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La noche más oscura

La noche más oscura
La noche más oscura Rating: 86 out of 100 based on 38 reviews.

En 2003, Maya (Jessica Chastain) es una joven agente de la CIA que se ha pasado toda su carrera breve centrada únicamente en la inteligencia relacionada con el lider de Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden (Ricky Sekhom). Maya ha sido reasignada a trabajar con el compañero oficial de la embajada de EE.UU., Dan (Jason Clarke) en Pakistán. Durante los primeros meses de su asignación, Maya a menudo acompaña a Dan a un lugar negro para su interrogatorio continuo en Ammar (Reda Kateb), un detenido con enlaces a varios terroristas saudíes. Dan le somete a tortura y humillación, y él y Maya eventualmente le hacen truco a Ammar para que divulguen que un viejo conocido con el alias Abu Ahmed al-Kuwaiti está trabajando como mensajero personal de Bin Laden. Otros detenidos corroboran esto, con algunos diciendo que entrega los mensajes entre bin Laden y Abu Faraj al-Libbi. Poco después de los atentados de Londres 2005, Abu Faraj es detenido por la CIA y la policía local en Pakistán. Maya interroga a Abu Faraj y le ha torturado, pero él sigue negando saber nunca un correo con ese nombre. Esto es interpretado por Maya como Abu Faraj esta tratando de ocultar la verdadera importancia de Abu Ahmed.

Maya investiga a Abu Ahmed por los próximos cinco años, decidida a utilizar para encontrar a Bin Laden. A lo largo de ese período, ella sobrevive al bombardeo del Islamabad Marriott Hotel de 2008, así como un ataque a su vida fuera de la embajada de armadas anti-americanas paquistaníes. Su amiga y compañera oficial Jessica (Jennifer Ehle) es asesinada en el ataque de Camp Chapman en 2009. Un detenido luego afirma que el hombre de una fotografía previamente identificado por otro detenido como Abu Ahmed es de un hombre que él personalmente enterro después de la Batalla de Tora Bora, lo que lleva a varios agentes de la CIA a la conclusión de que el hombre que podría ser Abu Ahmed murió hace mucho tiempo. Un analista de la CIA investiga archivos marroquí de inteligencia y sugiere a Maya que Abu Ahmed es en realidad Ibrahim Sayeed. Maya está de acuerdo y contacta a Dan, que ahora trabaja en la sede de la CIA. Maya teoriza que supone que la fotografía de la CIA de Abu Ahmed era en realidad ell hermano de Ibrahim Sayeed de Habib, quien fue asesinado en efecto en Tora Bora y tenía un asombroso parecido a Ibrahim. Dan utiliza fondos de la CIA para comprar un Lamborghini por un hombre de negocios de Kuwait a cambio de que el número de teléfono de la madre de Sayeed. Las llamadas a la madre son entonces rastreadas, y el uso de una llamada particular de Tradecraft para evitar ser capturado en persona conduce a Maya para creer que la persona que llama es Abu Ahmed. Numerosos agentes de la CIA finalmente localizan a Abu Ahmed en su vehículo y realizan un seguimiento de él en un gran complejo suburbano en Abottobad, Pakistán.

El complejo es sometido a estrecha vigilancia durante varios meses, pero la presencia de Bin Laden no puede ser probada directamente. Mientras tanto, el presidente de las tareas de asesor de seguridad nacional de la CIA con subir con un plan para capturar o matar a Bin Laden si estuviera realmente en el compuesto. Idean utilizar dos helicópteros furtivos de alto secreto desarrollados en el Área 51 para entrar secretamente en Pakistán llevando US Navy SEALs de DEVGRU para que puedan llevar a cabo una incursión militar en el recinto. Antes de la conferencia del presidente Barack Obama, el director de la CIA Leon Panetta celebra una reunión donde sus funcionarios evaluan que sólo un 60% de posibilidades de que viva Bin Laden en el complejo. Maya afirma con seguridad que lo más probable es 100%. El ataque es aprobado, y se lleva a cabo el 2 de mayo de 2011. Los SEALs en última instancia, encuentran a Bin Laden en el nivel superior del complejo y le disparan a matar. Ellos traen su cuerpo a una base de EE.UU. en Jalalabad, Afganistán, donde Maya le espera. Ella considera que el cuerpo y visualmente confirma que es Bin Laden. Maya está próxima visto subiendo a un militar C-130 como su único pasajero. A medida que la rampa de carga se cierra y el avión se prepara para el despegue, Maya empieza a llorar.

Interpretación
Kyle Chandler

Joseph Bradley
Wahab Sheikh

Detainee on Monitor
Alexander Karim

Detainee on Monitor
Nabil Elouahabi

Detainee on Monitor
Aymen Hamdouchi

Detainee on Monitor
Simon Abkarian

Detainee on Monitor
Ali Marhyar

Interrogator on Monitor
Parker Sawyers

Interrogator on Monitor
Producción
Director:Kathryn Bigelow
Producer:Kathryn Bigelow (producer)
Mark Boal (producer)
Megan Ellison (producer)
Tabrez Noorani (line producer: India)
Pravesh Sahni (associate producer: India)
Ted Schipper (executive producer)
Greg Shapiro (executive producer)
Colin Wilson (executive producer)
Matthew Budman (co-producer)
Jonathan Leven (co-producer)
David Ticotin (associate producer)
Writer:Mark Boal (written by)
Valoraciones de La noche más oscura
iHaveNet.com
To consider what director Kathryn Bigelow has accomplished in "Zero Dark Thirty," imagine the events depicted by the story if they'd been given the "Argo" treatment.
Fresno Bee
"Zero Dark Thirty" (a military term that means 30 minutes past midnight), the new film from Oscar-wining director Kathryn Bigelow, offers a detailed -- very detailed -- accounting of the years the CIA spent following every tiny lead in their quest to find
Leer crítica10 ene 2013
Reel Views
Zero Dark Thirty is a compelling contemporary thriller with the added benefit of also being an engrossing character study. Like Argo, it interweaves elements of the historical record with fictional embellishments and speculation to create a...
Leer crítica18 dic 2012
Fan The Fire
The pre-release build-up to Zero Dark Thirty, Kathryn Bigelow’s follow-up to Oscar-winning thriller The Hurt Locker, has, particularly in the American media, been laden with controversy, but in actual fact there is little controversial about the film...
Leer crítica21 ene 2013
Cinema Crazed
I love the storytelling and directorial subtleties of Kathryn Bigelow in her concerted effort to explore the folly of war and violence in the name of patriotism. In the end of the film Maya stands in the belly of a massive jet that is ready to carry...
Leer crítica23 feb 2013
Noticias
La Asociación de Críticos de Los Ángeles, los Críticos Online de Nueva York y la Sociedad de Críticos de Boston ya han repartido sus premios anuales. En el primer caso, el de la Mejor Película ha recaído en “Amor (Amour)”, mientras que en los dos últimos
Joaquín R. Fernández (labutaca.net) - 2012-12-10
No hay duda de que “La noche más oscura (Zero dark thirty)” es uno de los largometrajes favoritos para hacerse con las estatuillas más importantes de la próxima edición de los Oscars®. Prueba de ello es que la National Board of Review, una asociación de N
Joaquín R. Fernández (labutaca.net) - 2012-12-08
Valoraciones de La noche más oscura
iHaveNet.com
To consider what director Kathryn Bigelow has accomplished in "Zero Dark Thirty," imagine the events depicted by the story if they'd been given the "Argo" treatment.
Fresno Bee
"Zero Dark Thirty" (a military term that means 30 minutes past midnight), the new film from Oscar-wining director Kathryn Bigelow, offers a detailed -- very detailed -- accounting of the years the CIA spent following every tiny lead in their quest to find
Leer crítica10 ene 2013
Reel Views
Zero Dark Thirty is a compelling contemporary thriller with the added benefit of also being an engrossing character study. Like Argo, it interweaves elements of the historical record with fictional embellishments and speculation to create a...
Leer crítica18 dic 2012
Fan The Fire
The pre-release build-up to Zero Dark Thirty, Kathryn Bigelow’s follow-up to Oscar-winning thriller The Hurt Locker, has, particularly in the American media, been laden with controversy, but in actual fact there is little controversial about the film...
Leer crítica21 ene 2013
Cinema Crazed
I love the storytelling and directorial subtleties of Kathryn Bigelow in her concerted effort to explore the folly of war and violence in the name of patriotism. In the end of the film Maya stands in the belly of a massive jet that is ready to carry...
Leer crítica23 feb 2013
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
There is a disquieting storm surrounding the new film about the hunt for Osama bin Laden. Kathryn Bigelow (THE HURT LOCKER) explores the ten year search for the man held responsible for the devastating tragedy that took place at the World Trade Center...
Leer crítica12 feb 2013
Aisle Seat
Zero Dark Thirty opens with two full minutes of 911 calls made on September 11 playing over a black screen. I'd never heard some of these recordings before, and they're chilling. Beginning the film in such a manner accomplishes two things: it...
RedEye
Ben Affleck’s widely praised Oscar contender is plenty entertaining, but its sense of place and investigative detail don’t come within miles of the immersive power of “Zero Dark Thirty,” director Kathryn Bigelow’s and her “Hurt Locker” writer...
Leer crítica18 dic 2012
MediaMikes
The last time director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal teamed up they created a little film called “The Hurt Locker,” a movie that went on to not only win the Best Picture Academy Award but Oscars for both Boal and Bigelow, making her the...
Leer crítica10 ene 2013
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
Zero Dark Thirty is a different kind of action movie, a different kind of drama. It has the realism of a documentary and intimacy of cinéma vérité, a form of documentary that draws directly from life.
Leer crítica2 abr 2013
Movies.com
But you probably knew that already. No matter how little actual useful information it yielded, the United States set aside international laws and tortured detained terror suspects in the process of tracking down Osama bin Laden.
Sacramento News & Review
Unavoidably the movie of the year, Kathryn Bigelow’s controversial quasi-journalistic thriller, dramatized from original reporting by screenwriter Mark Boal, surveys the decade-long quest to bring down Osama bin Laden.
Leer crítica10 ene 2013
Orlando Weekly
Kathryn Bigelow's cinematic version of the U.S. military's absurdly protracted 10-year hunt for Osama bin Laden is not exactly what you might expect. Mark Boal (The Hurt Locker), Bigelow's frequent screenwriter-collaborator, crafts the film as...
Leer crítica9 ene 2013
LarsenOnFilm
That's the crucial question for this sprawling espionage film, which dramatizes the hunt for Osama bin Laden from the days following the 9/11 attacks to the bullets that left him dead on May 2, 2011.
Mark Reviews Movies
For now, here is the defining film about whatever the so-called "War on Terror" is. Zero Dark Thirty tells the story of the decade-long hunt for Osama bin Laden in intricate detail, from the confounding early years of the "enhanced interrogation"...
Leer crítica18 dic 2012
Christian Science Monitor
Kathryn Bigelow’s troubling, infuriating “Zero Dark Thirty” is about Maya (Jessica Chastain), a CIA agent whose obsessive single-mindedness eventually lands Osama bin Laden in a body bag. Like Ahab, she is fixated on her prey to the exclusion of all else.
Leer crítica14 dic 2012
Cole Smithey
Kathryn Bigelow’s cinematic version of the U.S. military’s absurdly protracted ten-year hunt for Osama bin Laden is not what you would expect. Bigelow’s frequent screenwriter collaborator, and former war reporter, Mark Boal (“The Hurt Locker”) crafts...
Leer crítica28 nov 2012
New York Post
Any smart woman who’s ever coped with a condescending male boss will relate to Kathryn Bigelow’s riveting thriller “Zero Dark Thirty,’’ — even if it takes place at a workplace where torture is routine and the heroine’s spent a decade targeting Osama...
Leer crítica18 dic 2012
ComingSoon.net
There are many questions and just as many expectations about director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter/producer Mark Boal's follow-up to the Oscar-winning "The Hurt Locker," possibly too many to answer in a review without spoiling the experience.
filmjabber
Osama bin Laden meets his match in Zero Dark Thirty, a detailed and mesmerizing account of the 10-year manhunt for the al Qaeda leader. Director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal, in their follow-up to 2008's Academy Award-winning The Hurt...
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow traces the hunt for Osama Bin Laden in this satisfying revenge thriller. Collaborating again with investigative journalist/screenwriter Mark Boal, Bigelow not only matches but exceeds the tension and suspense she...
Leer crítica11 dic 2012
CinemaBlend.com
The scene you may be expecting from Zero Dark Thirty comes at the very end of the nearly three-hour film, as director Kathryn Bigelow precisely recreated the raid on the house in Pakistan that led to the Navy SEAL team assassinating Osama bin Laden.
Monsters and Critics
Kathryn Bigelow’s heroic efforts to get this film made have paid off – Zero Dark Thirty is a compelling, nerve wracking and utterly necessary three hour journey into the darkness of America’s war of terror.
Leer crítica19 dic 2012
The A.V. Club
Before Zero Dark Thirty had so much as a title—and even once it was made, but before many had seen it—both sides of the political spectrum ignited with speculation over how The Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal would frame the...
Leer crítica18 dic 2012
HollywoodChicago.com
Kathryn Bigelow opens her stunning “Zero Dark Thirty” with a date and a series of voice mail recordings. The date is, of course, September 11, 2001 and the recordings are the ghosts of the people who died that day, perfectly setting the stakes for the...
Leer crítica10 dic 2012
Slant Magazine
The song that's blasting when two CIA operatives (Jason Clarke and Jessica Chastain) enter a secret prison black site in Pakistan to roust a battered, sleep-deprived detainee (Reda Kateb) is "Pavlov's Dogs" by New Jersey hardcore band Rorschach—a song...
Leer crítica12 dic 2012
Entertainment Weekly
Once in a long while, a fresh-from-the-headlines movie — like All the President's Men or United 93 — fuses journalism, procedural high drama, and the oxygenated atmosphere of a thriller into a new version of history written with lightning.
Leer crítica13 dic 2012
MovieXclusive.com
For a thriller in which you already know the ending, ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ is impossibly riveting. Kathryn Bigelow’s followup after her Academy-Award winning ‘The Hurt Locker’ sees her reuniting with writer Mark Boal to tell the story of the manhunt...
Kc
'เมื่อความเสี่ยงในการกระทำเอาชนะความเสี่ยงของการไม่กระทำ' Zero Dark Thirty ผลงานกำกับของ Kathryn Bigelow จาก The Hurt Locker ถามผู้ชมต่อสถานการณ์แบ่งฝ่ายอย่างชัดเจน ซึ่งงานนี้เธอก็สามารถสร้างความเหนือชั้นได้มากกว่าครั้งก่อน นี่เป็นการเล่าจากประสบการณ์...
Leer crítica17 ene 2013
ABC Radio (Australia)
You don't have to watch Zero Dark Thirty for long to realise what all the controversy is about. The opening scene shows a CIA agent (Australian actor Jason Clarke) torturing an Al Qaeda suspect.
Leer crítica29 ene 2013
canada.com
“Zero dark thirty” is military jargon for the darkest time of night: 12:30 a.m. when, on May 2, 2011, U.S. forces stormed the Pakistan compound of Osama bin Laden and assassinated him. “Geronimo,” one of them reported from the raid. “For God and country.
Leer crítica10 ene 2013
IBNLive
Shooting the film with a documentary-like urgency, Bigelow goes for a tone that's real and believable. Along with screenwriter Mark Boal, she navigates a landscape far tougher than their Oscar-winning last film The Hurt Locker.
Leer crítica16 feb 2013
India Today
Kathryn Bigelow's Oscar-contender casts Jessica Chastain as CIA operative Maya, self-described "motherf***** who found the place" where Osama bin Laden was hiding. The usually softspoken Maya makes that brazen declaration while introducing herself to...
Leer crítica15 feb 2013
Empire
Gripping throughout, with an impressive central performance, this is like a Dogme 95 redo of a Chuck Norris film — by heroic effort, the good guys find and kill a bad guy. How you feel about that is something Bigelow leaves you to decide.
Express.co.uk
JUST two years after the death of Osama Bin Laden comes Zero Dark Thirty, the story of the decade long-hunt for the world’s most wanted man and the extraordinary challenges involved in locating and killing him.
Leer crítica25 ene 2013
QNetwork Entertainment
The fact that commentators, pundits, and politicians on both sides of the political spectrum are condemning Zero Dark Thirty, Kathryn Bigelow’s gripping hunt-for-Osama bin Laden procedural, is a sure sign that she and journalist-turned-screenwriter...
The Sydney Morning Herald
In this remarkable invocation of the pursuit and killing of Osama bin Laden, director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal show you everything and tell you nothing. As the movie crosses a violent decade, it gains fearsome momentum, but never...
Leer crítica27 ene 2013
Boston Phoenix
Zero Dark Thirty begins in terror and ends in despair. The first image is a black screen with the date "September 11, 2001," and a background sound of panicked, doomed voices on cell phones. The last shot is of one person in tears.
Leer crítica31 dic 2012
Shadows on the Wall
Zero Dark Thirty It's difficult to tell whether this film is celebrating or criticising 10 years of illegal American activity abroad. Certainly the characters are all true believers, only occasionally worrying whether their methods cross a line.
Leer crítica8 dic 2012
Time Out London
In 20 years time, when we look back at the ‘War on Terror’, I wonder if we’ll half-remember it through the filter of two war movies by director Kathryn Bigelow and reporter-turned-screenwriter Mark Boal? Their 2009 Oscar-winner ‘The Hurt Locker’...
Interpretación
Jessica Chastain...Maya
Jason Clarke...Dan
Reda Kateb...Ammar
Kyle Chandler...Joseph Bradley
Jennifer Ehle...Jessica
Harold Perrineau...Jack
Jeremy Strong...Thomas
J.J. Kandel...J.J.
Wahab Sheikh...Detainee on Monitor
Alexander Karim...Detainee on Monitor
Nabil Elouahabi...Detainee on Monitor
Aymen Hamdouchi...Detainee on Monitor
Simon Abkarian...Detainee on Monitor
Ali Marhyar...Interrogator on Monitor
Parker Sawyers...Interrogator on Monitor
Scott Adkins...John
Mark Strong...George
Taylor Kinney...Jared - DEVGRU
Edgar Ramírez...Larry from Ground Branch
Frank Grillo...Squadron Commanding Officer
Mark Duplass...Steve
Stephen Dillane...National Security Advisor
James Gandolfini...C.I.A. Director
Mark Valley...C-130 Pilot
Fredric Lehne...The Wolf
Fares Fares...Hakim
Callan Mulvey...Saber - DEVGRU
Daniel Lapaine...Tim - Station Chief
Jessica Collins...Debbie
Mike Colter...Mike - DEVGRU
Nash Edgerton...Nate - DEVGRU EOD
Ben Lambert...N.S.A. Tech
Julian Lewis Jones...Blackwater Guard
Martin Delaney...Assistant to National Security Advisor
Akin Gazi...Interrogator on Monitor
John Schwab...Deputy National Security Advisor
Christian Contreras...C.I.A. Security
Henry Garrett...Bagram Guard
David Menkin...Case Officer
Jeff Mash...Deputy Director of C.I.A.
Ricky Sekhon...UBL
Phil Somerville...Phil - DEVGRU
Alex Corbet Burcher...DEVGRU Operator
Yoav Levi...Abu Faraj al-Libbi
Derek Siow...Interrogator on Monitor
Christopher Stanley...Admiral Bill McCraven
Barrie Rice...DEVGRU Operator
Alan Pietruszewski...Pilot
Benjamin John Parrillo...Pilot
John Antonini...Analyst at Embassy
Kevin LaRosa Jr....Pilot
Mohammad K....Cargo Ship Detainee
Homayoun Ershadi...Hassan Ghul
Darshan Aulakh...Pakistani Detention Center Guard
Navdeep Singh...Faraj Courier
Sukhdeep Singh...Pakistani Guard at Marriott
Musa Sattari...Human Khalil al-Balawi
Eyad Zoubi...Zied
Lauren Shaw...Lauren
Zachary Becker...Embassy Tech
Ashraf Telfah...Kuwaiti Businessman
Jonathan Olley...Tech from Ground Branch
Manraaj Singh...Rawal Caller
Tushaar Mehra...Abu Ahmed
Udayan Baijal...Guard at Maya's Apartment
Nabil Koni...Pakistani Doctor
Anthony Edridge...General in Hangar
John Barrowman...Jeremy
Siaosi Fonua...Henry - DEVGRU
Brett Praed...DEVGRU Operator
Aron Eastwood...DEVGRU Operator
Heemi Browstow...DEVGRU Operator
Chris Scarf...DEVGRU Operator
Robert Young...DEVGRU Operator
Spencer Coursen...DEVGRU Operator
Chris Perry...DEVGRU Operator
Robert G. Eastman...DEVGRU Operator
Tim Martin...DEVGRU Operator
Mitchell Hall...DEVGRU Operator
M.D. Selig...Pilot
Hadeel Shqair...Abu Ahmed's Wife
Noureddine Haijjoujou...Abrar
Nour Alkawaja...Abrar's Wife
Malika Sayd...UBL Wife
Siham Rida...UBL Wife
Zalfa Seurat...UBL Wife
Tarick Hadouch...Khalid
Monia Moula...UBL Wife
Lee Asquith-Coe...Sean Cohen (uncredited)
Shabana Azmi...(uncredited)
Josh Kelly...(uncredited)
Greg Bennett...CIA Agent (uncredited)
Nathan Nolan...Prince Pilot 52 (uncredited)
Sean Mahon...(uncredited)
Nick Donald...CIA Agent (uncredited)
Jo Hart...CIA Operative (uncredited)
Senem Temiz...CIA Agent (uncredited)
Alan D. Purwin...Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
George Russo...(uncredited)
Omid Zader...Shooter #1 (uncredited)
Jasper Salon...CIA Tech (uncredited)
James Garson Chick...Navy Seal (uncredited)
Damien Moreno...Shooter #2 (uncredited)
Michael C. Pierce...American Businessman (uncredited)
Grant Chism...CIA Employee (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Kathryn Bigelow
Producer:Kathryn Bigelow (producer)
Mark Boal (producer)
Megan Ellison (producer)
Tabrez Noorani (line producer: India)
Pravesh Sahni (associate producer: India)
Ted Schipper (executive producer)
Greg Shapiro (executive producer)
Colin Wilson (executive producer)
Matthew Budman (co-producer)
Jonathan Leven (co-producer)
David Ticotin (associate producer)
Writer:Mark Boal (written by)
Composer:Alexandre Desplat
Cinematographer:Greig Fraser (director of photography)
Editing:William Goldenberg
Dylan Tichenor
Casting:Mark Bennett
Richard Hicks
Gail Stevens
Production Design:Jeremy Hindle
Art Director:Ben Collins
Rod McLean (supervising art director)
Set Decorator:Lisa Chugg
Costume Design:George L. Little
Makeup:Daniel Parker (key makeup designer)
Virginia Holmes (key makeup artist: India)
Lesley Smith (key makeup artist)
Nada Alagha (assistant makeup artist: Jordan)
Renata Gilbert (key makeup artist: second unit)
Yelka Gutierrez (makeup artist: Jordan)
Mahmoud Karjoghly (hairdresser: Jordan)
Natasha Nikolic (makeup artist)
Production Management:Kaushik Guha (production manager: India)
Angela Quiles (production supervisor: Jordan)
Chanpreet Singh (unit manager (uncredited)
Philie Naughten (production manager: Jordan)
Jennifer Teves (production supervisor: additional photography (uncredited)
James Masi (post-production supervisor (uncredited)
Colin Wilson (unit production manager)
Gabbah Naw Afleh (unit manager: Jordan)
Rajeev Mehra (unit production manager: India)
Charlie Simpson (unit manager: UK)
Compañía
Production Studio:Annapurna Pictures
Columbia Pictures
United States19 dic 2012
France23 ene 2013
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