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Tópico em 'O Senhor dos Anéis - os Filmes' iniciado por Largo Cavafundo, 20 Fev 2002.

  1. Largo Cavafundo

    Largo Cavafundo Usuário

    Aqui eu tenho o script do filme completo, em ingles... o q estou postando eh apenas a Introducao, mas se vcs quiserem eu posto o resto... tentei corrigir os erros, mas talvez ainda tenha alguns... na hora d passar do Word pra ca tb teve uns probleminhas... Bem, divirtam-se!

    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

    (Black screen).
    I amar prestar aen. The world is changed.
    Han mathon ne nen. I feel it in the water.
    Han mathon ne chae. I feel it in the earth.
    A han noston ned wilith. I smell it in the air.
    Much that once was is lost. For none now live who remember it.

    (The words The Lord of the Rings appears in gold lettering on the screen, the screen fades back to black, then a fire comes onto the screen. A pair of tongs is seen pouring a heated liquid into a mould.)

    It all started with the forging of the magic rings.
    (Three elf hands are seen, each wearing one of the elven rings, which each have jewels on them. We see the elves looking at the rings on their fingers.)

    Three of them were given to the elves, immortal, wisest and fairest of all beings.
    Seven to the dwarf-lords, great miners and craftsmen of the mountain halls.
    (We see the dwarves take their rings)
    And nine, nine rings were gifted to the race of men, who above all desire power.
    (The men are seen with their rings)
    For within these rings was bound the strength and will to govern each race. But they were all of them deceived.
    (We see a map of middle earth, which blackens, as the screen blacks out.)
    For another ring was made.
    (Map is shown again, this time showing Mordor).
    In the land of Mordor, in the deep fires of Mount Doom, the dark lord Sauron forged in secret a master ring to control all others.
    (We see Mt Doom, a volcano, spitting out lava from the top. We see Sauron s face, wearing a golden mask. Then we see a more distant shot of Sauron, this time holding something up in his hand).
    And into this ring he poured his cruelty, his malice, and his will to dominate all life.
    (Fire blots out his image, and in the fire we see round, gold ring. We see a close shot of Sauron, with the ring on his hand. The camera zooms in on the ring, which has fiery elvish letters on it.)
    One ring to rule them all.
    (Once again, we see a map of Middle Earth. A dark cloud originating from Mordor spreads to the rest of Middle Earth).
    One by one, free lands in Middle Earth fell to the power of the ring.
    (The map blends into a village in Middle Earth, where people are running away from orcs, who are brandishing axes, and burning down houses)
    But there were some who resisted.
    (We see an army of men marching, then a long shot of the battle field, where there are thousands of men, elves, and orcs in battle, marching towards each other. The camera moves up to show Mt Doom)
    A last alliance of Men and Elves marched against the armies of Mordor. On the slopes of Mount Doom, they fought for the freedom of Middle Earth.
    (We see an orc snarling, then a line of archers shooting arrows. Once again, we see a long shot of the battle field, with orcs falling off cliff tops as they are shot. There are tens of thousands on the battle field.)
    We see an army of elves and men, commanded by Elrond, who shouts out what seems to be a battle cry
    Elrond: (speaking elvish)
    (The Elves/Men have their shields drawn, and as the orcs charge towards them, they draw their swords and fight them. They slaughter many orcs)
    Victory was near. But the power of the ring could not be undone.
    (Sauron appears, and with him, a hazy cloud. We see a close up shot of his hand, which is wearing the golden ring. The fiery letters are very clear. Sauron swings his sword, and the men and elves against him are flung outwards, yelling in pain. The king charges forward, trying to kill Sauron. Sauron slashes at him, flinging him to the ground. His sword falls. Isildur, his son, runs to his side, and takes off his helmet)
    Isildur:
    Father...
    It was in this moment, when all hope had faded, that Isildur, son of the king, took up his father s sword.
    As he grabs at the sword, Sauron steps on it, breaking it. But Isildur still has a hold on its hilt, and slashes at Sauron s hand, cutting off the finger which wears the ring. The finger, still with the ring on it, falls to the ground, as Sauron falls backwards. Isildur sits up and leans over the ring, as Sauron is destroyed in a light that seems to come from his body. A bright light comes from him, and a cloud spreads over the battlefield, killing all the orcs and Sauron s allies. Sauron s mask/helmet falls to the ground, smoke coming out of it.
    Sauron, the enemy of the free people of middle earth, was defeated.
    (Isildur, amazed, picks up Sauron s finger, with the ring on it)
    The ring passed to Isildur, who had this one chance to destroy evil forever.
    (We see the ring in Isildur s hand, and as he holds it, the finger of Sauron turns to powder)
    But the hearts of men are easily corrupted, and the ring of power has a will of its own.
    (We see Isildur on a horse, and the ring on a chain around his neck. He is attacked by orcs. One jumps onto his back, and the others shoot him with their arrows. He is seen in the Great River, dead, with three arrows in his back.)
    It betrayed Isildur to his death.
    (The ring is seen floating down to the bottom of the river)
    And some things that should not have been forgotten were lost. History became legend; legend became myth. And for two and a half thousand years the ring passed out of all knowledge. Until, when chance came, it ensnared a new bearer.
    (Screen fades to black, we see the same spot of the river, then we see the ring, half buried, still on the river floor. A hand is seen closing over it)
    Gollum:
    My preciousss.

    (We see Gollum holding the ring in his hand, then a shot of the Misty Mountains)
    The ring came to the creature Gollum who took it deep into the tunnels of the Misty Mountains. And there it consumed him.
    (We see Gollum, deep in a cave, squatting on a rock, looking at the ring in his hand)
    Gollum:
    It came to me. My own, my love, my own, my preciousss. Gollum...
    The ring brought to Gollum unnatural long life. For five hundred years it poisoned his mind. And in the gloom of Gollum s cave it waited.
    (Screen blacks out, then we see an indistinct shape, which comes into focus: a full moon. The image sharpens more, and we see it behind the cover of a tree.)
    Darkness crept back in the forest of the world. Rumour grew of a shadow in the east, whispers of a nameless fear.
    (We see a ripple in the Great Lake, the the screen merges into a shot of a red sunset.)
    And the ring of power perceived it s time had now come.
    (We hear the sound of metal on rock, echoing through Gollum s cave, and see his ring falling.)
    It abandoned Gollum. But something happened then, that the ring did not intend. It was picked up by the most unlikely creature imaginable.
    (A hand is seen on the ring)
    Bilbo:
    What s this?
    A hobbit. Bilbo Baggins of the Shire.
    (We see a full view of a hobbit, who fingers it, then smiles)
    Bilbo:
    A ring.
    Gollum:
    (Offstage, in the distance) Lost!!!
    (We see the outside of the Misty Mountains, now moving away from them.)
    For the time would soon come when hobbits would shape the fortunes of all.
    (The screen blacks out)

    Gostaram? Se quiserem mais, postem aqui q eu coloco...




    "Somos os Valinórelië"
    -papai Smurf, quer dizer, Largo Cavafundo
    SdB

    Edited by - Largo Cavafundo on 20 February 2002 20:35:28
     
  2. Sister Jack

    Sister Jack Usuário

    Esse não é o script real. É só um fã q quis fazer um script do filme e postou na internet. O script real não está nesse formato.

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  3. Solum

    Solum Usuário

    De qualquer forma as falas do filme está ai... eu quero mais!

    Solum, Filho do Papai.
    Ui ai! Tô vendo Corujão!! [Clube da Insônia]
     
  4. Galahan

    Galahan Lazy elven artist

    Você tem o Script real, Folco? Se tem, passa pra gente, fazendo favor.
     
  5. FA_Engethor

    FA_Engethor Usuário

    Essa versão q o Largo postou não seria o transcript do filme? Um cara q baixou o filme e botou no papel (digo, no PC) todos os diálogos.


    "Esses são realmente dias estranhos - sonhos e lendas saltam do capim para a vida real."
     
  6. Sister Jack

    Sister Jack Usuário

    Se eu tivesse, eu teria o prazer de postar aqui. Sou doido pra ver o jeito que o PJ escreveu e descreveu as cenas.

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  7. Solum

    Solum Usuário

    quote:
    Se eu tivesse, eu teria o prazer de postar aqui. Sou doido pra ver o jeito que o PJ escreveu e descreveu as cenas.

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    eu tb! :)

    Solum, Filho do Papai.



    Sei q ta uma porcaria, mas vou tentar melhorar :)
     
  8. Frøðø Baggins

    Frøðø Baggins Tricampeão mundial

    arturps, me manda por e-mail


    :Clube da Amizade:
    Seja amigo você também, vem!
    ICQ:122550482
     
  9. Sauron_Body

    Sauron_Body Usuário

    quote:
    Se eu tivesse, eu teria o prazer de postar aqui. Sou doido pra ver o jeito que o PJ escreveu e descreveu as cenas.

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    Num foi o PJ que escreveu...
    Fou uma tal de Philippa Boyens


    "Sabedoria é o que você recebe depois de anos escutando quando voce preferiria ter falado"

    [Presidente - Sociedade dos Banners]
     
  10. Sister Jack

    Sister Jack Usuário

    quote:
    quote:
    Se eu tivesse, eu teria o prazer de postar aqui. Sou doido pra ver o jeito que o PJ escreveu e descreveu as cenas.

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    Num foi o PJ que escreveu...
    Fou uma tal de Philippa Boyens


    "Sabedoria é o que você recebe depois de anos escutando quando voce preferiria ter falado"

    [Presidente - Sociedade dos Banners]


    Errado. Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh(a esposa do PJ) e Philippa Boyes escreveram o roteiro. Os três.

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  11. FA_Engethor

    FA_Engethor Usuário

    A pergunta de $1.000 é: e quem mais meteu a mão na massa?
    Pelo tom das entrevistas, PJ dá a entender q tocou a bola, não q esperou q alguém escrevesse pra dar uns palpites e uns retoques.

    "Esses são realmente dias estranhos - sonhos e lendas saltam do capim para a vida real."

    Edited by - Engethor on 23 February 2002 21:36:38
     
  12. Sineta Fossador

    Sineta Fossador Usuário

    Largo, coloca todo o script, please? Tava tão legal...
     
  13. FA_Engethor

    FA_Engethor Usuário

    O transcript todo vc pode encontrar no site:
    Este conteúdo é limitado a Usuários. Por favor, cadastre-se para poder ver o conteúdo e participar (não demora e não possui custos)


    "Esses são realmente dias estranhos - sonhos e lendas saltam do capim para a vida real."
     

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