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编辑 | 删除 Michael Biehn :未来人类战士

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Michael Biehn____第一次见到他是在《终结者》,他扮演的是一个来自未来的战士Kyle Reese,第二次是在《异形2》,看完《终结者》之后就看了这部,都是詹姆斯卡梅隆导演的。后来还看过《深渊》和《勇闯夺命岛》,07年的《刑房》,这些可能都是他最好的电影了。现在,他真的老了,不过从图片和电影看来,年轻时候,他真是酷极了。一身腱子肉不是关键,他的眼神里分明有一种执着、坚定与不羁。

      Michael其实从来没有特别红过,有的那会就是因为和James Cameron合作。演的是动作片居多,但他坚毅的线条和粗犷的帅气就适合演这些。这一点不用多讲了。许多年后,人们可能听到Michael Biehn这个名字时会很困惑,但是人们一定不会忘记《终结者》和《异形2》这些经典吧。看《终结者》前,当然知道这是州长先生主演的名作。但真正第一次看时,给我留下了最深刻印象的却是Michael Biehn。他与Sarah上床前对她说的那番话,“John Corner给了我一张你的照片,照片很旧了,褪色。你当时很年轻,就像现在这样。你看起来有一点悲伤,我当时不知道为什么。我穿越了时空来找你,Sarah。我爱你,我一直爱着你。”看到结尾时再回顾这番话,有一种悲壮的使命感,还有一种无奈的宿命感。如果不用心体会,不一定能嗅到这部科幻动作片背后悲壮的意味,而Kyle的死便是衬托这种悲壮的动因。

    那时迷死了T1,于是一星期后赶紧看了Aliens。Michael Biehn算是男主角了(如果要找的话),但这部电影着重塑造的是女主角Ripley。尽管是这样,Michael也算把一个勇敢沉着、冷静能干的英雄塑造得有血有肉。但是,异形拍到第三部时,编剧就让他的角色一开始就因为异形侵袭死掉了,连个脸都没露。据说,这是他演艺生涯最大的遗憾之一。
    至于《深渊》,虽然他演的不是主角,但他演的海军军官看来是不错。那会儿制片人都想帮他搞得一个奥斯卡提名,后来最终还是失败了。他从未得过奥斯卡的任何提名。那一年的奥斯卡最佳男配得主是Danziel Washington,是Michael Biehn最佳的五个男演员中的第二(这很有趣。他的五个最佳男演员按顺序是:西恩潘、丹泽尔华盛顿、约翰尼德普、杰夫布里奇斯、艾德哈里斯。其中,他跟艾德哈里斯合作了两回)。不过,《深渊》也为Michael得到了表演生涯的唯一一个奖,来自土星奖的特别荣誉奖。

   《勇闯夺命岛》中他又演了一回突击队队长,而且是挂掉了。当然,他不是主角。

 

    关于他的一些趣闻,其中一些大概已是广为人知了:

1.他与詹姆斯卡梅隆合作过三次,每次出现在卡梅隆的电影中,Michael都要被另一个角色咬一口。在《终结者》里是琳达汉密尔顿,在《异形2》中是Carrie Henn,在《深渊》里面则是艾德哈里斯。

2.他在电影里一共扮演过十次士兵……

3.他其实为《终结者2》拍过一个场景,是Sarah梦见了他,但这个场景最终被删掉了。Michael说对此并不感到惊奇,因为这一个场景对整个剧情发展没有任何用处。但是,我们还是可以在一区的DVD导演剪辑版中找到这个场景的。

4.一开始,卡梅隆考虑过让他出演《终结者2》中的T1000,但考虑到观众会感到困惑,又放弃了这个念头。

5.他曾受邀出演《非常嫌疑犯》,但他拒绝了,原因是弄不懂剧本。现在看来,他错过了一部经典啊。

6.《泰坦尼克号》的卡尔,Rose的未婚夫,原本卡梅隆也想他来出演,为此他们还有一次会晤,可最终这个角色还是落入了Billy Zane手中。

7.这还不止,卡梅隆原先考虑过让他来演《阿凡达》中的一个角色,不过这个角色被Steven Lang得到了,也就是那个人类反派。

8.他的第二任妻子Gina Marsh是他在英格兰拍摄《异形2》是认识的。

 

很欣赏他对表演的热情、以及对电影的态度。总的来说,我喜欢这个充满个性和激情的男人(或者说男演员吧)。

2010年他作为导演的处女作《血债》将上映。

摘自IMDB的个性语录(不作翻译):

Personal Quotes

I'd rather have a small part in a good film with good people than play the lead in something I don't really care for.

[About not spending much time with Arnold Schwarzenegger on The Terminator (1984)] I saw him around, you know. He was doing his thing, I was doing my thing, but I didn't really get to talk to him because Linda and I spend the entire film running away from Arnold.

[Talking about the chase scenes in The Terminator (1984)] Looking back on it, I realize we were really going at some high speeds those nights. One night, my adrenaline was running so high I actually tore the steering wheel off, and I just looked over at Linda [Hamilton] and said 'Here, you drive!'

I do a lot of research on most of my roles and before I start a role when I read a script I know all of the beats in the script and I know exactly how to do it because I've read about such a character or experienced similar things myself or had the same sort of relationship with people. So, when I go in to act it it's mostly technique. I'm not an actor who just lets things happen in front of the camera.

I know why they think of me as intense. It's because on the set, I'm very concentrated. I don't just walk on and do my thing and walk off. I'm very intense when I'm working. I know exactly what I'm doing before I get in there. [1990 interview]

A sense of insecurity, I think. It really comes down to not really having a full understanding of myself and my sense of self and having a real confidence in myself as a person. I seem to be able to have more confidence in some characters I play, knowing right down the line exactly the way that I feel about things about the character whereas in real life I'm more insecure. I don't really know the answers.

I do firmly believe that I've been overlooked, especially in The Terminator (1984). Jim Cameron was saying to me at the time, "I don't know Michael why you are not being offered more movies now. All of us expected it, you know?" But now, five or six years later, when everyone has seen the movie five or six times on video people are beginning to realize how good it was and what a good performance it was. But I have to say I don't feel shortchanged and I don't resent anything. I think it's best in the long run. Look at the Brat Pack: those guys got so much so fast that they were never allowed to really struggle and know what good chances they had in much of the work they were doing. So, even though I felt that some of my work was overlooked at times I know that it has made me stronger and better and it has made me work harder to get other jobs and be good in them. [From a 1989 interview.]

[on Christian Bale's rant on the set of Terminator Salvation (2009)] I thought it was kinda sad. He wouldn't talk to me like that.

I want to be in the best movies I can be in, but if I can't be in the best movies, then I want to be the best I can be in whatever I am in.

I try not to think of my art as a career, because the only time in my life I feel very good about standing on this earth is when I'm acting. Thats' why I do it: for those few moments when everything just feels so goooood. [August 1986 interview]

I almost never get to play heroes like Corporal Hicks [from Aliens (1986)]. It must be the glint in my eyes. People think something wicked is going on. [August 1986 interview]

  

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