originale : The Door in the
: Tod Williams ("The Adventures of
: 111 min.|
: Kim Basinger (Marion Cole), Jeff
Bridges (Ted Cole), Elle Fanning (Ruth Cole), Jon Foster (Eddie O'Hare), Bijou
Phillips (Alice), Mimi Rogers (Mrs. Vaughn), Claire Beckman (Mrs. Mountsier), John Rothman
(Minty), Stefanie Bari (Hot Dogwalker), LeAnna Croom (Glorie).|
: Il film è
distribuito dalla "Focus Features" e prodotto dalla "Good
Machine" ("Adaptation", "Buffalo Soldiers",
"Laurel Canyon") - This is That Productions (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Revere Pictures (A Shot at
Glory). In Italia il film è distribuito dalla EAGLE
: Il film è disponibile in DVD zona 2 dal 23 agosto 2006.|
|Altri titoli :
In Germania il film è uscito il 21/10/2004 col titolo "The
Door in the Floor - Die Tür der Versuchung", in Argentina col
titolo "Una mujer Infiel", in Spagna col titolo "Una
La colonna sonora del film è stata composta da Marcelo Zarvos ed è
disponibile dal 22.06.2004 su CD "DECCA Records - UMG
Soundtracks". Ecco l'elenco completo dei brani:
|Track 1 Main Titles Running Time 2:16|
|Track 2 Ted and Marion Running Time 2:21|
|Track 3 The Pawn Running Time 1:58|
|Track 4 A Sound Like Someone Trying Not to Make a Sound
Running Time 2:49|
|Track 5 The Kuleshov Effect
Running Time 2:51|
|Track 6 Gin Lane - I Running Time 0:55|
|Track 7 Gin Lane - II Running Time 3:09|
|Track 8 Marion Leaving Running Time 2:28|
|Track 9 The Leg Running Time 6:19|
|Track 10 Orient Point Running Time 2:53|
|Track 11 Eduardo Gets Fired
Running Time 1:00|
|Track 12 Summer Job Running Time 3:57|
|Track 13 The Door in the Floor
Running Time 3:13|
|Track 14 An Entertainer of Children
Running Time 1:05|
|Track 15 Ruth and Her Brothers
Running Time 1:57|
|Track 16 Reprise Running Time 4:08|
|Track 17 Down the Hatch Running Time 2:09|
Altri brani utilizzati nel film.
"Still Care" Performed by B&D Written by Brnja Sigurdarttir and Drifa Sigurdarttir Courtesy of KGM Entertainment Group.
Don Giovanni - No. 5, Duet and Chorus, "Giovinette, che fatte all'amore" Composed by W.A. Mozart Courtesy of Promusic.
"Hard To Explain" Performed by The Strokes Written by Julian Casablancas Courtesy of The RCA Records Label, A unit of BMG Under license from BMG Film & Television Music.
"WET" Performed by Kia Babydoll Jeffries Written by Kia Jeffries, Gregory Jean Pierre, and Sonja Holder Courtesy of Lady and The Champ Entertainment & Chemical Beats, Inc.
"Overdrive" and "Dubsonix (Bass and Drum Remix)" Performed and Written by Paul Hsu Courtesy of Hsiao Ti.
"Four In The Evening" Performed by Chicago Underground Quartet Written by Jeff Parker Courtesy of Thrill Jockey Records.
"Chance Meeting" Performed & Written by Marcelo Zarvos Courtesy of MA Recordings.
"I Gave You" Performed by B&D Written by Kingsley Gardner, Brnja Sigurdarttir, Drifa Sigurdarttir, Donald Spangler Courtesy of KGM Entertainment Group & Sharp Teeth Music.
"Waltz Of The Voices Of Spring" Composed by Johann Strauss Courtesy of Promusic.
"Bompo" Performed by The Ornette Coleman Trio Written by Ornette Coleman Courtesy of Ornette Coleman.
"My Neck, My Back" Performed by Khia Written by Khia Chambers, Michael Williams, Edward Meriwether Courtesy of Artemis Records.
"E Depois…" Performed by Seu Jorge e BiD Written by Seu Jorge e BiD Courtesy of Soul City Recordings"Ride On" Performed by Tricky featuring Merlin Santana Written by Gerard C. Baker, Terell Borden, Kingsley Gardner, Merlin Santana Courtesy of Music 4 Life Productions.
R (for strong sexuality and graphic images, and language).|
|Altri titoli :
Il film è uscito in
Spagna (22.10.2004) col titolo "Una mujer difícil", in
Germania (21.10.2004) col titolo "The Door in the Floor - Die Tür der
Versuchung", in Brasile col titolo "Provocação".|
storia : This
is the dramatic story of the family of children's books author Ted
Cole (Jeff Bridges) in 1958 coping with the recent deaths of two
teenage sons in a freak car accident. Hoping to inspire his wife to
divorce him, Ted hires a personal assistant (Jon Foster) who is a dead ringer for
one of the boys, but what he doesn't expect is that his wife, Marion
(Kim Basinger), has the opposite reaction, and begins to have an
affair with the teenager that borders on incestuous. Meanwhile, this
strange couple still has a remaining child, four-year-old daughter
Ruth (Elle Fanning).|
Incasso USA - $ 3,854,624 (sale 134), week end apertura (sale 47) - $ 456,876.
Incasso italiano: € 57.018,25.|
|Da UPCOMINGMOVIES: "One of the storytelling traits that author John Irving is
known for (though this isn't true of *all* of his novels), is his interest in spreading his hero's (or in this case, heroine's) story across their life, starting at childhood, and working his way up to adulthood. That's what he did with the novel, "A Widow for One Year", that this movie is based upon, which was an immediate success upon its publication in 1998. Irving is popular in Hollywood, where his books have been adapted into critical and audience favorites like The World According to Garp and The Cider House Rules (that one, by himself). So, it was not surprising that screenwriters tried their hand at adapting "Widow" to the big screen, but Irving was reportedly unsatisfied with the approaches, which invariably concentrated on Ruth as an adult, perhaps distracted by the title. It was, however, director and writer Tod Williams, who impressed Irving, both with feature debut, The Adventures of Sebastian Cole, and with his idea of adapting just the first third of the novel, in which the main character is still a little girl. The effect, then, is sort of what a movie would be like if it adapted just the first 150 or so pages of "Garp", and stopped when he got out of high school, or if a movie was made about "The Hotel New Hampshire" that never showed what happened after the family left the hotel. Considering how sprawling and epic Irving's novels are, in lieu of becoming TV mini-series (preferably for HBO or a similar network where content isn't an issue), it sort of makes sense for just a section to be adapted, unless a studio wants to make a four-hour movie, and that's definitely not a trend that anyone appears to be interested in encouraging these days. Who know, anyway... since this film doesn't use the "Widow" title, there's technically still a chance that the rest of the book might get made
|HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: "Basinger steps into 'Door' for
Focus/Revere. Jan. 16, 2003. Kim Basinger is in negotiations to star opposite Jeff Bridges in Focus Features/Revere Pictures' "Door in the Floor" for writer-helmer Tod Williams. The project, an adaptation of John Irving's novel "A Widow for One Year," centers on
Ruth, a writer in her 30s who is searching for romantic happiness despite bearing emotional scars from her childhood. She never knew her two older brothers, who died as teenagers in an automobile accident, and the tragedy ultimately drives her parents apart. Her father, Ted (Bridges), a children's book writer, copes by seducing younger women, while her mother, Marion (Basinger), has sex with her father's 16-year-old assistant and abandons her family. Ted Hope and Anne Carey are producing the project. Basinger, repped by CAA, most recently starred onscreen opposite Eminem in Universal Pictures/Imagine Entertainment's "8 Mile." She next stars in "People I Know," which makes its debut at this year's Sundance Film Festival. She won a supporting actress Oscar for her role in
"L.A. Confidential." |
|ZAP2IT: Basinger Bad Mommy in 'Door in the
Floor'? Hot from playing Eminem's neglectful mother in "8 Mile," Kim Basinger is in talks to play another 'bad' mother in "Door in the Floor" for Focus Features/Revere Pictures. The film stars Jeff Bridges
("Seabiscuit."). Written and directed by Tod Williams ("The Adventures of Sebastian Cole,") and based on John Irving's novel "A Widow for One Year," the film centers on a writer in her 30s who tries to find romance and happiness despite a traumatic childhood. Following the death of her two teenage brothers in a car crash, her parents fall into destructive lifestyles. The father has sex with younger women, and the mother runs off with her husband's 16-year-old assistant.
According to The Hollywood Reporter Basinger will play the mother and Bridges the father.
Basinger, 47, will next be starring in Daniel Algrant's "People I Know" opposite Al Pacino, which debuts this week at the Sundance Film Festival. She will soon begin filming Martha Coolidge's "Aurora Island" with Joaquin Phoenix.
No production date has been set for "Door in the Floor." |
|MOVIEHOLE: Eminem's Mamma has a "Door in the Floor". Comeback queen Kim Basinger ("8 Mile") is in negotiations to star with Jeff Bridges in Focus Features/Revere Pictures' "Door in the Floor" for writer-helmer Tod Williams, says The Hollywood Reporter. The project, an adaptation of John Irving's novel "A Widow for One Year," centers on Ruth, a writer in her 30s who is searching for romantic happiness despite bearing emotional scars from her childhood. She never knew her two older brothers, who died as teenagers in an automobile accident, and the tragedy ultimately drives her parents apart. Her father, Ted (Bridges), a children's book writer, copes by seducing younger women, while her mother, Marion (Basinger), has sex with her father's 16-year-old assistant and abandons her family. |
|YAHOO NEWS: "Basinger continues bad mother work - Kim Basinger is in talks to continue where she left off in 8 Mile and play a wayward mother in new US drama Door In The
Floor. The 49-year-old beauty is lined up to portray the mother of a lonely writer who abandons her family after a fling with a 16-year-old boy.
The film, which will star veteran Tinseltown dude Jeff Bridges, is based on a novel by John Irving, author of The Cider House
|ANANOVA: "Kim Basinger to play another 'bad' mother.
Kim Basinger is in negotiations to star opposite Jeff Bridges in new US movie Door In The
Floor. It features a writer in her thirties who is searching for romantic happiness, despite suffering emotional scars from her
childhood. Basinger will play her mother Marion, who has sex with her father's 16-year-old assistant and abandons her family.
Ted Hope and Anne Carey will produce the movie, which is based on John Irving's novel A Widow for One Year, according to Hollywood Reporter.
Basinger recently starred opposite Eminem in 8 Mile. She will make her next big screen appearance in People I Know, which makes its debut at this year's Sundance Film
|MOVIES: "Jeff Bridges will star in this adaptation of John Irving's 537-page novel A Widow for One Year. It's about a family that features a moderately successful writer husband, who's also an alcoholic and a womanizer; an emotionally comatose mother, still shell-shocked from the earlier deaths of her sons; and a vulnerable young girl named Ruth, who seeks stability and
Alcuni giudizi sul film :
| "Jeff Bridges offers perhaps the wittiest and richest piece of screen acting by an American man so far this year in the best movie yet made from John Irving's fiction."
| "The Door in the Floor is a film about child abuse. The filmmakers either don't realize this or don't have the courage to admit it."
-- Jeffrey Westhoff, NORTHWEST HERALD (CRYSTAL LAKE, IL)|
| "Dark cinema, but also perceptive and revelatory in exploring how an ill-fated couple struggles to cope with tragedy."
-- Brian Webster, APOLLO GUIDE|
|"I hope that Bridges will be remembered at Oscar time, but he probably won't be, and that will be further proof that he has given another typically first-rate Jeff Bridges performance."
-- Gary Thompson, PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS|
| "Compelling than satisfying."
-- Ella Taylor, L.A. WEEKLY|
| "[Williams] maintains a well-judged equilibrium between the characters' agonies and forced exhilarations."
-- Bob Strauss, LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS|
| "One for the grownups who lean towards the art house."
-- Chuck Schwartz, CRANKY CRITIC®|
| "It's a pleasure to watch Bridges and Basinger expose their characters' flaws and inner torment so powerfully."
-- Diana Saenger, REELTALK MOVIE REVIEWS|
| "As rich with comic moments as an Irving novel."
-- Mary F. Pols, CONTRA COSTA TIMES|
| "A compelling, beautifully acted drama."
-- Sheri Linden, BOXOFFICE MAGAZINE|
| "Bitter and bracing..." -- Josh Larsen, SUN PUBLICATIONS (CHICAGO, IL)|
| "One of the better adaptations of a John Irving novel."
-- Timothy Knight, REEL.COM|
| "There are more than a couple of moments in this film ... that get Irving's sense of grotesque tragedy and tragic grotesquerie just right."
-- Glenn Kenny, PREMIERE MAGAZINE|
| "Fascinating use of children as metaphor."
-- Harvey S. Karten, COMPUSERVE|
| "As tenderly acted as Door is, it never finds its tone or purpose."
-- Chris Hewitt, ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS|
| "A smutty, bargain-basement version of In the Bedroom."
-- Ed Gonzalez, SLANT MAGAZINE|
| "Works better as an actors' showcase than as a wholly satisfying filmgoing experience."
-- Ken Fox, TV GUIDE'S MOVIE GUIDE|
| "In an example of the film’s veneration of mature female sexuality, Mimi Rogers, approaching 50, fearlessly bares all in a scene heartbreaking in its cruelty."
-- Annlee Ellingson, FILMSTEW.COM|
| "Filled with darkly off-kilter humor and uncomfortably funny moments that resonate both emotionally and intellectually."
-- Spence D., IGN FILMFORCE|
| "This is classic Jeff Bridges, an actor whom we should just retire the term 'underrated' to describe him and give the man his due as one of the finest actors in any medium."
-- Erik Childress, EFILMCRITIC.COM|
| "Bridges, a consistently under-appreciated actor, does arguably the best work of his career..."
-- Carlo Cavagna, ABOUTFILM.COM|
| "This movie's heart is set on suggesting that the cure for what ails you emotionally is sex. And, if it's a little on
the forbidden side, all the better." -- Jules Brenner (FC), VARIAGATE.COM|
| "A languorous, fitfully compelling screen adaptation."
-- Misha Berson, SEATTLE TIMES|
| "As directed by second-timer Tod Williams, The Door in the Floor tackles each sequence as if it were a separate movie; the tones never match."
-- Jeffrey M. Anderson, COMBUSTIBLE CELLULOID|
| "Bridges explores lusty hedonism while Mimi Rogers’s bold nudity galvanizes. But I’m getting tired of the double standard."
-- Victoria Alexander, FILMSINREVIEW.COM|
| "Its curious combination of refined understatement and theatrical flamboyance proves oddly compelling."
-- Frank Swietek, ONE GUY'S OPINION|
| "A likable drama within its limitations."
-- David Sterritt, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR|
| "fails to even approximate reasonable human emotion or behavior"
-- Nicholas Schager, FILMCRITIC.COM|
| "The Door in the Floor is unfocused beyond repair."
-- Dustin Putman, THEMOVIEBOY.COM|
| "A jarring cinematic experience, suggesting both an unusual respect for the audience and a frustrating unwillingness on the part of the filmmaker to get his hands dirty."
-- Eugene Novikov, FILM BLATHER|
| "Strongly character-based...[but] the balance among the characters is badly skewed and, as well, they are an unsympathetic lot"
-- Arthur Lazere, CULTUREVULTURE.NET|
| "Jeff Bridges brilliantly juggles the comedic and tragic aspects of the material. Too bad the film as a whole is a mixed bag."
-- Kevin N. Laforest, MONTREAL FILM JOURNAL|
| "A sophisticated, intelligent, summer film for adults who yearn for something more than popcorn flicks."
-- Bruce Kirkland, JAM! MOVIES|
| "Lines soaked with irony in the novel are played utterly straight-faced in the film—making Irving’s tale seem
less imaginative (and considerably more pretentious) than it is."
-- Ben Kenigsberg, EAST HAMPTON INDEPENDENT|
| "By turns absorbing, unsettling and, for lack of a better word, icky."
-- Karen Karbo, OREGONIAN|
| "A strange, dark, complex, multi-layered and intricately constructed narrative examining how people deal with a devastating tragedy."
-- Susan Granger|
| "Marion (Kim Basinger) is, in Irving's universe, the perfect muse, the victim you can blame. "
-- Cynthia Fuchs, POPMATTERS|
| "An alert, adult and intelligent film."
-- David Elliott, SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE|
| "If 'storytelling is all in the details', then the little moments add up to a movie worth seeing."
-- Cherryl Dawson and Leigh Ann Palone, THEMOVIECHICKS.COM|
| " Williams' adaptation is unflaggingly faithful while also illuminating the marvelous parallels and symbols of words and pictures that Irving uses to connect his characters"
-- Laura Clifford, REELING REVIEWS|
| "Sleazy in that Irving incestuous fashion: highbrow and lowbrow--Cheever doing beaver."
-- Walter Chaw, FILM FREAK CENTRAL|
| "The Door in the Floor is one of the best films of the year with its mature treatment of loss, sexuality and the emotional education of a young man. "
-- Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, SPIRITUALITY AND HEALTH|
| "Subtly captivating, fact-of-life moment(s) define (the film's) emotional timbre..."
-- Rob Blackwelder, SPLICEDWIRE|
| "It works as a fascinating and often very funny character study/satire of a famous author, though it loses interest the harder it tries to be profound and falls apart completely toward the end."
-- William Arnold, SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER|
| "Acute, introspective look at a dysfunctional family gets a boost from Jeff Bridges' performance."
-- Boo Allen, DENTON RECORD CHRONICLE (TX)|
| "Basinger and Bridges embrace the challenge -- he comes off as a adulterous cad who'll never work through the tragedy; she is a cold woman who's left without feeling."
-- E! ONLINE|
|"[Jeff Bridges] is absolutely riveting in The Door in the Floor."
-- Philip Wuntch, DALLAS MORNING NEWS|
| "If Ted Cole were writing this, he would have sailed it toward his wastepaper basket."
-- Stephen Whitty, NEWARK STAR-LEDGER|
| "An American tragedy, exquisitely shot in the muted tones of the New England painter's scenes of desolation and disappointment."
-- Susan Walker, TORONTO STAR|
| "Extraordinary in every way, from the pitch-perfect performances to the delicate handling of explosive subject matter, The Door in the Floor is also a model of page-to-screen adaptation."
-- Peter Travers, ROLLING STONE|
| "Little more than tony melodrama."
-- Desson Thomson, WASHINGTON POST|
| "Jeff Bridges offers perhaps the wittiest and richest piece of screen acting by an American man so far this year in the best movie yet made from John Irving's fiction."
-- A.O. Scott, NEW YORK TIMES|
| "A thoughtful, melancholy story of love, loss, pain, betrayal and the lingering after-effects of tragedy."
-- David Rooney, VARIETY|
| "[I]t's so strong and the performance by Basinger and by Bridges and this young actor, there's such good work and there are some quiet moments of grief that really hit you ..."
-- Richard Roeper, EBERT & ROEPER|
| "Graced by bold performances, lyrical visuals and, most notably, Irving's own words, which have made the transition quite intact thanks to a faithful but still filmic adaptation by writer-director Tod Williams."
-- Michael Rechtshaffen, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER|
| "Director Williams' tale never quite finds its footing."
-- Steven Rea, PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER|
| "At times it plays like an affecting portrait of a marriage on life support intersecting with an earnest coming-of-age story, at times like a Lands' End catalog in which all the models have been instructed to squint at the middle distance."
-- Ed Park, VILLAGE VOICE|
| "That Williams occasionally comes close to the author's layered spirit is a tribute to his passion. But the film fails on a number of levels."
-- Jack Mathews, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS|
| "Handsome but coldly uninvolving and pretentious."
-- Lou Lumenick, NEW YORK POST|
| "[Bridges] bursts through The Door in the Floor like it was made of plywood and, in the process, delivers the year's first full-bodied dramatic performance."
-- Glenn Lovell, SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS|
| "Well-acted, well-shot, humorous, touching, thoughtful and sharp, it nonetheless is missing that certain spark that lifts solid work above itself."
-- Tom Long, DETROIT NEWS|
| "Irving writes about the consequences of the choices we make with endless and honest empathy for the flawed and damaged, and Williams does that too, allowing us to feel deeply for Ted, Marion and the future of Ruth."
-- Terry Lawson, DETROIT FREE PRESS|
| "Showcasing three individuals whose spiritual and physical journeys are both repellent and mundane, the film is just a long and pointless slog."
-- Mick LaSalle, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE|
| "A carefully conceived, thoughtfully orchestrated effort in taste and restraint that ultimately is too restrained and tasteful."
-- Ann Hornaday, WASHINGTON POST|
| "Something feels missing here -- like a middle and an end, maybe."
-- Rick Groen, GLOBE AND MAIL|
| "It's easily the most robust and compelling movie ever spun off from Irving's work."
-- Owen Gleiberman, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY|
| "Williams handles the main line of the story, the war between Ted and Marion, clearly and strongly."
-- Roger Ebert, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES|
| "A masterwork? Not really, but Door in the Floor has been made with devotion to the spirit of the material that inspired it."
-- Robert Denerstein, DENVER ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS|
| "An unassuming pleasure."
-- Manohla Dargis, LOS ANGELES TIMES|
| "Perversely gripping." -- Colin Covert, MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE|
| "After Garp, this is the best screen treatment of the bunch."
-- Mike Clark, USA TODAY|
| "Feels more about a situation than actual people. It's sensitively rendered, filled with those necessary evocative details, and it never rings true."
-- Mark Caro, CHICAGO TRIBUNE|
| "A stunningly well-acted drama for grown-ups."
-- Ty Burr, BOSTON GLOBE|
| "We're asked to care about a self-absorbed children's author, his depressive, self-absorbed wife and their self-absorbed 16-year-old assistant."
-- Michael Booth, DENVER POST|
| "For the most part, The Door in the Floor is well-made, and it held my attention throughout, but this is one of those motion pictures where it's easier to admire than like the final result."
-- James Berardinelli, REELVIEWS|
| "The transformation of what Irving wrote to what Williams filmed is a classic case of diminishment by movie convention."
-- John Anderson, NEWSDAY|
curiosità sul film:
film fu annunciato nel 2000 da "Entertainment Weekly"
con Julianne Moore e Bill Murray. Nel 2001 a Bill Murray si
sostituisce Jeff Bridges, mentre per il ruolo di Marion si parla
di Frances McDormand o Laura Linney. Successivamente Kristin
Scott Thomas si è dimostrata interessata al ruolo.|
Bridges era sul punto di recitare in un altro film tratto da un
racconto di John Irvin nel 1997 ("Son of the Circus"),
ma quel progetto fu poi abbandonato.|
film si basa sulle prime 183 pagine del racconto di 537 pagine
scritto da John Irving "A WIDOW FOR ONE YEAR". Si
tratta quindi di un adattamento del primo terzo del libro
(attualmente non ci sono progetti in merito a trasposizioni cinematografiche
delle altre due parti del volume). La "WIDOW" in
questione è Ruth, la figlia di 4 anni. Le altre due sezioni del
libro si occupano della vita di Ruth ormai cresciuta a 36 anni
(non ancora sposata) e a 41 anni (rimasta vedova). Il romanzo è
disponibile in Italia col titolo "VEDOVA PER UN ANNO"
la prima settimana di giugno 2004, si è tenuto un party presso
il MARITIME HOTEL a New York con la presenza di Tod Williams e
Gretchen Mol, i produttori del film e molti altri.|
film è stato presentato durante il mese di giugno 2004 al MAUI
FILM FESTIVAL (Wailea - Hawaii).|
|Boston Society of Film Critics Awards
- Awards Announced December 13, 2004: Best Actress - Hilary Swank, Million Dollar Baby
- Runner-up: Annette Bening/Kim Basinger (tie).|
|20th IFP Independent Spirit Awards Nomination List:
The Door in the Floor - ** Best Screenplay - Tod Williams, ** Best Male Lead - Jeff Bridges.|
: 14 Luglio 2004 (NY/L.A.). Le riprese del film sono
iniziate il 31 marzo 2003 negli Hamptons - NY e proseguiranno a New
York Ciry(Production is scheduled in late March, 2003
- pushed back several months from September 15th, 2002 - in New York City and at locations in the
Hamptons). In Italia il film è nel listino "Eagle Pictures"
2006 (Uscita: 3 febbraio 2006).|