Nine
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Nine

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Director: Rob Marshall

Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Penélope Cruz

     
 

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From the creative team behind the Oscar-winning adaptation of Chicago comes a lavish feature take on the Tony award-winning musical inspired by Federico Fellini's whimsical classic 8 1/2. Directed by Rob Marshall, Nine details the effort made by world-class

Overview

From the creative team behind the Oscar-winning adaptation of Chicago comes a lavish feature take on the Tony award-winning musical inspired by Federico Fellini's whimsical classic 8 1/2. Directed by Rob Marshall, Nine details the effort made by world-class filmmaker Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis) in realizing his latest cinematic vision while simultaneously balancing his relationships with the many passionate and influential women in his life, including his mistress, Carla (Penélope Cruz), and wife, Luisa (Marion Cotillard). Original lyricist and composer Maury Yeston serves as co-executive producer for the filmed version of his own 1982 Broadway hit. Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman, Sophia Loren, Fergie, and Judi Dench co-star in the Weinstein Co. production.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/04/2010
UPC:
0043396348837
Original Release:
2009
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:59:00
Sales rank:
26,761

Special Features

Commentary with director Rob Marshall and producer John DeLuca; 8 Featurettes 3 Music videos

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Daniel Day-Lewis Guido Contini
Marion Cotillard Luisa Contini
Penélope Cruz Carla
Kate Hudson Stephanie
Nicole Kidman Claudia
Judi Dench Lilli
Sophia Loren Mamma
Fergie Saraghina
Ricky Tognazzi Dante
Giuseppe Cederna Fausto
Valerio Mastandrea De Rossi
Elio Germano Pierpaolo
Martina Stella Donatella
Roberto Nobile Jaconelli
Andrea Di Stefano Benito
Roberto Citran Doctor Rondi
Roberta Mastromichele Roberta
Francesca Fanti Dinardo
Enzo Cilenti Leopardi
Marcello Magni Doctor
Francesco De Vito Radio Reporter
Anna-Maria Everett Nurse
Remo Remotti Cardinal
Michele Alhaique Don Mario
Giuseppe Spitaleri Young Guido
Damiano Bisozzi Bellman
Mario Vernazza Principal
Vincent Riotta Luigi
Simone Cappotto Simone
Alessia Piovan Alessia
Anna Safroncik Actress
Giacomo Valdameri Actor
Eleonora Scopelliti Screen Test Actress 1
Ilaria Cavola Screen Test Actress 2
Shannon Belcastro Film Crew
Jean Martin Film Crew
Joey Pizzi Film Crew
Kerry Warn Film Crew
Monica Scattini Pensione Matron
Georgina Leonidas Matron's Daughter
Marco Liotti Male Band Singer
Enzo Squillino Reporter 1
Michael Peluso Reporter 2
Jonathan Del Vecchio Reporter 3
Jake Canuso Reporter 4
Eliot Giuralarocca Reporter 5
Tommaso Colognese Reporter
Jennifer Iacono Reporter
Vicky Lambert Reporter
Lavinia Savignoni Reporter
Mark Bousie 'Foiles' Pianist
Massimiliano Belsito Priest on the Beach
Roberto Sbraccia Priest on the Beach
Romina Carancini Production Assistant
Alessandro Denipoti Production Assistant
Antonio Fiore Production Assistant
Erica Gohdes Production Assistant
Gianluca Frezzato Production Assistant
Paola Zaccari Production Assistant
Pietro Lais Boy on the Beach
Samuele Minotti Boy on the Beach
Francesco Manuel Pappalardo Boy on the Beach
Pietro Revelli Boy on the Beach
Gianluigi Tosti Di Valminuta Boy on the Beach
Paul Bogaev Conductor

Technical Credits
Rob Marshall Director,Choreography,Producer
Colleen Atwood Costumes/Costume Designer
Dion Beebe Cinematographer
Paul Bogaev Musical Direction/Supervision
Kelly Carmichael Executive Producer
John DeLuca Choreography,Producer
Kate Dowd Casting
Michael Dreyer Executive Producer
Paul Edwards Co-producer
Mario Fratti Translator
Andrea Guerra Score Composer
Martin Harrison Asst. Director
Jodi Hurwitz Associate Producer
Ryan Kavanaugh Executive Producer
Peter "Swords" King Makeup
Beatrice Kruger Casting
Francine Maisler Casting
Anthony Minghella Screenwriter
John Myhre Production Designer
Marc E. Platt Producer
Claire Simpson Editor
Wyatt Smith Editor
Michael Tolkin Screenwriter
Tucker Tooley Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein Producer
Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Maury Yeston Score Composer
Michael Zimmer Associate Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Nine
1. Scene 1 [1:31]
2. Scene 2 [4:40]
3. Scene 3 [3:06]
4. Scene 4 [4:07]
5. Scene 5 [4:18]
6. Scene 6 [2:54]
7. Scene 7 [4:10]
8. Scene 8 [3:36]
9. Scene 9 [3:30]
10. Scene 10 [6:17]
11. Scene 11 [2:43]
12. Scene 12 [5:49]
13. Scene 13 [2:08]
14. Scene 14 [3:04]
15. Scene 15 [5:14]
16. Scene 16 [4:12]
17. Scene 17 [5:17]
18. Scene 18 [2:36]
19. Scene 19 [3:53]
20. Scene 20 [:56]
21. Scene 21 [2:54]
22. Scene 22 [3:30]
23. Scene 23 [5:48]
24. Scene 24 [3:13]
25. Scene 25 [:23]
26. Scene 26 [4:03]
27. Scene 27 [3:13]
28. Scene 28 [5:47]

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Nine 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
AdmirerOfGoodStuff More than 1 year ago
Despite some of the not-so-good reviews the film received (though it also received plenty of raves), this movie has got it all. I think some of the critics judged it harshly because of its stellar cast, as though they would sound more profound by doing so. I saw the musical on stage several years ago, and they did a great job of tweaking the story for film. Nicole Kidman may not have a great voice, but boy oh boy does Marion Cotillard--her perfomance is SO MOVING!!--and Penelope Cruz is simply a knockout (who knew she could sing so well?). I liked Nine way better than Rob Marshall's earlier film, Chicago; the themes are much deeper, and I was thinking about the story long afterward (in other words, Nine is more than just some "entertaining musical"; it is honestly thought-provoking). I highly, highly recommend this film!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
TERRIFIC SOUND TRACK AND ENJOYABLE PERFORMANCE BY PENELOPE CRUZ AND CAST. FILM PRODUCTION INCLUDES ELABORATE COSTUMED AND STAGED SONGS AND DANCES.
S1A4G3E More than 1 year ago
I had heard good things about this movie, but I have to say I was a little bit disappointed. This is the kind of movie that you have to be paying complete attention to to understand what is going on. I watched it with a friend and we were both confused throughout the entire thing. I was also disappointed with the soundtrack...I was expecting something good from Fergie, who was the only actual singer of the group, but her musical performance was unimpressive. As a huge fan of the Moulin Rouge soundtrack, I was also expecting great things from Nicole Kidman, but I was disappointed there too. I really enjoyed Kate Hudson's musical performance, but maybe that was because I was just really surprised that she could carry a tune. Some of the song lyrics were so simple they could have been written by children (ex. My Husband Makes Movies). That said, the acting and the visual presentation were very good, and it was an entertaining, though confusing, movie at best.
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