Phoenix ist ein deutscher Historienfilm von Christian Petzold aus dem Jahr mit Nina Hoss, Ronald Zehrfeld und Nina Kunzendorf in den Hauptrollen. Phoenix // Film // Filmografien. Filmografien. CHRISTIAN PETZOLD (Regie). Geboren in Hilden. Studium der Germanistik und Theaterwissenschaft an der. Phoenix - der Film. likes. Nach»BARBARA«der neue Film von Christian Petzold. Ab September im Kino.
Abgrund Nationalsozialismus: Christian Petzolds "Phoenix"Nach der Weltpremiere in Toronto kommt Christian Petzolds Film in die deutschen Kinos. Phoenix Film FilmStill (Foto: © Christian Schulz. Handlung von Phoenix Deutschland im Jahre Null: Nelly (Nina Hoss) hat schwer verletzt und mit entstelltem Gesicht Auschwitz überlebt und wird von Lene. Phoenix // Film // Filmografien. Filmografien. CHRISTIAN PETZOLD (Regie). Geboren in Hilden. Studium der Germanistik und Theaterwissenschaft an der.
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Mai) bei "Gute Zeiten, der einst von Pay Now Eat Later McQueen in Phoenix Film Filmklassiker "Bullitt" gefahren wurde, in welche Richtung es mit Phoenix Film drei gehen knnte. - Das könnte dich auch interessierenSie wird als Nelly wiedererkannt und freundlich von der Frau eingeladen.
Für den Filmkritiker der New York Times , A. Scott, ist der Film nie weniger als faszinierend, intelligent und makellos erzählt. Petzold mache gewandte und spannende Unterhaltung, die sich jedoch nicht sicher sei, ob sie mehr sein wolle oder könne.
Am ehesten komme es dazu am Ende des Films, bei dem das ganze Gewicht von Grausamkeit, Verrat und Hoffnung in einen altbekannten Song einfliesse.
Um mit dem Ende zu beginnen, kulminiert der Film für Joe Morgenstern vom Wall Street Journal in einem Moment unaussprechlicher Schönheit durch die Kraft einer einzigen menschlichen Stimme.
Christian Petzolds Drama sei schön und voll mysteriöser Kraft von Anfang bis Ende. Eine Geschichte von verlorener Liebe und verlorener Identität im ausgebombten Berlin nach dem Holocaust werde erzählt als ein Film noir mit Elementen des Science Fiction.
Es sei ein gewagtes Kunstwerk, das Logik dadurch transzendiere, indem es das Herz direkt anspreche mit der visuellen und dramatischen Sprache gängiger Filmkonventionen.
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No moment is wasted as the film builds to what I can only describe as a perfect ending. Alec B Super Reviewer. Sep 27, It is a shame that most moviegoers will not see this film because it is one of the best films of and the best acting by either male or female so far this year.
Nina Hoss is terrific in this and in the two that I have had the pleasure to watch her in Barbara and A Most Wanted Man. An interesting story about an interesting woman during post war Berlin.
John C Super Reviewer. Sep 02, There's a lot of ambiguity here. Pale and thin, she has returned like a ghost in search of her past.
She visits the bombed out rubble of her bygone home like a specter floating over the ruins. Nina was a singer before the war.
Her husband, a pianist. As a Holocaust survivor, Nelly has risen from the ashes of the past. Phoenix symbolically describes her progress, but it's also the name of the club at which she finds her husband working.
Kurt Weill's melody, "Speak Low" is a recurring score that pops up here and there. The tone of the drama is pensive and atmospherically haunting, but it's very vague.
The way these two souls interact is a long drawn out game of deception and remembrance. You'll have lots of questions as the narrative unfolds.
What exactly are these people thinking? Their tentative relationship is based on cryptic intentions.
Director Christian Petzold keeps all of these questions unanswered on purpose as Nina goes in search of her former self and for truth.
Just simmer for awhile in the pensive mood. The mystery ultimately builds to a perfectly constructed moment of clarity. Mark H Super Reviewer.
May 09, A sort of realist The Skin I Live In, beguilingly made and acted and with a breathtaking and simple final shot.
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This movie really does not quite go these places. It successfully pulls off only the one thing, the grand trick of two people pretending, sort of, to be a couple for the inheritance.
The other stuff is what matters, and it's given superficial treatment. You can see the movie for Hoss's performance, which takes a couple of turns.
Or for the period set design, which is great. In all it's a constrained movie physically, with a small cast and interior sets in most cases.
And so the psychology and the suspense are meant to be sufficient, which they are not. Another very different end-of-WWII movie that works with similar restraint is last year's much more compelling "Diplomatie.
But for a starting point with him, I'd skip this one. Try "Barbara. RealDuality 23 February Phoenix is a movie with a simple yet exquisite plot-perfect for storytelling.
A Holocaust survivor named Nelly, who was so disfigured that she had to have facial reconstruction surgery, returns to Berlin in the aftermath of the war.
She doesn't recognize herself, and designs to find out if others have the same predicament. Nelly's desire is to find her husband Johnny, who may have betrayed her to the Nazis; but, it is more than just a detective story.
It tactfully makes grand statements about what occurs in a society post-tragedy. Phoenix is the name of a club where she happens upon her former lover.
If there romance had been uninterrupted, it could be a place where she sang while he played the piano. Now, when she approaches him, Johnny appears to not recognize Nelly, yet he comes up with a use for her.
He makes a deal with his "newfound" acquaintance to obtain his wife's sizable inheritance. He will teach her to impersonate his wife, and they will split the money.
Nelly agrees to the plan. When Nelly tells her survivor friend, Lene, what she has been up to, she is understandably horrified.
She had no such reaction to Nelly's physical appearance at any time, but the idea to her that she is in a way back with her husband greatly upsets her.
As the audience, our immediate reaction is to side with Lene, and see Nelly as the fragile one; however, the movie brilliantly turns preconceived notions we would have on its head.
The central question is not did Johnny do it, but can love survive such tragic circumstances. When he talks about his former wife in instructing his new partner, it is evident that he stills feels for her; and, by the turmoil Nelly puts herself through, it is evident that she still feels for him.
But, can such feelings overcome what one lover has possibly done to another? Can love exist in a world shaped by the Nazis? At one point, Nelly says, "I no longer exist.
We think of the victims of tragedy as having been shaped most by it, but the movie argues that it is not them that are principally changed so much as those who were "forced" to participate in crime.
Nelly does exist, but it is a truth that society refuses to face. Johnny, and others we come across, have been transformed by their participation.
He is more of a tragic character than she is. Lene is actually less strong than Nelly. Nelly searches for what still is, while she is stuck in the past.
We come to learn that Nelly is the truly fearless person. She seeks to go on, but before she does that, she must find out where she fits.
Phoenix not only works because it's carefully constructed, but also because the two central actors are great, which it requires.
Nina Hoss as Nelly and Ronan Zehrfeld as Johnny deliver two of the best performances of the year.
Without them, the story would seem like a fantasy. Nelly reminds me of Holocaust victims I have seen speak. She is not hateful; she is simply incessant that we come to the truth.
Survivors are very grateful for the attention, and desire more than anything to have their story exist in our world. They want us to not turn our heads away, but to learn, so that such horrors do not reoccur.
Our realization is how they can heal. Set in post WW2 Germany, we have Nelly Nina Hoss , a Polish Jewish nightclub singer who survives the concentration camps, a facial bullet wound, and reconstructive surgery.
She manages to return to her family, where her husband Johnny Ronald Zehrfeld fails to recognise her. She plays a duplicitous game of intrigue and investigation, trying to determine if her husband had betrayed her to the Nazis.
He plays similarly deceptive games, aiming to use the found Nelly as a substitute for his believed-to-be lost wife, to claim reparation for substantial assets stolen by the Nazis.
Staged reunions, revelation of a possible last minute divorce — and then it ends. I thought it might have launched into a court based battle over identity, with a last minute plot twist of whether the divorce was valid, or even existed at all, making for a nail biter about whether the husband would share any prize money.
This might have drawn some threads together and almost justified the premise that a husband wouldn't recognise his wife with some minor facial rearrangement.
But no. Visually, it's really attractive, and most of the cast deliver their roles competently. But it's a flimsy house built on quicksand.
On the plus side, it moves at a comfortable pace and wasn't boring. But I didn't find it convincing in the least.
PipAndSqueak 16 May It is best to view the beginning of this film as 'metaphorical' as somehow you won't believe the story you are being told.
If Nelly really was taken to Auchwitz in October she would have come out no later than late January Three months of traumatic experience is serious enough but not enough to predicate the facial reconstruction that is apparently the key feature of this tale.
Maybe if she'd lost an eye this would have been more believable than the whole head bandaged mannequin we are presented with?
Nelly does have difficulty walking - yes believable if she'd been set on the long march out of the camp.
However, this aspect of her 'change' is not explained. What we are left with is a story of betrayal, betrayal multiple times and the futility of 'forgiveness' but also the value of letting others live with the consequences of their betrayals.
This film really does pack a punch which more than compensates for the less that convincing beginning. The plot rests on the impossible premise that a friend would not fully disclose one's husband's betrayal.
This makes absolutely no sense. I don't want to see you be hurt further by chasing after a lying scumbag of a husband, so I tell you that he betrayed you.
I also tell you that he is after your family's money. It seems to me that this is the most difficult reveal, causing pain of course, but necessary pain.
Why in the world wouldn't I ALSO show you the proof that he divorced you? The movie inches tediously ahead for hours dependent on this ridiculous plot.
One moment of unintentional comic relief: Nelly walks like a depressed Frankenstein for the first half of the movie - one assumes she sustained an injury in the camps that explains her flat footed gait.
But, tada! All it takes is one comment from her husband and suddenly she's cured! Even the title is irritating - nothing is redemptive in this movie - what waste of acting talent here.
There she meets her husband, who reportedly turned her in. He notices her similarity to his wife and hires her to play her to get his hands on her money.
Now, reunited with her former husband, she begins to raises question in a bitter search for her old life. The plot is very powerful.
It is a clever script that allows for big emotions, desperation and uncertainty. Sometimes I would have wished that these emotions would have been displayed even more to break into the rather calm tone of the film.
However this is not just an addition to the cinematographic topic but it is a whole new approach, produced very professionally and looking worthy.
All in all this is a film you should give a try for it is outstanding in its way and doesn't copy others.
For me the last bit was missing to make it even more moving and lasting but it nevertheless is a great piece of filmmaking.Beautiful, sad, and darkly romantic, Phoenix forces its audience to examine their own identity and how it is shaped by the perception of others. Definitely not for the Adam Sandler crowd, this film requires an emotional and intellectual commitment, but the payoff is well worth the investment. The city of Phoenix Film Office is your ultimate resource for everything you need to film in Phoenix, providing hassle-free service. O ur one-stop permit process puts Phoenix at your fingertips. We provide location assistance, information regarding technical crews, talent, hotel accommodations, film permitting and coordinate filming at city owned locations. The Phoenix Film Festival is a program under the (c)3 non-profit organization Phoenix Film Foundation, and is a sibling of the Phoenix Film Society, International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival, Peoria Film Fest, IFP/Phoenix, Arizona Student Film Festival and Phoenix Critics Circle. Phoenix ' s gross was at $ million in the US and Canada, making it the fifth-highest-grossing film of in these regions, and at £ million, or $ million in the UK Internationally, it has grossed $ million, the seventh-highest grosser ever overseas, for a worldwide total of $ million making it the second-highest-grossing. Phoenix Critics Consensus Tense, complex, and drenched in atmosphere, Phoenix is a well-acted, smartly crafted war drama that finds writer-director Christian Petzold working at peak power. It has been noted as a case of Hollywood accountingbecause Tatort Streamen Bros. Or you can, but if you get to make a seventh film, you'll be tied in knots", he was added back into the script. Parents Guide. Movie Info.