Der Leuchtturm (Originaltitel The Lighthouse) ist ein Horrorfilm von Robert Eggers, der am Mai im Rahmen der Internationalen Filmfestspiele von. sieht aus wie die Albtraumversion von Edward Hoppers "Lighthouse", ein Bild, das in der gleichen Gegend entstand, in der dieser Film spielt. "Der Leuchtturm" im Original "The Lighthouse" basiert auf dem Kurzgeschichtenfragment "The Light-House" von Edgar Allan Poe. Der Film ist - was im
THE LIGHTHOUSEsieht aus wie die Albtraumversion von Edward Hoppers "Lighthouse", ein Bild, das in der gleichen Gegend entstand, in der dieser Film spielt. Mit „The Lighthouse“ geht er nun noch einen Schritt weiter, vor allem in Sachen Ästhetik und liefert einen Film, der zu aller Überraschung erst einmal an den. Film The Lighthouse: Der erfahrene Tom und ein neuer Mitarbeiter treten eine vierwöchige Schicht als Leuchtturmwärter an.
The Lighthouse Film Inhaltsverzeichnis VideoWillem Dafoe Monologue - The Lighthouse (2019) Best acting scene The Lighthouse. The Lighthouse. du-te și uită-te la Puterea Dragostei și lasă filmele că n-ai nici o treabă băiatule,ești paralel.Ăsta e un film artistic,cu berniephilosophy.com mesaje ascunse, critici ceea ce mintea ta îngustă nu poate procesa. Asemanatoare. The Vatican Tapes. Souvenir. 10/18/ · film The Lighthouse de Nicole Close, Preston Hudson, Rob Cotterill, Robert Eggers en est un histoire: Le film se passe dans une ile lointaine et mystérieuse de Nouvelle Angleterre à la fin du XIXe siècle, et met en scène une "histoire hypnotique et5/10(1). Peter Bradshaw. And the screenplay by Robert and Max Eggers is a delicious and often outrageous homage to maritime speech and sea-dog lore, saltier than an underwater sodium chloride factory. Wake was modeled on Proteusa "prophecy-telling ocean god who serves Poseidon. Illuminated by stellar performances from Dafoe and Pattinson, the Lighthouse is a psychological intrigue that will leave audiences baffling, both in a good and bad way, but undeniably evoked by its. Directed by Robert Eggers. With Robert Pattinson, Willem Dafoe, Valeriia Karaman, Logan Hawkes. Two lighthouse keepers try to maintain their sanity while living on a remote and mysterious New England island in the s. Pattinson, Dafoe, and an angry seagull may be the stars of “The Lighthouse” but this is a film that’s constantly calling attention to the choices of its director and creative team. From the decision to shoot it in gray ratio to heighten the claustrophobia to the non-stop cacophony of noise—it feels like if they don’t kill each other, the waves or storm will—“The Lighthouse” is a sensory assault. Two lighthouse keepers try to maintain their sanity while living on a remote and mysterious New England island in the s. As the wavering cry of the foghorn fills the air, the taciturn former lumberjack, Ephraim Winslow, and the grizzled lighthouse keeper, Thomas Wake, set foot in a secluded and perpetually grey islet off the coast of lateth-century New England. Directed by Chris Crow. With Nathan Sussex, Mark Lewis Jones, Michael Jibson, Ian Virgo. Based on real events which saw two lighthouse keepers stranded for months at sea in a freak storm, the film tells a tale of death, madness and isolation; a desolate trip into the heart of human darkness.
Nachdem in der Nacht ein schwerer Brecher das Wohnhaus der beiden verwüstet hat, findet Howard am nächsten Morgen das herumtreibende Leuchtturm-Logbuch von Wake, in dem dieser ihn durchweg negativ bewertet und empfiehlt, ihn ohne Bezahlung zu entlassen.
Er stellt daraufhin Wake zur Rede. Es kommt zum Kampf, in dem Howard die Oberhand gewinnt. Er führt Wake wie einen Hund an einer Leine zum Leuchtturm und versucht, ihn dort im Loch der ehemaligen Schnapsvorräte lebendig zu begraben.
Howard nimmt den Schlüssel für die Laternenkammer an sich und macht sich auf den Weg nach oben, wird jedoch von Wake mit einer Hacke an der Schulter verletzt.
Howard wehrt sich und tötet Wake. Oben in der Laternenkammer öffnet sich die Fresnel-Linse für ihn. Im Schluss sieht man ihn geblendet und nackt an der Küste liegen, wo mehrere Möwen seine Gedärme auspicken.
In einem Interview erklärte Robert Eggers, dass einige Erzählungen des US -amerikanischen Schriftstellers Edgar Allan Poe , insbesondere dessen literarisches Fragment The Lighthouse , entstanden, ursprünglich Inspiration für den Film waren.
Willem Dafoe übernahm die Rolle des Leuchtturmwärters Thomas Wake. Im Februar wurde die Besetzung der Rolle von Ephraim Winslow mit Robert Pattinson bekannt.
Die deutsche Synchronisation entstand nach einem Dialogbuch und der Dialogregie von Christoph Cierpka im Auftrag der Interopa Film GmbH, Berlin.
Johannes Raspe leiht in der deutschen Fassung Ephraim Winslow seine Stimme, Reiner Schöne spricht Thomas Wake. Die Dreharbeiten fanden im Frühjahr in der Küstenstadt Yarmouth , in Halifax , der Hauptstadt der kanadischen Provinz Nova Scotia  , und auf der Halbinsel Cape Forchu an der Südspitze des Landesteils statt.
Auf der von Vulkangestein gebildeten Insel, auf der sich keine Bäume finden, hatte das Filmteam einen 20 Meter hohen, funktionierenden Leuchtturm errichtet.
Laut Eggers Aussage kamen während der Dreharbeiten keine Wind- und Regenmaschinen zum Einsatz. Die Filmmusik komponierte Mark Korven , mit dem Eggers ebenfalls bereits für The Witch zusammengearbeitet hatte.
Oktober von Milan Records auf CD veröffentlicht und soll zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt auch auf Vinyl erscheinen. Der Film wurde ab Oktober kam der Film in ausgewählte US-Kinos.
Ein Kinostart in Deutschland erfolgte am November In Deutschland wurde der Film von der FSK ab 16 Jahren freigegeben. Dadurch, dass einige Szenen grotesk humoristisch wirkten, werde jedoch eine emotionale Distanzierung erleichtert.
Getting stuck on that godforsaken island with the worst company and weather Is enough in itself.
But there's also an indication that, Moby Dick -style, Ephraim became so obsessed with getting access to the lighthouse that it leads him to murder after a total break from reality.
But the movie also implies that our unreliable narrator was never of sound mind even before arriving on the island. The movie also implies that our unreliable narrator was never of sound mind even before arriving on the island.
As Thomas argues, the lumber "accident" that led to the foreman's death at Ephraim's previous job was more likely a deliberate murder. Regardless of how it happened, the guilt from this death seems to weigh on Ephraim to the point of driving him over the edge.
He dreams about drowning under logs at the beginning of the movie, and later during his most unhinged moments, he sees flashes of the man killed.
Also, the way he eventually kills Thomas with an ax calls back to Ephraim's previous occupation as a timberman.
Thomas is right about one thing, though: Ephraim definitely took this awful and secluded job on the island because he's on the run.
But as he soon discovers, he can't outrun the prison of his own guilty conscious. I want to make a movie about a fucking crazy person.
It's also just as likely that both Thomas and Ephraim are having a shared delusion. Or and we'll touch on this more later , you can see Thomas and Ephraim as representing two parts of the same person.
Dafoe's Thomas is sketchy from the start too. We start to question whether he's deliberately pushing Ephraim into insanity after hearing of how his last wickie died.
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Left Bank. Les dialogues sont exquis tout comme la bande originale. Winslow is again attacked by the one-eyed gull and he brutally kills it in anger.
The wind drastically changes direction and a violent storm hits the island. Winslow and Wake spend the night getting drunk, and the storm rages through the next morning, preventing the relief ferry from arriving.
As Winslow empties the chamber pots, he notices a body washed up on the shore and discovers that it is a mermaid , which awakens and howls at him.
He flees back to the cottage, where Wake informs him that the storm has spoiled their rations , and that new ones will not arrive for weeks.
The pair unearth a crate at the lighthouse's base that supposedly contains reserve rations, but contains only bottles of gin.
In the following days, as the storm continues to rage, Winslow and Wake drink most of the gin, alternating between moments of intimacy and hostility.
One night, Winslow tries unsuccessfully to steal the lantern room keys from Wake as he sleeps and contemplates stabbing him.
He later hallucinates a lobster trap containing the one-eyed head of Wake's previous wickie. Winslow confesses to Wake that his real name is Thomas Howard and that he assumed the identity of the real Ephraim Winslow, his foreman who died in an accident Howard purposefully neglected to stop.
Wake chases Howard down, accusing him of "spilling his beans" and destroys their only dory with an axe; once incapacitated, however, Wake claims that it was Howard who chased him and destroyed the dory.
With no alcohol left, the two begin drinking a concoction of turpentine and honey , while the storm worsens and starts flooding the cottage.
The next morning, Howard finds Wake's soiled logbook, in which Wake has criticized him as drunk and incompetent and recommended he be sacked without pay.
The two men argue, and Howard attacks Wake while hallucinating the mermaid, the real Winslow, and Wake as a Proteus -like figure.
Howard beats Wake into submission and takes him to the hole at the base of the lighthouse to bury him alive. Wake curses Howard as he is buried, wishing him a " Promethean fate.
Howard disarms Wake and kills him before ascending the lighthouse. In the lantern room, the Fresnel lens opens to Howard, who reaches in and violently screams in distortion before slipping and falling down the lighthouse steps.
Some time later, a barely-living Howard lies naked on the rocks with a damaged eye as a flock of gulls peck at his exposed bowels. The Lighthouse began as an attempt by Max Eggers to adapt " The Light-House ", an unfinished short story by Edgar Allan Poe.
Robert Eggers became aware of his brother's effort while trying to pitch his debut feature, The Witch , to studios. Max's project stalled, after which Robert offered to work on it based on his own vision.
The final story, co-written by Robert and Max, bears no resemblance to the Poe work apart from the title. The literature of Maine -based writer Sarah Orne Jewett served as a significant point of reference for the dialects used in The Lighthouse.
Maritime and surrealistic elements from the works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge , Herman Melville and Robert Louis Stevenson also informed the writing of the film.
According to Eggers, a 19th-century incident at Smalls Lighthouse in Wales involving two lighthouse keepers both named Thomas, as in the film was an additional source of inspiration - the story was made into the British film of the same name.
In February , it was announced Willem Dafoe had been cast in the film. When The Lighthouse was greenlit, Eggers offered Dafoe one of the leads.
From the beginning, Eggers wanted to shoot the film in black and white and a "narrow, vintage" aspect ratio. Jarin Blaschke, who had previously collaborated with Eggers on The Witch and served as the film's director of photography,   stated that "The idea of widescreen only came about in the s—we wanted to take people back further than that.
The entire film was shot on Panavision Millennium XL2  cameras that were equipped with a vintage s Baltar lens, and black-and-white Eastman Double-X film was used with a custom short pass filter.
Blaschke almost exclusively set his aperture to T2. Due to the low sensitivity of the film used on set, 8k and 9k HMI lights were used through the entirety of filming, as natural light could not suffice.
HMI light was bounced off muslin cloths for daytime scenes. Low voltage bulbs and china lights were used to light nighttime and closeup scenes.
Principal photography began on April 9, ,   and lasted a total of 34 days. In a lot of ways, he sort of wants a daddy.
Eggers was inspired by sailors' myths and classical mythology. After finally obtaining the light, and the knowledge of what is in the light, Howard falls to his death down the stairs of the lighthouse and his organs are plucked out by seagulls, invoking the myth of Prometheus.
Wake was modeled on Proteus , a "prophecy-telling ocean god who serves Poseidon. Eggers explains his mythological inspiration for the film: it's "partially because [Herman] Melville goes there and partially because I'm sure our unhealthy Jungian leanings you get into classical mythology in this movie.
The Lighthouse deals explicitly with alcoholism. Robert Pattinson described Winslow as being early in his sobriety at the start of the film.
He quickly turns to alcohol to cope with the immense labor and his aggressive relationship with Wake. Manohla Dargis of The New York Times notes that "the men's sloppy, alcohol-saturated time together produces intimacy but also menace.
They laugh, descending into riotous drunkenness and finding connection that both they and Eggers skitter around.
For Michaela Barton of Flipscreened, "this film is so clearly gay that an analysis of its homoerotic subtext would be like arguing the sky is blue.
I'm not saying they're not either. Forget about complexities of human sexuality or their particular inclinations. I'm more about questions than answers in this movie.
Wake frequently compliments Winslow's physical appearance, calling him "pretty as a picture" and describing his eyes as "bright as a lady.
Sexual fantasy and masturbation are recurring themes in the film. Winslow frequently masturbates to the mermaid figurine throughout the film.
You goddamned no-account, son-of-a-bitch-bastard liar! That's what you are! You're a goddamned drunken, horse-shitting, short, shit liar.
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