Filmkritik zu Berlin Syndrom. Die Australierin Clare reist nach Berlin, weil sie sich für DDR-Architektur begeistert. Kaum angekommen, lernt sie. In "Berlin Syndrome" zeigt Cate Shortland den Albtraum einer Frau, die sich mit einem Unbekannten einlässt. Ein Psychothriller über Lust und. Die Australierin Clare reist als Backpackerin durch Europa und macht einen Zwischenstopp in Berlin. Dort lernt sie den charmanten Englischlehrer Andi kennen. Während die beiden die Stadt besichtigen, entwickelt sich ein heißer Flirt, und die.
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Die Australierin Clare reist als Backpackerin durch Europa und macht einen Zwischenstopp in Berlin. Dort lernt sie den charmanten Englischlehrer Andi kennen. Während die beiden die Stadt besichtigen, entwickelt sich ein heißer Flirt, und die. Berlin Syndrom (Originaltitel: Berlin Syndrome) ist ein australisches Filmdrama von Cate Shortland, das am Januar im Rahmen des World Cinema. Zwischen Stockholmsyndrom und Klaustrophobie: Regisseurin Cate Shortland versucht in ihrem Film "Berlin Syndrom" Verlorenheit und. Offizieller "Berlin Syndrom" Trailer Deutsch German | Abonnieren ➤ http://sanbokyodan.eu | (OT: Berlin Syndrome) Movie #Trailer | Kinostart: sanbokyodan.eu - Kaufen Sie Berlin Syndrom günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Berlin Syndrom ein Film von Cate Shortland mit Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt. Inhaltsangabe: Die Australierin Clare (Teresa Palmer) macht als Backpackerin. Filmkritik zu Berlin Syndrom. Die Australierin Clare reist nach Berlin, weil sie sich für DDR-Architektur begeistert. Kaum angekommen, lernt sie.
Offizieller "Berlin Syndrom" Trailer Deutsch German | Abonnieren ➤ http://sanbokyodan.eu | (OT: Berlin Syndrome) Movie #Trailer | Kinostart: Nun ist»Berlin Syndrom«zwar kein lupenreiner Horrorfilm, dennoch hält er sich recht treu an diese Maximen. © MFA+ Filmdistribution. Die. Berlin Syndrom (Originaltitel: Berlin Syndrome) ist ein australisches Filmdrama von Cate Shortland, das am Januar im Rahmen des World Cinema.
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Cate Shortland. Polly Staniford. Shaun Grant. May 26, Teresa Palmer Clare. Max Riemelt Andi. Matthias Habich Erich.
Emma Bading Franka Hummels. Elmira Bahrami Jana. Christoph Franken Peter. Lucie Aron Elodie Zadikan. Nassim Avat Aaron Hurwitz.
Malin Steffen Swedish Girl. Thuso Lekwape Billy Dharma. Cate Shortland Director. Shaun Grant Screenwriter. Polly Staniford Producer.
Angie Fielder Executive Producer. Emilie Georges Executive Producer. Tanja Meissner Executive Producer. Naima Abed Executive Producer.
Troy Lum Executive Producer. Cecilia Ritchie Executive Producer. Oliver Lawrance Executive Producer. October 23, Rating: 2. October 4, Full Review….
December 20, Rating: 3. View All Critic Reviews Sep 19, Slow but decent. I had a false start with this one where I found it too plodding and switched it off, but I attempted to watch it again and I did find it quite good once the story gets going.
It could certainly put you off traveling alone and trusting anyone you meet, that's for sure. It's not an overly talky movie, so there is a lot unsaid and a lot left to the viewers interpretation.
Nicki M Super Reviewer. Jun 17, It can be tense and disturbing at times, even though it feels a bit too familiar like a mix of Fear and Misery and moves too slow for such a predictable type of movie, not managing that well to be entertaining as a thriller and being rather dull and unpleasant to watch.
Carlos M Super Reviewer. May 28, Theresa Palmer is no stranger to this genre of psychological horror, but "Berlin Syndrome" is the first time she truly shines and shows off her range as an actress.
She portrays an Australian photographer who has just come to Berlin on a backpacking trip through Europe. There is a dreamlike pall that follows her through the film, a feeling not too dissimilar from the works of Harmony Korine or Sophia Coppola.
After an erotic encounter with a handsome German schoolteacher, she finds her self locked in his apartment. Whether by accident or on purpose isn't clear at first, but she quickly comes to find out that he has plans to keep her in his isolated domicile indefinitely.
You know the setup, so you probably won't be very surprised by how the plot plays out. What is surprising is how incredibly tense the film stays throughout its two hour run-time.
You feel the claustrophobia of the surroundings, and the scariest part is watching Palmer's character lose her sanity, vacillating between the classic Stockholm syndrome and her desperate attempts to escape her dire situation.
Her captor, played by Max Riemelt, is a bit one-note and hardly inspires much sympathy, but his coldness elevates the anxiety of the film. Director Cate Shortland hasn't exactly broke the mold with this one, but compared to many of the other early releases of this summer it is an outstanding selection and a cut above most horror fare.
K Nife C Super Reviewer. May 14, Working off a screenplay by Shaun Grant, director Cate Shortland has a talent for atmosphere that reminded me of Sophia Coppola's drowsy, blissed-out aesthetic.
His Eastern bloc apartment is perfect for their loud sex, since it's established slyly that nobody can hear them. The next day, she awakens to find him off to work as a school teacher and he's, perhaps by accident, locked her into his flat.
It seems like an honest mistake until he does it again the next day, and it slowly dawns on Clare that Andi has no intention of ever letting her out.
It's a sensational setup, with little clues dropped along the way that Clare was in a boatload of trouble right from the very start. Part of the problem is that this film works visually, and thus, contains a lot of silence.
Its measured pace doesn't seem warranted, especially when the third act feels so rushed, leaving too many logical steps unanswered.
Also, its structure seems arbitrary at times, wherein any of the plot points could have happened at any time. Still, there's a really good 90 minute movie in here.
Palmer, looking almost exactly like Kristen Stewart here, does a fantastic job as the type of traveler who stays in Youth Hostels and trusts strangers too easily.
She's not given much of a backstory, but her expressive eyes and stunning range of reactions, at times silenced, filled with rage, or eerily seductive, sell her Kick Ass Waif character.
Riemelt, however, has the opposite challenge.