reż|dir Bennett Miller | US | 2014 | 129 min
prod|pro Bennett Miller scen|wr E. Max Frye, Dan Futterman zdj|ph Greig Fraser muz|mus Rob Simonsen mon|ed Conor O'Neill ob|cast Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, Sienna Miller dys|dis UIP
“Foxcatcher” isn't your regular sports flick. The genre is usually focused on male rivalry, blood, sweat, and tears, but in this case it's merely an excuse to outline the relations of the Schultz brothers – wrestlers and medallists of the Games in Los Angeles – and John du Pont, their megalomaniac, multimillionaire coach. In his film, Miller takes a close look at the fall of the American dream, at going mad because of the ruthless elite, and at the surprisingly up-to-date inequalities that are eating away at that society. Based on facts, the unorthodox story of the Schultz brothers leaves sports in the background. It poses relevant questions about the boundaries of healthy ambitions, about being reliant on someone else, and about the toll we must pay for our dreams.
2015 Golden Globe Awards – nominated for Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama (Steve Carell), and Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture (Mark Ruffalo)
2014 IFF in Cannes – Best Director, Palme d'Or nomination
1998 The Cruise