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Melancholia (2011)

September DIE ZEIT Nr. 40/ 25 Kommentare Melancholia zu drehen habe ihm Spaß gemacht, es sei eine glückliche Arbeit. Lars von Trier wurde hier schon behandelt (KRITIK: „Nymph()maniac: Volume I” (​director´s cut) – Lars von Trier; ), heute gibt es einen. Mit Melancholia setzt Lars von Trier das Ende der Welt als Drama in Szene: Am Hochzeitstag von Kirsten Dunst und Alexander Skarsgard rast ein Planet auf d.

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Justine und Michael stehen kurz vor ihrer Hochzeit. Doch das freudige Ereignis wird überschattet durch einige Streitereien. Justine fällt in Depressionen zurück, geht ihrem frischgebackenen Ehemann fremd und kündigt ihren Arbeitsplatz. Kurz darauf. Melancholia ist ein Endzeitfilm des Regisseurs Lars von Trier aus dem Jahr ​. Die Hauptrollen spielen Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg und Kiefer. Ein gewaltiger Planet namens Melancholia, um ein Vielfaches größer als unsere Erde hat sich auf eine Reise durch das Universum Cannes Wettbewerb. Melancholia: Drama/Science-Fiction-Film/Psychodrama/Endzeitfilm von Meta Louise Foldager/Louise Vesth mit John Hurt/Kiefer. Mit Melancholia setzt Lars von Trier das Ende der Welt als Drama in Szene: Am Hochzeitstag von Kirsten Dunst und Alexander Skarsgard rast ein Planet auf d. Melancholia. mit Kirsten Dunst. Berauschende Weltuntergangsoper von Lars von Trier („Antichrist“). Einer der sanfteren Filme des Provokateurs. Bewertung. Lars von Trier in Melancholia (). Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Cameron Spurr in Melancholia (). Melancholia ()9 of

Melancholia (2011)

Ein gewaltiger Planet namens Melancholia, um ein Vielfaches größer als unsere Erde hat sich auf eine Reise durch das Universum Cannes Wettbewerb. Melancholia. mit Kirsten Dunst. Berauschende Weltuntergangsoper von Lars von Trier („Antichrist“). Einer der sanfteren Filme des Provokateurs. Bewertung. Mit Melancholia setzt Lars von Trier das Ende der Welt als Drama in Szene: Am Hochzeitstag von Kirsten Dunst und Alexander Skarsgard rast ein Planet auf d. September DIE ZEIT Nr. 40/ 25 Kommentare Melancholia zu drehen habe ihm Spaß gemacht, es sei eine glückliche Arbeit. Lars von Trier wurde hier schon behandelt (KRITIK: „Nymph()maniac: Volume I” (​director´s cut) – Lars von Trier; ), heute gibt es einen. Melancholia (2011) Melancholia (2011) Dieses Werk an den richtigen Stellen um insgesamt eine Viertelstunde gekürzt - und es Games Of Thrones Saison 7 für niemanden mehr ein Leugnen, dass der Streifen ein Meisterwerk ist und bleibt! Der Film ist keinen Cent wert. Kein klassischer Katastrophenfilm, da die Unausweglichkeit von erster Sekunde an wahrhaftig spürbar ist. Kommentar speichern. Das sich im Zweiten Teil bei den Protagonisten völlig umkehrt Kinder sind davon natürlich ausgeschlossen. Sie scheint sich nicht recht über ihre Heirat freuen zu können, die grausame Mutter und ihre niederschmetternden Kommentare tun das Übrige. In Summe: Flach. Die Besten Psychodramen. Melancholia (2011)

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In Melancholia, von Trier has created a mission statement of a masterpiece, one that reminds us that nihilism itself can serve as a legitimate form of creation, a means as well as The End.

Lisa Rosman. Bill Goodykoontz. Melancholia floats in an air of supernatural malaise and tension, a melancholy mirrored in everything and everyone.

Christine Champ. Rafer Guzman. Chris Vognar. It's a credit to the director's persistence of vision that he finds such eerie images to adorn this wispy tree of death.

Like a newborn planet, "Melancholia" is magnetically beautiful, but it's also an unformed mass of hot air. Joe Williams. Kirsten Dunst, who captured the Best Actress prize at Cannes Film Festival this year for her performance here, easily gives her career best performance.

Richard Propes. Who else but Lars von Trier could pair such emotionally opposite events and make it an existential exercise in loneliness, disillusionment and fate?

Tom Meek. But, buoyed by the two lead performances, it's all barely worth slogging through to reach that final, haunting shot. CJ Sheu. This film carefully wrapped me up with a superb performance by Kirsten Dunst.

Yasser Medina. Lars Von Trier's elegantly arty Melancholia Kathi Maio. There is no hope. Yet there is breathtaking beauty in this tale of two sisters Randall King.

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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. As a planet hurtles toward a collision course with Earth, two sisters Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg cope with the approaching doomsday in different ways.

Lars von Trier. Meta Louise Foldager , Louise Vesth. Feb 4, Early the following morning, while horseback riding with Claire, Justine notices Antares is no longer visible in the sky.

Later, the reason for Antares's disappearance has become public knowledge: a newly discovered rogue planet called Melancholia, which entered the Solar System from behind the Sun, was blocking the star from view.

The planet has now become visible in the sky as it approaches ever closer to Earth. John is excited about the "fly-by" predicted by scientists, while Claire is frightened by alternate predictions of Earth being hit and destroyed.

In the meantime, Justine's depression has grown worse. She can barely muster the mental strength to get inside a cab to arrive to Claire and John's estate, and is essentially catatonic upon arrival.

Claire takes her sister under her care. One day, while horseback riding, Justine finally notices Melancholia in the sky, visible to the naked eye.

Upon seeing Melancholia in person, Claire becomes withdrawn and fearful, afraid that the end of the world is imminent, despite her husband's assurances.

She searches the Internet and finds an article predicting that Earth's gravitational pull will draw Melancholia back towards it after its "fly-by", ultimately leading to the Earth's obliteration.

Her husband assures her that these anecdotes are written by "prophets of doom". Claire tries to relax, to little effect; meanwhile, Justine unexpectedly shows signs of improvement.

She begins to bathe and eat meals on a regular schedule again. The day of the predicted "fly-by", Justine tells Claire that the Earth is evil, and that they don't need to grieve for it.

Claire dismisses her sister's claims, but is unsettled when Justine unexpectedly tells her the correct number of the bean lottery from the wedding, as proof of her clairvoyance.

Justine then tells Claire "Life is only on Earth. And not for long. The next morning, John has become visibly nervous, not breaking away from his telescope.

When John vanishes after Claire naps, Claire observes Melancholia through the astronomical equipment and realizes it is actually getting bigger and circling back—as predicted by the Internet article.

Horrified, she looks for John, only to find him dead in the stables he purposefully overdosed on pills Claire was saving. Claire releases Abraham, and when Justine asks where John is, Claire says that he has ridden into the village.

Claire calls the rest of her family together for a completely typical breakfast, but shortly into it, Claire's attempt at calm breaks and she once again checks Melancholia's closeness.

Seeing that it has nearly doubled in size, Claire realizes the Earth is doomed and descends into a panic. In a moment of desperation, she attempts to flee the estate with her son, but the cars will not start, and the golf cart shuts down as she attempts to cross the same bridge that Justine had attempted earlier.

Returning to the mansion, Claire tries to accept the inevitable. In a private conversation with Justine, Claire suggests that their last act be coming together on the terrace with wine and music.

Justine crassly dismisses her idea. Having noticed that Abraham is wandering around the estate without any sign of his father, Claire's son, Leo, is frightened.

He is reassured by Justine, who uses his innocence in order to soothe him, saying that they can be safe in a "magic cave".

Justine cries to herself as Leo embraces her. They gather tree sticks to build the cave in the form of a teepee without canvas. The "magic cave" stands in the middle of a field on the golf course.

Leo, Justine, and Claire sit in the teepee, holding hands as atmospheres from both planets begin to violently merge.

Leo believes in the magic cave and closes his eyes. Claire is terrified and cries profusely. Justine watches them both, and accepts her fate calmly and stoically.

In the last shot, Leo and Justine sit in meditative posture as Melancholia fills the sky behind the teepee, while Claire breaks away from their handhold and panics alone.

Melancholia hits, sending a wall of fire passing through the field as the planets collide, vaporizing the trio and cutting the screen to black.

The sounds of the destruction of both planets slowly echo and rumble into total silence. The idea for the film originated during a therapy session Lars von Trier attended during treatments for his depression.

A therapist had told von Trier that depressive people tend to act more calmly than others under heavy pressure, because they already expect bad things to happen.

Von Trier then developed the story not primarily as a disaster film, and without any ambition to portray astrophysics realistically, but as a way to examine the human psyche during a disaster.

Trier on his decision to reveal the ending in the beginning of the film [13]. The idea of a planetary collision was inspired by websites with theories about such events.

Von Trier decided from the outset that it would be clear from the beginning that the world would actually end in the film, so audiences would not be distracted by the suspense of not knowing.

Cruz wrote that she would like to work with von Trier, and spoke enthusiastically about the play The Maids by Jean Genet.

As von Trier subsequently tried to write a role for the actress, the two maids from the play evolved into the sisters Justine and Claire in Melancholia.

Much of the personality of the character Justine was based on von Trier himself. Cruz was initially expected to play the lead role, but dropped out when the filming schedule of another project was changed.

Von Trier then offered the role to Kirsten Dunst , who accepted it. Dunst had been suggested for the role by the American filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson in a discussion about the film between him and von Trier.

Principal photography began 22 July and ended 8 September Interior scenes were shot at Film i Väst's studios in Trollhättan , Sweden. It was the fourth time Trier made a film in Trollhättan.

Claro said about the method: "[von Trier] wants to experience the situations the first time. He finds an energy in the scenes, presence, and makes up with the photographic aesthetics.

The prelude to Richard Wagner 's Tristan und Isolde supplies the main musical theme of the film, and Trier's use of an overture-like opening sequence before the first act is a technique closely associated with Wagner.

This choice was inspired by a page section of Marcel Proust 's In Search of Lost Time , where Proust concludes that Wagner's prelude is the greatest work of art of all time.

Melancholia uses music more than any film by Trier since The Element of Crime from In some scenes, the film was edited in the same pace as the music.

Trier said: "It's kind of like a music video that way. It's supposed to be vulgar. Visual effects were provided by companies in Poland, Germany and Sweden under visual effects supervisor Peter Hjorth.

Poland's Platige Image, which previously had worked with Trier on Antichrist , created most of the effects seen in the film's opening sequence; the earliest instructions were provided by Trier in the summer , after which a team of 19 visual effects artists worked on the project for three months.

In his director's statement , Trier wrote that he had started to regret having made such a polished film, but that he hoped it would contain some flaws which would make it interesting.

The director wrote: "I desired to dive headlong into the abyss of German romanticism But is that not just another way of expressing defeat? Defeat to the lowest of cinematic common denominators?

Romance is abused in all sorts of endlessly dull ways in mainstream products. The premiere took place at the Cannes Film Festival , where Melancholia was screened in competition on 18 May.

Leo Charlotte Rampling Gaby Jesper Christensen Little Father John Hurt Jack Udo Kier Wedding Planner Kiefer Sutherland John James Cagnard Michael's Father Deborah Fronko Michael's Mother Charlotta Miller Betty 1 Claire Miller Edit Storyline On the night of her wedding, Justine Kirsten Dunst is struggling to be happy even though it should be the happiest day of her life.

Edit Did You Know? Goofs When Claire is on Google looking up the "Dance of the Planets", it shows a chart that says: "Melancholias path".

It should say "Melancholia's Path" for the possessive. Quotes [ first lines ] Michael : Sir. You can back up a little more, if you want.

I think you need the I think you need that extra Justine : [ laughing ] I don't think he can hear you.

Michael : Sir. Sir, can you hear me up there? He's in a different county, I think that's Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this.

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Where would you begin? I guess first things first, this movie is ambitious as fuck, there's certainly no denying that.

I haven't watched many Von Trier films if I'm being completely honest, though I've wanted to see Dancer in the Dark for a long time. While I certainly respect his style and approach towards filmmaking, his movie just generally haven't appealed to me that much.

Don't know why. And this is coming from someone who enjoyed Antichrist, but his films have never caught my attention.

It goes without saying that I think the guy is talented, but, again, his movies just haven't caught my attention. But, if I'm being completely honest, much like a lot of his films, this will cause a polarizing reactions.

Some will find it to be an absolute masterpiece and others will find it to be a pretentious and infuriating piece of work. And I can see both sides of the equation.

Like the first 8 minutes of the film are just slo-mo images set to classical music basically showing the ending of the film. Part of me gets the reasoning behind it, but part of me also feels that it was completely unnecessary.

It doesn't add anything to the movie one way or the other. I wouldn't say the film is genius, but I can see how someone might feel that it was. I fall somewhere in the middle.

Part of me hated this film, like the first part focusing on Justine's wedding. Not that the wedding itself and everything that happened wasn't relevant to where the film wanted to go, but a lot of parts of it feel more like self-serving as opposed something that is meant to help the overall narrative.

Though, again, I do feel that it served a purpose. Justine, basically, during her wedding screws herself out of a job and out of her own marriage by fucking someone else on the golf course.

You get to see how Justine's behavior goes up and down from depressed to happy to angry and then back to depressed again.

She's clearly a woman who is not very stable mentally. Which leads us to the second part of the film, focusing more on Justine's sister, Claire, who's adjusting to life after Justine, who seems to have been in an institution after suffering a mental breakdown, moves in with her and her family.

She's also growing increasingly worried that this planet, Melancholia, will collide with her due to some research she's been doing. Her husband reassures her that it's just gonna pass us by and leave.

This is when the film really finds its focus, because, again, the wedding is relevant in showing the state of mind that Justine finds herself in, uncaring and indifferent to the fact that the world is pretty much about to end.

The characterization is strong, but that is mostly helped by the fact that Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg are both fantastic in their roles.

Seriously fantastic. I think both Kirsten and Charlotte put in some of their best work, I really do believe that.

Because of that, I do think the film does go to some interesting with its characters, particularly Kiefer Sutherland's character once he finally realizes that it's all over.

The film is certainly not a happy one, that's for sure. Its outlook is pretty damn bleak, but, in spite of that, it's not really a movie that leaves you feeling down or depressed about the world when it's all over.

Which is not an easy thing to achieve when the film deals with the literal end of the world due to another planet crashing into us.

So that was, not necessarily impressive, but it was pretty interesting how they handled some pretty bleak themes without actually depressing the shit out of viewers.

At least that's how I felt, maybe someone else saw it differently. Visually speaking, the film is very impressive, like just seeing Melancholia closing in on earth.

It's pretty damn beautiful. In spite of the fact that the planet is gonna destroy everything, there's something beautiful about it all.

So yea, all in all, I'd say I actually really enjoyed this movie in spite of all the flaws I felt it had with the wedding segment of the film.

The second half more than makes up for that. It's not a movie that everyone will love, but I do think it's worth watching because of its characters, its storytelling and its style.

It's gonna inspire debates between people who hate and love Lars Von Trier. And that's what art is really all about honestly.

Jesse O Super Reviewer. Jun 19, The second instalment in Von Trier's Depression Trilogy is a real highpoint as the provocative director presents audiences with one of his true masterpieces.

Kirsten Dunst pulls of her career defining performance as she flawlessly presents a central character who struggles with depression, which ultimately ruins the most important day in her life: the wedding day.

To make matters worse, a planet called Melancholia heads towards the planet and doom is inevitably going to fall upon mankind. Forget about any ideas of cities full of panicking people or over destructive natural hazards for which one person or family amazingly survives despite all odds.

Here we focus on the emotional struggle Dunst has with her depression. Then there's Charlotte Gainsbourg, whose character attempts to both handle supporting her sister and the stress of knowing Earth will be destroyed.

Despite a few factors which may affect the attention of some viewers, they shouldn't get in the way with how much Von Trier does right.

Samuel R Super Reviewer. Mar 21, Stumbles in places and takes too long to get going, but once it finds its feet it's something else.

Marcus W Super Reviewer. Feb 12, I'm not sure what to really think about this. I suppose I give it a low rating because it failed to make a deep impression on me.

It left me a bit confused about the message this was trying to portray that we should take advantage of every moment we have left in our lives?

Dunst is good as the depressed bride ruining her wedding it is weird that her sister has a British accent. The problem with it is exactly in how some critics describe the film: "baffling but brilliant" and "as likely to exasperate as many people as it moves".

I think I'm one of the few who found themselves on the negative end of the spectrum as I didn't find anything psychologically interesting about what this film was trying to say.

I can understand that this is a film exploring depression and that the answers it gives won't be comforting, but I just found the slow pace and artsy scenes too bland and aggravating.

Or maybe I just didn't like von Trier's vision this time around me being quite a fan of his. Wildaly M Super Reviewer.

See all Audience reviews. Justine: Six hundred and seventy eight. The bean lottery. Nobody guessed the number of beans in the bottle. Claire: No, that's right.

Justine: But I know. Six hundred and seventy eight. Claire: Well, perhaps. But what does that prove? Justine: That I know things.

And when I say we're alone, we're alone. Life is only on earth. And not for long. John: Those bitches have locked themselves in their bedrooms and are now taking baths.

Is everyone in your family stark raving mad? Tim: The way I see it, you're now short of a boss and a husband, could I, in all humility, offer my services?

You have the ideas. I have the head for business. We could be the perfect couple. We've had good sex. Jack: Too bad about Tim. Justine: What about Tim?

Jack: That he got fired. You're a king one day and beggar the next. View All Quotes. Best Horror Movies.

Worst Superhero Movies. Best Netflix Series and Shows. Go back. More trailers. The prelude to Richard Wagner 's Tristan und Isolde supplies the main musical theme of the film, and Trier's use of an overture-like opening sequence before the first act is a technique closely associated with Wagner.

This choice was inspired by a page section of Marcel Proust 's In Search of Lost Time , where Proust concludes that Wagner's prelude is the greatest work of art of all time.

Melancholia uses music more than any film by Trier since The Element of Crime from In some scenes, the film was edited in the same pace as the music.

Trier said: "It's kind of like a music video that way. It's supposed to be vulgar. Visual effects were provided by companies in Poland, Germany and Sweden under visual effects supervisor Peter Hjorth.

Poland's Platige Image, which previously had worked with Trier on Antichrist , created most of the effects seen in the film's opening sequence; the earliest instructions were provided by Trier in the summer , after which a team of 19 visual effects artists worked on the project for three months.

In his director's statement , Trier wrote that he had started to regret having made such a polished film, but that he hoped it would contain some flaws which would make it interesting.

The director wrote: "I desired to dive headlong into the abyss of German romanticism But is that not just another way of expressing defeat?

Defeat to the lowest of cinematic common denominators? Romance is abused in all sorts of endlessly dull ways in mainstream products. The premiere took place at the Cannes Film Festival , where Melancholia was screened in competition on 18 May.

He then made jokes about Jews and Nazis , said he understood Adolf Hitler and admired the work of architect Albert Speer , and jokingly announced that he was a Nazi.

The film was released in Denmark on 26 May through Nordisk Film. Melancholia received positive reviews from critics. The website's critical consensus states, " Melancholia ' s dramatic tricks are more obvious than they should be, but this is otherwise a showcase for Kirsten Dunst's acting and for Lars von Trier's profound, visceral vision of depression and destruction.

Kim Skotte of Politiken wrote that "there are images—many images—in Melancholia which underline that Lars von Trier is a unique film storyteller", and "the choice of material and treatment of it underlines Lars von Trier's originality.

You sit on your seat in the cinema and mildly marveled go along in the end of the world. But it is also a visionary work, which makes a gigantic impression.

Steven Loeb of Southampton Patch wrote, "This film has brought the best out of von Trier, as well as his star. Dunst is so good in this film, playing a character unlike any other she has ever attempted, that she won the award for Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival this past May.

Even if the film itself were not the incredible work of art that it is, Dunst's performance alone would be incentive enough to recommend it.

Sukhdev Sandhu wrote from Cannes in The Daily Telegraph that the film "at times comes close to being a tragi-comic opera about the end of the world," and that, "the apocalypse, when it comes, is so beautifully rendered that the film cements the quality of fairy tale that its palatial setting suggests.

Meanwhile, Gainsbourg, for whom the end of the world must seem positively pastoral after the horrors she went through in Antichrist , locates in Claire a fragility that ensures she's more than a whipping girl for social satire.

Film Comment magazine listed Melancholia third on its Best Films of list. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the science fiction film.

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It can get exciting nonetheless. And some things may be thrilling precisely because we know what's going to happen, but not how they will happen.

In Melancholia it's interesting to see how the characters we follow react as the planet approaches Earth. Film portal Denmark portal.

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