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Nadav Lapid
F/Israel/D, 2019
Features, 123min, OmeU

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Synonymes (OmeU)

Nadav Lapid
F/Israel/D, 2019
Features, 123min, OmeU

So
03
Nov
12:30
Gartenbaukino
Mit: 
Tom Mercier
Yoav
Quentin Dolmaire
Emile
Louise Chevilotte
Caroline
Drehbuch: 
Nadav Lapid
Haïm Lapid
Ton: 
Marina Kertész
Sandy Notarianni
Christophe Vingtrinier
Kamera: 
Shaï Goldman
Schnitt: 
Era Lapid
François Gédigier
Neta Braun
Ausstattung: 
Pascale Consigny
Kostüm: 
Khadija Zeggaï

Produktion: 
SBS Films
Pie Films
Komplizen Film
Weltvertrieb: 
SBS International
Format: 
DCP
Farbe

Der junge Israeli Yoav kommt ins winterliche Paris und erfriert fast noch in der ersten Nacht. Seiner Kleider beraubt, schläft er nackt in der Badewanne einer ungeheizten, leeren Wohnung ein, doch gerade noch rechtzeitig findet ihn das bourgeoise Pärchen aus der Nachbarwohnung, Emile und Carolin. Für Yoav ist es eine Art Wiedergeburt: Der junge Mann, nach dem Militärdienst aus seiner Heimat geflohen, möchte raus aus seiner israelischen Identität. Absichtsvoll gegen herkömmliche Erzählkonventionen inszeniert, in oft grotesken, gleichsam kubistisch angeordneten Episoden, erzählt Lapid davon, was es heißt, ein Exilant zu sein. (Barbara Schweizerhof)

In Anwesenheit von Tom Mercier.

 

Yoav arrives in Paris from Israel to stop being an Israeli and become completely French. After taking a bath in the empty apartment where he stays for a day and discovering all his belongings have been stolen, the tale is morphs into a private odyssey from then onwards, in which he tries to stop being naked at many different levels. A similar intuition structures Lapid’s three fiction films: The State of Israel’s violence fiercely determines intimacy; it is a virus, a curse, a programming of the subconscious that strips all individuals of their liberty. simply follows the attempts of a traumatized soldier to abandon his Israeli being. As he’s Hebrew and to stop being Israeli, he forces himself to speak in French and think in that language. It’s an ontological method. Following that general premise, he meets two other youths the same age, looks for a job in the security field, and undertakes a mandatory course to get French citizenship. This brave deconstruction of first Israeli nationalism and then that of the French is like a blow straight to the chest – as literally happens in the final shot – a deconstruction of the hypocrisy in these two states with racist tendencies and the resultant political and police culture. (Roger Koza)

In the presence of Tom Mercier.

 

Nadav Lapid: KVISH (2005), LA PETITE AMIE D’EMILE (2006), POLICEMAN (2011), FOOTSTEPS IN JERUSALEM (2013), THE KINDERGARDEN TEACHER (2014), LAMA (2015, K), THE DIARY OF A WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER (2016)