London Boulevard

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London Boulevard

William Monahans Regiedebüt»London Boulevard«überzeugt als geradliniger, wundervoll fotografierter Krimi mit einem überragenden Colin. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "London Boulevard" von William Monahan: Um das in London angesiedelte Buch eines irischen Romanciers zu verfilmen, sollte​. Der Londoner Ganove Mitchel (Colin Farrell) will nach drei Jahren Knast ein neues Leben anfangen - zum Missfallen seiner Ganovenfreunde. Kurz drauf trifft​.

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Nach drei Jahren hinter Gittern will Mitchel sein Leben grundsätzlich ändern und sich von kriminellen Machenschaften fernhalten. Doch kaum ist er aus dem Gefängnis entlassen, bietet ihm sein ehemaliger Komplize Billy auch schon einen Job als. London Boulevard ist ein US-amerikanisch-britischer Thriller aus dem Jahr Es ist die Literaturverfilmung des gleichnamigen Romans von Ken Bruen. eldraghbloeu.eu - Kaufen Sie London Boulevard günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. London Boulevard. (98)1 Std. 38 MinX-Ray Ganove Mitchel will nach drei Jahren Knast ein neues Leben anfangen. Zufällig trifft er auf die. KEN BRUEN LONDON BOULEVARD Kriminalroman Aus dem Englischen von Conny Lösch Suhrkamp Die Originalausgabe erschien unter dem Titel. London Boulevard ein Film von William Monahan mit Colin Farrell, Keira Knightley. Inhaltsangabe: Mitchel (Colin Farrell) wurde gerade erst aus dem Gefängnis. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "London Boulevard" von William Monahan: Um das in London angesiedelte Buch eines irischen Romanciers zu verfilmen, sollte​.

London Boulevard

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A stylish if familiar tale of a man hopelessly entangled in his past. Moira MacDonald. A movie is more than dialogue and a soundtrack.

And direction is a lot more than making sure all your favorite parts of your own script make it to the screen intact. Stephen Whitty. In trying to take a bite out of crime and another out of fame, [Monahan has] ended up with more than he can chew for his first time in the director's chair.

Betsy Sharkey. Monahan's trademark tart dialogue is as strong as ever, and Farrell and Winstone make for a formidable pair of opponents.

Kyle Smith. There is too much to be absorbed in too little time and not enough tissue connecting abbreviated, sometimes unnecessary subplots.

Stephen Holden. Had the film stood still more often, its stylish gambit would have worked better. Joe Neumaier. Debbie Lynn Elias. I particularly enjoyed strong performances from David Thewlis as Charlotte's quirky caretaker Jordan, and Pushing Daisies' Anna Friel acting the hell out of her role as Mitchel's train wreck of a sister, Briony.

Amie Simon. The best remedy for films like London Boulevard is pure denial. If you don't go and see it, don't do it the courtesy of talking about it -- then it doesn't exist.

Robert Savage. Monahan's debut feels like it's missing some connective tissue, but it still manages to standout from the herd. Jack Giroux.

As gangster thrillers go, this one is a ripper. William Monahan, Oscar-winning screenwriter for The Departed has adapted Ken Bruen's book in great style and directs his top cast adroitly.

Louise Keller. There are all kinds of weirdo supporting players and the requisite amount of bloody killing scenes, but it doesn't add up to much and London Boulevard just feels like its trying to hard to be edgy.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Colin Farrell Mitchel Keira Knightley Charlotte David Thewlis Jordan Anna Friel Briony Ben Chaplin Billy Norton Ray Winstone Gant Eddie Marsan DI Bailey Sanjeev Bhaskar The so called 'twist' was laughable.

Trying not to ruin anything, the tough 'smart' hero may not have asked why his partner in crime was such a turn coat but maybe why his partner in crime was so eager to help him in the first place?

For the writer; if you're going to preach about South East London criminal principles, remember the basic one, you trust NO ONE till they have proven themselves trustworthy.

Oh and the second one? See what happens I liked the style of this book at first but it's a loosely connected series of set pieces, witty one liners and explosive violence with no emotional pay off and very little intrigue.

A shame because I really wanted to like it. View all 5 comments. Jan 08, Jonfaith rated it liked it. Bruen obviously knows his tradition.

At one point in his reworking of Sunset Boulevard hence the title, saucy! James Ellroy makes an appearence, yeh, Ellroy himself appears just off stage.

References are made in almost every chapter to some noir classic. Such a homage creates its own set of problems, namely that the narrative is crowded out by the hall of fame tour.

Whie I was frustrated as hell during the first half of the novel detailing the protagonist's release from prison and his effo Mr. Whie I was frustrated as hell during the first half of the novel detailing the protagonist's release from prison and his efforts to reorient himself in society, the second proved easier to swallow.

Bruen does affect a style which often literarly cascades down the page. I can't say I hated such technique, I only wish there was more on display.

View 1 comment. Jun 14, Martyna rated it it was ok Shelves: irish-literature , owned-books. Lots of alcohol and brutality.

I reached for this book because it has been on my shelf for a long time. I bought it at a book sale. Now I understand why it went on it in first place.

The book is about everyday's life of the main character, Mitchell. The first pages could be easily shortened to , without any damage to the plot.

The simplicity of the message contained in this book is staggering. I wondered if the author's writing style was a bit different, a little more colorful, would I l Lots of alcohol and brutality.

I wondered if the author's writing style was a bit different, a little more colorful, would I like this book more? Jan 22, Roger rated it it was amazing.

I thank my lucky stars for Ken Bruen. I was looking at a horrendous reading slump and had already trashed two books without finishing them when I picked up Bruen's London Boulevard.

This book is essentially Sunset Boulevard, through a glass darkly. I really enjoyed Mitchell the literate thug's many bookish references to favorite authors past, such as Charles Willeford-essentially a tip of the hat from one crime writer to other crime writers.

This book was dark high octane noir and a great read. Aug 25, Gary rated it it was amazing. He is just out of prison after three years of payback for a brutal beating he doesn't remember.

But best mate Billy Norton is waiting at the gate with a sweet setup for Mitch as the muscle for a loan shark. Though Mitchell's feeling are mixed.

While the perqs that come with the leg breaking are good, he'd just as soon skip another stay at the gray bar hotel. When a job as a live-in handy man for aging actress Lillian Palmer falls into "It's About Absolute Devastation" "Mitchell" is a hard guy.

When a job as a live-in handy man for aging actress Lillian Palmer falls into his lap, Mitchell takes a shot - if a somewhat tentative shot for the career criminal - at the straight and narrow.

From this backdrop, the prolific Ken Bruen literally rips out another savage crime novel with more grit than Jones Beach and Bruen's trademark black humor.

Lillian Palmer, deliciously demented and coming complete with a sexual appetite that belies her years, provides a bizarre twist to what otherwise may have been a pedestrian and often-told story of betrayal and retribution.

But the real brilliance in the author's twisted logic comes in the form of "Jordan", Palmer's mysterious butler who proves to be so much more.

Bruen's staccato dialogue and disregard for small annoyances like punctuation or other literary convention add to the quirky appeal of Mitchell and the eclectic cast of thugs and wankers that follow him through the pages of this razor-edged page turner, which should keep you guessing right up to the bloody last sentence.

Adding to Mitch's and Bruen's sandpaper charm is an uncongruous and unabashed love of crime fiction and the authors that pen them, with references to Andrew Vachss, Dennis LeHane, and other masters of crime who are liberally quoted and add credibility and depth to an already addictive storyline.

If you haven't read Bruen yet - an unforgivable injustice that he remains relatively unknown, at least on this side of the Atlantic - then "London Boulevard" is a great place to start what you can expect to be a long, entertaining, and brutal acquaintance Apr 29, Mark added it Shelves: crime-and-mystery.

I guess the only strike against it as a starting point for Bruen is that it's set in England not Ireland, but Bruen seems comfortable in both locales, and this book offers much of what you'll either really like or dislike about Bruen as a writer: quick, telegraphed prose with lots of white space on the page; melancholy interior monologues; wise-ass dialogue; lots of hip pop culture references; and a dark brooding Irish pessimism about life and human nature.

This is not the best Bruen I've read I am soon going to get back into the Taylor series , but is a solid and pleasing work of crime fiction and a real page-turner.

I have yet to see the film, but now I can. Reread it in November , to find the pleasure of reading again Yes, yess and yesss!

I just finished reading it, so excuse me I loved it. The language is not sophisticated, I love the writing style. I was really in need of a book where the main character is tough, no kidding around.

The whole book is manly and rough and the endin Reread it in November , to find the pleasure of reading again The whole book is manly and rough and the ending surprised me very much.

I thought I had it figured out but on the last couple of pages everything turned around. I can still remember the moments I've finished this book, I remember where I was and how it made me feel.

I think I'm going to read this again, soon. He met his friend and they live together. After that they did a welcome party for Mitchell.

In there way to party Mitchell met a women here name is Penny. She told him to help her friend Charlotte. In this point when Mitchell met Charlotte the problems are started.

Many crimes happen and Mitchell's friend was killed. It was awesome book and I enjoy read it. This book was amazing a London Boulevard by Ken Bruen It's a novel which talk about a man who released from prison, his name Harry Mitchell.

This book was amazing and I enjoy read it. It's a crime and romantic book. The only thing that i learn from that book is the vocabulary.

Apr 28, Ed rated it liked it. Really interesting and tough main character which is the only reason to read this.

This book seems to be a gritty British version of Sunset Boulevard right down to the retired 50ish actress to her butler who'll do anything for her.

The characters here really well thought out which makes the mystery kind of a drag. It seems like you can get away with whatever style plotting in a book that would never ever fly in a movie or TV episode.

Still, very interesting main character and worth a look on tha Really interesting and tough main character which is the only reason to read this.

Still, very interesting main character and worth a look on that basis. Aug 06, Shannon Sullivan rated it did not like it.

A poodle tap dancing on a keyboard could write a better and more detailed book. Jul 29, Frank Kralovec added it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. Written in hard boiled, in your face sentences, this was a fascinating read, and much better than the movie. The characters are more complex, the story ends in a much more true-to-noir way, and its a more realistic story.

For those of you who appreciate the movie, pick up the book. You won't be disappointed. It is very different, ends very differently, and even causality in the book is much different.

The movie was quite entertaining, but the ending of the book is much more ambiguous. Gant is not Written in hard boiled, in your face sentences, this was a fascinating read, and much better than the movie.

Gant is not behind the evil, it is of course the butler, who Mitchell kills after discovering trophies in his room. The fading actress in her twilight years?

Well, it doesn't say he kills her, but he is walking into her room to kill her when he realizes she had orchestrated everything so he would be with her.

Not a terribly difficult read, but a classic of modern noir fiction. It's easy to see why Bruen's stories get picked up for adaptation after adaptation.

The use of his punchy sentences, leaves much to the imagination, and while the world is definitely a dark place, there is no real time spent on graphic visualizations of the world Mitchell operates in.

Good luck finding it, however. I had to order it from my bookstore in Seattle, and it was like 20 pound, for a very short paperback book. Going to watch the film and then compare the two!

Later that evening, Mitchel and Billy meet Gant in a garage, where Gant shoots a black man, whom Gant was led to believe by Billy to be one of the Nation of Islam members who beat up Mitchel and scared off Billy while earlier collecting for Gant.

Gant yells at Billy, but Mitchel protects Billy and yells at Gant, who claims Mitchel said to kill anyone. Gant tells Mitchel he is now an 'accessory' to the killing, and to meet him at Criterion Restaurant the next night, for an unknown arrangement.

Charlotte tells Mitchel she loves him. Gant reveals that the main mugger footballer has a future and is being scouted by professional teams, and implies that Mitchel had best leave him alone.

Mitchel tells Gant that if he were a gangster, Gant would be the first person he would kill and would take everything Gant has, but claims he is not a gangster and walks away.

Gant, to put Mitchel in trouble, waylays the doctor who owns Mitchel's apartment and after Gant rapes him, he orders his henchmen, Fletcher Matt King and Beaumont Nick Bartlett to kill him.

Mitchel learns who the footballer is and follows him into a tunnel, planning to shoot him, but has a change of heart at the last moment, and lets the young man walk away unaware.

Mitchel visits Charlotte and tells her that he loves her; the two sleep together. Mitchel sees Billy's van and attacks Billy, who says that Gant sent him to kill Mitchel; he warns Mitchel to look for "a big Bosnian fucker".

Mitchel borrows one of Charlotte's husband's Rolls Royces and confronts Billy at a pub. He beats Billy, who says Gant will kill everyone whom Mitchel loves, and Mitchel steals the money Billy collected for Gant.

Mitchel meets his sister at a restaurant in order to persuade her to get out of the country so that she is out of Gant's reach. He gives her a train ticket and money, but she belittles his worry and ignores the warning.

Mitchel and Jordan find Billy's dead body in the front garden of Charlotte's home, and the Bosnian, named Storbor, standing outside the gate. Mitchel asks Jordan to help him kill Storbor and the two follow Storbor to a nightclub where they meet him and the drug addict from the party named Whiteboy Jamie Campbell Bower.

Mitchel kills Gant and it looks to be a happy ending. But when Mitchel walks out to the street on his way to go to America, the young kid he let live stabs him several times in the side and he dies.

The film is set in London, which is where the majority of the scenes were filmed, with some scenes shot at Ealing Studios. It was also filmed in Hammerwood Park , East Sussex.

Filming began on 8 June. A trailer was released on 1 November IFC Films picked up the release rights in the United States, and had a 5 October release date for the premiere on Video on Demand , and an 11 November release date for the theatrical release.

Negative reviews tended to criticise the narrative as being unfocussed. The LA Times film critic, while praising the cinematography, a "beautifully bleak brush stroke of contemporary noir", and the "brutal extremes" of violence, wrote that "in trying to take a bite out of crime and another out of fame, [Monahan] ended up with more than he can chew for his first time in the director's chair".

The New York Times reviewer found the cockney accents "virtually unintelligible" and complained of "abbreviated, sometimes unnecessary subplots".

The film also received significant praise. Among positive reviews, Stephanie Zacharek of Movieline praised the cinematography of two time Oscar-winner Chris Menges , and the "aura of '60s stylishness", and noted that the violence is "deftly handled".

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The story is light on his feet, wickedly funny and full of interesting observations, and it is such an easy read.

You'll find yourself in the middle of quite few unsavory characters and yet they are fun company to spend time with.

Well advised read, I will certain vist this writer a wee bit more in the future good thing I bought three hardcovers of this writer at the same time I don't know what makes Ken Bruen's books so appealing to me, but they certainly do.

With this book he uses Sunset Boulevard by Billy Wilder, one of my favourite movies of all-time, as the perfect canvas for a wonderful book.

Everything is almost right. After meeting the infamous Lilly Palmer in the book, we understand that she's quite different from Nora Desmond, the Diva in Wilder's movie.

After a few more pages, the book and the movie diverge almost completely. I'd say the movie serves as an i I don't know what makes Ken Bruen's books so appealing to me, but they certainly do.

I'd say the movie serves as an inspiration for the book. Only that. The aging actress isn't the major character that she is in Sunset, though she and her devoted butler do still play a critical part in the story.

Bruen successfully takes the spirit of Sunset Boulevard and turns it into something that's new and different and altogether wonderful.

It has all the grit of a down-and-dirty pulp thriller. It twists and turns, and you'll never really know who can be trusted and who cannot.

But is it the story itself that makes London Boulevard such a noteworthy novel? That's a definite no. What made my day while reading it was his prose, which is like a round of machine-gun fire: quick and sharp and to the point.

And although his style is simple and clipped, it's also strikingly lyrical - heavily seasoned with references to literature almost all of my favourite crime fiction writers are represented: Derek Raymond, Charles Willeford, James Sallis, etc , music, and even philosophy.

Bruen grabs you by the throat and this story is nothing short of ass-kicking at its finest. Pulp poetry and it's sheer fun to read.

Apr 17, Sam Reaves rated it really liked it. Ken Bruen has the gift of making it sound easy: all you do is sit down and channel these South London criminal types, breezing through a few days of their chaotic lives and recording the wreckage, and Bob's your uncle.

The fluency and the concision are, of course, carefully crafted, and Bruen's poetic vocation shows. This is an inspired twist on Sunset Boulevard, with a just-released ex-con hired as handyman by a faded actress in a cavernous Holland Park mansion complete with shady butler.

Nothi Ken Bruen has the gift of making it sound easy: all you do is sit down and channel these South London criminal types, breezing through a few days of their chaotic lives and recording the wreckage, and Bob's your uncle.

Nothing good ensues. Bleak and black and often very funny. I bought this book on the strength of the movie and it's movie cover. I liked the film mostly for the acting , but I thought the ending sucked beyond belief.

I was curious about the novel. Let's clear this up straight away. If I was Ken Bruen, I'd be seriously offended someone bought the rights to my book and then CHA I bought this book on the strength of the movie and it's movie cover.

The book is written in a hip, flip, fast, short handed style, tons of dialogue and barely any description at all and though I enjoyed it at first like you enjoy an episode of Friends; light and not too taxing , by the time I got to halfway, with still no real insight into the bones of the story, and the second part called itself FINAL CURTAIN, I realised there would be NO depth to this book.

It's funny and violent but shallow. Murders, beatings, sex, etc, are tossed away with a sentence, as if none of it has any consequence at all.

If the author thinks so little of such events, why should we? If that was the point of the book, the character's emotional standpoint, it wasn't fully delivered The so called 'twist' was laughable.

Trying not to ruin anything, the tough 'smart' hero may not have asked why his partner in crime was such a turn coat but maybe why his partner in crime was so eager to help him in the first place?

For the writer; if you're going to preach about South East London criminal principles, remember the basic one, you trust NO ONE till they have proven themselves trustworthy.

Oh and the second one? See what happens I liked the style of this book at first but it's a loosely connected series of set pieces, witty one liners and explosive violence with no emotional pay off and very little intrigue.

A shame because I really wanted to like it. View all 5 comments. Jan 08, Jonfaith rated it liked it.

Bruen obviously knows his tradition. At one point in his reworking of Sunset Boulevard hence the title, saucy! James Ellroy makes an appearence, yeh, Ellroy himself appears just off stage.

References are made in almost every chapter to some noir classic. Such a homage creates its own set of problems, namely that the narrative is crowded out by the hall of fame tour.

Whie I was frustrated as hell during the first half of the novel detailing the protagonist's release from prison and his effo Mr. Whie I was frustrated as hell during the first half of the novel detailing the protagonist's release from prison and his efforts to reorient himself in society, the second proved easier to swallow.

Bruen does affect a style which often literarly cascades down the page. I can't say I hated such technique, I only wish there was more on display.

View 1 comment. Jun 14, Martyna rated it it was ok Shelves: irish-literature , owned-books. Lots of alcohol and brutality. I reached for this book because it has been on my shelf for a long time.

I bought it at a book sale. Now I understand why it went on it in first place. The book is about everyday's life of the main character, Mitchell.

The first pages could be easily shortened to , without any damage to the plot. The simplicity of the message contained in this book is staggering.

I wondered if the author's writing style was a bit different, a little more colorful, would I l Lots of alcohol and brutality. I wondered if the author's writing style was a bit different, a little more colorful, would I like this book more?

Jan 22, Roger rated it it was amazing. I thank my lucky stars for Ken Bruen. I was looking at a horrendous reading slump and had already trashed two books without finishing them when I picked up Bruen's London Boulevard.

This book is essentially Sunset Boulevard, through a glass darkly. I really enjoyed Mitchell the literate thug's many bookish references to favorite authors past, such as Charles Willeford-essentially a tip of the hat from one crime writer to other crime writers.

This book was dark high octane noir and a great read. Aug 25, Gary rated it it was amazing. He is just out of prison after three years of payback for a brutal beating he doesn't remember.

But best mate Billy Norton is waiting at the gate with a sweet setup for Mitch as the muscle for a loan shark. Though Mitchell's feeling are mixed.

While the perqs that come with the leg breaking are good, he'd just as soon skip another stay at the gray bar hotel. When a job as a live-in handy man for aging actress Lillian Palmer falls into "It's About Absolute Devastation" "Mitchell" is a hard guy.

When a job as a live-in handy man for aging actress Lillian Palmer falls into his lap, Mitchell takes a shot - if a somewhat tentative shot for the career criminal - at the straight and narrow.

From this backdrop, the prolific Ken Bruen literally rips out another savage crime novel with more grit than Jones Beach and Bruen's trademark black humor.

Lillian Palmer, deliciously demented and coming complete with a sexual appetite that belies her years, provides a bizarre twist to what otherwise may have been a pedestrian and often-told story of betrayal and retribution.

But the real brilliance in the author's twisted logic comes in the form of "Jordan", Palmer's mysterious butler who proves to be so much more.

Bruen's staccato dialogue and disregard for small annoyances like punctuation or other literary convention add to the quirky appeal of Mitchell and the eclectic cast of thugs and wankers that follow him through the pages of this razor-edged page turner, which should keep you guessing right up to the bloody last sentence.

Adding to Mitch's and Bruen's sandpaper charm is an uncongruous and unabashed love of crime fiction and the authors that pen them, with references to Andrew Vachss, Dennis LeHane, and other masters of crime who are liberally quoted and add credibility and depth to an already addictive storyline.

If you haven't read Bruen yet - an unforgivable injustice that he remains relatively unknown, at least on this side of the Atlantic - then "London Boulevard" is a great place to start what you can expect to be a long, entertaining, and brutal acquaintance Apr 29, Mark added it Shelves: crime-and-mystery.

I guess the only strike against it as a starting point for Bruen is that it's set in England not Ireland, but Bruen seems comfortable in both locales, and this book offers much of what you'll either really like or dislike about Bruen as a writer: quick, telegraphed prose with lots of white space on the page; melancholy interior monologues; wise-ass dialogue; lots of hip pop culture references; and a dark brooding Irish pessimism about life and human nature.

This is not the best Bruen I've read I am soon going to get back into the Taylor series , but is a solid and pleasing work of crime fiction and a real page-turner.

I have yet to see the film, but now I can. Reread it in November , to find the pleasure of reading again Yes, yess and yesss!

I just finished reading it, so excuse me I loved it. The language is not sophisticated, I love the writing style.

I was really in need of a book where the main character is tough, no kidding around. The whole book is manly and rough and the endin Reread it in November , to find the pleasure of reading again The whole book is manly and rough and the ending surprised me very much.

I thought I had it figured out but on the last couple of pages everything turned around. I can still remember the moments I've finished this book, I remember where I was and how it made me feel.

I think I'm going to read this again, soon. He met his friend and they live together. We estimate the Boulevard could save millions a year in public health benefits from more people walking and cycling; reduced collisions; less pollution etc.

We are currently working with local businesses to study freight servicing and loading needs. We aim to use the London Boulevard to develop innovative, class-leading solutions to the complex problems of providing for pedestrians, those cycling and businesses too, all while reducing emissions and motor vehicle movements in the area.

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We can transform a snarled up and polluted route, that connects the beating heart of East London's new industries with a revitalised West End, into a world class, living, breathing boulevard.

Good for Londoners, good for business, good for transport. This is a fantastic opportunity to create a flagship Healthy Street in central London linking up with the pedestrianisation of Oxford Street.

This is not only about improving the lives of everyone who commutes along this strategic route; it's about making the whole area a better place to live, work and enjoy.

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