Mr. Nobody

Mr. Nobody

           Mr. Nobody
               Genre: Fantasy, Science Fiction
               Life change, butterfly effect
  It is the year 2092nd A journalist asks a rather confused-looking and decrepit before his teeth chattering man: “How was it actually, when people were still mortal?” The wrinkled guy who lies in a hospital bed, in an ultra-modern, our strange reality in which everyone calls him just Mr. Nobody smiled back mischievously and describes with a nostalgic reminder of the nature of its former life, the bad, ruchvollen clear rounds-years “Oh, we smoked, we ate meat. Actually, not much happened. It was like a French movie. It was wonderful.” Crafty Confronted with this answer, the journalist falls in an awkward silence. Now he Targets expectantly to be lumpy recording device that he says he has stolen a historical museum, and hopes that the circular tape rolls are also to record everything that is able to elicit from the last mortal man of his memory. In the future, things are simply different. And so it is a sensation, what Mr. Nobody – Nemo Nobody – after 92 years, now awakened from the clinical rigidity, can tell his posterity about the past. That Nobody, which is just as Odysseus, as he is on his trip around the world threatened by the Cyclops polyps, to protect and darkening of his identity, just Nemo (Latin: No one called) tries to remember how his far back life has been lying, as it passed by, what a disappointment followed by love and sorrow in which the joy. But the conversations with the journalists, who together with the exploration of a doctor from the high-tech future form the framework for action obscure more than clarify that they could: they are the stories of a man without qualities, is the sense of possibility in the sense of reality. For Mr. Nobody reported with review of his 34th Year, with view to the year 2009, not, as his life lost, but how it could have been – in three variations, a twisted than the other. The Belgian director Jaco Van Dormael have with this film and almost $ 48,000,000 expensive experiment, which is a journey of discovery through the identity of the man, a fantastic, poignant, perhaps even shot the best film this year. Jared Leto jumps into the role of the 34 – or 118-year-old boy and an old man, fooling us, such as biographies can proceed infinitely confused when fate strikes differently than planned. In the year 2092 is painted from Nemo, what would have happened if he was then, as a school boy (Thomas Byrne), as his parents had divorced themselves, would not have remained with his mother (Natasha Little), but with his father (Rhys Ifans). He imagines what would have happened if he his great love, Anna (Laura Brumagne as 9 -, Juno Temple as a 15 -, Diane Kruger as a 30-year-olds) on the beach after the call, whether he wants to swim, then, is not immediately followed would be, but they would have shown up with the answer: “I do not go swimming with idiots.” They never had to come closer, they would never be kissed. Instead, Nemo would have the lovely Elise (Léa Thonus, Clare Stone, Sarah Polley met). A pretty little creature who really loved the heartthrob Stefano (Ben Mansfield). What would have happened if Nemo had not given up when he saw standing around the older, good-looking boy from Elise’s doorstep? What would have happened if he had gone, despite the tough competition just to Elise and would have kissed passionately? They would have married. But they were also together when, disappointed by their reserve, would have gone to the school disco and actually married the first wife would have to dance with him? No. Then in 2009, Nemo would not be with Elise, but with Jean (Anaïs Van Belle, Audrey Giacomini, Linh Dan Pham) married. He was rich and totunglücklich. Instead of being poor, and to wait for the return of his great love, Anna, whom he had met because of a tiny different decision taken before. Intertwines How Jaco Van Dormael in his richly detailed screenplay, the plot lines is overwhelming art is masterful. The camera tracks and pans, the gliding transitions from the future into the present and back into the past are so sensitive implemented as resourceful and gallant, that it just sits in amazement in front of the canvas, given the skill of this increasingly massive spreading Panopticon. The Belgian Van Dormael, who has worked on this film since 1996, dissected, life in its diversity, penetrates with his characters, the realms of time and space. He makes himself a never boring act that has all the qualities of an entertainment film, to find the extent of contingent decisions in a superficial dominated by the technology of human reality. He makes the rationality postulate of the modern against an imaginative construct that makes the separation between fictionality and factuality impossible. When the interview the journalist asked Mr. Nobody curious: “What now? Is your wife dead or not? Was she married or were they not married?” Nemo and driving with a further, still sketchy history, the complexities of his life at the top, then he has been a roundabout way to answer this question now banal-looking, all these lives could have been his. And so, united like a 118-year-old not only the experience of a 34-year-olds, but also the thoughts and feelings of a 15 – and 9-year-olds, it is also the possibility of becoming, the potentiality of another existence, which one would be can any individual innate indelible. Robert Musil has made us in his great novel The Man Without Qualities , what makes possible people like Nemo, “Who has a sense of possibility, says not, for example: here this or that happened, will happen happen, it must, but he invents: This could, should, or ought to happen, and when we told him of something that it is the way it is, then he thinks: Well, it could probably be different. ” With Mr. Nobody has the greatest novel in German literature received a cinematic counterpart. One can only hope that many viewers find their way into the cinema to unravel this wonderful, psychologically motivated, up to the ramifications of the reality of empathy identity collage. This much is clear: After this experience will receive its own perspective on the life of a whole new color, what is more: a new face. (Tomasz Kurianowicz)
  Title: Mr. Nobody Country of production: , Canada, France, Belgium Year of Production: 2009 Length: 138 (Min.) ( #) Distribution: Concorde Film Distribution

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