After Hours


After Hours
After Hours
   Comédie dramatique de Martin Scorsese, avec Griffin Dunne (Paul Hackett), Rosanna Arquette (Marcy), Verna Bloom (June), Thomas Chong (Pepe), Linda Fiorentino (Kiki), Teri Garr (Julie), John Heard (Tom), Cheech Marin (Neil), Catherine O'Hara (Gail).
  Scénario: Joseph Minion
  Photographie: Michael Ballhaus
  Décor: Jeffrey Townsend
  Musique: Howard Shore
  Montage: Thelma Schoonmaker
  Pays: États-Unis
  Date de sortie: 1986
  Technique: couleurs
  Durée: 1 h 38
   Résumé
   La vie rangée de Paul Hackett, informaticien à Wall Street, est bouleversée par sa rencontre avec la séduisante et énigmatique Marcy. La soirée tourne au drame: Marcy se suicide ; quiproquos, menaces et violences s'enchaînent jusqu'à l'aube…
   Commentaire
   Martin Scorsese dresse ici un troublant catalogue de névroses urbaines: désirs contrariés, perversions sadomasochistes, glissements progressifs dans l'absurde, fantasmes de viol et d'émasculation, quête désespérée du dialogue. Exercice de style périlleux, entre burlesque et film noir, After Hours représente la quintessence du cauchemar «yuppie» ; un film labyrinthique, riche de notations religieuses et psychanalytiques, parmi les plus brillants qu'ait inspirés New York.

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