Originaltitel: Road to Perdition IMDb Wikipedia Regie: Darsteller: Sam Mendes Regie Tom Hanks Michael Sullivan Paul Newman John Rooney Daniel Craig. Link zur IMDb (Internet Movie Database) "Road to Perdition" reiht sich perfekt in die Reihe guter Mafia Filme, wie Der Pate, Goodfellas oder auch Millers. Tom Hanks begibt sich in Sam Mendes' Gangster-Epos Road to Perdition, der Graphic IMDb Top ▻ Alle aktuellen und ehemaligen Filme der Topliste der.
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Aug 31, Sep 1, Sep 2, Labor Day. Sep 3, Sep 4, Sep 5, Sep 6, Sep 7, Sep 8, Sep 9, Sep 10, Sep 11, Sep 12, Sep 13, Sep 14, Sep 15, Sep 16, Sep 17, Sep 18, Sep 19, Sep 20, Sep 21, Sep 22, Sep 23, Sep 24, Sep 25, The story itself is deeply informed by the Lone Wolf and Cub manga series.
Novelist Max Allan Collins acknowledged the influence of Lone Wolf and Cub on his graphic novel Road to Perdition in an interview to the BBC, declaring that " Road To Perdition is 'an unabashed homage' to Lone Wolf and Cub ".
Some of the characters' names were slightly changed from their original versions from the graphic novel: the surname of the real-life gangsters John Looney and his son Connor were changed to Rooney, and the surname of Tom Hanks' character and his family was streamlined from the original O'Sullivan to simply Sullivan.
One significant addition to the script was the creation of Maguire to provide a persistent element of pursuit to the Sullivans' departure from the old world.
Hanks and cinematographer Conrad Hall requested Mendes to limit violence in the film to meaningful acts, rather than gratuitous carnage.
Hanks' character, Michael Sullivan, is known as "The Angel of Death" in the graphic novel and invokes fear in those around him, but his infamy is downplayed in the film.
Max Allan Collins originally wanted to write the adapted screenplay, but was not given the opportunity. Collins praised the addition of Maguire and considered the minimalist use of dialogue to be appropriate.
Collins opposed the profanity in the script, as the vulgar language did not fit his vision of the s. In the graphic novel, the son kills once, and in the film, he does not kill anyone.
Collins also disagreed with the narration technique of the film. In the novel, the son narrates the story as an adult, becoming a priest, while in the film, he narrates while still a young boy.
Tom Hanks was sent a copy of the graphic novel by Steven Spielberg while he was filming Cast Away. Initially too busy to make sense of the story, he later received David Self's adapted screenplay, to which he became attached.
Hanks, a father to four children, described Michael Sullivan's role, "I just got this guy. If you're a man, and you've got offspring Tyler Hoechlin was chosen from over 2, candidates to portray Michael Sullivan's son.
For scenes in which Hoechlin's character assisted his father as a getaway driver, Hoechlin was trained by a driving instructor.
Paul Newman was unanimously the first choice for the role of John Rooney. David Self, who created the Maguire character, explained, "He gets so jaded from exposure to this world, he steps over the line from being the storyteller to being the story maker.
Law's teeth also received a lower gumline and had a rotted look. Maguire's apartment also displays a collection of photographs of dead bodies, some of them actual police stills from the s.
Stanley Tucci was selective about roles in gangster films, believing that Hollywood stereotyped Italian-Americans as gangsters. However, attracted by the prospect of working with Mendes, the actor accepted the role of Nitti, a real-life Mob boss from Chicago.
Anthony LaPaglia was cast as Al Capone and filmed a single scene, which was omitted from the final cut,  and can be found in the DVD's deleted scenes.
Actor Alfred Molina was approached to portray Capone, but Molina was forced to turn the role down due to scheduling conflicts with Frida He chose to film Road to Perdition on location in Chicago, IL including downtown at the University Club of Chicago, the Chicago neighborhood of Pullman , the Charles G.
Dawes House in Evanston, Illinois , as well as the far west Chicago suburb of Geneva , Illinois. General Jones Armory , the state's largest location mainstay which houses units of the Illinois National Guard , was provided to the studio by the Illinois State Film Commission.
Sets were built inside the armory, including interiors of the Sullivan family's home and the Rooney mansion. The availability of an inside location provided the crew complete control over the lighting environment, which was established with the rigging of scaffoldings.
Sam Mendes . Mendes collaborated with costume designer Albert Wolsky, production designer Dennis Gassner , and cinematographer Conrad Hall to design the film's style.
Wolsky designed costumes that were "very controlled, with soft outlines and very soft silhouettes". Gassner built sets that could capture the cold look of the era.
Mendes sought a muted palette for the film, having dark backgrounds and sets with dark, muted greens and grays.
Mendes filmed Road to Perdition using the Super 35 format. The director filmed exterior scenes in Illinois in the winter and the spring of , using real weather conditions such as snow, rain, and mud for the scenes.
Mendes considered the usage of bleak weather conditions and the intended coldness of Gassner's exterior locations to define the characters' emotional states.
Pullman became a key location to reflect this theme, having several settings, including the town's historic Florence Hotel, easily redressed by the crew for the film.
To establish the lighting of scenes in Road to Perdition , Mendes drew from the paintings of Edward Hopper as a source of inspiration, particularly Hopper's New York Movie Mendes and cinematographer Conrad Hall sought to convey similar atmospheric lighting for the film's scenes, applying a "less is more" mantra.
Hall considered the technique to provide an emotional dimension to the scenes. The cinematographer also used unconventional techniques and materials to create unique lighting effects.
One of Hall's methods was to use black silk in daylight exterior scenes to filter the light enough to create an in-shade look.
Hall purposely distanced the camera from Hanks' character, Michael Sullivan Sr. A wide lens was used to maintain a distance from the character. Shots in the film were drawn directly from panels in the graphic novel, illustrated by Richard Piers Rayner.
An instance of the direct influence is the scene in which Michael Jr. A seamless second driving scene, in which Michael Sullivan and his son travel into Chicago from the countryside, was aided by visual effects.
The live-action part of the scene was filmed at LaSalle Street , and due to the lack of scenery for part of the drive down LaSalle Street, the background of Balbo Drive was included with the use of visual effects.
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Sam Mendes Richard D. Zanuck Dean Zanuck. A major error occurs during the hotel fight with Maguire Jude Law , just before Sullivan fires the 's slide is clearly locked back, indicating that the weapon is out of ammunition.
Slow motion shows Sullivan falling backwards and pulling the trigger, firing the last round and locking back the slide, however the sound of the shot doesn't come until a few moments later, making it appear that he fired the round with the slide locked back.
What is interesting is that Sullivan only fires four shots before his slide locks back which means he didn't top off his magazine before the encounter.
In some shots where an actor is required to fire the at close range to another actor, a "Non Gun" is substituted.
Non Guns are electronically-operated and discharge small explosive squibs that make a flash and produce smoke, but they do not eject shell casings or have any moving parts besides the trigger.
Sullivan can be seen using a non-gun during a confrontation with Connor Rooney Daniel Craig.