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Gosford Park (2001)

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Format: DVD
Sku: 40168544
UPC: 025192228124
UPC 14: 00025192228124
Rating: Game Rating Code
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"A masterpiece! A richly entertaining murder mystery!  Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune
"Five stars don't do it justice.  Neil Smith, BBC News
"Ranks among Robert Altman's best work ever.  Jonathan Foreman, New York Post
"Two big thumbs up.  Ebert & Roeper
"Opulently designed, meticulously directed, cleverly writen and wittily acted by a cast as polished as the floors.  Rex Reed, New York Observer

Editor's Note
In GOSFORD PARK, Robert Altman explores the English class system and master-servant relations via his preferred modus operandi of multiple characters and intertwining storylines, which he achieved so brilliantly in NASHVILLE. Featuring an all-star British ensemble cast, the film recalls both THE RULES OF THE GAME and THE REMAINS OF THE DAY, with a midpoint shift to an Agatha Christie whodunit. In November 1932, a phalanx of moneyed guests arrives for a weekend shooting party at the estate of Sir William McCordle (Michael Gambon) and Lady Sylvia (Kristin Scott Thomas). Mary (Kelly Macdonald), a fresh-faced, naïve new maid accompanies the sniping Countess of Trentham (Maggie Smith), and is shown the ropes by the house's worldly head housemaid, Elsie (Emily Watson). While the masters engage in various financial and sexual intrigues upstairs, the world downstairs has its own curiosities--namely, the predatory valet to a Hollywood producer, Henry Denton (Ryan Phillippe), and the mysterious, cagey servant, Robert Parks (Clive Owen). Mary soon discovers that the image of servants living vicariously through their masters is a false one, and that the upstairs-downstairs worlds are often shockingly interwoven. With GOSFORD PARK, Altman delivers a fascinating, blackly comic look at the treacherous yet poignant gamesmanship between the classes.
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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Universal
Video Release Date Release Date: 1/11/2005
Video Play Time Running Time: 137 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2001
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 22281
Video UPC UPC: 00025192228124
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English [CC], English
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: Spanish
Video Color Spec Video: Color
Cast & Crew
Video Cast Info Camilla Rutherford
Video Cast Info Helen Mirren
Video Cast Info Jeremy Northam
Video Cast Info Kristin Scott Thomas
Video Cast Info Maggie Smith
Video Cast Info Michael Gambon
Video Cast Info Ryan Phillippe
Video Cast Info Robert Altman - Director
Video Cast Info Andrew Dunn - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Tim Squyres - Editor
Video Cast Info Patrick Doyle - Musical Score
Video Cast Info Robert Altman, et al. - Producer
Video Cast Info Stephen Altman - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Julian Fellowes - Writer


Oscar (2002)
Video Award Name Julian Fellowes, Winner, Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly For The Screen
   Video Award Name Helen Mirren, Nominee, Best Supporting Actress
   Video Award Name Maggie Smith, Nominee, Best Supporting Actress
   Video Award Name Robert Altman, Nominee, Best Director
   Video Award Name Robert Altman, et al., Nominee, Best Picture

Golden Globe (2002)
Video Award Name Robert Altman, Winner, Best Director
   Video Award Name Helen Mirren, Nominee, Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture
   Video Award Name Maggie Smith, Nominee, Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture
   Video Award Name Julian Fellowes, Nominee, Best Screenplay--Motion Picture

Professional Reviews

Movieline's Hollywood Life
"...Effective ensemble movies depend on choosing the perfect actors, and GOSFORD PARK has perhaps the most dazzling cast that Altman has ever assembled..." 12/01/2001 p.46-8

New York Times
"...What makes the achievement of GOSFORD PARK all the more remarkable is that Mr. Altman is 76....The energy that crackles from the screen suggests the clear-sighted joie de vivre of an artist still deeply engaged in the world..." 12/26/2001 p.E3

USA Today
"...This comedy of manners is so much fun that it wouldn't even need the mystery to be one of the year's top entertainments..." 12/26/2001 p.3D

Box Office
"...Elegant....Nuanced and intricate....The cast, of course, delivers the good, with outstanding performances coming from Emily Watson and Helen Mirren..." 01/01/2002 p.57

Rolling Stone
"...GOSFORD PARK abounds in scenes to savor. It's a feast, and one of Altman's best..." 01/17/2002 p.56

Entertainment Weekly
"...Elegantly topsy-turvy....It's full of moments to savor....Altman has a spry mastery that's inspiring. The acting, down to the smallest role, is superb..." 01/18/2002 p.52-3

Total Film
"...A supple slice of entertainment, with some classy acting contributions..." 03/01/2002 p.93

"...Taking advantage of a splendid cast, a sharply focused script and the fresh English setting, GOSFORD park emerges as one of the most satisfying of Robert Altman's numerous ensemble pictures..." 11/12/2001 p.27-33

Sight and Sound
"...A revelation....This is a quintessentially British movie, but one which only an outsider with Altman's energy could have made..." 02/01/2002 p.45-6

Chicago Sun-Times
"...The screenplay is masterful in introducing all the characters and gradually making it clear who they are, what they've done, and what it means....One of the best films of 2001..." 05/05/2002 p.5

The New York Times 9 of 10
...a melt-in-your-mouth hunk of 12-layer English spice cake that will appeal to anyone who feels a nostalgic pang for the long-running British television series "Upstairs Downstairs" or for the cozy whodunits of Agatha Christie... Anglophiles will gleefully wallow in the baronial splendor of the setting and in the movie's canny eye for period detail, including everything from dinner place settings to vintage cars to the rituals of the shoot. - Stephen Holden

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