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In: kambodjasajten.se Abgerufen am 8. Dezember ↑ Film The Zero Theorem. In: kambodjasajten.se Abgerufen am Filmography. Known For. Django Unchained Dr. King Schultz (). Inglourious Basterds Col. Hans Landa (). The Zero Theorem Qohen Leth (). Django Unchained Dr. King Schultz. (). Inglourious Basterds Col. Hans Landa. (). The Zero Theorem Qohen Leth. (). Carnage Alan Cowan. (). The Zero Theorem · The Legend of Tarzan · Tulip Fever · Downsizing · Most Dangerous Game · Spectre · Auf und davon. ◅ Prev 6 Next 6 ▻. Fidelio. Loading. You can watch random movie trailers instantly, no need to login. Wo „The Zero Theorem“ am Ende hinführen soll, bleibt völlig schleierhaft. The Zero Theorem.
Filmography. Known For. Django Unchained Dr. King Schultz (). Inglourious Basterds Col. Hans Landa (). The Zero Theorem Qohen Leth (). Django Unchained Dr. King Schultz. (). Inglourious Basterds Col. Hans Landa. (). The Zero Theorem Qohen Leth. (). Carnage Alan Cowan. (). The Zero Theorem () - IMDb Filmplakate, Oper, Top Filme, Christoph the Zero Theorem: that the universe ends as nothing, rendering life meaningless.
While I imagine most of you dear readers will initially be turned off by that previous line of philosophical rigmarole, the first thing you need to understand about this movie and really the only accurate way to describe it is that it is a Terry Gilliam film.
If you are unfamiliar with Gilliam as a director, you might have heard of a little known comedy troupe known as Monty Python.
Gilliam was the only American member of the legendary group though he has since renounced his citizenship , and the man behind the iconic cartoons and animations.
While he has an extensive and cerebral filmography, I'm only going to confine myself to only referring to what has been dubbed Gilliam's Dystopic Triptych: Brazil , 12 Monkeys , and now the Zero Theorem.
Gilliam's films are visually stunning and often characterized by being wildly imaginative and fantastical — generally being layered with satire, symbolism and surrealism.
True to his nature, the ZT is a visual and intellectual feast that is today what Brazil was in ; a surrealist commentary of the times.
While Brazil was satirizing being a cog in the soulless bureaucracy, the ZT is treatise on dreams and the struggle of finding meaning in the digital world we live in.
The film stars Christoph Waltz Inglorious Basterds, Django Unchained as Qohen Leth, or simply Q, who is a reclusive phobia-ridden programmer of sorts that believes that one day he will receive a phone call that will provide meaning to his life.
He lives in a burnt out church that he bought from an insurance company, and detests the vibrant and absurdist world he has to interact with on his daily commute to work.
Matt Damon also makes a few appearances as 'Management', often making a fashion statement and offering a few cryptic lines to Q.
Preferring solitude, Q is eventually rewarded with a home office in exchange for working to prove the Zero Theorem, which essentially is meant to prove existence is meaningless and from the chaos of the big bang, all of reality will eventually revert to nothingness.
Pretty deep right? Well naturally Q finds the project overwhelming and is soon burnt out. Management enlists the beautiful Bainsley and wunderkind Bob to get him back on track, and in the process they irreversibly change the character and nature of Q.
While in my first viewing of the film I left satisfied, albeit a little confused, I find myself the second round feeling almost at one with the Waltz's character, intent on finding meaning in everything or nothing.
Every scene in this film is so very dense with symbolism and subject to interpretation that I cannot begin to imagine what really goes through Gilliam's head when he directs.
At times certain things feel extremely contrived like the fact that Q lives in a burnt out church, but they are all rooted in the Orwellian and Kafkaesque landscape that Gilliam so often likes to employ.
Gilliam has a very unique visual style that rewards the audience with masterful set design that is complemented by what I'd call a 'Paranoid POV' type shot that is reminiscent of Carol Reed's famous crooked angle shots in The Third Man The best way I can describe this movie is as a spiritual and existentialist journey that ponders the meaning of life and the nature of reality.
It's fairly obvious that Waltz's Q is absolutely insane, but in that insanity he is also perceived as being the best candidate to solve these puzzles.
The film features outstanding performances, most notably by Waltz, and admittedly I fell in love with Melanie Thierry every time she was on screen.
The future Gilliam portrays is both unique and at the same time frighteningly absurd, although ultimately a distorted reflection of the world of Whether or not you find something meaningful from this film, it is the type to linger in your thoughts long after you've left the theatre.
My friends will understand me as I excuse myself to go search for my own Shell Beach, and for all others I recommend you stop whatever you're doing and watch The Zero Theorem followed by Dark City Read this and other reviews on DriveInZeppelin's website.
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If the World Ended Today Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Christoph Waltz Qohen Leth Gwendoline Christie Woman in a Street Commercial Rupert Friend Man in Street Commercial Ray Cooper Man in Street Commercial Lily Cole Woman in Street Commercial David Thewlis Joby Sanjeev Bhaskar Doctor Peter Stormare Doctor Ben Whishaw The shooting schedule comprised 36 shooting days, which involved 28 days in the studio, and eight days on-location using nine different places.
Pre-production in Bucharest officially began on Monday, August 13, Principal photography began on Monday, October 22, , and ended on the 4th of December, The production shot for 37 days and only went one day over schedule.
Matt Damon we had for four. I think David Thewlis was a week. Lucas, Christoph and Melanie were running through the whole thing.
And that's really how we made it. The "futuristic" little cars that make crossing the street difficult for Qohen Leth near the beginning of the movie are called "Twizy", made by Renault, and were released in The Renault Twizy is a completely electric car.
Director Terry Gilliam praised the creative costume designs by Carlo Poggioli: "Carlo has been amazing. And had it not been for Bucharest, we wouldn't have found the Chinese market, where he has been buying all his fabrics.
The costumes are quite extraordinary: man-made fibres that are extraordinary looking, but painfully miserably to wear! We wanted to create this happy world, so with these materials we have colours, textures, reflectivity and transparency.
According to Terry Gilliam: "It's the best, cheapest place in Europe to work right now. Scriptwriter Pat Rushin and his wife Mary can be seen as extras in one scene set in a park.
They're visible in the background, sitting on a park bench. Mary is reading a newspaper and Pat is writing on a briefcase.
He's actually writing lines for the scrolling "Mancom Motivational" messages seen throughout the film. The scene was shot in the Carol Park in Bucharest, Romania.
The virtual reality beach scenes that Bainsley created for Qohen are reminiscent of the classic film From Here to Eternity Many were convinced that Robin Williams appears on one of the billboards at the beginning of the movie at around 4 mins as the spokesman for the Church of Batman the Redeemer, but Terry Gilliam has since said that it's definitely not him.
It might instead be percussionist Ray Cooper who has worked with Gilliam before and has been mentioned as having been involved in The Zero Theorem.
Leth may refer to Lethe. In Greek mythology, Lethe is both a goddess of oblivion and a river of forgetfulness in Hades. According to the Sunday Times, Bill Murray was offered a role but had to decline because of scheduling conflicts.