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Not long after, Juno goes into labor and is rushed to the hospital, where she gives birth to a baby boy. She had deliberately not told Paulie because of his track meet.
Seeing her missing from the stands, Paulie rushes to the hospital, finds Juno has given birth to their son, and comforts Juno as she cries.
Vanessa comes to the hospital where she joyfully claims the newborn boy as a single adoptive mother.
On the wall in the baby's new nursery, Vanessa has framed Juno's note, which reads: "Vanessa: If you're still in, I'm still in.
In addition, Rainn Wilson plays the convenience store clerk, Valerie Tian plays the pro-life protester and Emily Perkins plays the abortion clinic receptionist.
Ann Hulbert of Slate magazine believed that Juno " both pro-life and pro-choice purism. Hadley Freeman of The Guardian criticized Juno for "complet a hat-trick of American comedies in the past 12 months that present abortion as unreasonable, or even unthinkable—a telling social sign", though she noted, "I don't believe any of these films is consciously designed to be anti-abortion propaganda.
Scott, writing for The New York Times, agreed that Juno has "an underlying theme, a message that is not anti-abortion but rather pro-adulthood.
The most important thing is the choice is there, and the film completely demonstrates that. He said that "Juno seems to be a mirror, and people see themselves in it.
Wesley Morris of The Boston Globe concluded "Juno serves cool, intelligent girls something they rarely see in a movie: themselves.
I saw writing this screenplay as an opportunity to create an iconic female. We don't have our Catcher in the Rye. Diablo Cody was first approached to write a screenplay by film producer Mason Novick, who had previously landed her a book deal for her memoir, Candy Girl: A Year in the Life of an Unlikely Stripper, after discovering her blog about stripping.
He persuaded her to adapt the book for the screen, but suggested that she first write a screenwriting sample to show studios; that sample became Juno.
After deciding on an adoption storyline, Cody collected the stories of adoptees, birth parents and adoptive parents, including that of her then-husband, an adoptee who reunited with his birth parents after she wrote the film.
She also found inspiration in the story of a close friend who had become pregnant in high school and used some details from her friend's experience in the film, such as mistreatment from an ultrasound technician.
Much of Juno, however, was based on Cody's own high school experiences: She dated a tic-tac-loving boy similar to Paulie, she was best friends with a cheerleader like Leah, and she used a hamburger phone identical to the one that appears in the film.
After writing the screenplay over seven weeks in the Starbucks section of a Target store in Crystal, Minnesota, Cody compared writing to breathing, seeing Juno as an extension of herself.
Novick sent Cody's screenplay to his friend Jason Reitman; by the time Reitman had read halfway through the script, he felt that if he did not direct the film, he would regret it for the rest of his life.
Initially, Reitman found it difficult to acquire the script, because his first film, Thank You for Smoking, had not been released yet, so he did not have any feature film credits.
Other directors, including Jon Poll, were considered, but Reitman was chosen and he interrupted work on his own spec script in order to direct Juno.
Cody says she had a cynical attitude when writing Juno "I didn't ever think this film would be produced" and, indeed, the film was delayed by financial problems.
After its controversial nature scared off a number of major studios, John Malkovich's production company, Mr. Mudd, took on the project.
It was later brought to production company Mandate Pictures by co-producer Jim Miller. The funding originated from the United States.
Casting Having admired her performance in Hard Candy, Reitman cast Ellen Page in the lead role, saying that when he read the screenplay for the first time he pictured her as Juno.
He visited her on the set of a film on which she was working to offer her the role. He also handed the script to J. Simmons, who had featured in his previous film, Thank You for Smoking, not telling him that he intended Simmons to play Mac.
Simmons says that, after reading the script, he would have been happy to play even the high school teacher who has no speaking lines.
Other cast members Reitman had "in mind right from the start" were Olivia Thirlby—who had originally unsuccessfully auditioned for the role of Juno—and Michael Cera.
He took them with Page and Simmons to a Panavision stage in California and shot 45 pages of the script on 35mm film against a black backdrop.
He presented this footage to Fox Searchlight as the initial cast. Reitman highlighted the importance of doing a screen test instead of individual auditions, saying: "This is a movie that's all about relationships and the idea of auditioning people outside of each other, one-on-one with the casting director, didn't make sense.
After working with Jason Bateman on The Kingdom, Garner recommended him to Reitman when they first met; Bateman was cast as Mark, the last cast member to be signed.
McFadden was doing scoring work for Reitman when he received the Juno screenplay and asked McFadden to appear in the film; Reitman thought that it was "perfect irony" for the chemistry teacher to be played by Cut Chemist.
Michael Cera stated that the film had "a lot of Canadian influence" due to the fact that he and Page were Canadian and that a lot of the other actors originated from Vancouver.
Cera's comment was a response to a statement from Peter Howell of the Toronto Star: "I thought Juno was a very Canadian movie, even though it was set in the U.
Although films commonly use a Canada-as-America location shift for budgetary reasons, Reitman insists the choice of filming location was instead at his request.
After minimal rehearsal, filming took place in February and March on a six-week schedule, of which 30 days were designated to filming.
The crew was planning to import snow for the film's winter events, but it snowed on location, and they were able to reschedule filming to shoot the winter scenes during snowfall, which second assistant director Josy Capkun says resulted in much wider snow shots than originally planned.
Although the film was shot out of sequence, the final scene was scheduled for the final day and, after a long period of rain, the crew was intending to shut down production and resume months later to shoot the scene, set in summer, but the rain stopped and they were able to shoot the scene in the sun.
This was due to a suggestion by Page. Diablo and I discussed putting a Moldy Peaches song in it where the characters would sing to each other.
I got in touch with Kimya Dawson of The Moldy Peaches and she started sending me her work, which was beautiful, and that became a lot of the soundtrack.
Reitman contacted Dawson, and, after reading the film's screenplay, she agreed for her songs to be used in the film, sending him a packet of CDs containing about songs.
The songs were almost entirely self-published by Dawson, who says she wrote nothing specifically for Juno and that all the songs had been performed and recorded before she was contacted to work on the film.
Reitman asked her to additionally re-record instrumentals, which included humming over the lyrics of some of her songs. He also contacted composer Mateo Messina, with whom he had previously worked on Thank You for Smoking, to compose the film's incidental score.
He gave Messina a collection of Dawson's songs and asked him to create "the sound of the film" through an instrumental score that replicated the recording quality, tone, feel and innocence of her music.
Messina decided to implement an "acoustic guitar feel that was jangled and was really loose, like Juno. Page also suggested Cat Power's cover of the song "Sea of Love", which Reitman was hesitant to include as it had already been featured in the film Sea of Love; however, he decided that its inclusion would mark a "new take" on the film's cinematic references.
Initially, Reitman had conceived of Juno being a fan of glam rock, but rejected it as too inauthentic, and he said he wanted to construct Juno to be "into music very real and authentic", making her a fan of punk rock, including The Runaways, Patti Smith and Iggy Pop and the Stooges.
He found children's songwriter Barry Louis Polisar's "All I Want Is You" after "surfing iTunes for hours on end" using different words and names as search terms and thought that the handmade quality was perfect for the opening titles, which were afterwards made to correspond to the song.
The "Brunch Bowlz" jingle, Mark writes in the film, was composed by advertisement writer Chris Corley, with whom Reitman had previously worked on a set of commercials for Wal-Mart.
Design The film was set out in a sequence of the year's seasons, which, Reitman said, "really resonated with me when I read it, because they mirror the three trimesters of Juno's pregnancy.
Brown leaves were composited onto a fake tree outside Juno's house and cherry blossom trees outside Leah's house were touched up in a lighter shade of pink to depict autumn; a fan was used to blow leaves around in some scenes as if the leaves were falling from trees.
Fake flowers were used in front of Paulie's house at the end of the film to give the impression of summer. Reitman used different colors to inform character, such as the burgundy and gold Dancing Elk High School track uniforms and an early scene with Juno in a red hooded jacket "walking through a world of somber greens and browns.
Production designer Steve Saklad designed Mark and Vanessa's house with the assumption that "Vanessa has probably read every home magazine and tried to copy what's in them as best she could.
She dressed Vanessa in clothes that were "simple and very tasteful" but with an "anal-retentive quality" and Mark in conservative clothing to complement Vanessa's taste.
It was Page's suggestion that Juno wear flannel shirts and sweater-vests. Page also had to wear two sizes of prosthetic belly fitted like a corset in the back, a third "real" belly that is seen when Juno has an ultrasound, and a variety of sizes of fake breasts.
The footage displayed on Juno's ultrasound monitor is of supervising sound designer Scott Sanders's son Matthew and was embedded into the scene in post-production.
Opening title sequence Juno's opening title sequence, depicting a rotoscoped Juno walking through her town while drinking a bottle of SunnyD orange drink, was put together over 7—8 months by a small design studio, Shadowplay Studio, based in Los Angeles.
Reitman had met the studio's co-founder Gareth Smith in Japan on the short film festival circuit where they each had shorts screening.
Shadowplay created the opening title sequence for Reitman's previous film, Thank You for Smoking, and he contacted them again when he found out he was going to direct Juno.
With vintage s punk-rock posters as inspiration, Smith and artist Jenny Lee decided to create a sequence that "had texture and a little bit of edge, but also imparted the warmth and heart of the screenplay".
In the last days of filming in Vancouver, Ellen Page was photographed with a high speed camera from a number of angles walking on a treadmill and drinking SunnyD.
The pictures were cut out and scanned back onto the computer, then layered onto the background drawn by Lee with compositing software to create a stop motion animation sequence that corresponded to "All I Want Is You" by Barry Louis Polisar, the song Reitman had chosen.
Shadowplay also designed the titlecards for each of the seasons for the film, hand-made a custom typeface for the opening title sequence and the closing credits, and collaborated on the design of the soundtrack and the DVD.
With a well-received preview first screened on September 1, at the Telluride Film Festival, Juno premiered on September 8 at the Toronto International Film Festival and received a standing ovation, which prompted film critic Roger Ebert to say "I don't know when I've heard a standing ovation so long, loud and warm.
Although Juno was originally intended to open in theaters on December 15, , it was moved forward to take advantage of the positive reviews and buzz preceding its release, and opened in limited release on December 5, playing in only seven theaters in Los Angeles and New York City.
It opened in an additional thirteen cities and around 25 theaters on December 14, expanding further on December 21 before entering wide release on December Promotion Anthony Breznican of the USA Today said in a article that Juno is one of three films that were "orchestrated to start off as word-of-mouth favorites among devoted moviegoers.
Though the phones were originally distributed in small numbers to viewers at promotional events, companies not affiliated with Fox Searchlight began to produce and sell the phones on eBay and other online stores.
In the month after the film's release, sales of the phone on eBay increased by percent and it was named one of the "10 Cool Gifts for Film Buffs" by Entertainment Weekly.
Creating Juno" , while the second disc is a DRM-encrypted version of the film for portable players.
Juno Movie. Create Report. A tale told over four seasons, starting in autumn when Juno, a year-old high-school junior in Minnesota, discovers she's pregnant after one event in a chair with her best friend, Bleeker.
In the waiting room of an abortion clinic, the quirky and whip-sharp Juno decides to give birth and to place the child with an adoptive couple.
She finds one in the PennySaver personals, contacts them, tells her dad and step-mother, and carries on with school. The chosen parents, upscale yuppies one of whom is cool and laid back, the other meticulous and uptight , meet Juno, sign papers, and the year unfolds.
Will Juno's plan work, can she improvise, and what about Bleeker? Ellen Page. Michael Cera. Nu ai cont? Program cinema. Dvd Dvd BluRay Soundtrack.
Nota IMDB: 7. Trailere Juno un trailer. Imagini Juno 56 imagini Vezi imagini. Distributie Juno. Distribuitorul international Fox Searchlight Pictures.
Distribuit in Romania de MediaPro Distribution. Site oficial Juno. Data Rating. Mikala pe 28 Mai Mie una imi place filmul. Chiar ai ce invata din el : sa nu faci copii asa devreme ,.
Fetelor mai bine invatati voi , vedeti-va de scoala , sa nu ajungeti pe strazi sau sa ajungeti insarcinate. Am vazut filmul de Sa numesti filmul asta cel mai bun pe care l-ai vazut vreodata mi se pare deja exagerat.
Dupa parerea mea e un pic previzibil,nu m-a surprins cu nimic. Singurul atuu pe care il are as spune ca este modul in care abordeaza subiectul, dar existau modalitati mult mai inspirate de a o face.
Plus ca multe chestii sunt artificiale reactia parintilor, chiar reactia ei cand afla ca este insarcinata si alte cateva.
Nominalizarea la " Best movie" chair nu isi are rostul, zic eu. Chiar atat de proaste sa fi fost filmele americane de anul asta incat Juno sa fie printre cele mai bune?
O dramedie in stilul lui Reitman. Din punctul meu de vedere a fost un film dragut, usurel, numai bun pt o seara la caldura in casa. Altfel, trebuie sa apreciez actingul lui Ellen Page, foarte naturala in rolul lui Juno.
De altfel toate personajele sunt foarte placute, desi pe Michael Cera parca l-am mai vazut de cateva ori in rolul asta. Score-ul dragut, foarte in tema, scenariu inteligent, per total numai de bine.