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Carrozas de fuego Rating: 76 out of 100 based on 8 reviews.
Interpretación
Nicholas Farrell

Aubrey Montague
Ian Charleson

Eric Liddell
Ben Cross

Harold Abrahams
Nigel Havers

Lord Andrew Lindsay
Daniel Gerroll

Henry Stallard
Ian Holm

Sam Mussabini
John Gielgud

Master of Trinity (as Sir John Gielgud)
Lindsay Anderson

Master of Caius
Nigel Davenport

Lord Birkenhead
Cheryl Campbell

Jennie Liddell
Alice Krige

Sybil Gordon
Dennis Christopher

Charles Paddock
Brad Davis

Jackson Scholz
Patrick Magee

Lord Cadogan
Peter Egan

Duke of Sutherland
Producción
Director:Hugh Hudson
Producer:James Crawford (associate producer)
Dodi Fayed (executive producer)
David Puttnam (producer)
Writer:Colin Welland (original screenplay)
Valoraciones de Carrozas de fuego
Groucho Reviews
Among the stateliest of Oscar's Best Picture winners, Chariots of Fire immediately calls to mind its opening minutes, which include a slo-mo shot of a pack of young English runners splashing barefoot down the beach in Kent to the synthesized strains of...
Screen Jabber
The spectre of the Olympics now looms so large on the horizon that it is beginning to block out all forms of sunlight over East London and so to cash oin the quadrennial gathering of the planet's sporting elite, the decision was made to re-release the...
The Guardian UK
Hugh Hudson's 1981 Oscar-winner gets a deserved Olympic rerelease: a bold, intelligent, romantic film with all the lineaments of a classic, and a score by Vangelis as instantly hummable as the music for Jaws. As the British team prepare for the 1924...
Leer crítica12 jul 2012
Radio Times
Unfairly dismissed by some as an empty exercise in cheap schmaltz, this has an old-fashioned innocence that celebrates the human spirit with a lot of careful detail. It's a powerful tale about two British athletes - one a contemplative Scottish...
Little White Lies
There’s a theory floating around that Hugh Hudson’s Chariots of Fire – AKA Last Night At the Proms: The Movie – is much misunderstood. It says that far from it being a unabashedly jingoistic celebration of effete, Jazz-age Cambridge ra-ras who’re...
Leer crítica12 jul 2012
Sitios externos
Wikipedia: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chariots_of_Fire
Valoraciones de Carrozas de fuego
Groucho Reviews
Among the stateliest of Oscar's Best Picture winners, Chariots of Fire immediately calls to mind its opening minutes, which include a slo-mo shot of a pack of young English runners splashing barefoot down the beach in Kent to the synthesized strains of...
Screen Jabber
The spectre of the Olympics now looms so large on the horizon that it is beginning to block out all forms of sunlight over East London and so to cash oin the quadrennial gathering of the planet's sporting elite, the decision was made to re-release the...
The Guardian UK
Hugh Hudson's 1981 Oscar-winner gets a deserved Olympic rerelease: a bold, intelligent, romantic film with all the lineaments of a classic, and a score by Vangelis as instantly hummable as the music for Jaws. As the British team prepare for the 1924...
Leer crítica12 jul 2012
Radio Times
Unfairly dismissed by some as an empty exercise in cheap schmaltz, this has an old-fashioned innocence that celebrates the human spirit with a lot of careful detail. It's a powerful tale about two British athletes - one a contemplative Scottish...
Little White Lies
There’s a theory floating around that Hugh Hudson’s Chariots of Fire – AKA Last Night At the Proms: The Movie – is much misunderstood. It says that far from it being a unabashedly jingoistic celebration of effete, Jazz-age Cambridge ra-ras who’re...
Leer crítica12 jul 2012
Empire
The cast give PBs, the filmmaking is immaculate and the emotional wallop undeniable. 2012 aside, Chariots is a film for the ages.
Digital Spy
Ask various folks their opinion of Chariots of Fire and many will recount being moved to epiphany by the breathtaking beachside running sequence set to a majestic score by Vangelis and the fact this move won the 'Best Picture' Oscar back in 1981.
Leer crítica9 jul 2012
Time Out London
There’s a moment during the opening credits of ‘Detachment’ – ‘American History X’ director Tony Kaye’s dissection of the US school system – that sums up how flawed the film is. We open on real teachers talking to camera about their lives, struggles...
Interpretación
Nicholas Farrell...Aubrey Montague
Ian Charleson...Eric Liddell
Ben Cross...Harold Abrahams
Nigel Havers...Lord Andrew Lindsay
Daniel Gerroll...Henry Stallard
Ian Holm...Sam Mussabini
John Gielgud...Master of Trinity (as Sir John Gielgud)
Lindsay Anderson...Master of Caius
Nigel Davenport...Lord Birkenhead
Cheryl Campbell...Jennie Liddell
Alice Krige...Sybil Gordon
Dennis Christopher...Charles Paddock
Brad Davis...Jackson Scholz
Patrick Magee...Lord Cadogan
Peter Egan...Duke of Sutherland
Struan Rodger...Sandy McGrath
David Yelland...Prince of Wales
Yves Beneyton...George Andre
Jeremy Sinden...President - Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Gordon Hammersley...President - Cambridge Athletic Club
Andrew Hawkins...Secretary - Gilbert & Sullivan Society
Richard Griffiths...Head Porter - Caius College
John Young...Reverend. J.D. Liddell
Benny Young...Rob Liddell
Yvonne Gilan...Mrs. Liddell
Jack Smethurst...Sleeping Car Attendant
Gerry Slevin...Colonel John Keddie
Peter Cellier...Head Waiter - Savoy
Stephen Mallatratt...Watson
Colin Bruce...Taylor
Alan Polonsky...Paxton
Edward Wiley...Fitch
Philip O'Brien...American Coach
Ralph Lawton...Harbor Master
John Rutland...Caius Porter
Alan Dudley...Caius Manservant
Tommy Boyle...Reporter
Kim Clifford...Sybil's Maid
Wallace Campbell...Highland Provost
Patrick Doyle...Jimmie
David John...Ernest Liddell
Tess Dignan...Schoolgirl
Ruby Wax...Bunty
Michael Jeyes...Footman
David Kivlin...First Scots Boy
Eddie Hughson...Second Scots Boy
Gayle Garyson...Minor Role
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Rosy Clayton...Minor Role
Carole Ashby...Minor Role
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Paul Howard...Minor Role
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Steve Ambrose...Minor Role
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Michael Lonsdale...Minor Role
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Peter Jones...Minor Role
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Graham Brooke...Minor Role
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Dave Turner...Minor Role
The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company...Performers of 'The Mikado'
Kenneth Branagh...Artist (uncredited)
Lorraine Daniels...Pitti-Sing in 'The Mikado' (uncredited)
Mark English...Policeman (uncredited)
Stephen Fry...Artist (uncredited)
Stephen Marzella...Undergraduate (uncredited)
Roberta Morrell...Peep-Bo in 'The Mikado' (uncredited)
Robin Pappas...Clare in 'The Mikado' (uncredited)
Derek Pringle...Captain of Cambridge Athletic Team (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Hugh Hudson
Producer:James Crawford (associate producer)
Dodi Fayed (executive producer)
David Puttnam (producer)
Writer:Colin Welland (original screenplay)
Composer:Vangelis
Cinematographer:David Watkin (director of photography)
Editing:Terry Rawlings
Casting:Esta Charkham
Art Director:Jonathan Amberston
Len Huntingford
Andrew Sanders
Costume Design:Milena Canonero
Makeup:Kenteas Brine (makeup artist)
Maureen Hannaford-Naisbitt (hairdresser)
Kate Healy (hairdresser)
Mary Hillman (makeup supervisor)
Joan Hills (hairdressing supervisor)
Hilary Steinberg (makeup artist)
Production Management:Joyce Herlihy (production manager)
Netherlands4 jun 1981
Australia24 sep 1981
Sweden26 sep 1981
Finland2 oct 1981
Argentina12 nov 1981
Portugal25 nov 1981
Italy18 dic 1981
Spain21 dic 1981
France20 may 1981
Hungary10 jun 1982
Japan21 ago 1982
United Kingdom13 jul 2012
Canada17 sep 1981
United States9 abr 1982
Ireland13 jul 2012
Turkey0 mar 1984
Greece11 oct 2003
Colombia31 mar 1982
Brazil16 oct 1981
Mexico7 may 1982