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Saal
Mo, 16.08
19:00
Spielfilm

TRAINSPOTTING

Danny Boyle, GB, 1996
93 min., OmdU
#de Ein Meilenstein. Oft kopiert, aber nie erreicht. Der Kultfilm für das Anti-Establishment schlechthin. Ein phantastisch, humoreskes Drogen-Drama. Ein düster-berauschendes, schmutziges Meisterwerk. Schockierend und unterhaltsam. Mit einem Soundtrack von Iggy Pop, Blur, Pulp, Lou Reed. Choose life! 6

#en “Take the best orgasm you ever had, multiply it by a thousand and you’re still nowhere near it.” That testimonial to heroin comes from Renton, the film’s nihilistic anti-hero, played by 25-year-old Ewan McGregor, who gives a mesmerizing, maliciously funny performance. Trainspotting is that rare movie that owns up to the euphoria of drugs as well as their risks. “Without the pleasure, we wouldn’t do it,” says Renton. “After all, we’re not fucking stupid.” Exuberant and pitiless, profane yet eloquent, flush with the ability to create laughter out of unspeakable situations, Trainspotting is a drop-dead look at a dead-end lifestyle that has all the strength of its considerable contradictions.
Saal
Mo, 16.08
21:00
Spielfilm

MISHIMA: A LIFE IN FOUR CHAPTERS

Paul Schrader, US, JP, 1985
120 min., OmdU
#de Yukio Mishima war Künstler, Schriftsteller und (fast) Revolutionär, der sich im Jahr 1970 mittels Seppuku das Leben nahm. Teile aus seinem Leben werden immer wieder mit verfilmten Szenen aus seinen literarischen Werken verbunden, untermalt mit der herausragenden Musik von Philip Glass.

#en Paul Schrader’s cinematic collage of the Japanese writer Yukio Mishima’s life and work, is one of the most gorgeous and sophisticated portraits of an artist ever put on film. Bisexual, sadomasochistic, and increasingly devoted to Japan’s warrior codes and feudal glories, Mishima bends both his words and his flesh to the power of his imagination. He juggles a hyperrealistic account of Mishima’s final day on earth. Mishima resolves his search for an impossible harmony of art, life, and politics in a lunatic act of public rebellion followed by ritual suicide. His story has enormous vitality, and this movie, a work of art in its own right, is a beauty.

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