Nine (2009) Hindi Dubbed Full Movie Watch Online HD

Nine (2009) Hindi Dubbed Full Movie Watch Online HD

Nine (2009) Hindi Dubbed Full Movie Watch Online HD
Nine (2009) Hindi Dubbed Full Movie Watch Online HD

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director Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis) grapples with epic crises in his personal and professional lives. At the same time, he must strike a balance of the demands of numerous women in his life, including his wife (Marion Cotillard), his mistress (Penélope Cruz), and his confidant (Judi Dench).
Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis) is a gifted Italian filmmaker in 1965 at the famous Cinecittà movie studios in Rome.
At the age of fifty he has developed writer’s block and surrealistically summons all of the women in his life, alive and dead, to help him recapture inspiration, as dozens of women dancers and the film’s leading ladies appear in his mind: Claudia Jenssen, his star actress; his wif Stephanie, an American fashion journalist from Vogue; and Saraghina,
a prostitute from his childhood; (“Overture Delle Donne”). He avoids any clear answers when questioned by reporters about his new movie, because he doesn’t have an idea for one. Escaping their biting probes, he creates an elaborate fantasy (“Guido’s Song”), where he explains that
he wishes to have the naiveté of youth yet the wisdom of age. In short, he wants everything. Escaping to a Spa Hotel on the Italian coast, he receives a phone call from Carla, his mistress (“A Call from the Vatican”) seducing him as he listens on the other end. Later, she arrives at the spa, expecting to share his suite, but is upset to find that she’s staying in a shabby pensione by the train station. Meanwhile, Guido meets with Lilli, his costume designer, and begs for inspiration, confessing he has no script. A sequence of musical numbers ensues,
seemingly from Guido’s imaginative brain…first Lilli urging him to use his film to entertain, inspired by the Folies Bergère, where she ‘learnt her art’ (“Folies Bergères”). Then Guido remembers Saraghina, a prostitute who danced for him and his boyhood schoolmates on a beach, teaching them the joy of life’s sensual and sexual pleasures (“Be Italian”). Young Guido is caught by his school teachers/priests and punished by his principal. Back at the Spa, at dinner , he’s happily surprised to see his wife Luisa. He embraces her and wishes her a happy birthday. Luisa, deeply unhappy, sings of the life of compromise she’s made, abandoning her acting career to be at Guido’s side in supporting his art (“My Husband Makes Movies”).
Returning to Luisa he promises that he’s finished with cheating. As she embraces him, the phone rings and he’s called away to help Carla, who’s now overdosed on pills in a suicide attempt. It is becoming impossible for Guido to juggle all the women and contradictions in his life. He stays with Carla until her husband arrives, then returns to the hotel to find that Luisa has abandoned him, and the crew has returned to Rome to begin filming. Distraught, he has a vision of his mother singing him a lullaby when he was young (“Guarda La Luna”). Later, in Rome, he phones Luisa from the studio and begs her to come to view screen tests the next evening. When his leading lady,
Claudia, arrives and senses there is no written script, she and Guido go for a drive. Guido confesses that there is indeed no script, but he needs her to inspire one. She asks him what he wants the film to be about and his description closely resembles his own ordeal: a man lost and in love with so many women. Claudia explains that she loves him but he seems to be a man who does not know how to love (“Unusual Way”). When Guido returns to review the screen tests, Luisa too arrives and is devastated to see a clip of an actress in a scene drawn from a private memory she and Guido shared years ago. It is the last straw for her, to see him exploiting her private life so publicly before the world. In an angry and imaginary public striptease she leaves Guido for
good (“Take It All”). Utterly abandoned by all those whom he has selfishly exploited, Guido finally comes to terms with the truth (“I Can’t Make This Movie”), realizing that he’s lost everything and everyone: his wife, his muse, his talent, and has nothing with which to make a movie. Admitting that there never was a movie, he has the set destroyed before leaving Rome. Two years later, Guido is in a café in Anguillara with Lilli and sees an advertisement for a play starring Luisa. He asks about Luisa and Lilli tells him that she’s not going be to be the middle-man for them.. She asks if he will ever make a movie again. Guido answers that the only thing he would want to make would be a movie about a man trying to win back his wife. As he speaks, he is suddenly on a film set, making that very film,
(which is, in fact, the film we the audience have just seen). Surrounded now by his actors and his boyhood nine-year-old self, Guido takes his place in the director’s chair, with the cast of his entire life assembled on the scaffolding behind him, including (as in the film’s opening) the living and the dead. We see the arrival of his mother and the imagined nine-year-old Guido running now to sit on the mature Guido’s lap (“Finale”) as his fantasy meets his reality. Luisa quietly arrives without being seen and watches in
the background, as a chastened Guido who has learned something about the need to grow up, quietly directs a scene with a young actress and actor who are sympathetically playing the younger Guido and Luisa deeply in love . Luisa sees all this… as Guido is slowly raised high on a crane and calls, “Action!”
Initial releaseDecember 3, 2009 (London)
1
Overture Delle Donne
Female Ensemble       4:07
2
Guido’s Song
Daniel Day-Lewis     3:42
3
A Call From the Vatican
Penélope Cruz

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