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Danny Boyle

Autor(a) de Slumdog Millionaire [2008 film]

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Slumdog Millionaire [2008 film] (2008) — Director — 465 exemplares
28 Days Later [2002 film] (2002) — Director — 431 exemplares
Trainspotting [1996 film] (1996) — Director — 276 exemplares
Sunshine [2007 film] (2007) — Director — 169 exemplares
Yesterday [2019 film] (2019) — Director — 133 exemplares
127 Hours [2010 film] (2011) — Director — 109 exemplares
The Beach [2000 film] (2000) — Director — 105 exemplares
Shallow Grave [1994 film] (1994) — Director — 71 exemplares
28 Days Later [and] 28 Weeks Later (Double Feature Video) (2008) — Director — 69 exemplares
Steve Jobs [2015 film] (2015) — Director — 64 exemplares
A Life Less Ordinary [1997 film] (1997) — Director — 62 exemplares
T2 Trainspotting [2017 film] (2014) — Director — 54 exemplares
Millions [2004 film] (2005) 50 exemplares
Trance [2013 film] (2014) 30 exemplares
Inspector Morse: Set Nine (2011) — Director & Screenplay — 9 exemplares
Inspector Morse 15: Masonic Mysteries [Videorecording] (2004) — Director — 7 exemplares
London 2012 Olympic Games [DVD] — Director — 7 exemplares
Inspector Morse 25: Cherubim & Seraphim [Videorecording] (2003) — Director — 7 exemplares
Inspector Morse: Dead on Time - Collection Set [Episodes 18-23] (2005) — Screenwriter — 5 exemplares
127 Hours: The Shooting Script (2010) 4 exemplares
Strumpet (2001) 2 exemplares
The Namesake / Slumdog Millionaire (2010) — Director — 2 exemplares
Trainspotting 1 exemplar
Sunshine / The Abyss (Double Feature Video) (2007) — Director — 1 exemplar

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The Beach is a 2000 drama thriller film directed by Danny Boyle and based on the 1996 novel of the same name by Alex Garland, which was adapted for the film by John Hodge. The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Tilda Swinton, Virginie Ledoyen, Guillaume Canet, and Robert Carlyle. It was filmed on the Thai island Koh Phi Phi.

Richard, a young American seeking adventure in Bangkok, stays in a drab travelers' hotel in Khao San Road where he meets a young French couple, Françoise and Étienne, and he immediately becomes attracted to Françoise. He also meets the eccentric Daffy, who tells him of a pristine, uninhabited and restricted island in the Gulf of Thailand with a beautiful hidden beach and lagoon. Daffy explains that he and other travelers settled there in secret several years earlier, but difficulties arose and he chose to leave. Daffy commits suicide, leaving Richard a map to the island. Richard convinces Françoise and Étienne to accompany him to the island, and the three travel to Ko Samui. After getting locked out of his bungalow during a thunderstorm, Richard meets two American surfers who have heard rumors of the island, including huge amounts of cannabis supposedly growing there. Before departing, Richard leaves them a copy of the map.

En route to the island, Richard becomes infatuated with Françoise. After swimming to the island from a neighboring one, they find a large cannabis plantation guarded by armed Thai farmers. Avoiding detection, they make their way across the island and meet English cricket fan Keatey where they are welcomed and surprised to see a fully functioning community of travelers living on the island, totally in secret. Sal, the community's English leader, explains that the farmers allow them to stay so long as they keep to themselves and do not allow any more travelers to come to the island but more travelers came over the years, evading the farmers and settling there. Richard lies that they have not shown the map to anyone else, which satisfies Sal. The trio become integrated into the largely self-sufficient and leisurely community.

One night, while the community are occupied, Françoise invites Richard to the beach where the relationship becomes romantic and they have sex. Despite hoping to keep it secret, everyone finds out and while angry, Étienne says he will not stand in their way if Françoise is happier with Richard. Tensions rise between Richard and Sal's South African boyfriend Bugs; when Richard gains popularity by killing a shark, Bugs mocks him over the shark's small size but Richard mocks him back for his jealousy.


DVD Video

Format: PAL

Region: 2


Sound Format: Dolby Digital 5.1

Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Widescreen - 2.35:1

Playing time: (approximately) 119 minutes

Audio: English

Subtitles: Swedish (Svenska), Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Hebrew, Polish, Tjeckiska, Hungarian, Icelandic,

Published by: 20TH CENTURY FOX

UPC: (streck kod - barcode) 5600304163293
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