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راننده تاكسی

A loner, Travis Bickle takes up driving a taxi in search of an escape from his sleeplessness and his disgust with the corruption he finds around him. His pent-up rage, fuelled by his doomed relationship with the political campaign worker Betsy, leads to an inevitable descent into psychosis and violence....

Title : راننده تاكسی
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ISBN : 9643125513
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Number of Pages : 208 Pages
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راننده تاكسی Reviews

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    2019-04-04 11:19

    Taxi Driver, Paul Schrader تاریخ نخستین خوانش: اکتبر سال 2001 میلادیعنوان: راننده تاکسی؛ نویسنده: پل شریدر؛ مترجم: مازیار اسلامی؛ تهران، کتابهای ارغوانی، 1379؛ در 95 ص؛ شابک: 9649206310؛ موضوع: فیلمنامه های قرن 20 معنوان: راننده تاکسی؛ نویسنده: پل شریدر؛ کارگردان مارتین اسکورسیزی؛ مترجم: فردین صاحب زمانی؛ تهران، نشر نی، 1380؛ در 208 ص؛ شابک: 9643125513؛ چاپ دوم 1383؛ موضوع: فیلمنامه های قرن 20 م

  • Zaki
    2019-04-21 08:00

    I don't care what people say Paul Schrader's Taxi Driver is a comedy. ok maybe not a comedy but a tragi-comedy. OK alright it's just a tragedy. i don't think schrader had any intention to be funny but i laughed out loud at some of the scenes in this. and i found travis's maniacal metamorphosis f-ing hilarious.

  • Inder Suri
    2019-04-14 05:02

    This Screenplay throws at me, the darker side of my own Life .It tells me I am not alone, It tells me I am alive .

  • Willem van den Oever
    2019-03-25 05:23

    During the 1970’s, a whole series of brilliant films was produced --- with one of its absolute highlights being “Taxi Driver”, by a young film maker called Martin Scorsese. It showed Hollywood and the rest of the world that a new generation was taking over the movie industry; with new ideas, new stars and more directness and frankness than previously imaginable in Tinseltown. Feelings of lose and depression are addressed as experiences from Americans themselves. After Vietnam, Watergate and the fall of Nixon, themes like alienation and confusion keep appearing again and again in these films. But none translated those themes to a more personal experience as “Taxi Driver”.The story focuses on Travis Bickle, a young war veteran struggling with insomnia and extreme self-loathing. Trying to battle the thoughts swirling in his head, he takes on a job as a NY cabbie, prowling the streets at night when he’s unable to catch any sleep. Watching the world of junkies, thieves and whores glide past his window night after night only feed his desire to explode in this sordid, unloving world Travis lives in.Desperately, but forcefully, trying to reach out to Betsy, a local political campaign worker, only results in failure and pushes Travis to revenge. Between work shifts, his focus shifts to violence and he tentively fantasizes of an assassination attempt on Betsy’s boss. But when on a particular night he encounters a hapless child prostitute called Iris, Travis’ mounting psychosis pushes him over the edge.Despite Scorsese´s excellent directing, Robert de Niro´s powerful acting, the mesmerizing use of camera, colour, sound and music, “Taxi Driver”’s brilliance can be traced all the way back to Paul Schrader’s screenplay. Published by Faber and Faber, and accompanied by two interviews with Schrader and Scorsese as well as being illustrated with a series of black-and-white movie stills, this publication returns to the source of the acclaimed film.Schrader’s work is a thing of beauty, and can be read very well in its presented form. It doesn’t feel like a script at all. Apart from being split up into chapters, there are descriptive passages in his work which one wouldn’t expect to find in here. Travis is being introduced as “raw male force. [It’s] inevitable. The clock spring cannot be wound continually tighter. […] Travis Bickle moves toward violence.” Further on, Travis’ first impressions of a particular gun are described as “a monster. […] It is built on Michelangelo’s scale. The Magnum belongs in the hand of a marble god, not a slight taxi-driver.”It must’ve been these powerful passages, the raw power and pain described in Schader’s work which captured Scorsese’s attention to turn it into film. It’s the perfect distilled image of a struggling young man; no introduction or dissection, but a crystal clear and heartfelt look at a man in tremendous pain. Paul Schrader’s work goes straight to the heart and the mind.This publication is far more than a simple gimmick to cash in on the movie’s success. It offers a whole new way of looking at the brilliance of “Taxi Driver”.

  • Saman Kashi
    2019-03-29 08:59

    فیلمی امریکایی به کارگردانی مارتین اسکورسیزی و محصول سال ۱۹۷۶ استودیو کلمبیا است.این فیلم به عنوان یکی از مهم‌ترین و جنجال‌‌برانگیزترین فیلم‌های تاریخ سینما شناخته می‌شود. این فیلم بعدها جایزه نخل طلا فستیوال فیلم کن را نیز برد

  • Rebecca McNutt
    2019-04-22 11:23

    If you've ever seen the film Taxi Driver, you probably know how unforgettable it is. Reading the script was a chance to analyze the story and to really understand its depth and meanings behind the fast-paced plot and creative characters.

  • Mousa
    2019-04-03 04:18

    سائق التاكسي هي قصة حول ترافيس الذي يعاني من أضطرابات عقلية بعد مشاركته في الحرب الفيتنامية ويعمل سائقا للتاكسي في الليل ليتورط في قضية فكيف سينجو منها ~

  • J.C.
    2019-03-26 08:09

    Reading the script was interesting for me because as a teenager i had seen the film numerous times, so reading it i could hear the film in the back of my head. The best part about reading this, for me, was the fact that I got to see just how much of the film dialogue was improvised on the spot. Actors either added or subtracted to the dialogue on some scenes, adding so much more to the film than what was already there in the script. I added this in notes, sometimes word for word the changes. It made it more fun to read, for sure. To be honest, I've never really read a full screenplay before. Bits and pieces, sure, but never something entirely. This one doesn't seem to be covered in much jargon, which made it easier to read without having to be bothered by all the instructions. i've always wanted to write a screenplay...I attempted it years ago but I found writing it the way that i was writing it was extremely tedious and boring. Now, with this script's formation as an example, I can see how it might be far more exciting and yet to the point.Anyway, the film is still interesting and still modern. Travis speaks to all those who are isolated by modern society, the loners and outcasts who don't understand themselves or the world around them. Not saying all of them are going to be or will be assassins, but I think there's some humane quality, in a very bizarre and dark light, about Travis, and that's the most interesting part of his character is to me.

  • Mark
    2019-04-20 11:09

    Schrader once said,"[S]creenplays are not works of art. They are invitations to others to collaborate on a work of art, but they are not in themselves works of art." I'd be tempted to disagree on the basis of a number of his works, but especially Taxi Driver, which in its stage directions and characterizations of Travis Bickle gives him a novelistic depth, which makes sense as Schrader said he intentionally produced a screenplay hewing closer to a chapter-segmented novel than typical screenwriting standards would prescribe, in order to make the script look less like typical Hollywood product. Paradoxically, Schrader's words come closest to reflecting the truth in the way that the screenplay is necessarily overshadowed by the finished film in a way that it wouldn't have a chance to be were it an unfilmed screenplay, or an unfilmable one, like Nabokov's Lolita script. Much like the film, the script is laser-focused on being an in-depth character study of Bickle, so the script wouldn't quite be able to stand alone, reading more like a character bible than any recognizable story of any kind; this makes sense, as Schrader strictly compartmentalizes what he brings to a filmmaking project (theme, character, and structure), so this is less complete a screenplay than some, though there are some specific indications of camera movements and their purposes. Novelistic as Schrader may have aimed to be, the Taxi Driver screenplay is best appreciated as such a character bible, expanding on motivations and background just a little bit more, in very satisfactory ways that suggest how De Niro transformed Schrader's creation into a performance. Virtually all of what appears here that ended up eliminated from the final cut (mostly fatty, chattier bits with less apparent purpose, mostly involving peripheral characters) deserved that fate, in order to hone an even more exact and spare portrait of the film's unforgettable central character.

  • Arlind Fazliu
    2019-03-29 10:19

    I found it cool that it was very much like the movie.Maybe I am not very familiar with screenplays and how much of them should a movie portray in the screen but being a big fan of the movie I must say that I absolutely adored it and I read it with a hot coffee nearby which at the end was cold as Arctic because I had just forgotten to drink it from being too absorbed in the reading.This screenplay is so important to me because it portrays a big portion of my life and the way I often feel.I find it at the same time very dangerous because there are millions of people who can identify themselves with Travis Bickle and some of them may think that their destiny is similar to that of Travis and decide to go in a killing spree.Anyways,this screenplay is great and everyone who has seen the movie and is a big fan of it shall give it a go and find the similarities and differences.

  • Chavi
    2019-04-01 05:12

    Reading this - the screenplay of Scorcese's film 'Taxi Driver' - confirmed for me what a great movie it it. The screenplay is a story - dialogue, a plot, a character.The movie is more than that. When I watched the film I experienced it - the kind of movement where time gets shorter and you're anticipating what's coming next without realizing that you're holding your breath. I didn't know until after when I'd read reviews about the famous movie that I was experiencing the descent into psychosis, the buildup towards violence. The screenplay doesn't have that same kind of momentum, which is I guess what makes it such a great screenplay - it's written specifically for the screen.

  • Matt
    2019-04-02 04:57

    Only three stars because Schrader's script is good but it's really just a backup for DeNiro's masterfully brooding performance. And since so much of the film is improvised anyway, the script is really just a template more than anything else.

  • carltheaker
    2019-03-26 05:09

    Entranced with the movie when it first came out I hunted downthe book, which is just a light treating of the script intoreadable form, printedafter the movie obviously just to cash in on its popularity(and suckers like me).

  • yashar
    2019-04-14 03:22

    کتاب قشنگی هست داستان یه تفنگ دار دریایی برگشته از جنگ و موجه شدنش با جامعه ای که متعلق به اون نیست

  • Saman Kashi
    2019-04-01 03:18

    در صورت تمایل، جهت مشخصات فیلمی که بر اساس این کتاب ساخته شده‌ است؛ می‌توانید از لینک زیر استفاده بفرمایید

  • Erik09
    2019-04-01 09:01

    nice story from a class of society and the problems to earn money, thanks Mahta, kisses

  • Alene
    2019-03-28 06:23

    The story's a classic, the movie's a classic, and the character's an icon. In screenplays, for me, the dialogue's everything, and this screenplay had great dialogue that really revealed character.

  • Faranak Bakhshipour
    2019-04-22 10:24

    I need to watch it again ...

  • Michael Krarup
    2019-04-15 07:20

  • Sirius Black
    2019-03-28 05:20

    It is an amazing script. I have never read such an instructive screenplay before; Schrader is in control of everything. Of course he had listened to the director and they cooperated together. I cannot really say the story is good; but Schrader creates a character, who might be considered a cliche for today. Nevertheless, this might be the movie which turned this character into a cliche, so that means the roots of stoic pscyho, anti-hero were initiated in this script. Indeed, knights, cowboys and other archaic heroes have similar codes. Even today we can see the similar characteristics; Goslings mostly acts this type of characters. The Driver and Blade Runner 2049 have the same hero. Especially in the Driver, the interesting and ironic thing is these heroes have distorted notion of "moral." They are both black and white, and do not know what is really "right." In this sense the characters have a similarity with Fleming from The Red Badge of Courage; Fleming is a coward, but as a result of a coincidence he becomes a hero just like Travis, who plans to assassin the politician but fails. Creating an existentialist character, who does not talk a lot and does not sleep enough is good; but questioning the nature of morality and the circumstances is a better dilemma created in the script.

  • Christian Sanaploianu
    2019-04-04 02:56

    Greatest Screenplay I've ever read. Schrader finds a brilliant way to bring the reader into the lost, troubled mind of Travis Bickle

  • P.S. Winn
    2019-04-12 06:04

    Travis Bickle is a an who can't sleep so he takes a job as a taxi driver and takes readers on a crazy journey. This is a gutsy story and an interesting read.