SynopsisWhereas they are in hypersommeil on board the Sullaco , Ellen Ripley and its companions survivors of preceding film, are ejected by the trip computer in a capsule of help, following a fire.
The capsule comes to be crushed on Fiorina 161 , a planet-prison populated by dangerous criminals who train a mystical brotherhood. They accommodate Ripley coldly - only surviving crash landing - which constitutes for them a temptation. But Ripley has a doubt: could it be that the fire on board the Sullaco was caused by Alien? Wanting to have the heart Net of it, she asks Doctor Clemens - with whom she bound of friendship - to carry out an autopsy on the body of small Newt. What will it leave there?
- Title: Alien ³
- Realization: David Fincher
- Scenario: David Giler, Walter Hill and Larry Ferguson, according to a history of Vincent Ward
- Production: Gordon Carroll, David Giler, Walter Hill, Sigourney Weaver and Ezra Swerdlow
- Production company: Twentieth Century Fox
- Budget: 50 million dollars
- Music: Elliot Goldenthal
- Photography: Alex Thomson
- Assembly: Terry Rawlings and David Crowther (long version)
- Decorations: Norman Reynolds
- Country of origin: the United States
- Format: Colors - 2,35:1 - Dolby Surround - 35 mm
- Kind: Science fiction
- Lasted: 114 minutes/145 minutes (long version)
- Comings out date: May 22nd 1992 (the United States), August 26th 1992 (France)
- Film prohibited with less than 12 years at the time of its exit in France
- Entered to France: 1.652.838
- Sigourney Weaver (VF: Tania Torrens) : Lieutenant Ellen L. Ripley
- Lance Henriksen (VF: Serge Blumenthal) : Bishop II
- Charles Dance (VF: Daniel Sarky) : Clemens
- Charles S. Dutton (VF: Pascal Renwick) : Dillon
- Pete Postlethwaite (VF: Michel Paulin) : David
- Brian Glover (VF: Claude Brosset) : Andrews
- Daniel Webb (VF: Bernard Tixier) : Morse
- Ralph Brown (VF: Patrick Floersheim) : Aaron
- Christopher John Fields (VF: Michel Barbey) : Rains
- Leon Herbert (VF: Luc Florian) : Boggs
Catalog of films of Alien
- 1979 : Alien - the eighth passenger ( Alien ), of Ridley Scott
- 1986: Aliens the return ( Aliens ), of James Cameron
- 1992: Alien ³ , of David Fincher
- 1997: Alien, resurrection ( Alien: resurrection ), of Jean-Pierre Jeunet
- 2004: Aliens vs Predator , of Paul W.S. Anderson
Whereas the scenario was hardly outlined, the production of film was launched. The history accepted more or less important changes on several occasions whereas David Fincher was already turning. One includes/understands then why the realization of this film was chaotic. Ultimately, the film is often regarded as wobbly but the critical years busy and public knew rightly to revise their opinion. To appreciate this opus fully, it is preferable to see it in its version Director' S cut .
Director' S cutAugust 1st The version Director' S cut available on the special edition in DVD differs on many points compared to the version left in 1992. For example, in the version cinema, the Xénomorphe leaves a Chien whereas in the special edition, it leaves a Vache. It should be noted the complete appearance of the background of the prisoners, the famous Chromosomes double Y. One learns amongst other things that the prison has been closed for several years, but that having found a balance in mining work, those were authorized by the " Compagnie" to continue their occupations here. One learns some thus much more on the history of the doctor Clemens.
In this episode, Sigourney Weaver had shaven cranium. Shortly after the end of turning, certain scenes last being turned over but meanwhile the actress had let push back her hair. To prevent that it does not shave cranium again, one hid his hair under a latex prosthesis.
- For the first time, one observes here a alien which leaves the body of an animal: its total morphology is thus different from that which it revêt usually after being left an human body: it is noted for example that it moves with four legs.
- Alan Dean Foster has novelized the film in 1992.
- Alien, universe of fiction.
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