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Agosto: Condado de Osage

Agosto: Condado de Osage
Agosto: Condado de Osage Rating: 70 out of 100 based on 27 reviews.
Los Weston viven en una gran mansión en las afueras de Pawhuska, en Oklahoma. La desaparición del padre en extrañas circunstancias hace que la familia se reúna y que todas sus miserias salgan a la luz. Adaptación al cine de la obra de teatro del mismo título, ganadora del Premio Pulitzer en 2008.
Interpretación
Meryl Streep

Violet Weston
Julia Roberts

Barbara Weston
Dermot Mulroney

Steve Huberbrecht
Chris Cooper

Charlie Aiken
Ewan McGregor

Bill Fordham
Margo Martindale

Mattie Fae Aiken
Sam Shepard

Beverly Weston
Juliette Lewis

Karen Weston
Abigail Breslin

Jean Fordham
Benedict Cumberbatch

Little Charles Aiken
Misty Upham

Johnna Monevata
Will Coffey

Sheriff Deon Gilbeau
Jerry Stahl

Liquor Store Owner
Producción
Director:John Wells
Producer:George Clooney (producer)
Celia D. Costas (executive producer)
Jean Doumanian (producer)
Grant Heslov (producer)
Claire Rudnick Polstein (executive producer)
Steve Traxler (producer)
Harvey Weinstein (executive producer)
Patrick Daly (co-producer)
Bob Weinstein (executive producer)
Writer:Tracy Letts (play)
Valoraciones de Agosto: Condado de Osage
CinemaBlend.com
I'm a firm believer that there's nothing Meryl Streep can't do. The living legend is such a consummate chameleon that the only thing her movie roles often have in common is that they are delicious to watch.
Rolling Stone
Tracy Letts won every big theater prize, from a Tony to a Pulitzer, for his enthralling, sprawling three-hour-plus play about the squabbling Weston clan of Oklahoma uniting for the funeral of dear old suicidal dad (Sam Shepard).
Leer crítica24 dic 2013
News Blaze
In 2008, August: Osage County not only won a Pulitzer Prize, but it also took home a quintet of Tony Awards, including Best Play. However, the screen version of Tracy Letts' haunting tale about a dysfunctional Oklahoma family is unlikely to be...
Leer crítica7 ene 2014
TheCinemaSource
John Wells has directed a starry film adaptation of Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play August: Osage County, and devotees of the play are likely to be disappointed by it. While the film provides ample showcase for its outstanding cast, the stuff...
Reel Views
August: Osage County is all about the acting. That makes sense because the storyline doesn't offer much that could be considered new or remarkable. It's as big a downer as the pills popped by matriarch Violet Weston (Meryl Streep) but the quality of...
Leer crítica11 ene 2014
Noticias
De prácticamente inmejorable se puede calificar el reparto de “August: Osage County”, película a cuyo reparto se ha unido Ewan McGregor (“Lo imposible”) y en la que también veremos a Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Juliette Lewis, Abigail Breslin, Margo Mart
Joachim R. Fernandez (labutaca.net) - 2012-09-13
Valoraciones de Agosto: Condado de Osage
CinemaBlend.com
I'm a firm believer that there's nothing Meryl Streep can't do. The living legend is such a consummate chameleon that the only thing her movie roles often have in common is that they are delicious to watch.
Rolling Stone
Tracy Letts won every big theater prize, from a Tony to a Pulitzer, for his enthralling, sprawling three-hour-plus play about the squabbling Weston clan of Oklahoma uniting for the funeral of dear old suicidal dad (Sam Shepard).
Leer crítica24 dic 2013
News Blaze
In 2008, August: Osage County not only won a Pulitzer Prize, but it also took home a quintet of Tony Awards, including Best Play. However, the screen version of Tracy Letts' haunting tale about a dysfunctional Oklahoma family is unlikely to be...
Leer crítica7 ene 2014
TheCinemaSource
John Wells has directed a starry film adaptation of Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play August: Osage County, and devotees of the play are likely to be disappointed by it. While the film provides ample showcase for its outstanding cast, the stuff...
Reel Views
August: Osage County is all about the acting. That makes sense because the storyline doesn't offer much that could be considered new or remarkable. It's as big a downer as the pills popped by matriarch Violet Weston (Meryl Streep) but the quality of...
Leer crítica11 ene 2014
Big Picture Big Sound
"August: Osage County", the Pulitzer Prize winning play from Tracy Letts, has found its way to the big screen. Despite feeling too much like a play, especially early on, the story and performances are enough to pull you all the way in, at least in...
Leer crítica26 dic 2013
Dustin Putman
"August: Osage County" features a central twelve-person cast—easily one of the sturdiest ensembles of the year—and they all act their hearts out. Watching them navigate screenwriter Tracy Letts' spiky, cutting words, based on her Pulitzer Prize- and...
Leer crítica19 dic 2013
iHaveNet.com
Over and over, the negative reviews of "August: Osage County" have pulled variations on a sad theme, with various New York- and LA-based critics wrestling with the film without having seen, or read, the Tracy Letts play that came before it.
filmjabber
Meryl Streep is a bitch. Like, super bitch. And she embraces it wholeheartedly in the fiercely entertaining August: Osage County, one of the funniest depressing movies – or one of the most depressing comedies – to ever hit the silver screen.
Eric D. Snider
The Westons of Osage County, Okla., where it is currently August, are the kind of family that movies have always thrived on: people you’d never, ever want to have any connection to in real life, but whose vicious squabbles are entertaining to watch...
stltoday.com
Hell, said Jean-Paul Sartre, is other people. The friction between the members of the Weston family produces a sulfurous smoke that might choke some unsuspecting moviegoers, but for those who appreciate fiery dialogue delivered by fine actors,
Leer crítica9 ene 2014
Cole Smithey
Tracy Letts’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play loses an hour-and-a-half from its original running time, but none of its dramatic impact in the playwright’s own screenplay adaptation. Arriving during the holidays, when American family members reunite — many...
Leer crítica13 dic 2013
MediaMikes
Hollywood is full of movies about pushy and/or overbearing mothers. From Mother Bates in “Psycho” to Mama Rose in “Gypsy” to Margaret White in “Carrie” (the original 1976 version), we’ve seen how they manipulate and mold their children through fear and...
Leer crítica9 ene 2014
RedEye
How twisted to release a bleak drama of family members treating each other terribly within shouting distance of the holidays, when families are inclined to head to the movies together. Unless "August: Osage County" is meant to make people feel better...
Leer crítica9 ene 2014
Groucho Reviews
It may be 30 below in Cass County this week, but on screen it's 108 degrees in August: Osage County. And as the old story goes, when the day is hot, there's no escaping a brawl.
Reel Film Reviews
Based on the stage play by Tracy Letts, August: Osage County details the emotional chaos that ensues after several family members reunite following the death of one of their own. There's little doubt that August: Osage County, for most of its first...
Leer crítica11 dic 2013
Three Movie Buffs
Based on the Pulitzer and Tony winning play by Tracy Letts, August: Osage County is about one seriously dysfunctional American family living in the heartland. When the patriarch goes missing, his relations gather together for support but wind up tearing e
Leer crítica30 dic 2013
Movies.com
There's a weird sort of pleasure involved in watching large ensemble casts snarl and brawl amongst themselves. It's a Freddy versus Jason sort of pleasure and this film features a dozen of them.
Entertainment Weekly
When a movie is based on a celebrated play, the first question to ask is, Does it play? In the case of August: Osage County, an adaptation of Tracy Letts' 2007 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about an Oklahoma family marinating in its own miserabilism...
Leer crítica29 dic 2013
Crave Online
August: Osage County can be a very difficult film to watch because it is about some truly horrible people being awful to each other. I have to admire the balls it takes to do that in an industry that’s so hung up on likability.
Leer crítica10 nov 2013
TotalFilm.com
Every gong season gives us moments to relish, and 2014 is no exception. Case in point? Julia Roberts telling Meryl Streep to “Eat the fish, bitch!” in this juicy slice of Southern melodrama which sees an all-star cast tear strips off each other on the...
Leer crítica13 ene 2014
Empire
It takes a while to get going and never outstrips its theatrical origins but gets by on great actors working through meaty scenes. See it for Streep vs Redford alone.
MovieXclusive.com
One cannot help but feel that perhaps Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer Prize-winning drama of family dysfunction may be better off being performed on stage and not brought to life on screen.
Shadows on the Wall
Letts adapts his prize-winning play for the big screen, and it's a real corker. A gift to actors, this lacerating look at family relationships is an often brutally honest airing of issues that usually gurgle quietly under the surface.
Leer crítica30 nov 2013
View London
August: Osage County is an emotionally engaging and superbly written dysfunctional family drama that's worth seeing for the acting masterclass offered up by Streep and Roberts.
Leer crítica24 ene 2014
ABC Radio (Australia)
'August: Osage County' is classic "Oscar bait" - a production based on a successful stage play featuring an all-star cast thesping for all its worth. The play in this case, was written by Tracy Letts (who is male) and won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for...
Leer crítica6 ene 2014
Express.co.uk
August: Osage County is a stagey bit of Oscar bait that gives a fine cast (Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Chris Cooper, Benedict Cumberbatch, Ewan McGregor, Juliette Lewis) lots of shouty, grandstanding speeches.
Leer crítica22 ene 2014
Interpretación
Meryl Streep...Violet Weston
Julia Roberts...Barbara Weston
Dermot Mulroney...Steve Huberbrecht
Chris Cooper...Charlie Aiken
Ewan McGregor...Bill Fordham
Margo Martindale...Mattie Fae Aiken
Sam Shepard...Beverly Weston
Julianne Nicholson...Ivy Weston
Juliette Lewis...Karen Weston
Abigail Breslin...Jean Fordham
Benedict Cumberbatch...Little Charles Aiken
Misty Upham...Johnna Monevata
Will Coffey...Sheriff Deon Gilbeau
Newell Alexander...Dr. Burke
Jerry Stahl...Liquor Store Owner
Dale Dye...Radio Announcer
Ivan Allen...Radio Announcer
Arlin Miller...Baseball Announcer
J. Alan Davidson...Young Soldier (uncredited)
Maria Swindell Gus...Funeral Attendee (uncredited)
Producción
Director:John Wells
Producer:George Clooney (producer)
Celia D. Costas (executive producer)
Jean Doumanian (producer)
Grant Heslov (producer)
Claire Rudnick Polstein (executive producer)
Steve Traxler (producer)
Harvey Weinstein (executive producer)
Patrick Daly (co-producer)
Bob Weinstein (executive producer)
Writer:Tracy Letts (play)
Composer:Gustavo Santaolalla
Cinematographer:Adriano Goldman
Editing:Stephen Mirrione
Casting:Kerry Barden
Paul Schnee
Production Design:David Gropman
Set Decorator:Nancy Haigh
Costume Design:Cindy Evans
Makeup:J. Roy Helland (make-up and hair: Ms. Streep)
Carla White (makeup department head)
Fríða Aradóttir (hair department head)
Roxane Griffin (key hair stylist)
Matthew W. Mungle (prosthetic makeup for Meryl Streep)
Shelly D'Apolito (additional hair stylist)
Björn Rehbein (key makeup artist)
Clinton Wayne (prosthetic supply)
Production Management:Deb Dyer (unit production manager)
Joe Guest (assistant unit manager: second unit)
Nadia Paine (production supervisor: additional photography)
Leslie Rodier (post-production supervisor)
Julie Rapaport (executive in charge of production)
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