.
The Thing Called Love (1993)
Peter Bogdanovich directed this romantic drama about four young people who come to Nashville, the Mecca of country music, to find their place in music. Their experience shows that success depends not only on the attitude, but of probability, in the same way that love comes in unexpected ways. River Pheonix achieve a mature understanding that probably reflect their own doubts and concerns. Among his co-stars Sandra Bullock can find, Dermot Mulroney and Smantha Mathis, with whom he would have stayed at The Viper Room, that fateful night when he lost his life by an unfortunate combination of drugs.
There are not easy films are no longer less interesting. is what happens with this lovely and touching proposal to Nancy Savoca in which Phoenix plays a young man who enlisted in the army to fight in Vietnam. A character certainly atypical for Phoenix, strict vegetarian and a champion of animal rights. To cap his character is involved in the cruel bet his companions, who wins gets a date with the ugliest girl. But as if to pierce the personality of the actor's character, Eddie falls in love with the goodness of his appointment, and just agreeing with Rose, who was played by the wonderful Lili Taylor.
Running on Empty (1988)
The same year that filming I Love You to Death with Kevin Kline, both competing for the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. If Kevin Kline took him for his performance in A Fish Called Wanda, River Phoenix was nominated for Running on Empty. An interesting film directed by Sidney Lumet about a marriage that have been members of a violent radical group, who because of a bomb attack causing several serious injuries, are condemned to life on the run to avoid being located by the FBI. Something that makes life easier for his firstborn, especially when he falls for a fellow high school, played by Martha Plipton, with whom the Phoenix itself maintain a relationship in real life.
Stand By Me (1986)
Based on a story by Stephen King, who has not left captivated by the adventures of four young men running the day you finally lost your innocence? Directed by Rob Reiner and along with fellow cast as Corey Feldman, Jerry O'Connell and Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix achieved a captivating performance as emotional as it has transpired today. Perhaps the fact that it was a movie set in the fifties, who has survived intact permit in time, or even have improved over the years.
My Own Private Idaho (1991)
It may not be a movie, much less round, but the visual capabilities of Gus Van Sant to convey the erratic lives of two hustlers in the streets of Portland, tuned to perfection with the emotional skill that throws by River Phoenix of his character. High above his co-star, Keanu Reeves, this is perhaps the best interpretation of Phoenix, which was crowned with the Volpi Cup at the Venice Film Festival. The film symbolized both the actor's intention to take control of a career that promised to be so personal and emotional, but that would become as fleeting as bright.