Fifty Shades of Grey is a 2015 American erotic romantic drama film directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, with a screenplay by Kelly Marcel. The film premiered at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival on February 11, 2015 and was released on February 13, fifty years with the golden rule pdf, by Universal Pictures and Focus Features.
Christian invites Ana for coffee, but he leaves abruptly, saying he is not the man for her. Christian later sends Ana first edition copies of two Thomas Hardy novels, including Tess of the d’Urbervilles, as a gift. Ana and her friends celebrate graduation at a local bar. After drinking too much, Ana spontaneously calls Christian, saying she is returning the books and berates his behavior towards her.
Christian goes to the bar and finds Ana, who passes out. She wakes up the next morning in Christian’s hotel room, relieved that they were not intimate. Ana and Christian begin seeing each other, though he insists that she sign a non-disclosure agreement preventing her from revealing details about their dalliance. Christian explains that he only has interrelations involving bondage that is clearly defined in a signed contract. Ana reveals that she is a virgin. Christian bestows Ana with gifts and favors, such as a new car and laptop computer.
After Ana and Kate move to Seattle, Ana continues seeing Christian. During dinner at Christian’s parents, Ana suddenly mentions she is leaving the next day to visit her mother in Georgia. Later, Christian becomes frustrated when Ana expresses she wants more than the one-sided relationship he proposes. After returning home, Ana continues seeing Christian, who wants further sexual experimentation. Ana initially consents, but Christian keeps emotionally distant, upsetting her.
While still considering the contract, and in an effort to understand Christian psychologically, Ana asks him to demonstrate how he would “punish” her for rule breaking. Christian whips Ana’s buttocks six times with a belt. In an alternative ending, both Ana and Christian experience flashbacks. Christian jogs in the rain, while Ana sobs in her apartment. Christian encounters a gift Ana gave him with the note: “This reminded me of a happy time. Dakota Johnson as Anastasia ‘Ana’ Steele, a 21-year-old English Literature student attending Washington State University.
Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey, a 27-year-old billionaire, entrepreneur, and CEO of Grey Enterprises Holdings Inc. Jennifer Ehle as Carla Wilks, Anastasia’s mother. Victor Rasuk as Jose Rodriguez, one of Anastasia’s close friends. Luke Grimes as Elliot Grey, Christian’s adopted older brother. Rita Ora as Mia Grey, Christian’s adopted younger sister.
Max Martini as Jason Taylor, Christian’s bodyguard and head of his security. Callum Keith Rennie as Ray Steele, Anastasia’s father. Andrew Airlie as Carrick Grey, Christian’s adoptive father. Dylan Neal as Bob Adams, Anastasia’s stepfather.
Anthony Konechny as Paul Clayton, the brother of the owner of Clayton’s Hardware Store. By early 2013, several Hollywood studios were keen to obtain film rights to The New York Times bestselling Fifty Shades trilogy of novels. Although American Psycho writer Bret Easton Ellis publicly expressed his desire to write the screenplay for Fifty Shades of Grey, Kelly Marcel, screenwriter of Saving Mr. By May 9, 2013, the studio was considering Joe Wright to direct, but this proved unworkable due to Wright’s schedule. Weeks, Last Tango in Paris, and Blue Is the Warmest Colour were all cited by Taylor-Johnson as inspirations for the film.
The studio originally wanted Ryan Gosling for Christian, but he was not interested in the role. Garrett Hedlund was also considered, but he could not connect with the character. During October 2013, actress Jennifer Ehle was in talks for the role of Anastasia’s mother Carla. In September, filming was scheduled to start on November 5, 2013, in Vancouver, British Columbia. The following month, producer Michael De Luca announced filming would begin on November 13, 2013.