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Marriage Story

Noah Baumbach
USA 2019
137min
V'19

Eben noch sitzen Nicole und Charlie beim Mediator, um die Scheidung gütlich zu regeln, nicht zuletzt des gemeinsamen Kindes wegen. Doch kann man sich je wirklich im Guten trennen? Ein paar Filmmomente später ist Nicole zur Mutter nach Los Angeles gezogen, und es beginnt das schmerzhafte Ringen um Besuchszeiten, ums Geld, um die Deutungshoheit über das, was passiert ist. Noah Baumbach macht aus seinen Referenzen – Ingmar Bergman, Woody Allen, KRAMER VS KRAMER – keinen Hehl, während er seiner Trennungsgeschichte mit kalkulierter Dramaturgie eine Normalität verleiht, die sie absolut modern, zeitgemäß und trotz vieler komischer Momente nie überspitzt erscheinen lässt. (Barbara Schweizerhof)

Am 29. Oktober: Kaffee und Frühstück jeweils ab 5.30 Uhr!

 

Noah Baumbach’s new film begins with a young couple musing fondly on each other’s best points – a montage that feels sentimentally cosy until we realise that this ideal pair are actually deep into an acrimonious break-up. Nicole is an actress who has turned her back on Hollywood to work in New York with her husband, theatre director Charlie. Now she is returning to Los Angeles, and the differences between the couples, and the lifestyles of the East and West coasts, are tearing them apart – as is the American way of divorce.
At once witty, insightful, and acutely painful, this beautifully observed piece is Baumbach’s most substantial and adult work to date. It is magnificently acted by the leads, while a superb support cast features Julie Hagerty as Nicole’s neurotic mother, Wallace Shawn as a narcissistic actor, and a trenchantly funny trio playing three very different types of attorney: touchy-feely but ruthless (Laura Dern), Terminator-ish (Ray Liotta), avuncular and philosophical (Alan Alda). You will laugh, you will certainly cry, and you will gasp at Driver’s emotionally note-perfect rendition of Steven Sondheim’s “Being Alive”. (Jonathan Romney)

On October 29th: Coffee and breakfast at 5:30am!

Credits
  • Scarlett Johansson - Nicole
  • Adam Driver - Charlie
  • Laura Dern - Nora
  • Alan Alda - Bert Spitz
  • Ray Liotta - Jay
  • Julie Hagerty - Sandra
  • Noah Baumbach
  • Lisa Piñero
  • Christopher Scarabosio
  • Robbie Ryan
  • Jennifer Lame
  • Randy Newman
  • Jade Healy
  • Mark Bridges
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