The deep-sea diver – Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou

The deep-sea diver - Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou

The deep-sea divers – Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou

  The world-known and famous oceanographer Steve Zissou, who studied with his team on the research vessel Belafonte, the seven seas, has certainly seen better days: His films about life under water – Jacques Cousteau can salute – will find fewer and fewer viewers, his faithful Tauchkumpan Esteban (Seymour Cassel) has been torn by a dangerous and slow Jaguarhai coal goes out, it is also his wealthy wife, Eleanor (Anjelica Houston) to change anything. The investors jump ship in rows, and only with great difficulty one last expedition could be put on the legs with which it all Zissou show once so correctly and at the same time wants to bring the dangerous Killerhai on track. With on board including a pregnant reporter Jane Winslett-Richardson (Cate Blanchett), the German with the clever name of Klaus Daimler (Willem Dafoe) and Pele dos Santos (Seu Jorge), who has a soft spot for David Bowie songs, and they always in Portuguese fado-style in the best there, as well as a Russian ship’s doctor named Vladimir Wolodarsky (Noah Taylor) and divers, sailors, and a usually topless script girl, who brings the hormones of the men properly boil. And finally, still pushes Ned (Owen Wilson), who suspects that she is the result of an affair Zissou, to the motley crew, which opens for its last journey.

, But the ride gets very different from what Zissou and his team have imagined that, because they face not only the Killerhai, but also Filipino pirates and eventually find themselves faced with a mutiny on the Belafonte. And then there’s her opponent, Alistair Hennessey (Jeff Goldblum), leaves nothing undone in order to wipe one …
Steve Zissou
to Wes Anderson divorced truly the ghosts. For some, his films are as Rushmore (1998) or The Royal Tennenbaum (2001), the absolute cult, the other opens up the meaning of groups of figures, and usually quite chaotic crazy little stories. To put it short: Whoever is inclined to the latter opinion, which is found by Anderson’s new film certainly confirms his view. Independent and highly self is that what drives Anderson on the screen once and also miles away from the smoothness of Hollywood. This consistent action is not the discovery of a respectable storyline in the film, with the playfulness of a child whirls Anderson through the crude blend of pop-culture quotes and absurd ideas to make it his very own soup to boil. Enriched by an almost classic father-son conflict, but the work remains largely undecided or open – depending on how it myself appreciated. Whether it will be sufficient bizarreness as a program on a permanent basis to form a remarkable talent as a truly great director Wes Anderson, or if Anderson continues to be the Peter Pan of Tinseltown “is, without taking a decisive step further, it is still betting adopted. Oblique and habituation in need of cult cinema, which will certainly become a loyal fan base.

Title: The deep sea divers – Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou Country of production: USA Year of production: 2004 Length: min 118 () of material: Buena Vista

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