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Legend of 1900/Bodies, Rest & Motion

Legend of 1900/Bodies, Rest & Motion

4.5 4
Director: Giuseppe Tornatore, Michael Steinberg, Phoebe Cates, Tim Roth

Cast: Giuseppe Tornatore, Michael Steinberg, Phoebe Cates, Tim Roth


Product Details

Release Date:
Image Entertainment
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

Special Features

Feature-length audio commentary by director Michael Steinberg, actor and producer Eric Stoltz and writer Roger Hedden; Behind-the-scenes footage; Featurette; Theatrical trailer and television spot

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Bodies, Rest and Motion
1. Main Title; Newton's First Law [2:54]
2. Enfield, Arizona [7:59]
3. Junk Appliances [5:52]
4. Highlighting the Route [5:54]
5. Stealing a TV [9:08]
6. Nick's Gone [8:12]
7. Finding Happiness [7:32]
8. Pillow Talk [4:37]
9. Body Failures [6:23]
10. The Morning After [5:39]
11. Yard Sale [9:59]
12. Nick's Back [9:03]
13. "I Hate Talking to You" [5:28]
14. Still Searching [2:12]
15. End Credits [3:11]
Side #2 -- The Legend of 1900
1. Main Title [6:31]
2. My Secret [4:07]
3. 1900 [3:53]
4. Belly of the Virginian [3:17]
5. The Accident [3:20]
6. Mysterious Record [3:57]
7. A Cure for Your Misery [7:59]
8. 1900 Regales [7:11]
9. The Voice of the Sea [8:45]
10. Where Does Music Come From? [3:21]
11. The Fish With the 20-Dollar Name [4:30]
12. The Duel [15:18]
13. Recorded With Love [6:53]
14. Infatuation [1:45]
15. I'm Getting Off! [5:52]
16. Starting Over [10:09]
17. Goodbye, 1900! [14:46]
18. End Credits [6:33]

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Legend of 1900/Bodies, Rest & Motion 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Cazthon More than 1 year ago
A wonderfully imaginative film/story that exists in a never-never land both literally and figuratively. The hero never leaves the ship and his cosmos is a well-defined luxury liner from the 20s-??. The plot is rife with existential questions, what constitutes "being;" is life imaginary: what is reality in the context of today; when does memory turn into myth; and numerous spin-offs. Because the story is ultimately an adventure fable as viewed through memory there is considerable creative license adding to the sense of illusion. It also plays rather shamelessly on the emotions and treacherously so, as you want to identify with the hero, but the illusion of his existence is such that he fends you off--perhaps he knew his fate, although emotionally tempted to change it many times in the course of his life. Isn't this the nature of tempting fate--ultimately you cannot. I found it vastly entertaining.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a amazing movie with a inspiational written throughout,i won't say why other than to say if you didn't like piano you will love all music after this inspirational movie.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
though it was a fable, it captures the essence of the choice of freedom to a person, who is afraid of exploring things and the feel of home. He stayed inside the ship until his last breathe.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago