Chariots of Fire (1981)
Sobre o filme
Chariots of Fire is a celebration of a number of things, not the least of which is a kind of highly committed, emotionally involving drama that knows the difference between sentiment and sentimentality. It also introduces more a than half-dozen talents, mostly English, and celebrates the British film industry... It`s to the credit of both Mr. Hudson and Mr. Welland that Chariots of Fire is simultaneously romantic and commonsensical, lyrical and comic. David Watkin`s photography is very fine, and the track sequences - even to someone who has no real interest in track - are charged with poetry. Though Chariots of Fire is mostly about the very privileged, it is so carefully balanced that it doesn`t deny the realities of lives less privileged. It`s an exceptional film, about some exceptional people.
Vincent Canby, 1981, New York Times
Four Academy Awards: Best Picture, Script, Costumes, Music.
Título original: Chariots of Fire
Duração: 124 minutos
País: United Kingdom
Cor: color digital
Direção: HUGH HUDSON
Roteiro: Colin Welland
Fotografia: David Watkin
Elenco: Ben Cross, Ian Charleson, Nigel Havers, Cheryl Campell, Alice Krige, Ian Holm, Lindsay Anderson, John Gielgud
Produtor: David Puttnam