Schultze gets the blues ist ein deutscher Spielfilm aus dem Jahr Regie geführt und das Drehbuch geschrieben hat Michael Schorr, bundesweiter Kinostart. Die CD von Filmmusik: Schultze Gets The Blues jetzt probehören und für 6,99 Euro kaufen. Schultze und seine zwei Kollegen werden in den Vorruhestand wegrationalisiert. Während diese in häuslicher Gediegenheit verstauben haut Schultze in die.
Schultze gets the bluesSchultze und seine zwei Kollegen werden in den Vorruhestand wegrationalisiert. Während diese in häuslicher Gediegenheit verstauben haut Schultze in die. sad-eye-never-lie.com - Kaufen Sie Schultze Gets the Blues günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Schultze Gets the Blues. ()IMDb 7,01 Std. 49 Min Als Schultze im Radio Zydeco-Musik entdeckt, wandelt sich sein monotoner Alltag. Schultze erlernt.
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Jürgen Karl-Fred Müller Manfred Ursula Schucht Jürgen's Wife Hannelore Schubert Manfred's Wife Erwin Meinicke Skatspieler Hans Hohmann Skatspieler Siegfried Zimmermann Skatspieler Maik Gustävel Automaten-Monteur Annegret Fritz Wirtin Wolfgang Boos Gatekeeper Werner Boche Rasenpfleger Dora Solter Dame Anna Spengler Dame Erika Kirchhof Edit Storyline Schultze is a retired lignite miner living in an East German village and a passionate Polka musician on his accordion.
Taglines: It's never too late to re-tune your soul. Expand the sub menu TV. Expand the sub menu What To Watch. Expand the sub menu Music. Expand the sub menu Awards.
Expand the sub menu Video. Expand the sub menu Dirt. Expand the sub menu Digital. Expand the sub menu Theater. The story of a retired mineworker discovering the magic of American Blues which sends him on a personal, as well as actual journey into the heartland of America.
Amazing and mezmerizing, this movie is most definetly not for everyone, as it is a far cry from Hollywood cinema, being far too subtle, slow and simple.
Don't be fooled though, behind it's lighthearted touch breeds a heavy philosophy of self-discovery and love for all things beautiful and human.
Henrik S Super Reviewer. Jun 21, He is also an accomplished accordion player, and hopes to be in the running to win a trip to attend a music festival in Texas.
He performs traditional polkas but one night he has an epiphany while listening to Zydeco music on the radio The movie has great respect for its characters and small town life.
Walter M Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Jurgen: You're never too old for a revolution. Schultze: I'm surrounded by idiots! Frau Lorant: Now you have Time.
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The Masked Dancer. Chicago P. Finally, among his newly found friends he becomes very sick and presumably dies. Back in Teutschenthal a funeral is held for Schultze which turns into a decent and mildly happy celebration of his life: "Herr, lehre uns bedenken, dass wir alle einmal sterben müssen, auf das wir im Leben klug werden" — "Lord, teach us to understand we all have to die sometime, that we become wiser in our lives" Psalm 90, The Stockholm International Film Festival awarded Best Picture to "Schultze Gets the Blues", and Best Actor to Horst Krause.
The German Film Awards nominated Horst Krause for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. Natascha Tagwerk, the film's production designer and art director, was nominated for Best Production Design, and won the award.
Thankfully, the change in scenery does as much for the film as it does for its roly-poly protagonist. The American South can seem intoxicatingly exotic even to many Americans, and Schultze Gets The Blues excels at illustrating how simultaneously alien and seductive Texas must seem to a man accustomed to nothing but the grim, joyless monotony of mining life.
He begins, I think, not with burning ambition but with a simple love and concern for Schultze. He creates the character, watches him asleep on the sofa, and then follows a few steps behind as Schultze backs away from the dead end of retirement.
He begins his journey with a single step, as we know all journeys must begin, and arrives at last on a boat in the Gulf of Mexico, where not all journeys end, and where Schultze must be as surprised as his director to find himself.
Roger Ebert was the film critic of the Chicago Sun-Times from until his death in In , he won the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished criticism.
Rated PG for mild language. Horst Krause as Schultze. Harald Warmbrunn as Jurgen. Karl Fred Muller as Manfred. Ursula Schucht as Jurgen's Wife. Hannelore Schubert as Manfred's Wife.