The Doors ☆ Oliver Stone ☆ (1991) V.O. & V.F.-FULL ORIGINAL MOVIE


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by Oliver StonePublication date 1991Topics The DoorsOliver StoneVal KilmerKyle MacLachlanKathleen QuinlanKevin DillonMeg RyanClassique RockRockBritish InvasionRock MovieRock n’ RollBluesBubblesTities & Beers

The Doors ☆ Oliver Stone ☆ V.O. & V.F. ☆ 1991

Les Doors est un film américain réalisé par Oliver Stone, sorti en 1991. Il relate l’histoire du groupe The Doors et de leur leader Jim Morrison, de leurs débuts jusqu’à la mort de leur chanteur. Le scénario a été écrit par Oliver Stone et Randall Johnson.

Le film commence sur l’enregistrement de Morrison, An American Prayer: Jim Morrison et la trame narrative évolue rapidement vers des souvenirs d’enfance où la famille Morrison roule le long d’une autoroute en plein désert. Jim enfant voit un vieil indien en train de mourir sur le bord de la route. Puis, plus tard, on revoit Morrison en Californie et son assimilation à la culture de Venice Beach dans les années 1960. Suivent ensuite ses années d’études à l’UCLA, la rencontre avec sa petite amie Pamela Courson, sa première rencontre avec Ray Manzarek, les origines de la formation du groupe The Doors constitué de Morrison, Manzarek, Robby Krieger et John Densmore.

Morrison arrive à convaincre les membres du groupe d’aller à la Vallée de la Mort pour expérimenter les effets de drogues psychédéliques. De retour à Los Angeles, ils effectuent plusieurs spectacles dans le fameux night-club, Whisky a Go Go et se crée un fan-club fidèle. Le jeu de scène et les occasionnelles improvisations lyriques de Morrison mettent hors d’eux les propriétaires de Club. Cependant la popularité du groupe ne cesse de croître.

Le succès devient énorme et Morrison commence à avoir une fascination narcissique de sa propre image. Il se définit comme “Le Roi Lézard” (The Lizard King) et cela dégénére dans un alcoolisme et une toxicomanie chronique. En sombrant de plus en plus dans l’alcoolisme, il enchaîne les conquêtes, notamment avec Patricia Kennealy, une journaliste rock mystique impliquée dans la sorcellerie. Le reste du groupe commence à avoir de plus en plus de ressentiment vis-à-vis de Morrison à cause de ses absences aux enregistrements ou aux concerts. Le point de rupture est atteint à un concert à Miami, en Floride où il se met à insulter le public et à montrer ses parties génitales. Il en résulte une vraie tension au sein du groupe et, de plus, Morrison doit faire face à un procès pour exhibitionnisme.

En 1971, Courson trouve Jim Morrison mort dans son bain à Paris, à l’âge de 27 ans. Pamela Courson meurt de manière similaire trois ans plus tard d’une overdose, aussi à l’âge de 27 ans. La scène finale du film montre la tombe de Morrison au cimetière du Père-Lachaise pendant que se joue en arrière-plan A Feast of Friends. Juste avant le générique, un texte apparaît expliquant que « Jim Morrison est mort d’une attaque cardiaque. Il avait 27 ans. Pam le rejoignit trois ans plus tard ».

Durant le générique, le groupe est montré en train d’enregistrer la chanson L.A. Woman en studio.

Titre original: The Doors
Réalisation: Oliver Stone
Scénario: Randall Johnson, Oliver Stone

Cast:

Val Kilmer
Kyle MacLachlan
Kathleen Quinlan
Kevin Dillon
Meg Ryan

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The Doors is a 1991 American biographical musical film directed by Oliver Stone who also wrote with J. Randal Johnson. The film stars Val Kilmer as lead singer and songwriter Jim MorrisonMeg Ryan as Pamela Courson (Morrison’s girlfriend), Kyle MacLachlan as keyboardist Ray ManzarekFrank Whaley as lead guitarist Robby KriegerKevin Dillon as drummer John DensmoreBilly Idol as Cat and Kathleen Quinlan as journalist Patricia Kennealy. The film tells the story of the rock band The Doors, which emphasizes the life of its lead singer, Jim Morrison.The film portrays Morrison as a larger-than-life icon of 1960s rock and roll and counterculture, including portrayals of Morrison’s recreational drug use, free love, hippie lifestyle, alcoholism, interest in hallucinogenic drugs as entheogens, and, particularly, his growing obsession with death, presented as threads which weave in and out of the film. The Doors grossed $34 million worldwide against its $32 million production budget.

In 1949, young Jim Morrison and his family are traveling on a desert highway where they encounter an auto wreck and see an elderly Native American dying by the roadside. In 1965, Jim arrives in California and is assimilated into the Venice Beach culture. During his tenure studying at UCLA, he meets his future girlfriend, Pamela Courson. He also meets Ray Manzarek for the first time, as well as Robby Krieger and John Densmore, all of whom form the Doors with Morrison.

Jim convinces his bandmates to travel to Death Valley and experience the effects of psychedelic drugs. Returning to Los Angeles, they play several shows at the famous Whisky a Go Go nightclub and develop a rabid fanbase. Jim’s onstage antics and lewd performance of the group’s song “The End” upset the club’s owners, and the band is ejected from the venue. After the show, they are approached by producer Paul A. Rothchild and Jac Holzman of Elektra Records and are offered a deal to record their first album. The Doors are soon invited to perform on The Ed Sullivan Show, only to be told by one of the producers that they must change the lyric “girl we couldn’t get much higher” in the song “Light My Fire“, due to a possible reference to drugs. Despite this, Morrison performs the original lyric during the live broadcast and the band is not allowed to perform on the show again.

As the Doors’ success continues, Jim becomes increasingly infatuated with his own image as “The Lizard King” and develops an addiction to alcohol and drugs. Jim meets Patricia Kennealy, a rock journalist involved in witchcraft, and participates in mystical ceremonies with her, including a handfasting ceremony. Meanwhile, an elder spirit watches these events.

The rest of the band grows weary of Jim’s missed recording sessions and absences at concerts. Jim arrives late to a Miami, Florida concert, becoming increasingly confrontational towards the audience and allegedly exposing himself onstage. The incident is a low point for the band, resulting in criminal charges against Jim, cancellations of shows, breakdowns in Jim’s personal relationships, and resentment from the other band members.

In 1970, following a lengthy trial, Jim is found guilty of indecent exposure and ordered to serve time in prison. However, he is allowed to remain free on bail, pending the results of an appeal. Patricia tells Jim that she is pregnant with his child, but Jim convinces her to have an abortion. Jim visits his bandmates for the final time, attending a birthday party hosted by Ray where he wishes the band luck in their future endeavors and gives each of them a copy of his poetry book An American Prayer. As Jim plays in the front garden with the children, he sees that one of them is his childhood self and comments, “This is the strangest life I’ve ever known” (a lyric from the Doors song “Waiting for the Sun”).

In 1971, Jim and Pam move to Paris, France to escape the pressures of the L.A. lifestyle. One evening, Pam finds Jim dead in the bathtub of their apartment. The film’s final scenes before the credits roll are of Jim’s gravesite in Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, while “The Severed Garden (Adagio)” (from An American Prayer) plays in the background. Just before the closing credits, the screen whites out and text appears stating that “Jim Morrison is said to have died of heart failure. He was 27. Pam joined him three years later.”

During the closing credits, the band is shown recording the song

L.A. Woman” in the studio.

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