Film “Afire”. Evaluations and Movie Trailer.

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MOVIE DESCRIPTION
Self-most essential author Leon joins his simplest friend on a summer time vacation conclude to the Baltic Sea to entire his sleek. After they arrive, they safe their dwelling is already occupied by a carefree lady who challenges Leon to open up. Meanwhile, woodland wildfires rage spherical them and impending catastrophe looms.

MOVIE TRAILER

YEAR
2023

ORIGINAL LANGUAGE
de,

PRODUCTION COUNTRY
Germany

PRODUCTION COMPANIES
Schramm Film,ZDF,ZDF/Arte,The Match Manufacturing facility

CAST

  • Leon: Thomas Schubert
  • Nadja: Paula Beer
  • Felix: Langston Uibel
  • Devid: Enno Trebs
  • Helmut: Matthias Brandt
  • Mrs. Roland, Cashier: Jennipher Antoni
  • Police Officer: Ralph Barnebeck
  • Mrs. König, Resort Manager: Esther Esche
  • Male Nurse: Mario Fürstenberg
  • Nurse: Assunta Hamm
  • Pathologist: Markus Schweiger
  • Police Officer: Sven Tarnowski

CREW

  • Creator: Christian Petzold
  • Producer: Florian Koerner von Gustorf
  • Producer: Michael Weber
  • Director of Pictures: Hans Fromm
  • Sound Designer: Bettina Böhler
  • In Memory Of: Simone Bär
  • Manufacturing Form: Klaus-Dieter Gruber
  • Manufacturing Manager: Dorissa Berninger
  • Foley Recordist: Detlef A. Schitto
  • Costume Form: Katharina Ost
  • Script Supervisor: Frederic Moriette
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Lars Ginzel
  • Commissioning Editor: Caroline von Senden
  • Quiet Photographer: Christian Schulz
  • Residing Scout: Volker Sattel
  • Foley Artist: Martin Langenbach
  • Commissioning Editor: Claudia Tronnier
  • Colorist: Bertrand Glosset
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Adrian Baumeister
  • Colorist: Gregor Pfüller
  • Sound Designer: Dominik Schleier
  • Gaffer: Christoph Dehmel-Osterloh
  • Special Outcomes Supervisor: Björn Friese
  • Sound Mixer: Andreas Mücke-Niesytka
  • ADR Editor: Johanna Wienert
  • Commissioning Editor: Simon Ofenloch
  • Assistant Director: Ires Jung
  • Assistant Editor: Karen Kramatschek
  • Express Decoration: Felicity Supreme
  • Foley Mixer: Christoph Oertel
  • 3D Artist: Fenya Troch
  • Art Course: Petra Ringleb
  • Producer: Anton Kaiser
  • Dialogue Editor: Marek Forreiter
  • Digital Compositor: Daniel Binder
  • Foley Editor: Johannes Krause
  • Title Designer: Toby Cornish
  • Unit Manager: Matthias Ruppelt
  • Key Grip: Markus Schweiger
  • First Assistant Camera: Florian Trautmann
  • ADR Recordist: Benjamin Schäfer
  • Digital Compositor: Josef Risling
  • Makeup Artist: Hannah Fischleder
  • Visible Outcomes Producer: Giulia Solia
  • Visible Outcomes Coordinator: Clara Martinez
  • Casting Assistant: Annafrancesca Ottila Boffa
  • Digital Intermediate Editor: Jacqueline Vogt
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3 comments

  1. In a vacation dwelling on the Baltic Sea no longer a long way from Ahrenshoop in sizzling, dry summer four younger persons meet. There is a forest fire and slowly and unnoticeably they’re enclosed by the partitions of flame. Trapped they discover nearer, after which the desire, love and sex overtakes them.

  2. Fire is a force that can atomize and devastate, alternatively it’s also one thar can cleanse, sweeping away what’s of questionable worth in order to particular home for strong, full of life, valued unusual development. And, in most cases, it goes to murder both concurrently, as demonstrated in author-director Christian Petzold’s most up-to-date, a searing drama/wry comedy about four historical/newfound chums who are unwittingly drawn collectively at a summer home come the Baltic seacoast. Their time collectively proves revelatory, nerve-racking and enlightening, in fragment in consequence of their interactions, the disclosures that advance out of those relationships, and the looming threat of ravaging forest fires that threaten them and their existence, both actually and metaphorically. The movie is a slowburn in every sense of the word, specifically on the outset, with a considerably cryptic narrative that appears slightly meandering at situations, but that objects the stage for what’s to expend in the encourage half of. The image therefore items a witty but profoundly insightful examination of what makes us who we are, how worthy we expertise or endure our lives, and what we are going to be able to murder to provide it higher for ourselves when we discover rid of what no longer serves us. In quite loads of respects, “Afire” can also very well be no longer what most viewers will demand, but, then, that’s a giant fragment of its enchantment, a refreshing, enticing designate at existence and what we produce of it, a precious converse given how all of a sudden it goes to all be taken away, leaving us to position a quiz to ourselves, what did we murder with the time we had and became once it indeed worth it in the pause? Give this one time to unfold, and let it sink in. It would perhaps presumably permit you to designate and predicament extra about your self than you may presumably presumably also presumably agree with.

  3. “Leon” (Thomas Schubert) and his honest appropriate friend “Felix” (Langston Uibel) head to a remote rural cottage come the Baltic flit so the extinct man can put the ending touches to his novel before a hotfoot to from his creator (Matthias Brandt). They near, though, and note that “Nadja” (Paula Beer) is already staying – and this upsets the apple cart moderately. “Leon” expeditiously turns into obsessed – and that handiest gets worse when her nocturnal actions with existence guard “Devid” (Enno Trebs) and some wafer skinny partitions force him to sleep in the garden amongst the mosquitoes. What now ensues is terribly an intricately constructed observational presentation that appears to be on the evolving dynamic between the four – and it would no longer pan out as you may presumably presumably demand, specifically once it turns into particular that his most up-to-date literary work is no one’s thought of a magnum opus. The characterisations right here compile a fluidity to them that makes for somewhat an enticing see. None of them would perhaps presumably ever be described as shapely – in any classical sense – so the story is much extra about their traits, flaws and foibles than about their appears to be. That works as much as a level, but there became once too worthy lacking from the puzzle for me to basically procure myself engaged with any of them. The closing twenty minutes – home amidst some deadly forest fires – became once rushed and regarded as if it would perhaps presumably me indicative that “Leon” wasn’t the glorious one who’d suffered from a author’s block! The photography is effectively intimate at situations but at diverse situations we look honest appropriate too many shots walking to and from the seaside (and the constant buzzing of the mozzies bought on my nerves moderately, too, after a whereas!). I did somewhat expertise this, but by some skill it honest appropriate lacked substance before a conclusion that honest appropriate regarded as if it’d be unnecessarily irascible. Give it a hotfoot, though…

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