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A well-packed DVD release of Anthony Minghella's 1999 adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's novel (filmed previously in 1960 as Plein Soleil. The disc not only includes a director's commentary and trailers, but a short piece on the creation of the soundtrack, music videos, a making-of documentary and a separate section of cast and crew interviews. The film is presented in anamorphic widescreen format, with an aspect ratio of 1.85:1. The image is beautifully crisp and clear, with accurate and rich colors as well as solid blacks. This is a particular plus for this particular movie, which was beautifully shot in some wonderful locations; the studio sequences, which often use a more stylized color scheme, fare equally well. The audio side is slightly less impressive. The Dolby Surround track seems overdone, with levels pushed too far and tracks mushed together -- a problem that crosses over to the French Dolby Surround track, which has an additional handicap in a voice cast that seems to know few subtleties. The Dolby 5.1 track is far better in most respects, with excellent separation and balance, as well as good surround usage. It is, however, extremely muted, especially in contrast to the others. Music and ambient sounds are treated very well indeed, but there is very little call for deep, punchy bass. Minghella's commentary is scene-specific, and essentially non-stop. He pours out details of the story, his approach to the script, the production, the cast, the characters, the music. Curiously enough, considering the amount of information he delivers, he never once sounds rushed. The "Inside The Talented Mr. Ripley" documentary and the cast/crew interviews have some redundant information, but still provide a good further glimpse into the workings of the film. The music documentary is short, but quite interesting in terms of how it explains Minghella's through-line for the film in terms of the music -- classical, jazz, and original music by composer Gabriel Yared. The trailers are standard issue, but presented in excellent condition. The two music videos are drawn from sequences within the movie. "My Funny Valentine" takes a typical cross-cutting approach, while "Tu Vuo' Fa L'Americano" is simply taken directly from the movie. Neither is overly special, but it is nice to have them on hand. The Talented Mr. Ripley is an excellent DVD, and certainly one of the best efforts from the direction of Paramount up to the end of 2000.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Exclusive cast and crew interviews; Inside "The Talented Mr. Ripley" featurette; Making of "The Talented Mr. Ripley" soundtrack; "My Funny Valentine" music video; "Tu Vuo' Fa L'Americano" music video; Commentary with director Anthony Minghella; 2 theatrical trailers; Widescreen version enhanced for 16x9 ; Dolby Digital: English 5.1 Surround; English Dolby Surround; French Dolby Surround; English subtitles; Interactive menus; Scene selection
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
All-American boy Matt Damon reveals his dark side in this stylish adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's landmark novel of suspense. Director Anthony Minghella The English Patient casts Damon against type as impoverished, social-climbing sociopath Tom Ripley with surprisingly effective results. Mistaken for a college chum of expatriate playboy Dickie Greenleaf Jude Law, Ripley is dispatched to Italy by the young man's parents to bring home their wayward son. There Ripley's identity crisis assumes deadly proportions as he becomes infatuated with the dazzlingly handsome Dickie and intoxicated by the glamorous, carefree lifestyle Dickie shares with his adoring fiancée Gwyneth Paltrow. Minghella establishes the plot leisurely, allowing the audience to luxuriate in a sumptuous, 1950s Italy straight out of Fellini's La Dolce Vita, as the suspense steadily builds. The real accomplishment of the film, though, is the way it engenders empathy for the murderous, amoral Ripley. His yearnings and closeted homosexuality are made palpable and painful; anyone who has ever envied the rich and the beautiful will find that The Talented Mr. Ripley cuts like a knife.
All Movie Guide - Lucia Bozzola
Mixing glamour and pathology, Anthony Minghella's rendition of the Patricia Highsmith novel The Talented Mr. Ripley presents a visually alluring backdrop and a view of the decadent rich that almost justifies the eponymous villain's heinous acts. Shooting on location in Italy, Minghella revels in the seductive effect of socialite Dickie Greenleaf's dolce vita, from the hothouse atmosphere of Italian jazz clubs to the deluxe coastal villa and sailboat; however, the snobberies and carelessness of the wealthy reveal the rotten core beneath the lustrous existence to which Tom Ripley aspires. Matt Damon plays off his fresh-faced looks to make Tom a creepy and ephemeral, yet eerily sympathetic, sociopath. Philip Seymour Hoffman and Cate Blanchett are pitch-perfect as, respectively, a boorish skeptic and Tom's most innocent dupe, and Jude Law turns in a star-making performance as the heartlessly charismatic aristocrat who becomes the focal point of Tom's many desires. Despite strong reviews to go with its artistic pedigree, The Talented Mr. Ripley picked up Oscar nominations only for best costumes, art direction, and score to go with nods for Minghella's adapted screenplay and Law's performance.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/27/2000
  • UPC: 097363314240
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 2:18:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Matt Damon Tom Ripley
Gwyneth Paltrow Marge Sherwood
Jude Law Dickie Greenleaf
Cate Blanchett Meredith Logue
Philip Seymour Hoffman Freddie Miles
Jack Davenport Peter Smith-Kingsley
James Rebhorn Herbert Greenleaf
Sergio Rubini Inspector Roverini
Philip Baker Hall Alvin MacCarron
Lisa Eichhorn Emily Greenleaf
Alessandro Fabrizi Sergeant Baggio
Rosario Fiorello Fausto
Anna Longhi Signora Buffi
Ivano Marescotti Superintendent Verrecchia
Stefania Rocca Silvania
Celia Weston Aunt Joan
Technical Credits
Anthony Minghella Director, Screenwriter
Stefano M. Ortolani Art Director
John Seale Cinematographer
Gary Jones Costumes/Costume Designer
Ann Roth Costumes/Costume Designer
Roy Walker Production Designer
Gabriel Yared Score Composer
Bruno Cesari Set Decoration/Design
Patricia Highsmith Source Author
Steve Andrews Associate Producer, Asst. Director
David Rubin Casting
Paul Zaentz Co-producer
Walter Murch Editor
Sydney Pollack Executive Producer
Graham Walker Musical Direction/Supervision
William Horberg Producer
Tom Sternberg Producer
Pat Jackson Sound Editor
Ivan Sharrock Sound/Sound Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Borrowed Jacket
2. Partners in Disguise
3. Coincidence
4. Three Talents of Tom Ripley
5. "Bird"
6. Double Agent
7. Mysterious Mr. Ripley
8. Sightseeing
9. A Corduroy Jacket in Italy
10. Festival of Madonna
11. Confession
12. San Remo
13. Apology
14. New Beginning
15. Evening at the Opera
16. Chance Meeting
17. So Bourgeois
18. Police Inquiry
19. Tom's Return
20. Dickie's Letter
21. Friendship
22. Suspicion
23. Silent Promise
24. A Fake Somebody, a Real Nobody
25. End Credits
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scene Selection
   Set Up
      Audio Options: English Dolby Surround
      Audio Options: English 5.1 Surround
      Audio Options: French
      Subtitle Options: English for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
      Subtitle Options: None
   Special Features
      Teaser Trailer
      Theatrical Trailer
      Cast & Crew Interviews
      "Inside the Talented Mr. Ripley"
      "My Funny Valentine" Music Video
      "Tu Vuo' Fa L'Americano" Music Video
      Making of the Soundtrack
      Commentary With Anthony Minghella
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Narcissist in Action

    ''The Talented Mr. Ripley'' is an Hitchcockian and blood-curdling study of the psychopath and his victims. At the centre of this masterpiece, set in the exquisitely decadent scapes of Italy, is a titanic encounter between Ripley, the aforementioned psychopath protagonist and young Greenleaf, a consummate narcissist. Ripley is a cartoonishly poor young adult whose overriding desire is to belong to a higher - or at least, richer - social class. While he waits upon the subjects of his not so hidden desires, he receives an offer he cannot refuse: to travel to Italy to retrieve the spoiled and hedonistic son of a shipbuilding magnate, Greenleaf Senior. He embarks upon a study of Junior's biography, personality, likes and hobbies. In a chillingly detailed process, he actually assumes Greenleaf's identity. Disembarking from a luxurious Cunard liner in his destination, Italy, he ''confesses'' to a gullible textile-heiress that he is the young Greenleaf, travelling incognito. Thus, we are subtly introduced to the two over-riding themes of the antisocial personality disorder (still labelled by many professional authorities ''psychopathy'' and ''sociopathy''): an overwhelming dysphoria and an even more overweening drive to assuage this angst by belonging. The psychopath is an unhappy person. He is besieged by recurrent depression bouts, hypochondria and an overpowering sense of alienation and drift. He is bored with his own life and is permeated by a seething and explosive envy of the lucky, the mighty, the clever, the have it alls, the know it alls, the handsome, the happy - in short: his opposites. He feels discriminated against and dealt a poor hand in the great poker game called life. He is driven obsessively to right these perceived wrongs and feels entirely justified in adopting whatever means he deems necessary in pursuing this goal. Ripley's reality test is maintained throughout the film. In other words - while he gradually merges with the object of his admiring emulation, the young Greenleaf - Ripley can always tell the difference. After he kills Greenleaf in self-defense, he assumes his name, wears his clothes, cashes his checks and makes phone calls from his rooms. But he also murders - or tries to murder - those who suspect the truth. These acts of lethal self-preservation prove conclusively that he knows who he is and that he fully realizes that his acts are parlously illegal. Young Greenleaf is young, captivatingly energetic, infinitely charming, breathtakingly handsome and deceivingly emotional. He lacks real talents - he know how to play only six jazz tunes, can't make up his musical mind between his faithful sax and a newly alluring drum kit and, an aspiring writer, can't even spell. These shortcomings and discrepancies are tucked under a glittering facade of non-chalance, refreshing spontaneity, an experimental spirit, unrepressed sexuality and unrestrained adventurism. But Greenleaf Jr. is a garden variety narcissist. He cheats on his lovely and loving girlfriend, Marge. He refuses to lend money - of which he seems to have an unlimited supply, courtesy his ever more disenchanted father - to a girl he impregnated. She commits suicide and he blames the primitiveness of the emergency services, sulks and kicks his precious record player. In the midst of this infantile temper tantrum the rudiments of a conscience are visible. He evidently feels guilty. At least for a while. Greenleaf Jr. falls in and out of love and friendship in a predictable pendulous rhythm. He idealizes his beaus and then devalues them. He finds them to be the quiddity of fascination one moment - and the distilled essence of boredom the next. And he is not shy about expressing his distaste and disenchantment. He is savagely cruel as he calls Ripley a leach who has taken over his life and his possessions (having previously invited him to do so in no uncertain terms). He says that he is relieved to see him go and he cancels off-handedl

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Suspenseful and enjoyable

    a good watch filled with excitement around every corner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    overall, just an excellent film...

    A true "psychological thriller." In my opinion, this is one of the best films in recent memory. Both Matt Damon and Jude Law nail their performances, and the supporting cast here is excellent as well. I would agree with the reviewer who refers to this film as a study in psychopathology, and as such, I would highly recommend this film to anyone with the attention span and the time to give this one a fair shake.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Loss of identity means new opportunity

    In "the talented mr ripley" everything seems to run smoothly for Tom, money, lifestyle, great and above all opportunity, until his $1,000 resources run short. He has to act fast...killing Dickie and assuming his identity achieves his goal and opens a new life for him, something he's always dreamed of.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a great movie!

    i had no idea what this movie was about but I rented it and i loved everything about it. I had no idea that Matt Damon was going to kill Jude Law. I was like, oh my gosh! The soundtrack to this movie is great too. Matt Damon is so great in this movie. I always love how when Jude Law acts he has that ''flairtaious'' manner which is great also. I had NO idea Matt Damon could sing, (if it really is his voice.)Gwyneth Paltrow is great also.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    i had no idea.

    I had no idea how goo this movie really was unitl I saw it for myself. I really didn't get everything about it until I saw it it was like wow so that was what all the hip was really about. I mean I thought the plot line went one way when it really went quite off in another dicertion totally. I loved it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This one is a surprise

    I wasn't expecting this to be as good as it turned out to be. I had seen the trailers when the movie was out and didn't think it looked that enjoyable but I was wrong. This movie grabs your interest from the start and has you wanting to root for a psychopathic killer. Very strange indeed but its worth the time to watch this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This movie is outstanding - it may take some intelligence to appreciate.

    Don't miss this one. The trailer that came out did not do the movie justice. The acting and directing are superb. The music is so well placed, the sound track is great. Very well done. One of the few I would like to give 6 stars.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Well directed, well acted, but moves a little slow.

    I had the privelege of being an extra in The Talented Mr. Ripley and after meeting Matt Damon and Anthony Mingella, I say they could do no wrong. They must be two of the warmest, most down to earth people in Hollywood. That said, I found the movie to be extremely well acted, Matt Damon was incredible! The plot was good, but the movie itself moved along a little slow for my taste. I found the theatrical preview to be much more exciting. I still give it four stars, and the ''talented Mr. Damon'' gets five!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    awsome awsome awsome

    this movie was by far my favorite, anyone who can take the time and see this movie will not be missing out, its just one you have to pay attention to

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    HORRIBLE...Stay Away

    My wife rented this and we were both left in absolute awe of how a cast of wonderful actors could get trapped into such a piece of ......! This movie makes you wonder if it was written while it was being filmed. The movie seems to wrap up and could end somewhat neatly at several points, but it continues to just go on and on and on. It's almost like the creators were finding ways to extend their stay at the filming locations. They bring characters in and out of the movie at a whim, just to keep the story going. And they don't fully develop the ones that seem to be constant. Like Matt Damon's character; he's supposed to be talented right? Well his musical talents and impression abilities are discarded within the first third of the movie, never to be utilized again. You are left wondering if he's just greedy, a psycho, a gay psycho, a really lucky part-time gay psycho, or just a pathetic loser. Those that created this total waste of time should really feel bad. I could expect a better, more consistant story from an 8 year-old.

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