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So gut, dass man ihn nie wieder sehen will: IM WESTEN NICHTS NEUES I Filmkritik

Oct 26, 2022

So gut, dass man ihn nie wieder sehen will: IM WESTEN NICHTS NEUES I Filmkritik

nothing new in the West our Oscar nominee from Germany a film that shocked us deeply when I was in school originally there were two books that really impressed and shaped me, one was Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis and the other was nothing new in the West by Erich Maria commented and now it has been filmed again exactly and in this room a young man named Paul Bäumer and don't worry I won't explain what exactly happened in the First World War, you should know that Paul-Bäume and his three friends are right they wanted to go to the war they were really prepared to want to go to the front, they enlist voluntarily and then they are transferred to the western front where they have to fight against France and that is where the lambs see themselves as these young men in the war on this front, which in reality is totally useless and superfluous and then what happens to them in the course of this war just look at what WWI did to these people there in this fre Completely unnecessary event Daniel Anna and I were three of us at the cinema and we saw it in the morning with coffee and in my case with an empty stomach and before now we

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so gut dass man ihn nie wieder sehen will im westen nichts neues i filmkritik
Let us know in the comments, we are very happy and I don't want to start by telling you how I felt at the cinema. I didn't feel good when I saw this movie. To be honest, tears welled up from the first second, so feel free to be a bit more neutral. C'mon I like to go downtown yes it's very difficult because I noticed how the two ladies were really whipped across the seats and from this real cannon fire was unleashed on the spectators. Going back to the perception a bit for someone who has already seen some war movies, of course that is something else, but I have to say that from the beginning, in my opinion, the film is very well staged, it is the first film german. film adaptation and technically it's the same thing arises yes and we really put our eyes and ears on this western front I found it impressive we have together yes Paul together the camera work always veers from each other Soldier James Ryan type photographs that are close to atrocities and, however, also in a naturalness that is, again, moreover, cruel and at the same time In between there are also beautiful images that are very well filmed, which remind you of the narrow line of Terence Melek, for example, the film Red Line and that they really bring with them a certain poetry, where you think, oh man, you can really see it. looks good, yes, but the horror behind it is also there again and then there are moments that I also found really, let me just say very moving moments of camaraderie that just reflect what Paul Bäume is all about in these times. the front is important because that or the only important thing is camaraderie and avoiding death over time they meet two other comrades who are played by Albrecht Schuch and by Edin Hasanovic and there have been some short ones in the meantime Moments of deep breathing and only then do I i realized i really hadn't been breathing much before so i rarely watched a movie i personally witnessed this movie like this honestly i cried for at least 90 minutes during this movie i kind of cried because it really caught me all over and i was shocked much, I had the feeling that he was just as naive as me. i was in this movie that moved to the front because i thought oh let's watch a movie that's going on and from the first second i had associations in my head of getting out of the car as he was talking tears in my eyes i figured at ten years our son is so old and imagine your own son suddenly gets drafted and has to go to war worse still imagine you brought your own to go to this war and that's what the novel unfortunately describes a little better than this movie because in the novel Paul remembers how it was at school but they had this kantorek teacher i think his name is really he she cut out and punched and it probably comes from her parents house so yeah you have to go to war you're not but if you've witnessed the warrior and so on, I think that's even more shocking, actually that's not what the movie does at all.
so gut dass man ihn nie wieder sehen will im westen nichts neues i filmkritik
It's either relaxation or the camaraderie in between, so yeah, but this outside influence that really made sure these guys got started on the whole front are, in my opinion, kind of neglected or just negotiated on the basis of these peace efforts. , which are not in the novel at all, so I found these scenes that you can watch and I've seen a lot of war movies, so I don't actually watch them anymore because I think I've seen everything, so what else do I want to watch? how can you slaughter beastly people and i thought while i was watching this movie i thought hey if you have to watch a war movie watch this because it's really he has everything he has this sadness when his own comrades die he has this desperation. when you panic you stab this frenchie in this completely pointless battle and then you look at what it's called if the family has so you think what the heck dude and that's there are so many situations that are in this movie that it's kind of what best of all war movies included in this movie and we had said in advance that they can't even send anything else to oscars we just send war there we can't have 1000 lines it's great too and after this movie we knew why we send him there it's so good it's so well done and he's got the best actor's camera Felix the lead actor is playing this is his first I think the part comes from the Staatstheater and he really plays it very well and I have to say there are trees based ​​in Paul and I always see where I think he's right that's where he comes from and what I'm into.
so gut dass man ihn nie wieder sehen will im westen nichts neues i filmkritik
Understanding the anti-war film. Namely a movie I don't want, yes a boring movie, a cruel movie, repulsive, that drives you away, I don't find anything new in the West, it's not such an antikips simulator, it's still a war movie, but I want it I don't assume that he, let's say, glorifies the war, but really shows the atrocities in all their consequences, but nonsense and nonsense, but still does it with some entertainment value because I did not see this film and felt bored or wanted. to get out of it but really I wanted to know how it goes and in my opinion that's the problem with a lot of supposedly anti-war movies so they don't fulfill their mission well I can't do better I really thought for the first time in my life in cinema if I should get out several times and I had already packed and somehow I really thought I couldn't bring it in yet either can't With the movie Gorillas I say I didn't finish watching the movie I'm supposed to talk about or there has never been one that's why I because I was in this movie film professionally i watched it to the end with them and yeah i have to say my bottom line is i thought it was so good i actually wish i hadn't seen it what's coming i think it's good so i really think it's a Good judgment about this movie because it absolutely fits my point of view and I think that also supports the thesis of the anti-war movie if it's so good that you don't want to see it again then I think that too Hen it's a good movie, I don't know if I'll have it so if it's up to me. nge i would show it in school we also watched schindler's list but if you show this movie in school well maybe it

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grow up a generation that never wants to go to war that's maybe the other side too and i think it's worth shame for that so look because look he too I mean 147 minutes is not short but it's great from A to Z WWI is definitely longer consequently I think the time of run just finished i think it's a good thing this movie is going to oscars too because i always find it very technically impressive yes the soundtrack is briefly added back on every level uh this roar and also this beat drum in which they keep playing which has raised the pulse and caused the uncomfortable feeling in the stomach area as i said, i think the movie is good too.
so gut dass man ihn nie wieder sehen will im westen nichts neues i filmkritik
It has the problem that, as you said, it's a bit mediocre, but you have to keep in mind that this movie or novel was written in 1928 if other movies or novels were based on this for this because those were the ones that were based on this movie in this novel, so you might like a kind of dejavue experience more often. i got it but i think it's geared for a new generation it's a war movie you definitely should have seen and you should also see it on screen if i think it really has a more intense effect there than on tv or something and not with an empty man and not an empty stomach about DejaVu, you know the video is over, but of course we want you to subscribe to our channel and be there next time.
so gut dass man ihn nie wieder sehen will im westen nichts neues i filmkritik
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so gut dass man ihn nie wieder sehen will im westen nichts neues i filmkritik
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