Respektlose Sittenkomödie über den außer Kontrolle geratenen Hof der geistig verwirrten Queen Anne im frühen Jahrhundert. The Favourite - Intrigen und. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu The Favourite. The Favourite blickt hinter die Kulissen dessen, was passiert, als Königin Anne (Olivia Colman), die. Der Film ist opulent und derb und fies und ungemein erfolgreich, er hat auf dem Filmfestival Venedig Kritik und Publikum begeistert und Preise.
Community-HitDer Film ist opulent und derb und fies und ungemein erfolgreich, er hat auf dem Filmfestival Venedig Kritik und Publikum begeistert und Preise. The Favourite - Intrigen und Irrsinn. IRL, GB, USA, FilmTragikomödieBiografieGeschichtsfilm. Yorgos Lanthimos` bitterbös-absurde Farce über Intrigen. The Favourite – Intrigen und Irrsinn (Originaltitel The Favourite) ist ein Historienfilm von Giorgos Lanthimos, der die englische Königin Anne porträtiert und am.
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Fünf Freunde Stream - Das könnte dich auch interessierenGolden Globe Awards Im Jahrhundert herrscht die kranke und aufbrausende Königin Ann am englischen Hof. Weder ihre Gesundheit noch die politische Lage des Langes hat sie unter Kontrolle. Ihre engste Vertraute Lady Sarah kümmert sich um die launische Königin. Als. The Favourite – Intrigen und Irrsinn (Originaltitel The Favourite) ist ein Historienfilm von Giorgos Lanthimos, der die englische Königin Anne porträtiert und am. The Favourite - Intrigen und Irrsinn [dt./OV]. ()IMDb 7,51 Std. 59 Der FIlm, nominiert für zehn Oscars, hat mich enttäuscht. Zwar spielt Olivia Colman die. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu The Favourite. The Favourite blickt hinter die Kulissen dessen, was passiert, als Königin Anne (Olivia Colman), die. Zur Sammlung Gellack Entfernen Auf Facebook teilen Auf Twitter teilen. Ich habe mich selten in so ein sinnloses Stück Fimgeschichte verirrt, langweilig und vollkommen ohne Spannung oder Anspruch. Was sie schnell tut. Filme von Giorgos Ian Harding Freundin.
We're all multifaceted, many-layered, disgusting and gorgeous and powerful and weak and filthy and brilliant. That's what's nice.
It doesn't make women an old-fashioned thing of delicacy. There will be those who find the obviously intentional anachronisms too much, whilst others will take umbrage with the disregard for historical authenticity.
For me, whilst I admire Lanthimos for trying to bring something new to his oeuvre, especially when compared to Sacred Deer which just repeated the beats of The Lobster , I felt the film was oftentimes trying to work its way through an identity crisis, unsure of exactly what kind of tone to settle on.
I had similar feelings about the allegories that run throughout, and are never what you would call fully fleshed out.
Obviously, it's a treatise on power and the ridiculous opulence of royalty, but that's not exactly an untapped issue in cinema. Additionally, one of my biggest problems with Sacred Deer was how utterly pointless it felt, and although I got a lot more out of The Favourite, I had something of the same reaction to it.
It could also be argued that the characters are a little two dimensional, and filmgoers who need a protagonist to latch onto, someone to root for, will be left rudderless.
Superior to Alpeis and Sacred Deer, but not a patch on Kynodontas or The Lobster, The Favourite will probably attract a sizable unprepared audience because of awards buzz, positive reviews, and excellent trailer.
Undoubtedly, for a lot of people, this will be their first exposure to Lanthimos, and I can only imagine what people expecting a Merchant Ivory costume drama will make of it all.
Neither morally enlightening nor historically respectful, The Favourite offers a bleak assessment of humanity's core drives; not Lanthimos's bleakest, but a hell of a lot more nihilistic than an average multiplex goer will be used to.
The characters within the film live in a milieu of egotism, narcissism, sexual cruelty, psychological bullying, greed, and hunger for power. There's barely a hint of sentimentality, and very little that could be called morally righteous.
I would have liked it to have more meat on its bones, but at the same time, one cannot deny that it presents something of a faithful looking-glass, as Lanthimos continues to corner the market in pointing out not just humanity's worst foibles, but its most egregious eccentricities and lamentable character defects.
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Emma Stone Abigail. Rachel Weisz lady Sarah. Joe Alwyn Masham. Olivia Colman. Nominee Grand Prix Asturias. Nominee GLAAD Media Award. Nominee Gold Derby Award.
Lead Actress of the Decade Olivia Colman 2nd place. Supporting Actress of the Decade Rachel Weisz. Original Screenplay of the Decade Deborah Davis Tony McNamara.
Costume Design of the Decade Sandy Powell. Ensemble of the Decade Joe Alwyn Olivia Colman Mark Gatiss Nicholas Hoult Jenny Rainsford James Smith Emma Stone Rachel Weisz.
Winner Gold Derby Award. Lead Actress Olivia Colman. Ensemble Cast Joe Alwyn Olivia Colman Mark Gatiss Nicholas Hoult Jenny Rainsford James Smith Emma Stone Rachel Weisz.
Original Screenplay Deborah Davis Tony McNamara. Costume Design Sandy Powell. Production Design Fiona Crombie.
Supporting Actress Rachel Weisz. Supporting Actress Emma Stone. Motion Picture Ceci Dempsey Ed Guiney Lee Magiday Yorgos Lanthimos.
Director Yorgos Lanthimos. Cinematography Robbie Ryan. Film Editing Yorgos Mavropsaridis. Nominee Golden Schmoes. Best Actress of the Year Olivia Colman.
Best Supporting Actress of the Year Emma Stone. Best Supporting Actress of the Year Rachel Weisz. Best Screenplay of the Year Deborah Davis Tony McNamara.
Winner Golden Trailer. Best Voice Over TV Spot Fox Searchlight Pictures Motive nyc. Nominee Golden Trailer. Best Comedy TV Spot Fox Searchlight Pictures Motive Productions.
Most Original TV Spot Fox Searchlight Pictures Motive nyc. Nominee Gopo Award. Best European Film Cel mai bun film european Yorgos Lanthimos director Odeon Cineplex distributor.
Winner Special Gotham Jury Award. Best Ensemble Performance Olivia Colman Emma Stone Rachel Weisz. Nominee Audience Award. Yorgos Lanthimos Ceci Dempsey Ed Guiney Lee Magiday.
Nominee Gotham Independent Film Award. Best Feature Yorgos Lanthimos Ceci Dempsey Ed Guiney Lee Magiday.
Nominee GWNYFCA Award. Winner HFCS Award. Best Art Direction Fiona Crombie Alice Felton. Nominee HFCS Award. Winner Hollywood Film Award.
Supporting Actress of the Year Rachel Weisz. Costume Designer of the Year Sandy Powell. Nominee Film Award.
Best Overall Dubbing Ida Sansone. Nominee IFJA Award. Winner ICP Award. Nominee ICP Award. Best Supporting Actress Emma Stone -Third Place.
Best Film -Fourth Place. Best Director Yorgos Lanthimos -Fourth Place. Winner ICS Award. Nominee ICS Award.
Winner INOCA. Nominee INOCA. Best Actress Emma Stone. Best Makeup and Hairstyling Nadia Stacey Samantha Denyer Beverley Binda. Winner IFC Award. Nominee IFC Award.
Nominee IFTA Award. Best Visual Effects Ed Bruce Visual Effects Supervisor Nicholas Murphy visual effects production manager: SSVFX SSVFX Visual Effects.
Winner KCFCC Award. Best Film Tied with Roma Nominee Readers' Choice Award. Best Foreign Film Yorgos Lanthimos. Nominee Grand Prix du Jury.
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Powered by JustWatch. Anne, now very sick, is awakened by the animal's distressed cry and sees what Abigail is doing. Anne forces herself out of bed and angrily orders Abigail to kneel and massage her leg.
She gradually pulls Abigail's hair and bears down on her head as Abigail winces and continues to begrudgingly massage her. Deborah Davis wrote the first draft of The Favourite in She had no prior screenwriting experience and studied screenwriting at night school.
She took the draft, which was titled The Balance of Power, to producer Ceci Dempsey , who responded enthusiastically. I did a lot of research and as it turns out, there is a wealth of original sources.
You have historical accounts of the period. One of the best sources is Winston Churchill who wrote the story about his ancestor who was the Duke of Marlborough and he covers the female triangle and the relationship between Anne, Sarah and Abigail in his four-part biography.
There are enormous amounts of sources out there. Another one was, of course, Sarah's memoir where she wrote about how she was replaced in the Queen's favour by Abigail and how Abigail had become the absolute favourite.
The Favourite is the first film Lanthimos directed with screenwriters Davis and McNamara. Lanthimos was attracted to Davis' and McNamara's script, and "became acquainted with the three female characters who happened to be real people".
He has a very particular, contained view. And he reserves it and conserves it, deliberately. He's very intuitive on every level.
Casting, yes. Even hiring the department, it's all the same process You're not going to talk him into anything ever, ever, ever, ever.
Once you accept that, you have to intuit or inhale what he wants, but he's got a very particular contained view and you just need to go with it.
Producer Ceci Dempsey, who read the first draft, said she was "haunted" by "the passion, the survival instincts of these women, the manipulations and what they did to survive".
Almost a decade later, producer Ed Guiney obtained the script and was also attracted to the complex plot and relationships of the three women; he said, "We didn't want to make just another British costume drama During this time, Guiney became acquainted with Lanthimos, whose film Dogtooth had received an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.
Guiney approached him with the prospect of directing the film. Lanthimos immediately became intrigued with the idea "[t]hese three women possessed power that affected the lives of millions"; at the same time he found the story to be "intimate".
In September , it was announced Lanthimos would direct the film from Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara's screenplay, which was described as "a bawdy, acerbic tale of royal intrigue, passion, envy, and betrayal".
My instinct from the beginning was that I didn't want this to become an issue in the film, for us, like we're trying to make a point out of it I didn't even want the characters in the film to be making an issue of it.
I just wanted to deal with these three women as human beings. It didn't matter that there were relationships of the same gender.
I stopped thinking about that very early on in the process. He also elaborated on the "positive" effect the Me Too movement has had on the film: "Because of the prevalent male gaze in cinema, women are portrayed as housewives, girlfriends Our small contribution is we're just trying to show them as complex and wonderful and horrific as they are, like other human beings.
Casting for The Favourite began in when Lanthimos contacted Colman. Casting was crucial for Lanthimos, who describes his process as "instinctive"; he said, "It's one of those things when you feel you're right and you need to insist no matter what".
After Winslet left the project, Lanthimos offered the role to Cate Blanchett. Colman found playing Anne "a joy because she sort of feels everything".
She has too much power, too much time on her hands. Stone's greatest concern was mastering her accent; "It's , which was about years before any period I had ever done.
It was pretty daunting on a few levels—having to be British and not stick out like a sore thumb. Despite having less-dynamic roles, Hoult and Alwyn were intrigued to be part of a film dominated by three complex, leading, female characters.
I was just happy to be a part of it at all. It's rare to get a film like this to come along that is so different from what we're used to seeing, especially with a director like this, so to be any part in it was brilliant.
Filming was expected to begin in the spring of but was postponed for a year, during which time Lanthimos made The Killing of a Sacred Deer.
Prior to principal photography, Lanthimos engaged the main actors in an unorthodox rehearsal process that lasted three weeks. The actors "delivered their lines while trying to tie themselves in knots, jumping from carpet tile to carpet tile, or writhing around on the floor", according to the New York Times.
The most challenging aspect of filming for cinematographer Robbie Ryan was trying to capture fluid camera movement without the use of Steadicam :.
We explored a lot of ways of trying to have a fluid camera movement that wasn't a Steadicam move. He showed me a film early on called Angst He wanted to try and instill that in the way we shot The Favourite , but it was going to be really difficult to do that.
Because of the costumes and just the physicality of it, it was not going to be possible. So we tried to come up with ways of being as fluid as we could with the camera.
That was exciting because we came up with some interesting rigs—we explored different gimbal rigs and things like that.
Lanthimos encouraged Ryan to use fisheye and wide-angle lenses for a majority of the shots, which Ryan believed contributed significantly to the story:.
The wide lens is twofold. By showing you the whole room and also isolating the character in a small space I think one of the critiques of the film believed it was like a playground that turns into a battleground that turns into a prison.
I think that's a very good explanation of what the film tries to get across with these characters. I think the wide lenses are pretty integral to that, as well.
Production designer Fiona Crombie drew inspiration for the film's colour palette from the chequered, black-and-white marble floor in the Great Hall at Hatfield House, noting that "a character will walk into a room and you get this incredible wide-shot—we're talking seeing from the floors to the ceilings to the corners.
You see everything. The filmmakers used mostly natural lighting, which proved challenging for the candle-lit night time scenes; Crombie said, "as you imagine, there are very strict protocols about managing candles But the people who manage Hatfield were very supportive and we negotiated and negotiated, and we would be able to do a vast majority of what we wanted to do".
Because she was a fan of his previous work, costume designer Sandy Powell specifically sought out Lanthimos. Powell wanted Abigail's rise to power to be reflected in her costumes; she said, "I wanted to give her that vulgarity of the nouveau riche , and her dresses get a little bolder and showier.The Favourite. (1,) IMDb 1h 59min X-Ray R. HD. Two cousins vie to curry the favour of an ailing Queen Anne in this Oscar (R)-nominated period film. The Favourite doesn't exactly wrap up the drama between Sarah, Anne, and Abigail, but history does! The Queen's friendship with Sarah was pretty much over after Prince George's death, mostly. An honest list of my favourite films, in order. I stress the word 'favourite'. This list is compiled based on how much I personally enjoy the films. It is not a 'best films of all time' list, though many of them I would consider to be worthy contenders. With films like “ Dogtooth,” “ The Lobster,” and “ The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” Yorgos Lanthimos ’ internationally acclaimed works have been concerned with looming domestic dynamics and battles among couples, siblings and families residing under one roof. Those household idiosyncrasies and preoccupations of the Greek auteur now find a new habitat in early 18 th Century England, with the fiendishly eccentric and entertaining costume drama “The Favourite.”. The Favourite is a period black comedy film directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, and written by Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara. It is a co-production of studios based in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the United States.