Genre: drama, literature
Who wants to set the world of children into the picture, must have good contact with the child in himself. So that he may have Marcus H. Rose Mueller, in his movie debut fancifully playful Who died earlier shown more dead. Now he has again collaborated with actor Marcus Krojer, delivers yet another brilliant scamp of.
Is the hero of Alexander Rosenmüller children’s adventure. The Bavarian boy is 13 and would like the painting competition to win the “Golden brush” at his school. But Alexander’s strengths lie more in math than in art. Theoretically it should make no trick against his classmates Mole (Dominik Nowak), who cleared away the trophy on several occasions. This is all the more tragic when away from the coveted two Lotte (Zoë Mannhardt from hands of Mississippi) can be easily impressed by artistic achievements. But Alexander is lucky. It was not until he comes across a book in his hands, from which one can have a life-tracing wonderful Chinese. And then he accidentally falls into the possession of magical shimmering Perlmutterfarbe, which actually belongs to the inventor mole. The only problem is to use: To his advantage, Alexander has twice lie. He falls into the trap of Gruber (Benedict Hösl), building a fascist gang.
As its template, the same children’s novel of the Jewess Anna Maria Jokl, plays the film in 1931. It reflects the rise of fascism in the microcosm of the school. But there are crucial differences between novel and film, the theatrical version of the clear benefit. First Rosenmüller moved the story into a Bavarian village, which he imposes on it his own handwriting as a director of a special kind. And secondly, he braves from submission of his own humor, without, however, hide the moral concerns of the book entirely. Is
The result is a childlike universe, which in many ways of dying before long dead, who recalls: One of daydreams, wish fantasies and horror scenarios interspersed worldview that lends Markus Krojer his astonished sly and disarming naivete. On the other hand, the Perlmutterfarbe a children’s film and no one who is addressed as Rosenmüller debut primarily at adults. And so the recent work of the world’s most productive director (six films in two years) served the needs of resourceful kids: with daring adventures in a spooky disused steelworks, with fierce battles and band with a conflict that takes place a clear distinction between good and evil. This is because the template can not avoid the conflict strongly with the basic structures of fascist gangs and the convenience of conformism is reminiscent of the film The Wave. The historical reference to the early 1930s – when the schoolboys in short pants still trudged through snowy landscapes – though difficult to fit the humorous deposits of the screenplay. To the background of the Nazi era is simply too seriously.
Why does the film good that empower your Rosenmüller his subject not only to the Nazi-conformism, but it reclaims a universally human question: What conclusions can be drawn to a small Bequemlichkeitslüge and what happens when you missed the right time to tell the truth? And above all: How important are these things if they happen to a child? Then, namely, they lose their moralizing ballast. And may unfold with much swing on a playground, which have for many adults only in the movies.
Title: The Perlmutterfarbe Country of production: Germany Year of production: 2008 Length: 103 (Min) of material: ( #) Constantin Film Distribution ISBN: 4011976856986Related posts