Title
The social network
Director
David Fincher
Based on the work of
Ben Mezrich
Composer
Trent Reznor Atticus Ross
Actor
Jesse Eisenberg Andrew Garfield Justin Timberlake 1981- Armie Hammer Max Minghella
Language
English
Publisher
Sony, 2011
1 dvd-video + bonus-dvd-video
Recording date
2010
Playing time
115 min.
Note
Taalkeuze: Engels, Frans Ondertiteling: Nederlands, Frans, Engels, Arabisch, Deens, Fins, Hindi, Noors, Zweeds
EAN
8712609668711

Reviews

Een drama uit 2010 van David Fincher (The curious case of Benjamin Button; Fight Club) over de beginjaren van de succesvolle sociale netwerksite Facebook. Harvard-student Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) en zijn vrienden legden in 2004 de basis voor Facebook. Dit verhaal wordt in flashbacks verteld, rondom de rechtszaken die Zuckerberg en voormalige vrienden en medewerkers voerden over het (intellectuele) eigendom en de bijbehorende financiële vergoedingen van de website. Bor Beekman (Volkskrant 28-10-'10): '(...) The Social Network is niet overdreven geromantiseerd, computer-lingo en algoritmes worden niet versimpeld, en de personages - op zanger Justin Timberlake na gespeeld door relatief onbekende acteurs - zijn even weinig eenduidig als mensen van vlees en bloed. (...)'. Ab Zagt (Algemeen Dagblad 28-10-'10) vindt de film 'meeslepend', met 'uitgekiende dialogen: 'Het verbale geweld is door Fincher in strak geregisseerde scènes verwerkt, waardoor zijn film een ongekend tempo heeft …Read more

About David Fincher

CC BY 2.0 - Image by Elen Nivrae from Paris, France

David Andrew Leo Fincher (born August 28, 1962) is an American film director. Known for his psychological thrillers, his films have received thirty nominations at the Academy Awards including two for him as Best Director.

Born in Denver, Colorado, Fincher developed a passion for filmmaking at an early age. He first gained recognition from directing numerous music videos, most notably Madonna's "Express Yourself" in 1989 and "Vogue" in 1990, both of which won him the MTV Video Music Award for Best Direction. He made his feature film debut with Alien 3 (1992), which garnered mixed reviews, followed by the thriller Seven (1995), which was better received. Fincher found lukewarm success with The Game (1997) and Fight Club (1999), with the latter eventually becoming a cult classic. In 2002, he returned to prominence with the thriller, Panic Room, starring Jodie Foster.

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