Alleine im Schnee: Georg (Josef Hader) hat es zweifellos übertrieben! die "Wilde Maus", eine heruntergekommene Achterbahn, zu pachten. Dem ehemaligen Großkritiker Georg Endl gerät sein Leben durcheinander. Josef Hader hat mit»Wilde Maus«seinen ersten Film als. Das Leben, ein ewiges Auf und Ab: Mit dem finster-lakonischen Film "Wilde Maus" gibt Josef Hader sein Regie-Debüt im Berlinale-Wettbewerb.
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Als der jährige Wiener Musikkritiker Georg unvermittelt seinen Job verliert, verheimlicht er dies vor seiner Ehefrau Johanna und verlegt sich auf nächtliche Rachefeldzüge gegen seinen verhassten Ex-Boss. Von anfänglichen Sachbeschädigungen. Wilde Maus ist ein Spielfilm von Josef Hader aus dem Jahr Die österreichisch-deutsche Koproduktion kam in Österreich am Februar in die Kinos. site-web-creation.eu - Kaufen Sie Wilde Maus günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen. Alleine im Schnee: Georg (Josef Hader) hat es zweifellos übertrieben! die "Wilde Maus", eine heruntergekommene Achterbahn, zu pachten. Mehr Josef Hader als in "Wilde Maus" geht nicht: Für die Tragikomödie schrieb er das Drehbuch, führte Regie und spielte die Hauptrolle an der. Das Leben, ein ewiges Auf und Ab: Mit dem finster-lakonischen Film "Wilde Maus" gibt Josef Hader sein Regie-Debüt im Berlinale-Wettbewerb. Der Kabarettist Josef Hader debütiert in „Wilde Maus“ als Filmregisseur – in der Rolle eines arbeitslosen Musikkritikers.
Dem ehemaligen Großkritiker Georg Endl gerät sein Leben durcheinander. Josef Hader hat mit»Wilde Maus«seinen ersten Film als. Mehr Josef Hader als in "Wilde Maus" geht nicht: Für die Tragikomödie schrieb er das Drehbuch, führte Regie und spielte die Hauptrolle an der. Wilde Maus ist ein Spielfilm von Josef Hader aus dem Jahr Die österreichisch-deutsche Koproduktion kam in Österreich am Februar in die Kinos.
Spannend ist diese Achterbahn auch für Fans von Fahrgeschäften mit Tradition. Damals war das Fahrgeschäft noch aus Holz gebaut, die aktuelle Nachbildung ist aus Stahl.
Jeweils vier Personen passen in eine Kutsche des kurzweiligen Fahrgeschäfts, das von Münchner Schaustellerprofis betrieben wird. Ein cineastisches Denkmal hat der österreichische Künstler Josef Hader dieser kleinen, besonderen Achterbahn gesetzt.
OKtoberfest Map. Foto: Exithamster. Instead he pretends going to work whilst helping an old school chum to run a fair ground roller-coaster, the 'Wild Mouse'.
At the same time, he is taking feeble revenge on the chief editor who fired him by vandalizing his car. Exasperated by such pressures they might however, act irrationally and get themselves into a 'spot of trouble' with some hilariously funny outcomes.
I liked 'Wild Mouse' a lot and left the cinema smiling, whilst feeling quite reflective and slightly sad too.
I'd rate it four out of five or a little more. I didn't know anything about the film, hadn't even seen a trailer. So I made a bet with a friend before seeing the film: "Guess it's about Hader playing a pathetic yet friendly loser struggling with his life, but after all he makes it, and the ending will be hopeful, but still pessimistic.
I won. Hader is doing the Hader thing. This time he even wrote and directed the Hader thing himself. It is fun to watch, but it is hardly re-imaging what Hader could be.
I hope the next time he will step out of his comfort zone and try something truly different. Hader has worked on screenplays many times, also or especially on films he starred in, so this is nothing new for him.
However, many people were looking forward to this one because it was the very first time Hader also directed a film.
I myself was really only looking forward to it because Hader plays the main character and I quite like him usually, also in his Brenner films, the ones he is possibly most known for.
Still his recent portrayal of Stefan Zweig was also top-notch. Anyway, back to this one here. It is a very new film, premiered not too long ago in and also managed some awards recognition, also for Hader's work behind the camera and I cannot deny for a first time directorial effort it is quite a good achievement, even if Hader of course with his age mids , is in a really good position to make a convincing work with all the experience he has in front of the camera and also in writing.
So what is this film about. It is pretty difficult to summarize briefly because there is so much going on.
It is probably about a man who drastically has to change his life after losing his job and makes some good and some not so good decisions on the way.
The outcome is a film that works well for the most part. I thought the comedy was probably the very best thing here and there are some downright hilarious moments in here.
You will recognize them yourself, but let me just give you my favorite. It's when the central character talks to some brute and wants the guy to take care of an enemy.
The brute says something like "first his less valuable stuff gets smashed, then the more valuable stuff gets smashes, then he gets smashed".
It may not sound so funny, but it really was in that very scene. Or the police officer scene who is a huge fan of the central character. I also think that the script is pretty smart.
There are several moments when you can see the love to detail offered in here. One would be when they talk about one woman wanting to be pregnant and then we see the bus with the buggy sign on it and we see the woman enter she really wants to and the man asks her to drive home with him, but she doesn't, so he obviously does not enter the bus.
Or another example, the moment they really split up is when the housekeeper enters the room saying she will clean the bedroom now. There is some very subtle hilarity to these inclusions and it's a very intelligent film as well.
But even if the good outweighs the bad and Hader is pretty strong as usual, there are also some weaker components here, even if they are probably mostly subjective.
One would be the wife's affection with young men apparently, which felt a bit odd and unexpected, especially when she is asked to go to the concert and her reaction was in a way where I never thought she would really go there.
But the music there is also in such massive contrast to her husband's taste in music that it once again adds something pretty interesting to the film, even if it did not feel too authentic.
Another pretty ridiculous development was the revelation of who the protagonist's boss was actually dating. I also did not like the ending really that much when they are both in the car, but that's also subjective.
It was still a nice metaphor on moving on together. Now in reference to my title, I am referring to German comedies that include dramatic elements as well as comedic elements and also have several sequences about romance.
The first people you may think of here are Matthias Schweighöfer and Elyas M'Barek and honestly I think their stuff is so so bad and repetitive that it's almost painful to watch.
Til Schweiger can be mentioned as well, even if there is some okay work among his films from a decade ago or so. It's all the same.
Create conflict, show the protagonist as a troubled soul and how he fixes his life with the help of other people, usually a woman, then there is major conflict minutes before the end again after it seems solved and everything seems to collapse and then at the very end, it is all good again and everybody is pretty happy.