Where is the murky darkness of Kill List, the dry, understated humour of Sightseers, or the transgressive weirdness of A Field In England? Rebecca tells the story of an unnamed woman who married a wealthy widower, whose mind and family estate is still haunted by his first wife. *If I miss anything, please don't hesitate to let me know.…, The list of short and feature films I’ve watched since the start of quarantine, and subsequently, my account’s creation, sorted…, The Big Picture’s Long List is every single movie that gets mentioned on The Ringer’s Big Picture podcast this year,…, Tried to do mostly 2020 movies, as December is my month to catch up…, Lista feita a partir das atualizações postadas no Filmes Netflix, lá você também pode ver quais filmes e séries foram…. Rebecca tells the story of an unnamed woman who married a wealthy widower, whose mind and family estate is still haunted by his first wife. She believes that Rebecca was a perfect woman and a perfect wife who tragically drowned and left her husband inconsolable. skip it all costs, that TWIST. robert pattinson3. There are strong shades of it in David Fincher's 2014 thriller Gone Girl, which has a similar twist regarding the wife who seems to have met a tragic fate, and in Guillermo del Toro's supernatural horror film Crimson Peak, which is about a young bride who finds herself being tormented within the walls of her new husband's ancestral home. Rebecca has been adapted for film (and radio, and theatre) countless times, the most famous one, of course, being Alfred Hitchcock's 1940 version, starring Laurence Olivier as Maxim, Joan Fontaine as Mrs. De Winter, and Judith Anderson as Mrs. Danvers (the housekeeper who remains loyal to the dead Rebecca). The first Rebecca film, to use an obvious analogy, is a little like the first Mrs de Winter. Film data from TMDb. The book instead ends with the de Winters driving towards Manderley as it burns, and in the 1940 adaptation Mrs. Danvers remains in Rebecca's old room as the house collapses, until she's killed by burning timbers falling in on her. However, self-inflicted suicide was not an option. "I hated her," he tells his new bride. This, on the other hand, feels like the most un-Wheatley Ben Wheatley film ever, and the new rhythm heâs operating in â classical Hollywood studio filmmaking from a scrappy, British indie auteur â is, at first, unsettling. With only weeks left to live, Rebecca was not only facing the prospect of her death being slow and agonizing, but also degrading; she was renowned for her beauty and poise, and would hate for the lasting image of her to be a woman wracked with sickness and pain. Allerdings wird er dies auch nicht, wenn man lediglich Spannung erwartet, oder ein halbwegs konsistentes Konzept. Recs welcome! My husband's favorite movie is the Hitchcock version of "Rebecca" so I have seen it countless times. Report this film. 2020 Porco Rosso: The Last Sortie - Will The Ghibli Sequel Happen? It's free on YouTube and here's the link! Afraid that he will be blamed, Maxim covers up her death by putting her in the boat and scuttling it - but technically he is innocent of her murder. “Why should you hate me?” Rebecca (2020) asked; “what have I ever done to you that you should hate me?”“You tried to take Rebecca (1940)'s place,” said everybody. After a whirlwind romance with a wealthy widower, a naïve bride moves to his family estate but can't escape the haunting shadow of his late wife. The ending of Netflix's Rebecca remake is slightly different to Alfred Hitchcock's 1940 adaptation. Manderley being burned to the ground and Mrs. Danvers dying are the story's way of exorcising Rebecca's ghost, though she still returns to haunt the second Mrs. de Winter in her dreams. This list is for scripts or source material written or co-written by women. Formally known as the Motion Picture Production Code, the Hays Code was a set of moral guidelines enforced in Hollywood between 1934 and 1968, which among many other rules prevented films from showing interracial or same-sex romances (though Hitchcock managed to sneak some lesbian subtext into Rebecca under the radar). Just a few days after they were married, Rebecca lifted the veil and outright told him that she had never loved him, and that she intended to maintain her flat in London and keep a string of lovers despite their marriage. The second Mrs. de Winter firing Mrs. Danvers also doesn't happen in the original novel or Hitchcock's film. Rebecca will be dropping TOMORROW (October 21, 2020). "He killed the only person I loved," she tells Mrs. de Winter after burning down the mansion. Mobile site. It lacks oomph for those…. Her hobbies include drawing, video games, long walks in the countryside, and wasting far too much time on Twitter. are we still living in the 60s? Maxim is off the hook for any criminal charges, but Rebecca's most faithful companion makes sure that he and Mrs. de Winter's victory isn't a clean one. In Daphne du Maurierâs classic 1938 gothic novel of romance and mystery, the titular Rebecca de Winter is both never seen and always there, her memory haunting every page, felt in every nook and cranny of the grand mansion of Manderley. Well acted but a little too long, and unfortunately a tad dull. Seeing the second Mrs. de Winter as being an insult to the memory of her beloved Rebecca, and certainly not worthy to take her place at Manderley, Mrs. Danvers seeks to sabotage the new lady of the house and her relationship with Maxim. Keeley Hawes (The Durrells in Corfu) plays Mrs. Beatrice Lacy, Maxim’s older sister. Keeping Rebecca's memory alive at Manderley is the intimidating, black-clad housekeeper Mrs. Danvers (Kristin Scott Thomas), who cared for Rebecca ever since she was a girl and remains fiercely, obsessively devoted to her. "Rebecca", uscito il trailer del film Netflix “Un classico è un libro che non ha mai finito di dire quel che ha da dire ”. This is what Maxim feared when he told his second wife that Rebecca had won after all.