I nomadi (1960)

Regia: Fred Zinnemann |
Paddy Carmody vive in Australia, ma è di origine irlandese. Trasporta greggi in giro per il Paese, insieme con la moglie Ida e il figlio Sean. Quando la famiglia sosta accanto a una fattoria in vendita la donna convince il marito ad acquistarla. In un primo momento le cose vanno bene, ma poi la sorte, sotto forma del demone del gioco, li spinge di nuovo a scegliere la vita errabonda.

Generi: Dramma | Avventura |
Paesi: United Kingdom |
Tag: sheep | based on novel or book | family | australian outback | 1920s | sheep shearing |

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Ida Carmody: This is a good country for sheep and it's not bad for men, but it's hard on us women. The men come here because of the sheep, and we come here because of the men, and most of us finish up looking like the sheep. Wrinkled faces, knotty hair, and not even much of a mind of our own. Dettaglio
Sean Carmody: [on hearing Venneker had been a ship's captain] Why'd you leave? Rupert Venneker: My stomach. I was a notoriously bad sailor. Sean Carmody: Dad says you must have been a better sailor than you are a horseman. Rupert Venneker: What the devil is he talking about? I was cashiered from the 17th Lancers before he knew one end of a horse from the other! NOT that he does now! Hah! Sean Carmody: What does cashiered mean? Rupert Venneker: Uh - kind of promotion from the army into civilian life. Dettaglio
Sean Carmody: Gee, it's gonna be fun. This is the first time I've ever been away from home. Shearer: What, with your mom and dad not fifty yards outside that window, and you call that being away from home? Rupert Venneker: Certainly. Being out in the world is a state of mind, not of geography. The distance between that tent and this bunker is the longest journey you will ever make in your life. Dettaglio

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After Ida and Sean cross the bridge to escape the fire, they look into the flames for Paddy. Through the smoke, a man can be seen tending the fire. Dettaglio
During the shearing contest, at the first break, Paddy (Robert Mitchum) collapses onto his seat, and his opponent is shown in the background getting his pipe out of his pocket, lighting up, and smoking. Then the camera cuts to a closeup of the opponent, and he again is shown getting his pipe out and lighting up. Dettaglio
When the camera shows the list of workers, the date on the top of the board states "Wednesday, May 17, 1928". May 17, 1928 was a Thursday. Dettaglio

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