Tulpenfieber ein Film von Justin Chadwick mit Alicia Vikander, Dane DeHaan. Inhaltsangabe: Blumen sind wertvoller als Diamanten! Im Amsterdam des frühen. Tulpenfieber - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | inclusive-sexual-education.eu Im Film "Tulpenfieber" liegt die ganze Hoffnung eines verzweifelten Liebespaares auf der Tulpe. Im Jahrhundert boomte in den Niederlanden.
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Der Amsterdamer Kaufmann Cornelis Sandvoort verdient sein Geld mit dem An- und Verkauf von Tulpen. Sein Herz gehört jedoch nicht der edlen Blume, sondern seiner Frau Sophia. Doch als er den Künstler Jan Van Loos engagiert, um ein Portrait von. Tulpenfieber ist ein britisch-US-amerikanischer Historienfilm von Justin Chadwick, der am August in die deutschen Kinos kam. Der Film basiert auf. Tulpenfieber ein Film von Justin Chadwick mit Alicia Vikander, Dane DeHaan. Inhaltsangabe: Blumen sind wertvoller als Diamanten! Im Amsterdam des frühen. Tulpenfieber - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | inclusive-sexual-education.eu Außer Schulterzucken und gedanklichen Fragezeichen ist bei mir am Ende des Films nichts übriggeblieben. Kein Film, den ich empfehlen würde. Lesen Sie weiter. „Geschichten haben kein Ende“ heißt es in Tulpenfieber und im Fall dieses Films scheint das nicht ohne Ironie zuzutreffen. Zum einen, weil es. Im Drama Tulpenfieber verliebt sich Dane DeHaan als Maler in Alicia Vikander, die allerdings mit dem Mann verheiratet ist, den er porträtieren soll: Chris.
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Suspenseful and full of intrigue, Tulip Fever is a gripping period drama based on a bestselling novel. The story follows a young wife who's unable to conceive and after falling for a painter plots to fake a pregnancy and childbearing death in order to run-off with her new lover.
However, the writing is weak and does a poor job at developing the romance and the tulip subplot.
Still, the sets and costumes are incredibly well-done, as is the score; which adds a lot of tension and drama to the film. Tulip Fever has some storytelling problems, but overall it delivers a fairly compelling tale of love, betrayal, and sacrifice.
Dann M Super Reviewer. Nov 16, We are witnessing the death knells of the Weinstein Company, and in its darkest hour emerges whatever the hell Tulip Fever is.
Mired in production hell for over a decade and delayed release for three years after filming, the film amounts to a laughable period piece with an epic lack of focus.
For all its presumptive wit, the laughter comes more from the fact that so much talent went into making such an obliviously crappy film.
Judi Dench, Christoph Waltz, and Alicia Vikander all put in a valiant effort towards retaining their dignity, but even they couldn't act themselves out of this cinematic quicksand.
They aren't really given characters to work with, and I think you can even see the dissatisfaction they have for their parts in certain scenes. For some reason Dane Dehaan and Cara Delevigne are given some of the top billing despite the fact they get a relatively small amount screen time.
Perhaps Weinstein and co. Regardless of the people involved, the story seems like it's trying to do too much while doing nothing at all.
Most synopses you will find refer to a secret love affair between Dehaan and Vikander while they try to sell tulips or something.
That is a gross misrepresentation of the "plot", if you can call it that. Even after seeing some of the most dense and surreal Bergman, Malle, and Wenders films, I had at least a tenuous grasp on what those films were doing.
Upon viewing this confusingly edited and poorly told story, I am truly baffled over what the filmmakers were trying to accomplish here.
Perhaps I'm giving it too much credit, but I shudder to think that someone went through all of this trouble to make a movie that simplistically whimpers "babies are good, and flowers are pretty".
K Nife C Super Reviewer. Sep 14, Twisty to the point of complete stupidity, this sumptuous period drama may be relatively impressive with its production design and costumes but in the end is nothing more than a cheap soap opera that can't even entertain us with its corny display of ardent sexual desire.
Carlos M Super Reviewer. Sep 03, Tulip Fever was originally filmed back in and has endured two years of delayed release dates. The question arises why something seemingly so innocuous would take so long to release.
The studio seems quite hesitant about the finished product. The Weinstein Company even packaged a rare red band trailer for their movie, something more associated with ribald comedies and bloody action films.
A movie about tulips and love affairs seems like an odd choice, but hey, people got to see some extra Vikander nudity for free.
It's being dumped into theaters over a tepid Labor Day release and the advertising is billing it as an "erotic thriller," which is a mistake on two fronts.
It's not truly erotic, lacking a primal carnal power, and it's not really a thriller. It all smells less than rosy and more of desperation.
Set in the early s in Amsterdam, and the nation has gone wild for tulips. The flowers are being traded and sold in the backs of taverns, and the tulip market seems limitless.
Meanwhile, Sophia Vikander is a young woman who is married off to Cornelis Sandvoort Christoph Waltz , the self-described "king of peppercorn.
The painter falls in love with his subject and he and Sophia begin having an affair. The servant woman, Maria Holliday Grainger , is witness to her mistress' secrets, and as their affair continues, both parties devise an elaborate means that they can be together.
Tulip Fever is awash in strange and ineffective plotting. Firstly, the film never presents a suitable rationale for why Sophia would fall into bed with Jan.
It presents her frustrations and malaise with her husband, so being in a position for finding a passionate alternative and outlet is established.
After a few painting sessions with Jan, apparently they're smitten with one another, though the movie never does the slightest work to establish a spark between them.
It's not like much would have been required. Make Jan a charmer who makes Sophia feel valued and desired. A handful of careful exchanges hinting at an inappropriate fascination are all that was needed.
Instead their coupling feels largely arbitrary and from thin air. Movies directly hinging upon romantic affairs succeed on the virtue of making you feel the desire of the characters, whether that's a romantic yearning or even just simple hardcore lust.
Sexual tension is a paramount necessity. I felt no chemistry, desire, or even sexual tension between DeHaan and Vikander.
There was no heat or sensuality here. Then there's the matter of Sophia's relationship with Maria, our curiously chosen narrator. We're told that Maria sees Sophia like a sister, but once again the movie doesn't show anything to indicate a particularly close relationship between the two.
Then when Maria announces her pregnancy she threatens her "sister" if she gets thrown out of employment. She'll tell Sophia's husband what she's been up to with her painter pal.
Maybe it's the hormones but that doesn't exactly sound like a close, sisterly relationship. Although just when it seems like Maria might be a thorn in her mistress' side and upset the power balance, the story abandons this idea altogether and Maria recedes back into a harmless cherubic aid.
It's during Maria's pregnancy where Tulip Fever's plotting becomes its most tonally egregious, becoming a 17th century episode of Three's Company.
Sophia's mission ever since her wedding has been to get pregnant and produce a son for her husband to carry on his family line, but due to a combination of erectile dysfunction and impotence, this seems like an unlikely task.
So when Maria is pregnant, the two ladies scheme to do a switcheroo; they'll pretend that Sophia is really pregnant, downplay Maria's changes, and then pretend the newborn is Sophia's child.
This plan leads to several almost comical sequences to maintain the ruse, like when Sophia pushes Maria aside to take claim over her recent spate of morning sickness.
The entire time I kept thinking that wouldn't it be so much easier for Sophia just to get impregnated from her younger lover? Instead we're given this storyline that approaches farce, and that's not the end of it.
Tulip Fever also features faking one's death, sending the drunkest person out to retrieve the most valuable item in the country, a character conscripted into the Navy immediately, and contrived mistaken identity developments that also require characters to never do any follow-up questions to confirm the worst of what they think they just witnessed.
These kinds of farcical plot elements indicate that the filmmakers were not confidant that their central relationships could sustain a narrative unto themselves.
And yet I'll admit that these unexpected plot turns provided a level of entertainment that was lacking beforehand. The actors do what they can with their characters and marshal forward with straight faces.
Vikander The Light Between Oceans is a luminescent actress who can communicate paragraphs through her tremulous eyes.
She very capably conveys Sophia's mixed emotions over her marriage, her gnawing sense of loyalty, and when in the throes of passion, an unburdening that serves as a personal awakening.
Sadly, those romantic throes are paired with DeHaan, an actor I'm becoming more and more skeptical with every new performance.
In the recent sci-fi bomb Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, he chose to speak in a bizarre voice that mimicked 90s Keanu Reeves.
With Tulip Fever, I understood the origin of that voice, because in this movie he sounds like 90s Keanu Reeves gamely attempting his woeful British accent in Dracula.
Does Dane DeHaan have range or is he incapable of playing anything without ironic detachment? He makes for a pretty pitiful romantic affair option, and I never cared what transpired to him.
Waltz Spectre becomes the most sympathetic character by the film's end and has a genuine character arc that might elicit some real emotion.
He's pompous and a bit oblivious, but he never really becomes the film's villain. He doesn't mistreat Sophia. He doesn't threaten anyone.
He just wants a child, and a wish he made to God haunts him. He truly cares about his wife, and it's only later that Sophia realizes what her plot machinations have done to this man.
Waltz's performance is well within his nattering wheelhouse. It's enough to make you wonder what in this story got them all here.
The story seems to exist only in parallel with the tulip market that gives the film its title.
It feels like two different movies on different tracks that rarely come together. I hope you enjoy textbook economics lessons on market bubbles, because you'll get plenty information imported on the buying and selling power of tulips.
Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Alicia Vikander Sophia Sandvoort Dane DeHaan Jan van Loos Jack O'Connell Willem Brok Holliday Grainger Maria Tom Hollander Dr Sorgh Matthew Morrison Mattheus Kevin McKidd Johan De Bye Douglas Hodge Nicholas Steen Joanna Scanlan Mrs Overvalt Zach Galifianakis Gerrit Judi Dench Abbess Christoph Waltz Cornelis Sandvoort David Harewood Mr Prater Alexandra Gilbreath Lysbeth Cara Delevingne Alicia Vikander Through the Years.
Edit Storyline In seventeenth century Amsterdam, an orphaned girl Sophia is forcibly married to a rich and powerful merchant Cornelis Sandvoort - an unhappy "arrangement" that saves her from poverty.
Taglines: Desire. This summer they're in full bloom. Edit Did You Know? Trivia The actor of Dr. Sorgh is called Tom Hollander. Ironically, Hollander is a Dutch term for Dutchmen.
This is, however, not completely valid. Holland isn't, in contrast to what many people think, The Netherlands.
Because of this, people started to call The Netherlands "Holland", because they only went to the Holland provinces. Goofs Despite this being a movie entirely about Dutch people set in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, not one character has a Dutch accent, and even names of Dutch towns such as Utrecht are mispronounced.
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