Déjà Vu - Wettlauf gegen die Zeit ein Film von Tony Scott mit Denzel Washington, Jim Caviezel. Inhaltsangabe: In New Orleans sprengen. FBI-Agent Doug Carlin hat in seinem Job schon alles erlebt. Doch noch nie hat er sich im Dienst auf den ersten Blick verliebt: Aber Claire Kuchever, eine vollkommen Fremde, will dem Beamten nicht mehr aus dem Kopf gehen. Im wahrsten Sinne des. Déjà Vu - Wettlauf gegen die Zeit (Déjà Vu): Thriller von Jerry Bruckheimer mit Matt Craven/Denzel Washington/Bruce Greenwood.
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Agent Stalhuth Matt Craven Minuti Donna W. Beth as Donna Scott Elle Fanning Abbey Brian Howe Medical Examiner Enrique Castillo Claire's Father Mark Phinney Edit Storyline In the wake of a devastating terrorist attack on a slow New Orleans ferry, the A.
Taglines: If you thought it was just a trick of the mind, prepare yourself for the truth. Edit Did You Know? Trivia At 1h 20m 42s the camera purports to be outside Tropical Isle's Bourbon, Bourbon St, New Orleans.
Goofs at around 34 mins When investigators are searching Claire's house, Doug points out that it's just after midnight.
At this point in the movie, it's night, but when the investigators are searching Claire's house same time zone , it is light out. Quotes [ first lines ] Ferry Captain : Can't believe it.
They're right on time. Let's get these boys to their party. Crazy Credits Tony Scott's opening credit is obscured momentarily by a passing sailor. Was this review helpful to you?
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Q: After the explosion, many figures are blown into the water. Nearly all of them begin swimming.
You don't see limp bodies, yet there is no mention of survivors, implying that everyone on the ferry died. Were there any survivors? Edit Details Country: USA UK.
Ambulance Bay Nurse as Angela D. Hoenig Gregg Kawecki Hospital Security Guard as H. Gregg Kawecki Ann Turkel Technician Christopher Scholl Newspaper Reporter Charmaine Neville Singer at Funeral Bruce Barnes Zydeco Singer at Funeral as Bruce 'Sunpie' Barnes Nolan North Ex-Fiance voice Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Brandon Scot Adams Navy Soldier uncredited Julia Adams Ferry Survivor uncredited Michele Adams Fire Fighter uncredited Dale Beasley ATF Agent uncredited Blake Nelson Boyd Salvage Worker uncredited Brady Calhoun Time Window Lab Technician uncredited Edward Cummings Bum at Mission uncredited James J.
Sailor uncredited Debby Gaudet FBI Analyst uncredited Wilfurt Hildabrandt Ferry Passenger uncredited Mark Holmes Forklift Driver uncredited Rhonda Huete Chrissie - Schoolteacher uncredited Shawn McDonald FBI Agent uncredited Lorin Moore Family Father uncredited Wayne Douglas Morgan Agent Hendricks uncredited Jay Oliver Ferry Passenger uncredited Daniel Rhyder Time Window Lab Tech 7 uncredited Johnny Cley Rivers Patron at Palace Cafe uncredited Logan Douglas Smith Ferry Passenger uncredited Clif St.
Bus Boy uncredited Daniel Vincent Navy C. Harbor Cop uncredited William Shannon Williams Ferry Boat Pilot uncredited Shane Daniel Wood Washington Michael Deak Washington Greg Funk Funk Jake Garber Henriques III Garrett Immel Goldman Barry H.
Gregg Kawecki Stacy Schrader Scott Bailey Pavel Pesta Hudson Miller Barclay Aaris Michael O'Brien B Effects Group Russell Tyrrell EFX Group Inc.
Bond IV Eric Bouffard Timetrack camera operator digital air Stephen Edwards Spiziri Dottie Starling Timetrack camera supervisor: Digital Air Helen Taylor Timetrack Camera operator digital air Joel H.
Turner Brooks P. Woody Lang Kirsten Laube Misisco Jr. Greg Mitchell Stumpf is carrying hundreds of U. Navy sailors and their families across the Mississippi River from their base to the city.
Suddenly, the ferry explodes and sinks, killing passengers and crew members. Special Agent Douglas Carlin Denzel Washington from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives ATF is sent to investigate and discovers evidence of a bomb planted by a domestic terrorist.
Arriving at the scene he meets with local investigators and FBI Special Agent Paul Pryzwarra Val Kilmer , and informs them of his findings.
He learns about and is invited to examine a partially burned body pulled from the river, identified as Claire Kuchever Paula Patton , which was reported to the authorities minutes before the explosion.
Pryzwarra is impressed with Doug's detective expertise, and asks him to join a newly formed governmental detective unit whose first case is to investigate the bombing.
Led by Dr Alexander Denny Adam Goldberg , they investigate the events before the explosion by using a program called "Snow White", which enables them to look into the past 4 days, 6 hours, 3 minutes, 45 seconds, The system is limited in that they can only see past events once; there is no fast forwarding or rewinding, although they can record what they see in the process.
Convinced that Claire is a vital link, Doug persuades them to focus on her. While the team observe Claire's past through "Snow White", the bomber calls her to talk about the SUV that she advertised for sale.
He does not buy her car, but the "Snow White" team now knows exactly where and when he was during the call.
Doug finds out "Snow White" is actually a time window, and can send inanimate objects into the past.
Despite Denny's protests against tampering with the past, Doug has the team send a note back to his past self with the time and place to stop the ferry bomber.
Instead, his partner Larry Minuti Matt Craven gets the note and while following up on it is shot by the terrorist.
The team attempts to follow the fleeing terrorist, who takes Minuti with him, but he moves outside of Snow White's range. However, Doug is able to follow him in the present using a specially equipped vehicle with a mobile Snow White unit.
In the past time, the bomber takes Minuti to his bayou shack where he kills him and sets fire to his body. Still needing a vehicle big enough to hold the bomb the terrorist goes to Claire's address, kidnaps her and takes her car.
Using a facial recognition system , the ferry bomber is identified and taken into custody. He turns out to be Carroll Oerstadt Jim Caviezel , a mentally unstable "patriot" who began to resent the armed forces when they rejected his repeated attempts to enlist.
Considering the case closed, the government shuts down the Snow White investigation. Despite the killer having been caught, Claire and the ferry victims remain dead, which unsettles Doug since he is convinced that the Snow White team can actually alter history.
Doug persuades Denny to do one last experiment: send Doug to the past to save Claire and stop the bombing a risky procedure, since no living thing has ever been sent back successfully.
Doug survives the trip because he was sent back to a hospital emergency room, where they were able to revive him. He steals an ambulance and gun and races to Oerstadt's shack just in time to stop Claire's murder, while Oerstadt flees with the bomb.
Doug and Claire go to the ferry. Doug boards to try to find and disarm the bomb, but meanwhile Oerstadt captures Claire and restrains her inside the vehicle in which he has placed the bomb.
A brutal gunfight ensues which culminates with Doug attempting to negotiate with Oerstadt but finally catching him off guard and killing him.
He gets into the vehicle to try to free Claire but police surround them and threaten to open fire. To save everyone, Doug purposely drives the vehicle off the end of the ferry before it explodes.
Claire escapes but Doug, unable to get out, dies in the subsequent underwater explosion. As Claire mourns Doug's death, she is approached by an identical Doug Carlin, the one from her present, who consoles her.
The idea of a time travel thriller film originated between screenwriters Bill Marsilii and Terry Rossio , who were friends.
Rossio had a one-page idea for a film called Prior Conviction about a cop who uses a Time Window to look seven days into the past to investigate his girlfriend's murder.
As they were talking about it, Marsilii says "I had this explosive kind of epiphany—"NO! The first time he sees her should be at her autopsy!
The scenario would have been like Doug's investigation in timeline 1. Soon after the bombing, Doug returns Claire's call from earlier that morning and leaves a message on her answering machine.
When Doug goes to Claire's empty apartment, her cat acts like it knows him because future Doug has just recently been in the apartment trying to save Claire.
Present-day Doug uses the time machine to look into the past all the way back into timeline 1, before timeline 2 branched off, that is, before future Doug arrived.
When the terrorist is caught, he acts strangely because he just killed future Doug a couple of days ago. Timeline 3: Present-day Doug decides to use the time machine to go back in time once again.
As he is sitting in the time machine, the FBI scientist makes the comment that he looks like he's done this before.
Doug answers, "Maybe I have. After Doug's trip back, a third timeline is created. Doug has one more chance to prevent the bombing and save Claire.
He crashes the ambulance again and leaves the same clues and fingerprints as before, just in case. But this time, perhaps because of all the clues left by the earlier Doug, he manages to save Claire and avoid getting killed.
They go to the ferry and prevent it from blowing up. But future Doug dies, neatly avoiding the question of whether time "twins" meeting each other would cause an anomaly.
The present-day Doug in this third timeline gets the girl To summarize, in the first timeline that we never see, the ferry blows up.
In the second timeline, the ferry blows up again, and this is the beginning of the movie. In the third timeline at the end of the movie, the ferry is saved.
There is another layer to consider here. This was not Carlin's first jump to the past. The note on the fridge, the prints an bloddy clothes, and the exploded ambulance all tell us this.
What we don't know is how many loops deep we are at the beginning of the film, or what happened on the initial prime loop.
That also means that Carlin was most likely the one who turned the Beach Boys on in the car, in an attempt to get the guard's attention to the bomb, and that also means that loop's Carlin died in the explosion.
This also explains why Carlin is so fascinated with the girl, as he has been seeking her out in mutiple loops, and likely is niw quantum entangled with her, wich is why he so easily scooped her up at the end of the film.
Think about this- why did he write the note to himself on the fridge on the last loop? He must've assumed he was going to fail again on this loop, otherwise the note is meaningless.
It's not a perfect plot, and oodles of time theory holes exist along with some just bad writting - i mean, he stops to clean up when there is a bomb for people only hours away, whatever.