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Un lugar para refugiarse

Un lugar para refugiarse
Un lugar para refugiarse Rating: 46 out of 100 based on 20 reviews.
Lasse Hallström (“La pesca de salmón en Yemen”) dirige “Un lugar donde refugiarse (Safe haven)”, adaptación cinematográfica de una novela de Nicholas Sparks. El libro nos relata la historia de Katie, una joven que llega a un pueblo de Carolina del Norte y que no quiere mantener ningún vínculo personal. Sin embargo, al final no sólo termina haciendo varias amistades, sino que se enamora de un viudo que es dueño de una tienda y que tiene dos hijos.
Interpretación
Irene Ziegler

Mrs. Feldman
Jon Kohler

Bus Station Clerk
Tim Parati

Bus Station Worker
Giulia Pagano

Pushy Bus Woman
Juan Piedrahita

Jr. Detective Ramirez (as Juan Carlos Piedrahita)
Tora Hallstrom

Ivan's Waitress
Producción
Director:Lasse Hallström
Producer:Jason Beckman (executive producer)
Marty Bowen (producer)
Jason Colodne (executive producer)
Wyck Godfrey (producer)
Ken Halsband (co-producer)
Ryan Kavanaugh (producer)
D. Scott Lumpkin (line producer)
Nicholas Sparks (producer)
Tucker Tooley (executive producer)
Adam Fields (co-producer)
Tracey Nyberg (executive producer)
Writer:Leslie Bohem (screenplay) &)
Nicholas Sparks (novel)
Dana Stevens (screenplay)
Valoraciones de Un lugar para refugiarse
Mark Reviews Movies
The final act, climax, and denouement of Safe Haven present three separate but equally terrible ideas. In the first of those plot markers, the movie turns domestic abuse into a cheap development that really only exists to put the central...
Leer crítica14 feb 2013
iHaveNet.com
The new Nicholas Sparks movie, "Safe Haven," takes place in Southport, in the novelist's adopted home state of North Carolina. Southport is near the mouth of the Cape Fear River.
Rolling Stone
How much do I hate this movie? Let me count the ways. I hate the way Hollywood insults audiences by deciding a film version of a Nicholas Sparks bestseller is what audiences need for Valentine's week.
Leer crítica14 feb 2013
RedEye
You should know: “Safe Haven” contains two big twists that are also big mistakes, turning an already watered-down romance into frustrating, flavorless slush.
Leer crítica13 feb 2013
MediaMikes
Following in the footsteps of some of the greatest romantic movies such as “The Notebook,” “A Walk to Remember” & “The Lucky One” is not an easy task. All of which are movies based on the romantic novels by the best- selling author, Nicholas Sparks.
Leer crítica13 feb 2013
Valoraciones de Un lugar para refugiarse
Mark Reviews Movies
The final act, climax, and denouement of Safe Haven present three separate but equally terrible ideas. In the first of those plot markers, the movie turns domestic abuse into a cheap development that really only exists to put the central...
Leer crítica14 feb 2013
iHaveNet.com
The new Nicholas Sparks movie, "Safe Haven," takes place in Southport, in the novelist's adopted home state of North Carolina. Southport is near the mouth of the Cape Fear River.
Rolling Stone
How much do I hate this movie? Let me count the ways. I hate the way Hollywood insults audiences by deciding a film version of a Nicholas Sparks bestseller is what audiences need for Valentine's week.
Leer crítica14 feb 2013
RedEye
You should know: “Safe Haven” contains two big twists that are also big mistakes, turning an already watered-down romance into frustrating, flavorless slush.
Leer crítica13 feb 2013
MediaMikes
Following in the footsteps of some of the greatest romantic movies such as “The Notebook,” “A Walk to Remember” & “The Lucky One” is not an easy task. All of which are movies based on the romantic novels by the best- selling author, Nicholas Sparks.
Leer crítica13 feb 2013
Reel Views
It's pointless criticizing a Nicholas Sparks movie for being a Nicholas Sparks movie. Sparks, like Barbara Cartland before him, delivers exactly what his fans want: romance between two attractive people.
Leer crítica13 feb 2013
Fresno Bee
The latest film based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks -- the author who has elicited more tears than an onion factory -- includes plot points of spousal abuse, cancer, cute kids, children in peril, a hunk with a heavy heart, loss of a parent, letters...
Leer crítica13 feb 2013
Eric D. Snider
Oh, sure, it’s popular to make fun of Nicholas Sparks movies. It’s very “cool” and “trendy” to pile on the insults every time a new one is released, three or four times a year. But do you want to know the real reason why they’re held up to such ridicule?
NorthShoreMovies.net
SAFE HAVEN is the eighth movie based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks. Although he did not write the screenplay adaptation for this one, he is billed as producer. By now it’s possible to spell out the plot for nearly all of his stories.
Leer crítica15 feb 2013
Richard Roeper.com
The only thing more bonkers than the plot development is how a certain character reacts to it.
Miami Herald
Lasse Hallstrom’s new film does exactly what an adaptation should: It turns the original material’s greatest flaws into assets. Safe Haven, based on Nicholas Sparks’ bestselling novel, is a sentimental romantic thriller.
Leer crítica14 feb 2013
CinemaBlend.com
Nicholas Sparks has become such a massive force in American romantic films that it only takes a few signifiers to recognize his work. A beach setting, with marshes in the background glinting with sunlight. A couple, almost always white, either in...
Sacramento News & Review
A young woman on the run (Julianne Hough) lands in a small North Carolina town, where she tries to lie low but can't help bonding with a widowed storekeeper (Josh Duhamel) and another newcomer (Cobie Smulders).
Leer crítica14 feb 2013
Slant Magazine
It goes without saying that Safe Haven is the whitest thing offered up for public consumption in the three days since Mumford & Sons won the Grammy for Album of the Year. No matter the spite engendered by the all-consuming lameness of Nicholas Sparks's...
Leer crítica13 feb 2013
The A.V. Club
Breaking from the expected formula of sunsets, walks on the beach, and terminal cancer—though all three are present in some capacity—Safe Haven, the latest from Nicholas Sparks’ line of picture-postcard cheese, bills itself as a “romantic thriller,”...
Leer crítica14 feb 2013
MovieXclusive.com
You’re already a fan of Nicholas Sparks or you’re not, and if you belong to the latter, then there is frankly little we can say that will change your mind, or for that matter convince you to watch ‘Safe Haven’.
Empire
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen and Chocolat man Hallström is an old pro at navigating this kind of undemandingly dramatic yarn and does a pretty fine job with Sparks' story.
Shadows on the Wall
Based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, this film is so fully set in Sparks World that we know the trajectory of the entire plot after the opening scene. Which helps us brace ourselves for the overwrought climax and flood of sentimentality we...
Leer crítica14 ene 2013
TotalFilm.com
You know what you’re getting in a Nicholas Sparks adaptation, but Lasse Hallström’s stab - in which Katie (Julianne Hough) escapes to a small seaside town and finds out love really does conquer all - is by the numbers even by Sparks’ standards.
Leer crítica18 feb 2013
Express.co.uk
It opens with a young woman, Katie (Julianne Hough) fleeing her Boston home, seemingly after committing a violent crime.
Leer crítica28 feb 2013
Interpretación
Julianne Hough...Katie
Josh Duhamel...Alex
Irene Ziegler...Mrs. Feldman
Jon Kohler...Bus Station Clerk
Tim Parati...Bus Station Worker
David Lyons...Tierney
Giulia Pagano...Pushy Bus Woman
Juan Piedrahita...Jr. Detective Ramirez (as Juan Carlos Piedrahita)
Red West...Roger
Noah Lomax...Josh
Mimi Kirkland...Lexie
Robin Mullins...Maddie
Jasper Grey...Bus Boy
Tora Hallstrom...Ivan's Waitress
Wendy Wilmot...Realtor
Ric Reitz...Police Chief Mulligan
Mike Pniewski...Lieutenant Robinson
Cullen Moss...Police Officer Bass
Jan Hartsell...Female Boston Neighbor
Mary DeFlavio...Female Bus Customer
James Nalitz...Boston Neighbor
Nick Basta...Impatent Bus Customer
Martin Coleman Bowen...Popcorn Customer
Cameron Penrose...Customer on Dock
Ora Ogden...Man on Dock
David McKethan...Man on Dock #2
Jody Harker...Boat Customer
Daniel Cochran Donovan...Mr. Feldman
Jerad Swain...Store Customer
Ryan T. Boldt...Band Leader
Dyer Scott Lumpkin...Boston Bus Kid
Gerald Jackson...Customer
Lauren York...Dunkin Donut's Girl (uncredited)
Laura Avnaim...Diner Patron (uncredited)
T. Alloy Langenfeld...Boston Detective (uncredited)
Christopher Cozort...Customer (uncredited)
Paul Shaplin...(uncredited)
Christine Baer...Dancer, Ivan's Patron (uncredited)
Robert Seager...Pedestrian (uncredited)
Darrell Rackley...Customer (uncredited)
George Dawe...Lt. Blakely (uncredited)
Kathy Walton Pulley...Customer (uncredited)
Scott Jecha...Commercial Fisherman (uncredited)
Beth Gosnell...Sightseeing Girlfriend / Couple caught in the Rain (uncredited)
Brian Patrick Moize...Ferry Passenger (uncredited)
Patricia Thomas...Drenched Pedestrian (uncredited)
Ashley Bratcher...Bus Passenger (uncredited)
Joe Montanti...Cincinnati Bus Passenger (uncredited)
Nathan Marcus Smith...Bus Patron (uncredited)
Steve Swisher...Ferry Passenger (uncredited)
Shane Thompson...Bus Passenger (uncredited)
Kevin Knotts...Bus Passenger (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Lasse Hallström
Producer:Jason Beckman (executive producer)
Marty Bowen (producer)
Jason Colodne (executive producer)
Wyck Godfrey (producer)
Ken Halsband (co-producer)
Ryan Kavanaugh (producer)
D. Scott Lumpkin (line producer)
Nicholas Sparks (producer)
Tucker Tooley (executive producer)
Adam Fields (co-producer)
Tracey Nyberg (executive producer)
Writer:Leslie Bohem (screenplay) &)
Nicholas Sparks (novel)
Dana Stevens (screenplay)
Composer:Deborah Lurie
Cinematographer:Terry Stacey
Editing:Andrew Mondshein
Casting:Rich Mento
Production Design:Kara Lindstrom
Art Director:RA Arancio-Parrain
Rosa Palomo
Set Decorator:Patrick Cassidy
John S. Parson
Costume Design:Leigh Leverett
Makeup:Coni Andress (hair stylist)
Tonya Johnson (makeup artist)
Stacey Panepinto (makeup department head)
Jennifer Santiago (key hair stylist)
Nicole Wodowski (key makeup artist)
Production Management:S.J. 'JoJo' Fieger (production supervisor)
Ken Halsband (executive in charge of production)
Bass Hampton (production supervisor)
Christopher Kulikowski (post-production supervisor)
Pascal Vaguelsy (post-production supervisor)
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