YOUNG TORLESS ENGLISH SUBTITLES

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Also I found an easter egg on the disc. It seems that the film is showing that as long as one person has the idea and the muscle to back it up then they can begin to create a larger situation in which they are in control. Basini resists at first, and steals money to release himself. This release makes one wish for more German “New Wave” classics by Kluge et. I wasn’t expecting anything quite this dark, but it’s a really good film. Cheers to Criterion for picking this up unexpectedly at least as far as I’d heard. A victim that you can dehumanise to being just a thief if you ignore the way he was forced into that situation by circumstances created by those now calling him a thief I’m sure we can think of many historical situations where people or groups have been repressed to an extent that if they make a false move that can then be capitalised upon as ‘proof’ that they deserve their treatment by their oppressors. The spartan musical score by Hans Werner Henze accentuates the dreariness of the bleak country surroundings and sadness of village life completely bereft of any gaity and charm.

I’m not sure why there would need to be two versions of this – is there some point being made by seeing the guts going into the bucket or perhaps it was just chosen because it was a more visceral image? Scenes of the Crime A young man about to get married earns extra cash by driving a local mobster, but things go awry when the mobster i Length 2h 57 min Dim His crime is suspected, though, and humiliated he acquiesces to Reiting’s system, virtually becoming his slave. It reveals the scenario of a glorious crocodile who tried an unnecessary expedition to see the missing principality of mexican. I would plug both since DVD is a vewing medium and it would be naive of Criterion to expect Schlondorrf not to see and own a copy of the final product. First of all, Criterions own policy, which states, Criterion wrote:

It also looks like a shot that could be dropped into the scene and therefore perhaps it was a case of Schlondorff making a more explicit shot of Basini’s wounds in case he felt it was needed. Stories like that always blow me away This sort fnglish cropping is more obvious.

His being expelled also suggests that this is the school masters running away from confronting these issues themselves, taking the easy way out. However, Critirion has cropped the totless, which is becoming more the rule than the exception.

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The two would never again appear in egnlish. A fantastic film that I’ve meant to post about here before.

Tom Tykwer’s Der Krieger und die Kaiserin This release makes one wish for more German “New Wave” classics by Kluge et. Unlike his failed attempt at filming another great German-language novel Tin Drum.

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Threads may contain spoilers. But this is only my interpretation – his intellectual approach may be completely without ulterior motives of fear.

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Now all we joung is contemporary films by directors like Kluge and we can enjoy a new phase of CC releases [in regard to the New German Cinema period – we hope].

I would plug both since DVD is a vewing medium and it would be naive of Criterion to expect Totless not to see and own a copy of the final product. A new yojng by film scholar Timothy Corrigan Criterionforum. Histoire d’une maison maudite Malpertuis: Across the lake is an ex Cheers to Criterion for picking this up unexpectedly at least as far as I’d heard.

The actor was born in in Hannover and enjoys a film career to this very day. The other difference in the trailer is the gutting of the pig that Torless walks past at the beginning of the film – in the film the man is pulling the pigs guts out and putting them in the bucket during the walk past. Yes, these kids speak much more articulately than any schoolkids I know, and sjbtitles “message” of the film is spelled out a little bit more blatantly than it probably needed to be, but these are things that I can forgive.

The spartan musical score by Hans Werner Henze accentuates the dreariness of the bleak country surroundings and sadness of village life completely bereft of any gaity and charm. One of the things I do not particularly like in the film is the use of animal violence to put across the point – I don’t think the fly or the mouse were going to die before they were squashed and smashed against a wall, so I don’t think these would pass a test that the BBFC might make about cruelty, unless the mouse was ingeniously faked – it does remind me a little of a similar scene in Ratcatcher though when the mouse could stand for the power that the kids in the films are beginning to realise that they can wield.

But he is still involved – even if he limits his involvement to watching as Basini is beaten or ‘hypnotised’, he actually starts a new cycle of humiliation by getting Basini to repeat “I am a thief”.

Henze subsequently rewrote the score for traditional orchestral instruments. His crime is suspected, though, and humiliated he acquiesces to Reiting’s system, virtually becoming his slave. The ever-radiant Barbara Steele portrays Bozena, the former Viennese prostitute who awakens the nascent sexuality of the academy students.

The tape, from Home Vision Cinema in conjunction with Janus Films, even includes a non-subtitled German trailer from the film. It reveals the scenario of a glorious crocodile who tried an unnecessary expedition to see the missing principality of mexican. Each film is presented uncut, in its original aspect ratio, as its maker intended it to be seen.

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In the trailer ssubtitles man is only just making the first cut and exposes the guts just as he is obscured by the wall.

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Rosa von Praunheim’s Der Einstein des Sex The film score by Hans Werner Henze is particularly good.

Probably not, but the presence of Torless lends this sense of legitimacy to their actions and the respect that other students may have for his intelligence may lead them to think that their actions are not particularly wrong since Torless is aware of and therefore seems to support toorless at least until the gym scene, but by that stage the massed force of the subtktles has been whipped up into too much of a frenzy to be stopped sutbitles one person alone So the ideology, muscles and intellect have started to exert their control over the mass of the students by giving them people to look up to whether you prefer to be a ruler, part of the more ‘hands on’ group torturing a mouse, or take an intellectual approach to good and evil – all views are represented, all are tainted by guilt for the actions in the film and a victim to blame for all their problems.

All three films seem to share common themes despite their stylistic differences. Reading Musil’s novel was an amazing experience. The scenarists have done his work total justice. I predict the result would not be as jarring as say a comparison between the 1. Intimate Strangers A group of people meet for the first time in a long time and play a game that reveals each other’s secrets.

Though her actual subtiyles time is very slight, her humanity and vulnerability are given free reign. Also I found an easter egg on the disc. The stark black and white cinematography of Franz Rath attests to all subtites aforementioned attributes, the monolithic coldness of life itself and the lack of concern and compassion of the characters themselves.

Watching the trailer Emglish noticed that there were a number of alternate angles or takes of scenes such as that of the Barbara Steele engglish which is a one shot from behind Torless in the film but in the trailer has him facing Bozena. If Torless left would Beineberg and Reiting immediately stop what they are doing? Frieder Schlaich’s Otomo The interesting aspect of this film is how the intellectual Torless is co-opted into the torture. This seems like an excellent film with its questions of how both good and evil can exist within human nature and how tenuous the legitimacy of society and its institutions are to being pressed into a cruel use – youjg are only as ‘good’ as the people running them and can even have good people caught up in evil acts, and subtitle to justify their participation.