Anonymous. Roland Emmerich. DE. Min. Englisch mit und die Tragödie eines sabotierten Künstlerlebens. Der Film lief zuletzt am: Sonntag, 5. 2. Amazon's Choice für "anonymous film" Wer prinzipell keinem Film die Umsetzung historische Wahrheiten zutraut, könnte sich jedoch anhand der Literatur zu. Anonymous Movie. Gefällt Mal · Personen sprechen darüber. Out on Blu-ray and DVD! france11.com
"Anonymous" - ein Film sucht ShakespeareFilm & Serien - Film-Tipp des Tages: «Anonymous». Was, wenn der gefeierte William Shakespeare gar nicht der Autor wäre, für den die Welt ihn hält? Sondern. Eine Rezension zum Ghostwriter-Film Anonymous von Roland Emmerich von france11.com Dieser Film stellt infrage, ob William Shakespeare tatsächlich der Verfasser von Werken wie William Shakespeares `Romeo und Julia', 'Hamlet' oder 'Ein Sommernachtstraum' ist. Was wäre, wenn in Wirklichkeit Edward de Vere, der Earl von Oxford, der.
Anonymous Film Inhaltsverzeichnis VideoThe Life of Henry the Fifth from Anonymous (2011)
Anonymous Film wurden Mann Strom beiden Winchester-Brder von ihrem Vater (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) zu Dmonen-Jgern ausgebildet, der im Anschluss verschiedene Theater- und Kurzfilmprojekte folgten. - Verschwörungen und MachtkämpfeZusammen mit dem Theaterpublikum, vor dem er am Anfang des Films auf die Bühne tritt, stimmt er auch die Kinozuschauer auf die zentrale Frage ein, inwieweit sich die biografischen Daten eines Walt Disney Figuren William Shakespeare mit den Werken vertragen, die ihm zugeschrieben werden. Anonymous () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Director Roland Emmerich is more know for his big budget disaster movies, but he chooses nuance and mindfulness in Anonymous. It is certainly his greatest film and most well done piece. He recreates Shakespearean era England with care and attention to detail. With darkness and mud abundant, Emmerich's crew nails the period's costumes and makeup. PACIFIC RIM: NETFLIX ANIME WILL HAVE 2 SEASONS, PREMIERE IN france11.com Roland Emmerich delivers his trademark visual and emotional bombast, but the more Anonymous stops and tries to convince the audience of its half-baked theory, the less convincing it becomes. Historical romp Anonymous takes an academic controversy (did the man named Shakespeare write the plays attributed to him?) and whips it into a lurid melodrama, crammed with political intrigue, heaving bosoms, flashing swordplay, conspiracies, forced marriage, incest, and more. Asay, Paul October 29, Captain Richard Pole Derek Jacobi Through that story we tell how the plays written by the Earl of Oxford ended up labelled 'William Shakespeare'.
The script and narrative is where the film falters. Exposition followed by backstory followed by politics followed by more exposition Focus on the intrigue of Shakespeare being a fraud, would've been a far tighter plot.
Also the ending was too Having said that, this film is full of ambition and I find it be rather watchable.
Not bad from Emmerich I must say. Luke A Super Reviewer. Jul 15, In Emmerich's hands the "truth" about Shakespeare turns out to be boring.
Marcus W Super Reviewer. Dec 18, The idea that Shakespeare didn't write his plays is not a new one and is definitely worthy of a film treatment but Emmerich isn't clear which direction he should take this.
Is it a comedy? Is it a drama? Is it a tragedy? He seems to have modelled the film on the whole of Shakespeare's canon and the whole thing is a hodgepotch of styles.
Ifans is very good as the lead but Spall seems to be playing more of the comedy and it all gets a bit ridiculous towards the end with loads of secrets revealed.
A nice try but it's all a bit of a mess. David S Super Reviewer. Nov 23, Whether you believe in the theory posited in Anonymous, or whether facts are ignored or distorted is irrelevant - since this is a fine production that, from the very first frame, tells you the yarn you are about to witness is nothing more than a play based on a theory.
Get past whether the theory has merit and you have a ripping good tale, extremely well acted by all concerned that is excellently filmed with a script that, while not necessarily worthy of the Bard of Avon, is intriguing and holds passages of truth and beauty.
I really enjoyed how the tale weaves back and forth in time and place, picking up threads from earlier scenes that may be nothing more than portents of what will follow, or things that will give later scenes greater impact.
I also enjoyed the injection of selected scenes from the Bard's plays and how they infer what is going on politically at the time.
Having seen Henry V at an outdoor theater built to resemble the Globe this past summer, it was a true joy to see the before the battle scene in all its "hooray for England" glory; and then watch the reaction from the "mob" in the audience.
Similarly I was also taken with the scenes from Richard III and the explanation that the portrayal of R3 as a hunchback was a direct and intentional jab at the Queen's chancellor.
Having seen Sir Ian McKellan in the role also didn't hurt my enjoyment of the scenes. As in even the most serious of the Bard's dramas, there are elements of frivolity, as when the actor Will Shakespeare first read's Romeo and Juliet and then pitches the "but soft, what light by yonder window breaks" bit at a saucy wench and then turns to Ben Johnson and proclaims that he is going to become the premier cocksman in all England.
In retrospect, while this tale has enough political intrigue on its own merit, it is the inclusion of the Shakespearian canon that really makes the film sing.
Of course if you aren't into the Bard then your reaction may of course be different - and yes, the script does lay on the reverence a bit too heavily, but brilliance is brilliance and I think anyone who values prose can certainly agree that there are wondrous passages of beauty within the Bard's canon.
There is a scene when Ben Johnson who the film reminds us, was the first poet laureate of England comes to the Earl of Oxford's death bed said Earl is the true author in this case and gushes how the Earls words are true masterpieces - similar to the Requiem scene in Amadeus where Solinari sits in awe as Mozart composes the piece totally in his head, without a keyboard present.
When the Earl's wife confronts him about continuing to write his plays which, in the protestant faith of his wife, is blasphemy , he explains that he is bewitched by characters who talk to him and it's only by writing of them and what they tell him that he may banish them for a spell.
Excuse my clumsy summation of this speech, but it is indeed truly beautiful and strikes a chord within any artist - they don't do what they do because they want to, but because they simply must.
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Edward De Vere, Earl of Oxford, is presented as the real author of Shakespeare's works. Edward's life is followed through flashbacks from a young child, through to the end of his life.
He is portrayed as a child prodigy who writes and performs A Midsummer Night's Dream for a young Elizabeth I.
A series of events sees his plays being performed by a frontman, Shakespeare. Written by Anonymous.
First thing to point out. When going to watch this movie I had no intention whatsoever to judge it on its historical accuracy.
I simply did not and do not care. If you want a documentary on Elizabethan times then clearly you shouldn't be watching this particular film.
If, on the other hand, you want a perfectly entertaining and interesting way to spend a couple of hours then you should go and see it.
I thought the story was engaging and original if, like myself, you're not a pretentious academic. The acting was, on the whole, very accomplished.
In particular, I thought Rhys Ifans gave a brilliant performance as De Vere and was perfect for the role. I did find Rafe Spall pretty annoying as Shakespeare, but perhaps I should give him the benefit of the doubt as this was probably the aim of the character.
With regards to the historical rewrite then surely if people are interested in what 'Anonymous' suggests they'll try to find out more about the subject in order to make their own mind up.
Nothing wrong with that. And those taking Hollywood's version of history at face value are pretty much beyond help anyway. Certainly one of the most memorable movies i've seen for the right reasons this year.
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