Hohe Erwartungen

1988

High Hopes is a 1988 film directed by Mike Leigh, focusing on an extended working-class family living in King's Cross, London, and elsewhere.

The film primarily examines Cyril (Philip Davis) and Shirley (Ruth Sheen), a motor-cycle courier and his girlfriend, along with their friends, neighbours, and Cyril's mother and sister.

Despite staying true to Leigh's down-at-the-heel, realist style, the film is ultimately a social comedy concerning culture clashes between different classes and belief systems. According to the critic Michael Coveney', "As in Meantime, High Hopes contrasts the economic and spiritual conditions of siblings. And in developing some of the themes in Babies Grow Old and Grown-Ups, it presents a brilliantly organised dramatic résumé of attitudes towards parturition and old age."[2]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1988
01.03.1990 in Deutschland
weitere Titel:
High Hopes ast
Высокие надежды
Belle speranze
Suuria toiveitafi
前程似錦zh
Hohe Erwartungen
Genre:Filmkomödie
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich
Originalsprache:Englisch
Farbe:Farbe
IMDB: 4280
Verleih:Skouras Films
Regie:Mike Leigh
Drehbuch:Mike Leigh
Kamera:Roger Pratt
Musik:Andrew Dickson
Produzent:Victor Glynn
Simon Channing-Williams
Darsteller:Philip Jackson
Lesley Manville
David Bamber
Ruth Sheen
Philip Davis
Edna Doré
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Rezensionen:

1990
Evening Standard British Film Awards
Peter Sellers Award for Comedy
Gewinner
1990
Independent Spirit Awards
Independent Spirit Award
Best Foreign Film
Nominiert
1989
European Film Awards
European Film Award
Best Actress
Gewinner
1989
European Film Awards
European Film Award
Best Supporting Performance
Gewinner
1989
European Film Awards
European Film Award
Best Composer
Gewinner
1989
European Film Awards
European Film Award
Best Film
Nominiert
1988
Venice Film Festival
FIPRESCI Prize
Parallel Sections
Gewinner
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