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Tausend MorgenTausend Morgen. Familie, ich hasse dich: Das von Shakespeare inspirierte Drama um drei Schwestern und ihren tyrannischen Vater lebt allein vom Flair der. Patriarch Larry möchte seinen drei Töchtern Ginny, Rose und Caroline die Chance geben, seine erfolgreiche Farm zu übernehmen. Doch die drei Schwestern sind gegensätzlich und Caroline bittet um Bedenkzeit. Daraufhin überschreibt Larry die Farm an. Der tyrannische Laurence Cook lebt mit seinen Töchtern Ginny und Rose auf einer Farm in Iowa. Um die Erbschaftssteuer zu sparen, beschließt er, ihnen den.
Tausend Morgen Navigationsmenü VideoSing with Karl - Wo tausend Krieger fielen [German WW I Song][+ English Translation] Verleiher. Verkauft durch Amazon Herren Gedeck Germany GmbH. Jessica Lange. Verifizierter Kauf. Patriarch Larry möchte seinen drei Töchtern Ginny, Rose und Caroline die Chance geben, seine erfolgreiche Farm zu übernehmen. Doch die drei Schwestern sind gegensätzlich und Caroline bittet um Bedenkzeit. Daraufhin überschreibt Larry die Farm an. Tausend Morgen (A Thousand Acres) ist ein US-amerikanisches Filmdrama von Jocelyn Moorhouse aus dem Jahr Das Drehbuch schrieb Laura Jones. Tausend Morgen. (54)IMDb 6,11 Std. 45 Min Geheimnisse, die viel zu lange gehütet wurden, und schwesterliche Liebe: das sind die Hauptthemen. foldingmisterlincoln.com: Finden Sie Tausend Morgen in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€.
Tausend Morgen war in etlichen Lndern schon zu sehen - von Frankreich ber Erotik Film Tausend Morgen Norwegen. - A Thousand AcresKritik schreiben.
To an extent this was true - Pfeiffer's character was by far the most interesting. Her anger throughout, although utterly justified, carried an air of self-destruction and manipulation that made the story most watchable.
There were points when I wondered if the film was going to miss any tragedian tricks perhaps I mean soap opera headlines: death, abandonment, loss with no true deliverance, etc , but it was the believability of Pfeiffer and the ugly familiness achieved by the rest of the cast that carried it, showing peaks of humanity through the weight of the film's atmosphere.
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English: T. Everybody knew everybody. And nobody was different. It was all very Stepford; difference was not something to be encouraged.
He got out of there as soon as he could. Imagine, though, how it would be to live like that: under the constant eyes of your community, gossip buzzing around about you, judging you and weigh I know a guy who grew up in a small rural village in Sweden.
Imagine, though, how it would be to live like that: under the constant eyes of your community, gossip buzzing around about you, judging you and weighing your worth.
Imagine living under the weight of that constant scrutiny where you have to keep up appearances all the time. Jane Smiley takes that, and makes it Tragedy.
And I do mean Tragedy with the capital T. A Thousand Acres is reworking of King Lear , but to call it that would be to demean it because it is not an update, a retelling of the same story.
Sure, many of the same events take place; not all of them though play out in exactly the same way. So why even bother to drink from that well?
Because she can call upon our knowledge of how Tragedy was supposed to work. We had the Tragic Hero with the Fatal Character Flaw, fighting against Fate or Destiny.
The Tragic Hero would often be male and of royal lineage. If not royal then at least of noble stature. Our Hero here is a heroine. What grand force is she pitting her meagre reserves of strength against?
She takes all of that, and she takes Ginny, and she takes King Lear and she makes it her own. One of the more brutal, violent plays in the Shakespearean canon is transposed to the American rural countryside.
And from that she elevates this story of oppressed rural women, of incest, rape, madness and murder, and makes it Tragedy.
View 2 comments. This book profoundly influenced both my brother and me, who grew up in semi-rural Wisconsin in the 's and '70's. Our family was so concentrated on keeping its own secrets it never occurred to us other families around us could have their own, worse ones.
A clunky retelling of Lear. Only at the very end do you get a touch of Lear's darkness, but it's not enough to save the novel. One of the most overrated novels I've ever read.
I think this book won some awards, and might have been an Oprah Book before there were Oprah Books. A classic example of why some awards and book club favorites are not to be trusted.
Come to think of it, I've only read one great novel by Smiley, The Greenlanders. And that book is unlike anything else she's done. The drama and impact of this Pulitzer Prize winning novel increases more and more the further you go.
A compelling read that I highly recommend. The family dynamics of both the Cook family and their nearest neighbors, the Clarks, start off seemingly so smooth and normal and unravel so completely.
Plenty to think about so more may come A simple story-family lives on and works a 1, acre farm that has been in the family for four generations.
Father, Larry, decides to retire and leave the farm to his three daughters. Dad acts funky, daughters become concerned, family unravels, peope die, people get angry, people leave, etc.
Boring, right? The beauty of this story IS its simplicity. However, the characters, like real people are quite complex. They move through life vastly unaware of their motivations.
Through the course A simple story-family lives on and works a 1, acre farm that has been in the family for four generations.
Through the course of events that follow, the characters reveal themselves to Ginny the main character and oldest daughter of Larry in various ways.
Ginny, to this point has been going through her day to day life without questioning her motivations or those within her tightly knit circle.
There is a pivotal point in the story where Ginny sees the people and things in her life for what they truly are. She does not like what she sees and decides to turn her back on the life that she has always known.
In so doing, she seeks to make a life for herself-one that is hers and hers alone. The various catastrophic events and revelations I am not giving anything away that lead Ginny to this point, punctuate the power that parents have over their children.
That power can become lethal and suffocating when abused on so many levels. A note on the other two sisters-Rose and CarolineRose's name is particularly interesting to me.
She is portrayed as a very attractive woman who tends to be coarse and unsentimental petals and thorns. Rose is completely selfish and makes no effort to conceal this fact.
In the end, she may have been the only character who did understand herself. Even at the end of her life, she had no illusions about who and what she had been.
Caroline, the youngest, was seemingly detached from the family in general. She was the only sister who moved away from the farm and made a life for herself in the city.
Caroline, a lawyer, moved in and out of the story and provided an interesting juxtaposition to the other two sisters. I was interested in the book from the very first word and became more and more intrigued as I read.
There were several events that were utterly shocking, but even so, I never questioned their plausability. Smiley did an excellent job of convincing me of the believablility of these characters and their actions.
For one week I lived with them and watched their every move with interest and ultimately horror. I loved this Shakespeare-by-way-of-Steinbeck Lear of the Corn.
I read it directly after a re-read of Lear, so some of my pleasure came from seeing how clever Smiley is with her source, but it's a tremendous book in any case.
It's insanely ambitious to try to write Lear as a novel at all; it's a crazy play and most of it doesn't make any real-world sense. Realism isn't really the point there.
But Smiley has figured most of it out. She makes dad's Alzheimer's explicit, of course, and adds some back I loved this Shakespeare-by-way-of-Steinbeck Lear of the Corn.
She makes dad's Alzheimer's explicit, of course, and adds some backstory that helps to explain the extreme nature of everyone's emotions and actions - I suppose some might call view spoiler [the revelation that both Ginny Goneril and Rose Regan were raped by their father hide spoiler ] a low blow, since it necessarily puts us on their side, but it made sense for me.
She ducks a few things: probably wisely, she doesn't try to do Harold's Gloucester's fake suicide, which doesn't really work in Lear either, and she drops the character of the Fool.
But most of the characters, and most of the major plot developments, are there, interpreted in ways that I found interesting.
Smiley throws in these tiny details: pelicans appear in a moment of crucial decision, echoing Lear's weird dis on his daughters: Twas this flesh begot Those pelican daughters.
Back then people thought pelican mothers would cut their own breasts and let their babies drink their blood. I know, yeah, people in the olden days were weird.
But she kinda punks out on the ending, and I'm not sure why. Caroline Cordelia survives, as does Jess Edmund. Did Smiley just look into the abyss and blink?
I doubt it; I'm sure she had her reasons. But I was kinda looking for everyone to die, because this is Lear and the central event of Lear is that everyone loses and dies.
Or bumming lack of bummer. This is the story of a farming family in the second half of the 20th century, a domineering, abusive patriarch and his three adult daughters.
This is brilliantly written, each character so finely painted, the interactions so nuanced, individual motivations re This is the story of a farming family in the second half of the 20th century, a domineering, abusive patriarch and his three adult daughters.
This is brilliantly written, each character so finely painted, the interactions so nuanced, individual motivations revealed in all their complexities.
Smiley has a magnificent ability to understand frail people and broken families and to convey their pain with unflinching realism and sensitivity.
I just didn't get this book. I think this Pulitzer Prize winning book was just over my head. This story involves a Iowa farm family 3 daughters with their husbands and their overbearing, stubborn, old school father.
Their farm is their life with the exception of one daughter, Caroline, who became a lawyer. The father decides to relinguish control over the family farm and sign it over to his two oldest daughters, Ginny and Rose, and their husbands Ty and Frank?
Well he immediately regrets I just didn't get this book. Well he immediately regrets his decision and starts basically activing crazy. The townspeople and Caroline blame the two daugthers and accuses them of treating their father poorly and stealing the farm.
Carolina and her father file a suit against them. When I first started this book I thought it was going to be this family drama involving the daughters eventually understand their hard father and the father mellowing out and learning to show some kind of affection towards his daughters.
Well it was nothing like that--in fact it was depressing. Honestly, no character ends up happy. There's death, adultery, physical abuse, sexual abuse, finanical ruin, attempted murders, betrayal, and family estrangements between sisters, fathers and daughters, and husbands and wives.
Despite all this drama, the story felt very flat, no climaxes or character development at all. Another time she was this normal, upstanding citizen, then the next thing I knew she was plotting to poison her sister.
Ty and Ginny seemed to have a half-way normal relationship, but instead of Ty defending his wife when her father calls her all these horrible names and defending her against Caroline, he takes their side over his own wife.
It was just too strange for me Who'da thunk? Shelves: novels. This book won a Pulitzer back in that day, and that pisses me off. Although, really, I should know better by now.
I'm always burned by the Pulitzers. Based on the rough plot of King Lear , yes, which is objectively the worst of Shakespeare's plays and that should say something.
This book is an excellent example of why everyone should leave psychological novels to the Russians and Henry James.
Nothing strictly happens, of course, just like in Lear except there, at least, everyone dies in interesti This book won a Pulitzer back in that day, and that pisses me off.
Nothing strictly happens, of course, just like in Lear except there, at least, everyone dies in interesting ways, sort of a British pre-figuring of Rambo -- import ass from Taiwan as cannon fodder and just dream of all the ways you could fuck that chit up.
And so Smiley is left with charting the changes of an interior landscape for a first-person narrator ugh. Three-quarters of the way through, even Smiley realized she'd written pages of some spineless bitch masturbating to her own misery, and had to introduce a "repressed memory" to make it interesting.
By then, I'd stopped caring. Also, the dialogue is hideous. I mean, flat-out direct from all the daydreams an author has about what she'd like to say to her daddy.
Trope trope trope. Is this the definition of a hack? Er würde die gängigen Klischees übernehmen, nach denen Männer und Väter schlecht sein sollten.
Ebert kritisierte, keiner der Charaktere wäre sympathisch und dass Ginny zu sehr im Mittelpunkt der Geschichte stehen würde.
Jessica Lange wurde im Jahr für den Golden Globe Award nominiert. Die Produzentin Michelle Pfeiffer wollte zuerst für die Rolle von Larry Cook Paul Newman verpflichten, er lehnte jedoch die Rolle ab.
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