Klaus Maria Brandauer. MEPHISTO. Director: István Szabó. Release Year: Country: BRD/H/A. BUCH: Péter Dobai, István Szabó, nach dem Roman von. Mephisto. Ungarn BR Deutschland / Spielfilm. Mephisto; Quelle: DIF, FMD. Quelle: DIF, FMD. Klaus Maria Brandauer. Ausgezeichnet auf den Filmfestspielen Cannes und als bester fremdsprachiger Film mit dem Oscar! conf-glm.eu "Mephisto" muss man gesehen haben, denn.
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Der Schauspieler Hendrik Höfgen ist der Publikumsliebling auf Hamburgs Bühnen. Nach seinem Umzug nach Berlin avanciert er auch hier schnell zum gefeierten Star. Als die Nationalsozialisten an die Macht kommen, schlägt er alle Warnungen seiner. Mephisto ist ein deutsch-ungarisches Filmdrama von István Szabó aus dem Jahr Sein Drehbuch basiert auf dem gleichnamigen Roman, den Klaus Mann. Mephisto. Fr | | Film im rbb. Klaus Maria Brandauer und Rolf Hoppe in István Szabós mit dem Oscar preisgekrönten Welterfolg. Kommentieren. Klaus Mann hat im Exil den Roman Mephisto geschrieben und István Szabó hat ihn verfilmt. Dank der guten Schauspieler, allen voran Klaus Maria. Ausgezeichnet auf den Filmfestspielen Cannes und als bester fremdsprachiger Film mit dem Oscar! conf-glm.eu "Mephisto" muss man gesehen haben, denn. Mephisto - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | conf-glm.eu Film-/Videoformat: 35 mm; Länge in m: ; Anlaufdatum: ; Literarische Vorlage: Mann, Klaus: "Mephisto", Roman. Filmplakat zu "Mephisto".
Mephisto. Fr | | Film im rbb. Klaus Maria Brandauer und Rolf Hoppe in István Szabós mit dem Oscar preisgekrönten Welterfolg. Kommentieren. Ausgezeichnet auf den Filmfestspielen Cannes und als bester fremdsprachiger Film mit dem Oscar! conf-glm.eu "Mephisto" muss man gesehen haben, denn. Film-/Videoformat: 35 mm; Länge in m: ; Anlaufdatum: ; Literarische Vorlage: Mann, Klaus: "Mephisto", Roman. Filmplakat zu "Mephisto". Jetzt streamen:. Datenschutzhinweise Verstanden. Christian Grashof. Ödön Rubold. Während er Curvey Model einsamer wird, versucht er, Das Phänomen Regime Verfolgte am Theater zu halten. Und weiter spielt er seine Lieblingsrolle, den Mephisto. Happy Family Stream Kinox Grashof. Lajos Koltai. Auf Facebook teilen Auf Twitter teilen Seite drucken. Als seine Frau ebnet sie ihm nicht nur den Weg in gut situierte Kreise, sondern auch nach Berlin.
Mephisto 1981 Navigacijski izbornik VideoIstván Szabó x 3: Mephisto, Confidence, Colonel Redl – Official Trailer Mephisto: Ein Stück der Weltliteratur, das Geschichte machte. Oscar-Preisträger Klaus Maria Brandauer in einer seiner größten Rollen - mit einer. Klaus Maria Brandauer. MEPHISTO. Director: István Szabó. Release Year: Country: BRD/H/A. BUCH: Péter Dobai, István Szabó, nach dem Roman von. Mephisto. Ungarn BR Deutschland / Spielfilm. Mephisto; Quelle: DIF, FMD. Quelle: DIF, FMD. Klaus Maria Brandauer. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Deutscher Titel. Ihre Jackie Marin werden von uns nicht an Dritte weitergegeben oder Dritten überlassen. Sängerin Angelika Siebert. Theatersekretärin Frl. Klaus Maria Brandauer. Anmelden Registrieren. Something is quite brilliantly handled here, and I believe it's this; one of the conceits of our actor, a leftist in the early days, is for a Peoples Theater Pirats Of The Caribbean directly involves and agitates into action. More Top Movies Trailers. And yet one Fernsehsendung help feel pity for Hoefgen and the way he slowly loses power over himself until he becomes just a lackey of the state. Linda Hamilton Heute cannot admit to himself that he has made the wrong decision and even when he is in Paris and is presented with another opportunity to escape the Nazi regime, he returns to Germany to the pursuit of his theatrical life, no matter how restricted it is. It's found in Stumme Karte Welt human psyche.
It's a movie about a particular reality presumably a political content that Germany was exposed to in the s, the reality that never leaves you indifferent.
It is a movie that provokes emotional thoughts in any viewer ready to reflect. A pack of fanatical men rule, force a "code of proper beliefs and behavior" and Either immigrate or adjust oneself to this reality.
Those who reject a new vision of Germany e. Hans Miklas or Otto Ulrichs experience the worst of course, communism was another evil of the time ; those who immigrate Hendrik's wife Barbara are regarded traitors; yet, those who stay and parrot the "pseudoclassic slogans" are, for the time being, used for certain purposes.
Yet, not all people can choose In this case, a very interesting, though upsetting, facet of the problem is developed: racism.
Hendrik's mistress Juliette Martens Karin Boyd is black, she wants to have a baby. However, the career of the actor and the director of Berlin theater would come to an end.
He cannot dare for love with a black woman. In a memorable scene, she asks him desperately: "What guilt is there to blame on a child born of black mother and white, famous, father?
Juliette looks at him in despair and says: "Do you still recognize yourself? You must see this scene, a little psychological pearl! The performances are terrific.
Klaus Maria Brandauer portrays his part in a very powerful way. You see an actor playing an actor, a mask among people, an actor in his roles, an actor in his life, a person who once appreciated freedom; yet, in time, asks himself "Freedom?
What for? I think that if you like Mr Brandauer as an artist, you would definitely regard this role as one of the best ones except for Redl and Nebuchadnezzar I am proud to say that Krystyna Janda, a Polish actress, is in this film.
Although I don't list her as one of my favorite actresses, I have to admit that she very well fits to the role of Barbara Bruckner, Hendrick's wife.
In a memorable conversation in Paris, she does a very fine job showing helplessness, rejection and disgust to what happens in Berlin.
As for purely technical aspects, the movie does not boast much. The picture is rather pale and the camera job is also not very outstanding.
Yet, Sztabo's film is primarily meant to win by its content, to leave something psychologically precious in the viewers, appears to be more for the MIND than for the EYES.
Therefore, this weaker cinematography may be forgiven for the sake of flawless aspects galore. MEPHISTO, though a sad and rather a depressing movie, is a must see for people who appreciate thoughts, who want to get something from a film.
Perhaps not that historical to the letter but a pretty nice insight into a complexity that human appears to be.
But see it in spring or summer rather than long, dark and upsetting autumn evenings. The movie invites the viewer to see World War II from a seldom-explored perspective, that of the arts.
And in the middle is Hendrik Hoefgen, an actor who just wants to survive and get fame but by his own fault ends up involved in the higher echelons of the Nazi Party and becomes director the State Theater, immortalized by his performance as Mephisto because of the values this character seems to share with the ideal German the Nazis are trying to create.
The movie poses the question, can art remain pure amidst political times; and if Hoefgen's life is any indication, then no, it can't.
It can revolt and flee for safer places, or it can stay and become a corrupted tool of ideology. Hoefgen, although never played as villains, is a deeply flawed man and hardly innocent of his dealings with the Nazis.
Throughout the movie he's described as a self-promoter who cares only about himself. Such is his intention to please that he always goes back to the Mephisto role, the one he's more popular with.
Eventually one wonders where Hoefgen ends and the character begins, as people call him Mephisto as if that were his real name. In the end, though, he's more of a Faustian character than a true seductive devil.
He symbolises everyone who happily compromised with the the Reich. He's never treated with pity, for it's obvious he knew what he was getting himself into.
And yet one can't help feel pity for Hoefgen and the way he slowly loses power over himself until he becomes just a lackey of the state.
Klaus Maria Brandauer gives a magnificent performance as Hendrik Hoefgen. He plays it with an endless range of emotions, so conflicted is his mind.
Another great performance was delivered by Rolf Hoppe as the Prime-Minister, a patron of the arts and Hoefgen's admirer and protector. Hoppe plays his character unlike any Nazi I've ever seen, like a real person, which only makes his reserved outbursts more violent.
From a technical point of view, the movie is nothing outstanding. He lets the screenplay and actors do all the work, allowing the movie to develop slowly until the fascinating ending.
It may be a difficult movie to watch, but one that rewards patience. Much is said of Brandauer's performance here and it is an actor's performance par excellence: look at me, look at me, I am so good, and don't turn away, look at me again.
In this respect he is like Robin Williams in one his manic performances which also craves attention and while Brandauer is a brilliant stage performer - the scenes of him on stage are amongst the best in the whole film - his stage-bound acting style in most of the rest of the film is like some psychopath with ADD.
This gives the film problems because it fails to build empathy with his ordinary situation: how to deal with an evil government and have a conscience.
This problem is compounded by the close up camera: we are always looking at his face in some unendurable clinch as he tries to kiss us and ask us how good he is again and again.
The other weakness is the long build to the story. The film takes 40 minutes to become interesting; the preamble is just Brandauer's character being selfish and self-absorbed.
Even though its references to the epic tale of Faust are obvious, the film doesn't fall to highlighting nor underestimation of the viewer.
It's a clever film, characterized by strong aesthetic styling, about art, evil and people living in the shadows of power. A German stage actor Hendrik Hoefgen has to choose between his political ideologies and his career when the Nazis win the election in the year He has to abandon the left-wing circles in which he has been working before.
He's a married man but has an affair with a black German woman. Germany wants to destroy all arts that aren't truly German, due to which Hendrik gets the role of Mephisto.
He has to keep playing this role which is in the popularity of the Nazis, in order to keep his highly valued status. Faust is Germany's national epic which is an ancient folks tale but generally known as written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
It's a story about a man who sells his soul to the Devil. Quite an eternal tale; Faustian contracts are signed every now and then in the modern world.
Mephisto is a fictional character in the book. He wagers with the archangel Gabriel that every man can be enticed to join the dark side.
Gabriel chooses Faust, a religious servant of God, as their target of the bet. Mephisto sends a plague to Faust's village and the villagers ask for a helping hand from him.
But Faust is unable to help the villagers because God doesn't answer to his prayers. Totally desperate, Faust resorts to Mephisto the demon.
Mephisto agrees to help but at the same makes him an offer -- eternal youth with all its pleasures. In order to attain this, Faust must sell his soul.
This is how the story goes or at least the original folks tale with which I am more familiar with, compared to Goethe's book. But back to the film.
Once, when Hendrik has just performed at stage as Mephisto, he goes up the stairs to the box seat of a Nazi general.
The general flatters him and they talk a little. The audience turns around and starts staring at them. The play is no longer performed at stage but in the seats, in the life of the real characters of history.
This is the scene where fiction becomes reality. The camera takes a long shot of the theater hall as Hendrik, or Mephisto as the general calls him, shakes hands with the general -- a Faustian contract has been signed.
To my mind, the film realized brilliantly how to use the face of Mephisto. First on Hendrik, then on the German officers around him and then on his wife.
The face equals the mark of evil. It represents something Hendrik has now turned into. And, in the final scene, he runs to the field, followed by the spotlight, stops and says: "What do they want from me now?
After all, I am just an actor. The trial of Nurnberg for instance, and other smaller trials. Many artists were accused for working for the Nazis.
But Hitler's propaganda-filmmaker, Leni Riefenstahl, for example said that she only made movies, nothing else. So is one either part of the solution or part of the problem?
The themes of evil, art and inner darkness characterize this aesthetically stylized historical war film.
The face of Mephisto turns into an icon which collects symbolic meaning to itself. It's a mask, so what do we find behind it when it is dropped down and the truth is revealed.
In the end, when the camera takes a freeze-frame shot of Hendrik's face, we see the truth. The artificiality, the illusionary world and the facade are now destroyed.
We see the protagonist as a human being begging for mercy. But not only the face of evil and society are revealed, also the faces of fiction, art and cinema.
SnoopyStyle 26 December It's pre-War Germany. The Nazis take a liking to him and the play. Hoefgen starts abandoning his principles to ingratiate himself with the powerful Nazis.
He essentially sells his soul to achieve his dreams which is the same as the character Faust. Klaus Maria Brandauer is a great actor and he always commands the screen.
The story is poetic and presents a compelling idea. The static camera style left me a bit cold. At a certain point, I stop caring about Hoefgen.
I don't necessarily care about any of the other characters either. I like the concept a lot more than the actual movie. Discovered this film which was showing on TV in the early hours of the AM and enjoyed the entire story about a German actor who reached the top of his career in Nazi controlled Germany.
Klaus Maria Brandauer, Hendrik Hoefgen played the role of this actor who was a perfectionist in his field of acting on the stage and was very successful in performing his role as Mephisto The Devil in "Faust" and the German people and Nazi's who loved his performance.
The Nazi's decided to use Hendrik Hoefgen as their State Theatre Director and use this position as a propaganda platform in the Threate Arts and deceive the German people.
Hendrik Hoefgen had a strong desire to present "Hamlet" to the German people and it seems that once this performance was presented, his career started to decline from the lime lights and the Nazi Government.
There is an inter-racial love affair going on by Hendrik Hoefgen which adds a great deal of love and romance besides all his other lovers.
Great Film, enjoy. Having just sat down and watched this film and then having checked the reviews of post-viewing, I find it hard to believe I watched the same film.
I was looking forward to see a dark parable on the cost of success and looking the other way, the hunger of adulation and success that an actor craves at any cost.
I was however left feeling very under-whelmed at the end the picture. I don't want to destroy the film entirely, it's just that I feel in many regards it's not worthy of the level of brilliance and expectation that its reputation comes with.
The lead character has little in the way of an arc and although I will agree that the lead performance is excellent, it's a shame there's so little for him to do.
There is little character growth, he just seems to go through set scenes that are unfortunately predictable and without drive.
Intellectual film watchers may watch this film and gaze in wonder at the parables and symbols in this film but I found them awkward and clumsy and the plot only half-explored, as if the director is afraid to create some sort of dramatic tension.
Hendrik's affair and story with the black dancer in this film holds a lot of possibilities and could be used to investigate deeper motivations in Hendrik Hoefger and Nazi Germany at large, yet is brutally under-utilized and washes by seemingly without much of a thought.
The problem I feel is that although it does tick many of the boxes for being a smart and intelligent film, it seems to tick these boxes so deliberately as to feel cold.
Most of the time the film seems to run through a mental check-list of what respectable cinema should be and although, yes smarts in film is a good thing and should be brought to the table as much as possible, Mephisto seems to have forgotten to bring drive to the story and so it seems to drag out far longer than necessary.
I really wish I could like this film but there's too much lacking for me, it just seems too pompous and convinced of its own self-worth for it's own good.
I originally saw this film in theaters when it came out, and enjoyed it greatly. A few years later, I saw a dubbed version and was very disappointed.
Hoefgen's voice had been dubbed by someone who injected an arch and sarcastic tone, whereas in the original German version, his voice sounded so simple and innocent.
And, of course, the Mephisto sequences lost a great deal in translation. To be brief, the contrast between Hoefgen's ready protestations of innocence, and the evil that he is supporting are meant to make us ask how we can judge the quality of a man's actions.
If we cannot rely on our impression of his honesty, then we must use the consequences of the actions as our yardstick. It may not be coincidence that this study of an actor's facile slide into fascism came out early in the Reagan administration.
Reagan professed his astonishment over Iran-Contra, protestations that were laughable, as he had all but announced what his government was doing.
His act wore thin, but not before it reduced the American presidency to a joke; how else can one explain the reelection of Bush II, all hat and no brains, to a job for which he has proved himself incompetent on a daily basis?
Its main character, the young actor Hendrik Höfgen, making his career away from the provincial stage, inevitably becomes involved in the turbulent political developments of the times.
The film is an elaborate work of art and, at the same time, a powerful study of ambition, compromise, pragmatism and self-delusion.
Mephisto is disquieting, ironic movie. Its star is Klaus Brandauer, who plays Henrik Hoefgen, a German actor slumming it in Hamburg in the s, and dreaming of stardom just as the Nazis come to power.
His moral challenge is obvious: to resist the Nazis, or work within the system? Brandauer is fabulous through the movie's twists and turns, and though occasionally clumsy, manages to convey Hendrik's timidity, self-deception, pride and guilt as he moves through a violent and chaotic world.
The movie is based on Klaus Mann's novel of the same title. Mann was part of a literary dynasty.
Thomas always felt aloof from politics, ensconced in the purer regions of art and culture. Heinrich was a satirist, who believed that art must contribute to the betterment of society, and that it could not avoid being political.
Their debate continued into the Nazi era, though to say how their minds changed would spoil this film. A scene early in the movie, when the Hitler Youth meet in the street, looks and sounds like a sick parody of Riefenstahl.
This will always be a timely film, and certainly earned its Oscar. There is, however, an essential difference between the treatment in the book and in the movie of the same material: the character and behavior of the actor Gustaf Gründgens, the ex- husband of Klaus' sister Erika.
Gustaf Gründgens had only one obsession: acting, to become the best actor and that at all costs.
For the literary critic M. Reich- Ranicki, Gustaf Gründgens was indeed the best German actor of the 20th century. He excelled in the role of Mephistopheles in Goethe's Faust see the movie 'Faust' shot by his adopted son Peter Gorski — one caveat: no subtitles.
The novel and the movie Klaus Mann's novel is basically a sharply defined portrait and an attack on of his brother-in-law, the overambitious theater man.
In order to fulfill his ambitions, G. But, the movie goes one step further. The actor, Gustaf Gründgens, serves as a means to dissect a cardinal human problem: the relationship between art and power politics.
The movie illustrates eminently that an artist art should not play the role of an innocent human being in a society full of bloodshed.
An artist actor should not collaborate naively with culture barbarians 'When I hear the word culture, I reach for my revolver'. In any case, for those culture barbarians artists actors should only play the part of their negligible foot soldiers, which can be 'crushed like beetles' 'Get out, actor!
Klaus Maria Brandauer plays perfectly the 'two' Mephistopheles, the 'immoral' character in Goethe's Faust and the 'innocent' political collaborator.
He is surrounded by a splendidly directed great cast. This movie, which tackles head on the role of art movies itself, is a must see for all lovers of world cinema.
He gets noticed when he moves to the big time in Berlin. It is the s, and Hitler and the Nazis have just come to power. He must make choices which become a Faustian bargain, as the saying goes.
One fellow actor is taken away and shot, and he is told that his friend died in a car accident, and another dies in a convenient suicide.
As the world changes rapidly around him, Hendrik learns to play the game and adapt to the new regime. He repeatedly claims to only be an artist, without any interest in politics, however, he has to bow down to the new prime minister, who just so happens to also be a general.
He is made the director of a theater and told to produce plays with positive German heritage, and no more French farces, or other inferior foreign material.
He does sell out and he is rewarded with a comfortable lifestyle. Brandauer is tremendous, and in just about every scene. The matter of fact acceptance by most of the people to the new Nazi regime is subtle and terrifying.
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Won 1 Oscar. Hendrik Höfgen Krystyna Janda Nicoletta von Niebuhr Rolf Hoppe Otto Ulrichs Karin Boyd Juliette Martens Christine HarbortContact High essen Seele auf. Als Höfgen in Die Rebellen Vom Liang Shan Po Stream seine ehemaligen Gönner trifft, merkt er, dass seine einstigen Freunde gegen ihn sind. Doch es ist eine eminent politische Zeit, Kino Streaming Seiten der dieser Komödiant lebt und arbeitet. FSK 12 . Christine Harbort. Weitere Film-News. Regie-Assistenz Mara Luttor. Klaus Maria Brandauer. György Cserhalmi.
Mephisto 1981 InhaltsverzeichnisSie hat den Plan gefasst, Deutschland den Rücken zu kehren, und möchte auch ihn für ihre Emigrationspläne gewinnen. Beiden geht es vielmehr um die Charakterstudie eines vom Ehrgeiz besessenen Mannes, der sich seinen Erfolg mit opportunistischer Anpassung an die Macht erkauft. Schon eher helfen Beziehungen und Freundschaften, an die man Die Tribute Von Panem 3 Teil 2 Stream wieder erinnert. Jetzt streamen:. Kamera Lajos Koltai. Er ist der Überzeugung, dass man sich schmutzig macht, wenn man sich mit Leuten abgibt, die sich der nationalsozialistischen Richtung verschrieben haben. Der blaue Engel. Oscar, Bester ausländischer Film. Christian Grashof.
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How did you buy your ticket? Movie Info. Hendrik Hoefgen Klaus Maria Brandauer craves center stage. After years spent slogging it out in provincial theaters, he's grown sufficiently desperate that when the Nazi party effectively offers to make him a star, he doesn't hesitate.
Great roles and plenty of praise accumulate quickly, and Hendrik revels in his success. He dreams of ultimately playing Mephisto, and to that end blithely overlooks the profound moral compromises of his situation.
Manfred Durniok. Jul 19, Klaus Maria Brandauer Hendrik Hoefgen. Krystyna Janda Barbara Bruckner. Karin Boyd Juliette Martens.
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February 28, Rating: B Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jul 30, An interesting exploration of how an actor can change his mind about political interests based upon the pursuit of fame, national identity and success.
Not sure if the ending was an ending but I can see what they hoped to achieve. The film is less stage and more his personal life and standing. Alexander C Super Reviewer.
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Edit Did You Know? Trivia Based on the novel "Mephisto" by Klaus Mann , which obviously portrays his former brother-in-law Gustaf Gründgens.
Therefore, it was banned in Germany until Quotes Hendrik Hoefgen : What do they want from me now? After all, I am just an actor.
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