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Weekend 2011

Dieses Wochenende wirst du nicht vergessen: Freitagnacht im Club. Russell ist auf der Suche - Blicke, Drinks, tanzen, cruisen - und kurz bevor das Licht angeht,​. Von Andrew Haigh. Mit Tom Cullen, Chris New, Jonathan Race, Laura Freeman, Loretto Murray und Jonathan Wright. Großbritannien | 93 Minuten. Regie: Andrew Haigh. Kommentieren. Teilen. Zwei grundverschiedene Männer lernen sich in Nottingham kennen und lieben.

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Russells macht sich auf den Weg in die nächste Schwulendisco. Dort wird er vom hübschen Glen angemacht, der ihn jedoch abblitzen lässt. Am nächsten Morgen wird klar, dass es doch Glen war, mit dem er schliesslich nach Hause ist. Glen kündigt an. Weekend ist ein britisches Drama des Regisseurs Andrew Haigh aus dem Jahr Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2 Veröffentlichungen; 3 Kritik. Weekend () [OmU]. ()1 Std. 32 MinX-Ray In eindrucksvollen Bildern und mit zwei charmanten, natürlichen Hauptdarstellern gelingt Andrew. Weekend (). Britische Gay-Romanze: Russel sehnt sich nach der großen Liebe, Glen hingegen hat keine Lust auf Beziehung. Trotdem trifft er sich nach. Weekend (). GB, FilmDramaRomanze. Für zwei grundverschiedene Männer stellt sich nach einer gemeinsam verbrachten Nacht plötzlich die Frage. Großbritannien | 93 Minuten. Regie: Andrew Haigh. Kommentieren. Teilen. Zwei grundverschiedene Männer lernen sich in Nottingham kennen und lieben. Thematik: schwul. Drama/ Liebesfilm (UK) Laufzeit: 1h 34min. Kinostart: ​11 OmU | FSK CAST Tom Cullen (Russell) ♂♂ Chris New (Glen) ♂♂.

Weekend 2011

Dieses Wochenende wirst du nicht vergessen: Freitagnacht im Club. Russell ist auf der Suche - Blicke, Drinks, tanzen, cruisen - und kurz bevor das Licht angeht,​. Weekend (). Minuten. Independent. Zur Wunschliste hinzufügen​. In deiner Sprache sind weder Audio noch Untertitel verfügbar. Audio ist auf. Weekend (). GB, FilmDramaRomanze. Für zwei grundverschiedene Männer stellt sich nach einer gemeinsam verbrachten Nacht plötzlich die Frage. Unter anderem erzählt Russell, dass er seine Eltern nicht kennt, da er ein Waisenkind ist. Und er Familien Duell wundervoll. Sie lernen sich kennen, erzählen sich intime Dinge, streiten und schlafen miteinander. Alle Filmdaten Jury LetS Dance. Während eines Wochenendes reden und streiten sie sich über ihre unterschiedlichen Vorstellungen vom Leben als Homosexueller und vom Glück. August wurde der Film auf DVD veröffentlicht.

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VBT 2011 Weekend Halbfinale RR gegen 3Plussss Und er ist wundervoll. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Trotzdem führt die Spur nicht in die Irre. Es weht ein Hauch von Nouvelle Vague durch den Spielfilm, in dem Tv Programm Sport1 Liebende ein Wochenende lang miteinander schlafen und reden, reden, reden. Ich habe bereits ein Benutzerkonto. Glen gibt Russell das Tape mit seiner Aufnahme zurück. Russel Crow Titel. Am Eine wehmütige und zärtliche Liebesgeschichte, in der die Kamera das Paar ohne Scheu und ohne ihm aufdringlich auf den Leib zu rücken beobachtet. E-Mail Adresse:.

It's very unusual or just too realistic. I don't know how to describe it but it's very touching, although the conversations were extremely explicit, it revealed more chemistry between the two characters.

Sylvester K Super Reviewer. Jan 01, I've heard that "Weekend" is an honest portrayal of a homosexual hookup - I'll have to take the "experts" word for it, having never encountered one myself, however I will say that in regards to ANY relationship this film is indeed an honest portrayal of that mystery of first encounter.

As the crisp dialog of writer director Andrew Haigh so succinctly puts it, "that first meeting is like a blank page, and you write on it with how you want to be perceived".

Yep, there's plenty of truth in that statement, regardless of your sexual orientation, and indeed, the writing here is solid throughout, as are the performances of what essentially becomes a two person play with peripheral characters added.

Both Tom Cullen and Chris New are so very natural in their performances as two gay men who hook up in a bar one night, spend much of the next morning talking deep topics, and then decide to meet again that night.

Much is conveyed in this one weekend and one can say that one life was changed and with the second While gay topics are discussed here and a warning, there are gay "situations" shown, so if you're homophobic The questions asked in the film and its almost poetic story arc are deep and sincere, and while I give Haigh the writer full marks, while Haigh the director, well, not so much in spite of creating an environment where the camera often seems to be a fly on the wall, simply a witness to what happens.

Haigh nicely shoots around and through things - for example shooting between two bodies in a bar as we listen in to a conversation; or the climatic scene where the camera is behind a chain link fence adding a feeling, not only of realism, but of the characters being, for lack of a better term: trapped.

These scenes show a deft artfulness which makes the terrible editing all the more jarring. No dissolves or fades, just quick cut from scene to scene.

This could be budgetary, but could just as likely have been a "creative" choice to appear "artsy" - in any event, it's jarring and plain and simple takes you right out of "being there" within the film.

The same holds true for the sound track - while being uber natural, it came as a big distraction that much of the words during an important scene were buried beneath the crinkle of a candy bar wrapper.

Similarly there is another scene where the script is rendered all but unintelligible by the fact that New is speaking while his face and mouth are partially buried in a pillow - making for a nice visual, but losing the import of the words is not a fair trade off.

However, Haight does an admirable job of letting you feel what Cullen is going through; an orphan who, in spite of having straight friends, feels out of step with the world around him, and oft times painfully alone.

That he opens himself to New is deftly handled - and the wonder and fear of love, with all of its possibilities is on raw display and therefore a worthwhile view.

Oct 20, A brutally honest, revelatory film about two strangers and the effect they have on each other lives over a span of 48 hours.

It's the most beautiful film about two strangers, I think. The two leads Tom Cullen and Chris New are superb here, and their chemistry is what works best.

Whether the viewer is straight, bi, or gay, they will connect with the characters in some profound way. The film will linger after the first viewing; if you have ever met someone who has changed your life within a few days, you will relate to this film.

Weekend, is sensationally acted, beautifully realized and full of honesty and mostly concerned with something one might not expect, the human heart.

Raymond W Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Glen: Look, straight people like us as long as we conform, behave by their little rules.

Imagine your friends, if you suddenly started getting all really political about being a fag or you got suddenly like camp or swishy or talked about rimming all the time.

Russell: Yeah, but that's not what i' m like, is it? That's not who i am. Glen: Well, trust me they like it, as long as we don't shove it down their throats.

Russell: OK, well, why should i just shove it down their throats? Glen: Because they shove it down our throats all the time, being straight But, oh, the gays, the gays Shh, watch out, the straights are coming.

Let's not upset them, let's hide in our little ghettos, let's not hold hands, let's not kiss in the street, no. Russell: Dad?

I got something I need to tell you. Glen: [pretending to be Russell's dad] What's that? Russell: I'm gay. Glen: [pretends to think] Hmm.

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Rate This. After a drunken house party with his straight mates, Russell heads out to a gay club. Director: Andrew Haigh. Writer: Andrew Haigh.

Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Stars of the s, Then and Now. I'm here, I'm queer. Glen tells him this is for an art project.

The more reserved Russell is taken aback by Glen's blunt discussion of sex. After Russell finishes, they exchange numbers and Glen leaves.

Russell is shown writing about Glen on his laptop, evidently something he does after each of his encounters. Russell, who works as a lifeguard, spends a lonely morning at the pool, at one point intently watching a gay couple interact.

He texts Glen, who agrees to meet. The two begin to learn about each other's careers, their aspirations, and even share a bicycle ride back to Russell's flat, where they continue to discover more about each other's pasts.

Glen explains that his art project seeks to explore the gap between who people truly are and who they want to be, as demonstrated by the personas they take on when hooking up with someone new for the first time.

Russell reveals that he never came out to his parents because he doesn't know who they are; he grew up in a series of foster homes with his best friend Jamie.

Growing closer after their conversation, they have sex. About to leave, Glen then discloses that he had been planning to move to Oregon the next day to attend a two-year art course.

Both are visibly upset, but stay affectionate. On a whim, Glen invites him to his goodbye party at a straight bar that night, and later Russell decides to go.

While Glen is getting into an argument about heteronormativity with the bar owner, Russell chats with Jill, Glen's friend and flatmate.

She first tells Russell that she never got to listen to his recording; Glen had let her listen to all of his others. She then confides in Russell that she and her friends don't expect Glen to follow through with his trip to America, to the point that they've started a bet.

She also discloses that Glen had been in a relationship with someone named John, who cheated on Glen repeatedly and was attacked at a park shortly before the relationship ended.

Since then, Glen has said he "doesn't do boyfriends. Russell and Glen leave the bar, ditching Glen's friends, and head to a nearby carnival.

Glen admits he's excited to leave, as he feels like his friends here have held him back. After enjoying their time at the park, they return to Russell's apartment and smoke marijuana , drink alcohol, and snort cocaine.

Russell confesses that like Glen's art project, he has been recording his experiences, albeit more privately.

He reads some of his entries to Glen, at which time it is revealed that one of the men Russell had slept with had been John, Glen's ex-boyfriend.

They begin to argue about the motivations for the fight for gay marriage given Glen's anti-relationship stance. Russell confronts Glen, telling him that he thinks he's only lost faith in relationships because of John.

Glen rebukes him and tells him it's not that simple, and says that while he thinks Russell would make an amazing boyfriend, he doesn't want one right now.

Russell is upset and steps away to the bathroom. He returns and they reconcile, and share a tender kiss. With all that has happened, they passionately make love that night.

Now Sunday morning, they talk in bed. Russell opens up about how self-conscious he feels in public about being gay.

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Filme von Andrew Steirerblut Landkrimi. Trotzdem sind sich die beiden irgendwie sympathisch. Eine wehmütige und zärtliche Liebesgeschichte, in der die Kamera das Paar ohne Scheu und ohne ihm aufdringlich auf den Leib zu rücken Stream Arrival. Überblick Kritik Bilder. Russell Limpinsel an einem Freitagabend bei seinen heterosexuellen Freunden zu einem Essen eingeladen. November Glen drängt Russell dazu, seine Eindrücke der letzten Nacht auf Band zu sprechen, damit er sie für ein Kunstprojekt verwenden kann. Am Dort trifft er Glen, der ihn erst abblitzen lässt, und Pia Lindström beginnt erst etwas mit einem anderen, Z Nation Besetzung Mann. Beide sind traurig darüber. Auch Heigh rückt eine offene Begegnung ins Zentrum, begleitet seine Figuren beim Kennenlernen, Anime Subs in Konversationen, und behält dabei die Intensitäten im Blick, die langsam, aber merkbar wachsen. Kostenlos anmelden. Überblick Kritik Bilder.

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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. A gay man's Tom Cullen weekend-long encounter with an artist Chris New changes his life in unexpected ways.

Andrew Haigh. Tristan Goligher. Sep 27, Tom Cullen Russell. Chris New Glen. Jonathan Race Jamie. Laura Freeman Jill.

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February 14, Full Review…. August 7, Rating: 4. View All Critic Reviews Mar 18, The film is very one dimensional, but looking back, it was quite beautiful in its simplicity.

The chemistry is great, and the acting is excellent. Everything is visceral, real, intense, natural, and intimate. Nothing is forced and nothing is feigned.

It's artistic in its minimalist style as well, and definitely worth seeing again. Matthew Samuel M Super Reviewer. Jan 08, It is a brief encounter that will resonate throughout their lives.

Weekend is both an honest and unapologetic love story between two guys and a film about the universal struggle for an authentic life in all its forms.

It is about the search for identity and the importance of making a passionate commitment to your life.

Written by Andrew Haigh. The IMDb summary of the film does it no justice whatsoever. This piece of art depicted the most genuine and sincere definition of love in any motion picture that I have seen.

Besides the fact that the script was well-written, the actors carried the story to fruition in their slightest of gestures, glances, and articulations.

You really fall in love with Glen and Russell and want them to be with each other. There are parts where you'll laugh, parts where you might tear up, and parts where you might wonder if you've ever felt what these characters feel for each other.

There are some wonderful scenes cinematically as well. The ending is satisfying and resonant of real life, which is a nice change of pace when compared to other love stories.

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External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. The more reserved Russell is taken aback by Glen's blunt discussion of sex.

After Russell finishes, they exchange numbers and Glen leaves. Russell is shown writing about Glen on his laptop, evidently something he does after each of his encounters.

Russell, who works as a lifeguard, spends a lonely morning at the pool, at one point intently watching a gay couple interact.

He texts Glen, who agrees to meet. The two begin to learn about each other's careers, their aspirations, and even share a bicycle ride back to Russell's flat, where they continue to discover more about each other's pasts.

Glen explains that his art project seeks to explore the gap between who people truly are and who they want to be, as demonstrated by the personas they take on when hooking up with someone new for the first time.

Russell reveals that he never came out to his parents because he doesn't know who they are; he grew up in a series of foster homes with his best friend Jamie.

Growing closer after their conversation, they have sex. About to leave, Glen then discloses that he had been planning to move to Oregon the next day to attend a two-year art course.

Both are visibly upset, but stay affectionate. On a whim, Glen invites him to his goodbye party at a straight bar that night, and later Russell decides to go.

While Glen is getting into an argument about heteronormativity with the bar owner, Russell chats with Jill, Glen's friend and flatmate.

She first tells Russell that she never got to listen to his recording; Glen had let her listen to all of his others. She then confides in Russell that she and her friends don't expect Glen to follow through with his trip to America, to the point that they've started a bet.

She also discloses that Glen had been in a relationship with someone named John, who cheated on Glen repeatedly and was attacked at a park shortly before the relationship ended.

Since then, Glen has said he "doesn't do boyfriends. Russell and Glen leave the bar, ditching Glen's friends, and head to a nearby carnival.

Glen admits he's excited to leave, as he feels like his friends here have held him back. After enjoying their time at the park, they return to Russell's apartment and smoke marijuana , drink alcohol, and snort cocaine.

Russell confesses that like Glen's art project, he has been recording his experiences, albeit more privately.

He reads some of his entries to Glen, at which time it is revealed that one of the men Russell had slept with had been John, Glen's ex-boyfriend.

They begin to argue about the motivations for the fight for gay marriage given Glen's anti-relationship stance. Russell confronts Glen, telling him that he thinks he's only lost faith in relationships because of John.

Glen rebukes him and tells him it's not that simple, and says that while he thinks Russell would make an amazing boyfriend, he doesn't want one right now.

Russell is upset and steps away to the bathroom. He returns and they reconcile, and share a tender kiss. With all that has happened, they passionately make love that night.

Now Sunday morning, they talk in bed. Russell opens up about how self-conscious he feels in public about being gay.

Glen deduces that part of the reason Russell keeps a record of his encounters is because he is fascinated by how people come out.

A remarkable film that signals an exciting new voice in the LGBT landscape. Russell and Glen leave the bar, ditching Glen's friends, and head to a nearby carnival. Goofs Em Morgen Russell is anxiously waiting for Glen Sky Pro Receiver arrive at the train station, the train announcements in the background indicate that the time is around 6. Glen admits he's excited to leave, as he feels like his friends here have held him back. Malle 2019 almost there! The Goldbergs.

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Diskussion Kommentieren. Ich habe noch kein Benutzerkonto. Und doch geht es ihm vor allem um spezifische Beobachtungen und eine politische Dimension. FSK

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