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The Naked Lunch

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Año de producción

1991

Género

Drama

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Sobre la película

Adaptación a la gran pantalla de la fascinante novela homónima de William S. Burroughs, esta película nos transporta por mundos que pertenecen más al subconsciente colectivo que a la realidad cotidiana. A través de las experiencias de Bill Lee, un exterminador de insectos convertido en escritor, asistimos a un viaje interior en el que se entremezclan la adicción a las substancias tóxicas, las sexualidades no habituales y normalmente reprimidas y el poder de los gobiernos que tanto afectan a la existencia de los ciudadanos de a pie. Con un reparto magnífico en estado de gracia, esta cinta estuvo nominada al Oso de Oro del Festival de Berlín.
 

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capirusso

Empieza con buen pie, pero luego empieza a hacerse pesado y el guion flojea...

09 julio 2018
8.0

"The designated straight man in David Cronenberg's comic adaptation of William Burroughs's Naked Lunch, Peter Weller is as unsmiling as an icon and as unflappable as a '40s private eye. The movie opens by casting the shadow of Weller's fedora on a tenement door; he mumbles his way through every subsequent scene as Burroughs's stand-in, the exterminator in the three-piece suit. "

J. Hoberman de Village Voice

8.0

"Burroughs cognoscenti should not search for too much of a fix. It's impossible to transmogrify the novelist's extraordinary word play, his dry-ice irony, the beauty and frustration of his drug-muse inscrutability. It's also hard to sum up the book's rounded-spectrum of cruelty, addiction, hypocrisy, lies and truth. Also gone, for obvious reasons, are the passages of cruel, homosexual rape fantasies. "

Desson Howe de Washington Post

7.0

"William S. Burroughs is one of the most pathetic figures in modern literature, his sadness made more poignant because it has been drawn out for so long. His cadaverous presence gave a hollow echo to a key scene in "Drugstore Cowboy," in which he was a junkie ex-priest who has long decades of pain in his eyes. It didn't seem like acting. And in a recent documentary about his life, Burroughs came across as a man who walks around with something wounded inside, something that hurts so much that his spirit simply shut down. "

Roger Ebert de Chicago Sun Times