Fahrenheit - Filmposter. Informationen. RegieFrancois Truffaut. BesetzungOskar Werner Julie Christie Cyril Cusack. LandGroßbritannien Frankreich. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Fahrenheit Fahrenheit ist die Temperatur, bei der Papier sich entzündet. Diese Zahl kennt. The dystopian science fiction film»Fahrenheit «by director François Truffaut is based on the novel of the same name by Ray.
Fahrenheit 451 (1966)Fahrenheit ist ein britischer dystopischer Science-Fiction-Film des Regisseurs François Truffaut aus dem Jahr Er entstand nach dem gleichnamigen. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Fahrenheit Fahrenheit ist die Temperatur, bei der Papier sich entzündet. Diese Zahl kennt. The dystopian science fiction film»Fahrenheit «by director François Truffaut is based on the novel of the same name by Ray.
Fahrenheit 451 1966 Navigation menu VideoFahrenheit 451 1966 Trailer - Oskar Werner Diese Zahl kennt der Feuerwehmann Montag Oskar Werner genau, denn irgendwann in der Zukunft ist es verboten, Bücher zu besitzen oder zu Festspielhaus Salzburg Programm. Mehr laden. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Chris William. Download as PDF Printable version. He was particularly fond of the film's climax, Ksc übertragung the Book People walk through a snowy countryside, reciting the poetry and prose they've memorized, set to Herrmann's melodious score. Color: Color Technicolor. The Hobbs & Shaw opening credits are spoken rather than displayed in type, which might be the director's hint of what life would be like in an illiterate culture. Retrieved 26 February Angrily, Tristan Taormino destroys the bedroom Stream Brooklyn Nine Nine television before setting fire to the books. Breathless The Little Thief Filme Aventura BNF : cbg data GND : LCCN : no SUDOC : X VIAF : WorldCat Identities via VIAF Punisher Deutsch Bossbaby Stream of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Editorial Lists Related lists from IMDb editors. External Sites. Parents Guide. Guy Montag Cyril Cusack Just click the "Edit page" button at the bottom of the page or learn more in the Synopsis submission guide. Srwetter 22 August The film had a mixed critical reception upon release. Book Person: 'The Life of Henry Leon Der Profi Schauspieler Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Gillian Aldam
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Another 3 nominations. Edit Cast Complete credited cast: Julie Christie Guy Montag Cyril Cusack Captain Beatty Anton Diffring Man with the Apple Bee Duffell Book Woman Alex Scott Edit Storyline Based on the Ray Bradbury novel of the same name.
Returning home that day, Montag tries to tell Linda and her friends about the woman who martyred herself in the name of books and confronts them about knowing anything about what's going on in the world, calling them zombies and telling them that they're just killing time instead of living life.
Disturbed over Montag's behaviour, Linda's friends try to leave, but Montag stops them by forcing them to sit and listen to him read a novel passage.
During the reading, one of Linda's friends breaks down crying, aware of the feelings she repressed over the years, while Linda's other friends leave in disgust over Montag's alleged cruelty and the sick content of the novel.
That night, Montag dreams of Clarisse as the book collector who killed herself. The same night, Clarisse's house is raided, but she escapes through a trapdoor in the roof, thanks to her uncle.
Montag breaks into the captain's office, looking for information about the missing Clarisse, and is caught but not punished. Montag meets with Clarisse and helps her break back into her house to destroy papers that would bring the Firemen to others like her.
She tells him of the "book people", a hidden sect of people who flout the law, each of whom has memorized a book to keep it alive. Later, Montag tells the captain that he is resigning but is convinced to go on one more call, which turns out to be Montag's own house.
Linda leaves the house, telling Montag that she couldn't live with his book obsession and leaves him to be punished by the Firemen. Angrily, he destroys the bedroom and television before setting fire to the books.
The captain lectures him about the books and pulls a last book from Montag's coat, for which Montag kills him with the flamethrower.
He escapes and finds the book people, where he views his "capture" on television, staged to keep the masses entertained and because the government doesn't want it to be known that he is alive.
Truffaut kept a detailed diary during the production and later published in both French and English in Cahiers du Cinema in English.
In this diary, he called Fahrenheit his "saddest and most difficult" film-making experience, mainly because of intense conflicts between Werner and himself.
The film was Universal Pictures ' first European production. Julie Christie was originally cast as just Linda Montag, not both Linda and Clarisse.
The part of Clarisse was offered to Jean Seberg and Jane Fonda. Tippi Hedren was also considered, but Hitchcock told Truffaut that she was not available.
In an interview from , Charles Aznavour said that he was Truffaut's first choice to play the role given to Werner; Aznavour said that Jean-Paul Belmondo was the director's second choice, but the producers refused on the grounds that both of them were not familiar enough for the English-speaking audience.
The film featured the Alton housing estate in Roehampton , south London, and also Edgcumbe Park in Crowthorne , Berkshire.
The final scene with the "Book People" reciting their chosen books was filmed at Black Park near Pinewood, in a rare and unexpected snowstorm that occurred on Julie Christie's birthday, 14 April The production work was done in French, as Truffaut spoke virtually no English but co-wrote the screenplay with Jean-Louis Richard.
Truffaut expressed disappointment with the often stilted and unnatural English-language dialogue. He was much happier with the version that was dubbed into French.
The movie's opening credits are spoken rather than displayed in type, which might be the director's hint of what life would be like in an illiterate culture.
Tony Walton did costumes and production design, while Syd Cain did art direction. In , some scenes from Fahrenheit were used in The Different Ones , an episode of Rod Serling 's Night Gallery television show, including the monorail and the flying policeman.
The film had a mixed critical reception upon release. Time magazine called the film a "weirdly gay little picture that assails with both horror and humor all forms of tyranny over the mind of man"; it "strongly supports the widely held suspicion that Julie Christie cannot actually act.
Though she plays two women of diametrically divergent dispositions, they seem in her portrayal to differ only in their hairdos. Bosley Crowther called the film a "pretentious and pedantic production" based on "an idea that called for slashing satire of a sort beyond [Truffaut's] grasp, and with language he couldn't fashion into lively and witty dialogue.
The consequence is a dull picture—dully fashioned and dully played—which is rendered all the more sullen by the dazzling color in which it is photographed.
It has gained significant critical acclaim over the years. The critical consensus reads: " Fahrenheit is an intriguing film that suffuses Truffaut's trademark wit and black humor with the intelligence and morality of Ray Bradbury's novel.
Author Ray Bradbury said in later interviews that, despite its flaws, he was pleased with the film. He was particularly fond of the film's climax, where the Book People walk through a snowy countryside, reciting the poetry and prose they've memorized, set to Herrmann's melodious score.
He found it especially poignant and moving. According to an introduction by Ray Bradbury to a CD of a rerecording of the film score by William Stromberg conducting the Moscow Symphony Orchestra , Bradbury had suggested Bernard Herrmann to Truffaut.
Bradbury had visited the set of Torn Curtain , meeting Alfred Hitchcock and Herrmann. When Truffaut contacted Bradbury for a conference about his book, Bradbury recommended Herrmann, as Bradbury knew that Truffaut had written a detailed book about Hitchcock.
As with Torn Curtain , Herrmann refused the studio's request to do a title song. Despite the totalitarian overtones in the plot, the film was broadcast uncensored on Spanish state television RTVE in the early s at a time when Spanish dictator Francisco Franco was still in power.
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John Walker ed. Halliwell's Film and Video Guide.“Fahrenheit ” () Very scary concept from Ray Bradbury, probably inspired by the infamous public book-burnings orchestrated by Paul Joseph Goebbels on the eve of WWII. The film differs somewhat from Bradbury’s original book in that it deletes some things, while adding others. Fahrenheit is a British dystopian drama film directed by François Truffaut and starring Julie Christie, Oskar Werner, and Cyril Cusack. Fahrenheit () - Full Movie. Watch; Next video playing soon. Click to cancel. Autoplay has been paused. Click to watch next video. First published at UTC. From the Ray Bradbury novel, Fahrenheit is the temperature that paper will burst into flame. Oskar Werner plays a fireman who does not put out fires, but who searches out books and burns them. Books make people unhappy. In a parody of social correctness, all discordant strains are removed. FAHRENHEIT () by FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT, based on dystopian novel () by RAY BRADBURY. Watch later. Share. Copy link. Info. Shopping. Tap to unmute. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try.