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Die schöne Eingeborene Selima lehrt den jungen englischen Kolonialbeamten John nicht nur die Sprache, sie wird auch seine Geliebte. In der Hitze des Dschungels beginnen sie eine stürmische Affäre, die nicht sein darf. Als John und Selima sehr zum. andrasidaneniklara.se - Kaufen Sie The Sleeping Dictionary by Jessica Alba günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen. Jessica Alba: Selima; Brenda Blethyn: Aggie; Hugh Dancy: John Truscott; Bob Hoskins: Henry; Emily Mortimer: Cecil. Selima und John (The Sleeping Dictionary​) ist ein US-amerikanisches Filmdrama aus dem. Jessica Alba - 'Idle Hands' - In , Alba was an unknown TV actress breaking into feature film work with a scantily-clad horror role like so many other young. Finden Sie das perfekte jessica alba sleeping dictionary Stockfoto. Riesige Sammlung, hervorragende Auswahl, mehr als Mio. hochwertige und.

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Christopher Ling Lee Ian Jasmine. Junix Inocian Famous. Michael Jessing Langgi Melaka. Andrew Niccol Director. Andrew Niccol Writer.

Andrew Niccol Producer. April 23, Rating: 2. November 1, Rating: 2. July 8, Rating: C- Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews 3.

Sep 15, I kinda love it Cita W Super Reviewer. Sep 22, Jessica Alba was perfect in this role and she was looking so young.

The movie itself was very good and enjoyable to watch. There were little actions scenes, not much, but all that it was about was a simple love story and that worked for me.

Daisy M Super Reviewer. Mar 24, I remembered Tarzan while watching it. I learned something in this film. This film was never shown on theaters, only on DVDs.

It's worth watching. Jessica Alba was "cute" because of her "Asian accent". The story was nice and funny. Nothing more to say.

Lemuel M Super Reviewer. Jan 10, This I never saw advertised in the cinema, but I watched it because of Jessica Albas recent fame.

I would have expected it would have been a more popular film, its good, its fun, adult family film for the parents perhaps.

Its a Romance. Alexander W Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. There are no approved quotes yet for this movie. Best Horror Movies. Worst Superhero Movies.

Best Netflix Series and Shows. Go back. More trailers. No Score Yet. The Masked Singer. Emily in Paris. This movie was breathtaking to me.

I figured it went straight to video since I never saw any previews for it. Jessica Alba is a favorite of mine anyway, so I have a bias I suppose.

The movie was beautifully shot and the music was in great taste. I had never heard of sleeping dictionaries, so it was an interesting lesson.

At first, Jessica didn't seem to fit the look of the other natives, but it made sense when she was mixed and I could see where her complexion played in.

Her accent was surprisingly believable. Hugh was adorable as the sheepish "leader" of the community. It made all the sense in the world that they would fall for each other.

I liked the angle of the British hypocrisy. It was alright to sleep with the people the ruled or "civilized", but not good enough to marry them or acknowledge the children they had with these people.

It resonated with me because the same thing happened with slavery in America. I thought that angle was well played out. I do agree with some other users that they fell in love too quickly and they weren't together enough for the audience to see that dynamic.

They spent far too much of the movie apart for it to be so dramatic and "love at all costs" type of love. It was weird that he left his wife who was pregnant for Selima, but I guess Cecil knew he wouldn't be happy with their little "family".

I identified with her struggle to please her husband and hold onto him. Imagine that many wives of the colonialism era probably felt that way when their husbands desired not just another woman, but a woman they felt was inferior.

It was a great movie. Watch it. Looking for some great streaming picks? Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist.

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Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. She in many ways seemed like a wise ass girl from East Los Angeles.

Then there's the main problem, her delivery of lines. Alba is excellent when she keeps her mouth shut.

No, really, she does reaction shots extremely well. Her emotions play out beautifully on her face. It's when she has to talk that she often finds herself in trouble.

In this film, much of her delivery of her lines was just short of bad. More importantly, it wasn't good and that makes this film another big missed chance for Jessica Alba.

It's too bad, because she was in part hampered by an under developed character, which may have been hampered by a restricted budget. Ten more minutes showing us who the main characters really were might have made all the difference in this film.

But Alba still would have had to be good enough to handle the added material and I still don't know if she is. She supposedly has another film in the works in which she plays some kind of hiphop dancer.

Hopefully, at least playing the right race, she'll shine. But she just misses the mark for me in "Sleeping Dictionary" as she has missed it in everything she's done since "Flipper.

The idea of a young Englishmen falling in love with a native girl from a British colony surely isn't that original, but it hasn't been overused either.

Furthermore I hoped to get a glimpse of the life in British colonies at that time especially the social interacting between the British colonial rulers and the native people and, of course, Jessica Alba.

Well, for those primarily interested in the latter one: Yes, her character has nude scenes, but no, they obviously aren't performed by Jessica Alba.

Speaking of that: In my opinion the body double did not even fit Jessica's "size"; they could have done a lot better at this point.

As I stated initially, I really liked this films premise, but the execution comes close to the worst you could have made out of it.

First of all: The movie is fractioned. While this doesn't has to be necessarily bad, each fraction gets it's own little climax, whilst there's nowhere a main climax on sight.

Even that could work, if those little climax' would do their job, unfortunately they don't. That's mainly because the film doesn't spend the time to develop them, instead it rushes to get a climax done in order to start another one.

For example: John's "I don't want to have sex unmarried"-dance at the very beginning lasted maybe 5 minutes and was resolved by pure horniness , their trip to the dying jungle people "oh look, it's because of the poison, let's tell them and go home" , the matter of John's first departure from Sarawak, his relation to his wife, the attempted murder and death trial afterwards, Henry's relation to Selima, and so on, and so on.

Everything seemed flat, rushed and undeveloped. For no obvious they made a plot-driven film out of a people-story. That can't work out.

The ending concludes this greatly, you virtually could hear the director's thoughts: "Oh, well, we've 2 minutes and some budget left. Let's bring in the bad guy with a gun".

The cinematography could've been worse but never reached the potential it doubtlessly had. I'd rank Simon Boswell's score slightly but definitely above average.

Speaking of Jessica Alba's performance, well: Her role consists mainly of walking around and looking pretty, she did that without getting injured and if you've seen her in "Idle Hands", that's worth something.

At the end I saw a movie whose creators couldn't fill the very solid plot with life. That's particularly sad, since I'd could've been a great film.

It seems to me that anyone who saw the film and said that Jessica Alba didn't look like a native, hasn't been paying a lot of attention to the film probably they only had eyes for the lovely Jessica.

Because in the film it's explained that her father is English, therefore she doesn't have to look like a native. It surprises me that nobody seems to remember this important fact, and I have serious questions about the IQ of those people.

For me this movie was near perfect, except there could be a bit more character development. Jessica Alba was gorgeous and very believable. But she can still improve.

It's good that she works on her acting in these smaller projects, so that in a few years time she'll be ready for the bigger work, and make her big breakthrough.

I give the movie a solid 7 out of Well Done QueenMakeda84 8 March This movie was breathtaking to me. I figured it went straight to video since I never saw any previews for it.

Jessica Alba is a favorite of mine anyway, so I have a bias I suppose. The movie was beautifully shot and the music was in great taste.

I had never heard of sleeping dictionaries, so it was an interesting lesson. At first, Jessica didn't seem to fit the look of the other natives, but it made sense when she was mixed and I could see where her complexion played in.

Her accent was surprisingly believable. Hugh was adorable as the sheepish "leader" of the community. It made all the sense in the world that they would fall for each other.

I liked the angle of the British hypocrisy. It was alright to sleep with the people the ruled or "civilized", but not good enough to marry them or acknowledge the children they had with these people.

It resonated with me because the same thing happened with slavery in America. I thought that angle was well played out.

I do agree with some other users that they fell in love too quickly and they weren't together enough for the audience to see that dynamic. They spent far too much of the movie apart for it to be so dramatic and "love at all costs" type of love.

It was weird that he left his wife who was pregnant for Selima, but I guess Cecil knew he wouldn't be happy with their little "family".

I identified with her struggle to please her husband and hold onto him. Imagine that many wives of the colonialism era probably felt that way when their husbands desired not just another woman, but a woman they felt was inferior.

It was a great movie. Watch it. It is one of the best movies I have seen This film has terrific director- ship, meaning that the plot moves smoothly, is highly coherent, and suspenseful with timely revelations.

The acting is first class I enjoyed seeing a film with real settings I look forward to seeing future Guy Jenkins films.

Even the music is excellent: it is fully supportive but one doesn't notice it. There is some violence, upper nudity, harsh language and death issues so restrict your young viewers as per choice.

Very few directors achieve this level of perfection so I put this film in the Artistic Category, not simply Entertainment.

Give Director Mr. Jenkins top awards, Members. Thank you, JW. No, you don't get to see Jessica Alba's breasts in this film.

As far as I know, she has not done a nude scene. There are extremely lovely breasts to look at, but they belong to someone else.

Yes, that a huge rip-off, but, what the hell, Emily Mortimer makes up for it somewhat by showing hers, and they are something to see.

That out of the way, this was a beautiful film, cinematographically speaking, and it had some fine performances, the two mentioned being among them.

Alba was a native girl that fell in love with an English Officer, Hugh Darcy, and he fell in love with her.

This being Colonial English territory, this just won't do. Bob Hoskins, in another great performance, puts the kibosh on the deal, certainly at the urging of his wife, played by Brenda Blethyn, another great performance.

Darcy is forced to marry their daughter Mortimer or face prison for allowing a native group to kill Dutch miners that were killing natives.

There is nothing different in the film than what we see every day on the news. Nothing has changed.

We have no problem killing thousands of Iraqis to get oil, as the Dutch had no problem killing natives for silver, or the British for whatever they were taking out of Malaysia.

Of course, those Iraqis that help us are not good enough to bring to the United States, just as the natives are good for nothing more than bed-mates to teach the language.

If there is a god, one hopes that we will all be called to account one day for this madness. The one thing that is great about this movie, aside from the great performances of the characters, is the fact that the ending does come out right.

Bigprisc 11 September I just recently watched this movie on IFC. And was pleasantly surprise when i first started watching it.

But as it progressed, it just boggles me at the execution of it. Firstly, commendable performance from Jessica Alba.

I am from Singapore, and the setting is close to my heart. For an American, she has definitely convinced me that she was local. Her accent is shaky, but then again, what's the right accent?

But i think she played the role well. The other actors however, feels pretty flat. No ups no downs. Secondly, for the genre and the setting, this movie can be so much more.

The script is very flat, the highs are not high enough, and the lows are not gripping enough. I do not feel for the characters, and I do not care for what this young British is going through.

Thirdly, I couldn't tell that this takes place in the Malayan archipelago until I was told so in the movie. It just seems so contrive, for the lack of a better word.

I should be angry, I should feel sad, I should feel that this is the most unfair world to live in. All i could see is, Jessica Alba doing a great job.

I wish someone would re-write this screenplay, and add to this story, take away the crap that is completely unnecessary and make this as magical as it potentially could be.

VampireHorde 27 April I admit that many romance-themed movies usually get to me. I saw "City Of Angels" back in and wept my head off at the corny ending at the end of that movie unfortunately.

Since then I've found myself watching less romanced themed comedies or dramas and stuck with straight drama or action.

Jessica Alba steaming it up with this blonde guy. I checked on the info to see what the movie was and it was "The Sleeping Dictionary".

Surprised as I was to see actual nudity which wasn't hers as I quickly found out , it stuck on my mind. But it wasn't until just a month ago when I saw Ms.

Jessica Alba in "Sin City" that I decided to give her other flicks a viewing. One of them flicks being this one. This is an okay movie.

Not much plot is revealed throughout the course of the movie so it's unclear what exactly the movie is trying to say.

My summary of the plot? A young Brit goes to teach a bunch of savages the ways of the Western World and falls head over heels for the accent-broken, way-too-hot-to-be-true Jessica Alba on the way.

It doesn't get much complicated from there, but it doesn't get any better either. As great as Jessica looks, its her accent that kinda gets the best of me.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jessica Alba Selima Brenda Blethyn Aggie Hugh Dancy John Truscott Bob Hoskins Henry Christopher Ling Lee Ian Jasmine Junix Inocian Famous Michael Jessing Langgi Melaka Mano Maniam Policeman K.

Tipong Emily Mortimer Cecil Cicilia Anak Richard Jester Woman Malcolm Rogers Vicar Eugene Salleh Belansai Noah Taylor Neville Kate Helen White Edit Did You Know?

Trivia Filmed and first preview screened in , not released until Goofs When Selima and Truscott are given the turquoise bracelets, she takes Truscott's off and wears it.

In the next shot, she gives him hers but she's still holding his. Quotes John Truscott : When I saw you lying there suddenly everything became clear.

I want to stay with you forever Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Edit Details Official Sites: Official site.

Language: English. Runtime: min. Speaking of that: In my opinion the body double did not even fit Jessica's "size"; they could have done a lot better at this point.

As I stated initially, I really liked this films premise, but the execution comes close to the worst you could have made out of it. First of all: The movie is fractioned.

While this doesn't has to be necessarily bad, each fraction gets it's own little climax, whilst there's nowhere a main climax on sight. Even that could work, if those little climax' would do their job, unfortunately they don't.

That's mainly because the film doesn't spend the time to develop them, instead it rushes to get a climax done in order to start another one.

For example: John's "I don't want to have sex unmarried"-dance at the very beginning lasted maybe 5 minutes and was resolved by pure horniness , their trip to the dying jungle people "oh look, it's because of the poison, let's tell them and go home" , the matter of John's first departure from Sarawak, his relation to his wife, the attempted murder and death trial afterwards, Henry's relation to Selima, and so on, and so on.

Everything seemed flat, rushed and undeveloped. For no obvious they made a plot-driven film out of a people-story.

That can't work out. The ending concludes this greatly, you virtually could hear the director's thoughts: "Oh, well, we've 2 minutes and some budget left.

Let's bring in the bad guy with a gun". The cinematography could've been worse but never reached the potential it doubtlessly had. I'd rank Simon Boswell's score slightly but definitely above average.

Speaking of Jessica Alba's performance, well: Her role consists mainly of walking around and looking pretty, she did that without getting injured and if you've seen her in "Idle Hands", that's worth something.

At the end I saw a movie whose creators couldn't fill the very solid plot with life. That's particularly sad, since I'd could've been a great film.

It seems to me that anyone who saw the film and said that Jessica Alba didn't look like a native, hasn't been paying a lot of attention to the film probably they only had eyes for the lovely Jessica.

Because in the film it's explained that her father is English, therefore she doesn't have to look like a native.

It surprises me that nobody seems to remember this important fact, and I have serious questions about the IQ of those people. For me this movie was near perfect, except there could be a bit more character development.

Jessica Alba was gorgeous and very believable. But she can still improve. It's good that she works on her acting in these smaller projects, so that in a few years time she'll be ready for the bigger work, and make her big breakthrough.

I give the movie a solid 7 out of Well Done QueenMakeda84 8 March This movie was breathtaking to me.

I figured it went straight to video since I never saw any previews for it. Jessica Alba is a favorite of mine anyway, so I have a bias I suppose.

The movie was beautifully shot and the music was in great taste. I had never heard of sleeping dictionaries, so it was an interesting lesson.

At first, Jessica didn't seem to fit the look of the other natives, but it made sense when she was mixed and I could see where her complexion played in.

Her accent was surprisingly believable. Hugh was adorable as the sheepish "leader" of the community. It made all the sense in the world that they would fall for each other.

I liked the angle of the British hypocrisy. It was alright to sleep with the people the ruled or "civilized", but not good enough to marry them or acknowledge the children they had with these people.

It resonated with me because the same thing happened with slavery in America. I thought that angle was well played out.

I do agree with some other users that they fell in love too quickly and they weren't together enough for the audience to see that dynamic.

They spent far too much of the movie apart for it to be so dramatic and "love at all costs" type of love.

It was weird that he left his wife who was pregnant for Selima, but I guess Cecil knew he wouldn't be happy with their little "family".

I identified with her struggle to please her husband and hold onto him. Imagine that many wives of the colonialism era probably felt that way when their husbands desired not just another woman, but a woman they felt was inferior.

It was a great movie. Watch it. It is one of the best movies I have seen This film has terrific director- ship, meaning that the plot moves smoothly, is highly coherent, and suspenseful with timely revelations.

The acting is first class I enjoyed seeing a film with real settings I look forward to seeing future Guy Jenkins films.

Even the music is excellent: it is fully supportive but one doesn't notice it. There is some violence, upper nudity, harsh language and death issues so restrict your young viewers as per choice.

Very few directors achieve this level of perfection so I put this film in the Artistic Category, not simply Entertainment.

Give Director Mr. Jenkins top awards, Members. Thank you, JW. No, you don't get to see Jessica Alba's breasts in this film. As far as I know, she has not done a nude scene.

There are extremely lovely breasts to look at, but they belong to someone else. Yes, that a huge rip-off, but, what the hell, Emily Mortimer makes up for it somewhat by showing hers, and they are something to see.

That out of the way, this was a beautiful film, cinematographically speaking, and it had some fine performances, the two mentioned being among them.

Alba was a native girl that fell in love with an English Officer, Hugh Darcy, and he fell in love with her. This being Colonial English territory, this just won't do.

Bob Hoskins, in another great performance, puts the kibosh on the deal, certainly at the urging of his wife, played by Brenda Blethyn, another great performance.

Darcy is forced to marry their daughter Mortimer or face prison for allowing a native group to kill Dutch miners that were killing natives. There is nothing different in the film than what we see every day on the news.

Nothing has changed. We have no problem killing thousands of Iraqis to get oil, as the Dutch had no problem killing natives for silver, or the British for whatever they were taking out of Malaysia.

Of course, those Iraqis that help us are not good enough to bring to the United States, just as the natives are good for nothing more than bed-mates to teach the language.

If there is a god, one hopes that we will all be called to account one day for this madness. The one thing that is great about this movie, aside from the great performances of the characters, is the fact that the ending does come out right.

Bigprisc 11 September I just recently watched this movie on IFC. And was pleasantly surprise when i first started watching it. But as it progressed, it just boggles me at the execution of it.

Firstly, commendable performance from Jessica Alba. I am from Singapore, and the setting is close to my heart. For an American, she has definitely convinced me that she was local.

Her accent is shaky, but then again, what's the right accent? But i think she played the role well. The other actors however, feels pretty flat.

No ups no downs. Secondly, for the genre and the setting, this movie can be so much more. The script is very flat, the highs are not high enough, and the lows are not gripping enough.

I do not feel for the characters, and I do not care for what this young British is going through. Thirdly, I couldn't tell that this takes place in the Malayan archipelago until I was told so in the movie.

It just seems so contrive, for the lack of a better word. I should be angry, I should feel sad, I should feel that this is the most unfair world to live in.

All i could see is, Jessica Alba doing a great job. I wish someone would re-write this screenplay, and add to this story, take away the crap that is completely unnecessary and make this as magical as it potentially could be.

VampireHorde 27 April I admit that many romance-themed movies usually get to me. I saw "City Of Angels" back in and wept my head off at the corny ending at the end of that movie unfortunately.

Since then I've found myself watching less romanced themed comedies or dramas and stuck with straight drama or action. Jessica Alba steaming it up with this blonde guy.

I checked on the info to see what the movie was and it was "The Sleeping Dictionary". Surprised as I was to see actual nudity which wasn't hers as I quickly found out , it stuck on my mind.

But it wasn't until just a month ago when I saw Ms. Jessica Alba in "Sin City" that I decided to give her other flicks a viewing.

One of them flicks being this one. This is an okay movie. Not much plot is revealed throughout the course of the movie so it's unclear what exactly the movie is trying to say.

My summary of the plot? A young Brit goes to teach a bunch of savages the ways of the Western World and falls head over heels for the accent-broken, way-too-hot-to-be-true Jessica Alba on the way.

It doesn't get much complicated from there, but it doesn't get any better either. As great as Jessica looks, its her accent that kinda gets the best of me.

Her East L. Bob Hoskins and Brenda Blethyn are riots to watch! It's so good to see them on screen after having to watch mediocre scenes previous.

Hugh Dancy the main character and Freddie Prinze look-a-like does the meek and fish-out-of-water act for almost the entire film and it STILL bothers me that this guy was able to score with Jessica.

It's great to see all the physical work from "Dark Angel" pay off in this movie. Whenever Jessica is in almost practically nothing, you can see those muscles on that body just ready to kick your ass.

Okay enough about Jessica, lets discuss this film. This movie tries to pull off the "forbidden by tradition" boundaries and kinda doesn't succeed.

First of all, was it EVER a tradition for the native women to sleep with the foreigners just to teach them the language? That's the main plot that baffles me.

The plot goes off into other directions like the mining subplot and it just kills the mood of the film.

I wish I could explain more but it would only spoil it. The only reason to see this film was to see Jessica's sex scenes.

As steamy as they are, it's only shown in the middle of the film and that's it! The "forbidden by traditions" subplot kicks in and the film's plot goes haywire from there.

Everything to the abusive bad guy to the "who's-baby-is-it-really? I urge you to rent this film and watch it with a lady-friend. You may not like it, but it's a definite guarantee that she will.

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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos 9. Movie Info. During the s, British officer John Truscott Hugh Dancy journeys to a remote village in colonial Malaysia to educate and Westernize the local Iban population.

There, he is introduced to Selima Jessica Alba , a lovely Iban woman. In keeping with tradition, Selima is assigned to sleep with John and teach him the native language and customs.

But when they begin to fall in love, both the colonists and the natives object to their plans to marry. Andrew Niccol. Jul 1, New Line Cinema, Jersey Films.

Hugh Dancy John Truscott. Jessica Alba Selima. Brenda Blethyn Aggie. Bob Hoskins Henry. Emily Mortimer Cecil.

Noah Taylor Neville. Christopher Ling Lee Ian Jasmine. Junix Inocian Famous. Michael Jessing Langgi Melaka. Andrew Niccol Director. Andrew Niccol Writer.

Andrew Niccol Producer. April 23, Rating: 2. November 1, Rating: 2. July 8, Rating: C- Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews 3. Sep 15, I kinda love it Cita W Super Reviewer.

Sep 22, Jessica Alba was perfect in this role and she was looking so young. The movie itself was very good and enjoyable to watch. There were little actions scenes, not much, but all that it was about was a simple love story and that worked for me.

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