Buena aunque la versión con Matt Damon tiene muchos más matices, como la latente homosexualidad de Ripley, que allí se deja entrever y aquí se omite. Caso parecido a Cegados por el sol que es muy superior a La piscina
Magnìfica con un gran Alain Delon.
Excelente! Segunda vez que la veo. La norteamericana también mantiene un ritmo trepidante, si bien la de René Clement es más fiel al libro.
Pues a mi me gustó más la otra...
Hollywood has forgotten that the creepiest movies are those that quietly crawl under your skin, making you look at your neighbor and nervously wonder what's going on in his head. Modern thrillers are all action and gore, but the 1960 French film "Purple Noon," which has just been re-released, is a thriller of the old school, its horror unfolding slowly with every quiet conversation.
If you've read Patricia Highsmith's novels about Tom Ripley, you know they can make your skin crawl. Ripley is a criminal of intelligence and cunning who gets away with murder. He's charming and literate, and a monster. It's insidious, the way Highsmith seduces us into identifying with him and sharing his selfishness; Ripley believes that getting his own way is worth whatever price anyone else might have to pay. We all have a little of that in us.