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The Lovely Bones DVD 2009 Komfortos Mennyország / Directed by Peter Jackson / Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci

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The Lovely Bones DVD 2009 Komfortos Mennyország / Directed by Peter Jackson / Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci

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Audio: English 5.1, Czech 5.1, Hungarian 5.1, Polish 5.1

Subtitles: English, Hungarian, Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Estonian,  Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Croatian, Icelandic, Polish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Slovakian, Slovenian

Runtime: 130 minutes


English Summary:

The Lovely Bones is a 2009 supernatural thriller drama film directed by Peter Jackson, and starring Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Michael Imperioli, and Saoirse Ronan. The screenplay by Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, and Jackson was based on Alice Sebold’s award-winning and bestselling 2002 novel of the same name. It follows a girl who is murdered and watches over her family from "the in-between", and is torn between seeking vengeance on her killer and allowing her family to heal.

In 1973, 14-year-old high school freshman Susie Salmon dreams of becoming a photographer. One day, Ray, a boy she has a crush on, asks her out. As Susie walks home through a cornfield, she runs into her neighbor, George Harvey, who coaxes her into an underground "kid's hideout" he has built. Inside, Susie grows uncomfortable and attempts to leave; George grabs her and the scene fades until she is seen rushing past her alarmed classmate Ruth Connors, seemingly fleeing Harvey's den.

The Salmons become worried when Susie fails to return home from school. Her father, Jack, searches for her, while her mother, Abigail, waits for the police. In town, Susie sees Jack, who does not respond to her when she calls. Susie runs home to find Harvey soaking in a bathtub. After seeing the bloody bathroom and her bracelet hanging on the sink faucet, Susie realizes she never escaped the underground den and Harvey murdered her. Screaming, she is pulled into the "In-Between", that is neither Heaven nor Earth. From there, Susie watches over her loved ones, and resists her new afterlife friend Holly's urging her to let go.


Hungarian Summary:

Egy 14 éves lányt Pennsylvania külvárosában meggyilkoltak. Méghozzá a család szomszédja. Holtteste eltűnt. Most a kislány a mennyországból tekint le a földre, figyelemmel kíséri, hogy hogyan változik meg családja, miközben próbálják feldolgozni a tragédiát, illetve a szomszéd minden lépését is nyomon követi. Közben arra vár, hogy valaki megtalálja elveszett holttestét, és végre kiderülhessen az igazság.


Cast / Szereplők:

  • Saoirse Ronan as Susie Salmon, the main character and narrator.[5] She is a 14-year-old girl who is killed by her neighbor. Ronan was 13 years old at the time of her casting and filming. Ronan and her family were originally reluctant for Ronan to accept the role because of the film's subject matter, but agreed after meeting with Jackson.[6]Stanley Tucci as George Harvey, a serial killer who murders Susie.[7][8] Tucci stated that he had researched his role by watching documentaries and reading books by criminal profiler John E. Douglas about catching serial killers.[9] Tucci stated that his wife, Kate, had strongly urged him not to accept his role in the film because she felt, after reading the novel, that the subject matter was "too harrowing."[7]
    • Evelyn Lennon as Susie at age 3
  • Mark Wahlberg as Jack Salmon, Susie's father, who becomes obsessed with his daughter's murder case.[10][11] Wahlberg stated that his role in the film encouraged him to be a more cautious parent with his three children and to talk to them more about "not talking to strangers."[12] Before Wahlberg's casting, Ryan Gosling was set to play the role but dropped out of the film in October 2007, one month before filming.[13] Gosling had gained weight and grown a beard for the role, but said, "The age of the character versus my real age [of twenty-six] was always a concern of mine. Peter [Jackson] and I tried to make it work and ultimately it just didn't. I think the film is much better off with Mark Wahlberg in that role."[10][14] Gosling later admitted that the real reason for his firing was that he had arrived for filming 60 lbs. overweight and sporting a beard, without having discussed the physical change with Jackson.[15]
  • Rachel Weisz as Abigail Salmon, Susie's mother. After Susie's murder, her mother despairs and abandons the family.[11][12] Weisz stated that playing the character and the film and novel's "uplifting theme" made her look at life as a "treasure" and the film gave her a "positive feeling" rather than a "depressed" one.[12]
  • Susan Sarandon as Grandma Lynn, Susie's grandmother.[16][17] Sarandon stated that her character is like a "comic relief" and that her character deals with the pain of Susie's death by drinking, smoking and shooting guns.[16][17][18]
  • Rose McIver as Lindsey Salmon, Susie's younger sister. She is the first to suspect that Harvey was involved in Susie's death.[12][19] Jackson cast McIver particularly because she was an unknown actress.[19] Mclver stated that she had read and been a fan of the novel before having been cast in the film.[12]
  • Michael Imperioli as Detective Len Fenerman, the detective in charge of investigating Susie's death.[20]
  • Christian Thomas Ashdale as Buckley Salmon, Susie's younger brother.[11]
  • Reece Ritchie as Ray Singh, Susie's love interest and friend who is strongly affected by Susie's death.[21]
  • Charlie Saxton as Ronald Drake, one of the murder suspects.[22]
  • AJ Michalka as Clarissa,[23] Susie's best friend. Michalka was better known as a musician prior to her casting.[23]
  • Carolyn Dando as Ruth Connors, a classmate of Susie's.[19][24] Jackson stated that, after he had searched all over the world for the role, he ultimately chose to cast Dando, a relatively unknown actress, who was working as a waitress before her casting.[19]
  • Nikki SooHoo as Denise "Holly" Le Ang, Susie's best friend in Heaven and another of Harvey's victims.
  • Jake Abel as Brian Nelson
  • Thomas McCarthy as Principal Caden


Directed by Peter Jackson
Produced by
Screenplay by
Based on The Lovely Bones
by Alice Sebold
Music by Brian Eno
Cinematography Andrew Lesnie
Edited by Jabez Olssen
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date
  • November 24, 2009 (Royal premiere)
  • December 11, 2009 (United States)
  • December 26, 2009 (New Zealand)
  • January 29, 2010 (United Kingdom)
Running time
130 minutes
  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • New Zealand
Language English


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