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Dieser Beitrag wurde veröffentlicht in National und gekennzeichnet mit Barcelona, Christian Pflügl, EM , Eva Maria Gradwohl, Florian Prüller, Linz,​. Live Stream ist ein deutscher Mittellangfilm aus dem Jahr mit Matthias Brandt und Anna Maria Mühe. Er feierte seine Premiere beim Filmfestival Max. Mit der Initiative Lieferkettengesetz konnte Germanwatch in den vergangenen Monaten wirksame Impulse setzen und die politische Debatte in Deutschland.

Best Costume Design for Patricia Norris. Best Sound Presentation for Michael J. Sir Arthur C. Clarke appears as a man on a park bench outside the White House which is out-of-frame in the pan-and-scan version, but visible in the letterboxed and widescreen versions.

It may well be the only sequel in movie history that was designed to explain the plot of its predecessor Unfortunately, you really can't judge the film on its own merit.

Its existence is inextricably tied to Stanley Kubrick's legendary masterpiece. Any positive attributes ' The Year We Make Contact' may have are unavoidably overshadowed by comparison to its predecessor.

There's just no two ways around it. As the direct sequel to one of the greatest motion pictures ever made, quite frankly, ' The Year We Make Contact' cannot in no way be compared to ' A Space Odyssey,' it must stand on its own merit.

The fault for that lies mainly with author Sir Arthur C. If a few of the sub-plots had been changed around a bit, the movie is a mostly faithful adaptation of Sir Arthur C.

When Sir Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick collaborated back in , the results were a fusion of each man's strengths as a storyteller: Sir Arthur C.

Clarke's background in hard science fiction and his grounding in plausible scientific speculation, with Stanley Kubrick's visionary artistry and mind-bending flights of imagination.

The sequels the author penned four books in the series are purely Sir Arthur C. Clarke's doing, and suffer from the lack of Stanley Kubrick's perspective.

That's not to say that Sir Arthur C. Clarke was an inferior storyteller to Stanley Kubrick. Their collaboration on ' A Space Odyssey' produced something beautiful and transcendent.

At the end of ' A Space Odyssey,' the human race had encountered the single most important event in its history, and was quite possibly poised at the brink of an evolutionary jump forward.

As ' The Year We Make Contact' picks up, we learn that basically nothing has happened in the following nine years.

In fact, the mysterious monolith and the intelligence behind it don't seem to have much interest in Earth or humanity at all. The film opens with a stream of facts and data that recap the discovery of the monolith and the first mission to Jupiter.

In this alternate timeline, the U. While their governments squabble over an escalating conflict in Central America, the American and Soviet scientific communities decide to launch a joint mission out to Jupiter.

Their plan is to board the derelict spaceship Discovery and find out exactly what went wrong the last time. The Soviets can get there faster, but only the Americans can reactivate and repair HAL , and so they need each other.

Leading the expedition are Dr. Heywood Floyd [Roy Scheider taking over from William Sylvester] and the Russian captain Tanya Kirbuk [Dame Helen Mirren] who I felt was misplaced, as well as not very convincing and should of instead had a Russian actress taken her place.

Clarke was a strict literalist. The brilliance of ' A Space Odyssey' lay in its open-ended nature, the fact that it opened the door for ideas that each audience member would have to interpret for him- or herself.

It attempts to provide rational, understandable explanations to the images and plot developments that were intended to represent concepts beyond humanity's comprehension.

Well, here you go. Personally, I find it more interesting to ponder those things on my own, especially when the explanations that Sir Arthur C.

Clarke comes up with are so simplistic and mundane. Clarke's story with workmanlike competence and efficiency. The film has strong performances from the cast and solid production values for the '80s sci-fi flick.

The model and miniature effects are quite excellent and hold up very well. However, optically they have dated really badly and some of the compositing work is downright terrible, especially using video screens, whereas the ' A Space Odyssey' video technology was so far more advanced and still stands out today.

Anyway Peter Hyams stages several moments of nail-biting suspense, including the aero braking sequence and a breathless spacewalk between the Russian craft Leonov and the Discovery.

I have to admit disappointment that he falls back on that old crutch of using sound in the vacuum of outer space which Kubrick went out of his way to avoid.

Nevertheless, I think it's safe to say that ' The Year We Make Contact' is the best film that Peter Hyams ever made, even if that's not much of a complement considering some of the dregs he's churned out in the years since.

For what it is, the film's script is intelligently written and has some thought-provoking ideas. The depiction of the future year of misses the mark in a few respects like the Soviet Union still being around, or the preponderance of all those bulky CRT computer monitors , but is a fairly credible extension of the world created in Stanley Kubrick's film.

But sadly it's not a worthy follow-up to '' A Space Odyssey. Clarke, for his part, was receptive when a nervous Peter Hyams sent him the screenplay.

However, Sir Arthur C. Clarke added, "I'll say right away that it's a splendid job and you have brilliantly chiselled out the basic elements of the novel, besides adding quite a few of your own.

Clarke's work. Unlike its predecessor, the majority of '' wasn't shot on 65mm film, just regular 35mm.

Furthermore, director Peter Hyams performs double-duty as cinematographer on all of his films. His preferred visual style is dark and grainy.

He favours source lighting and high-speed film stocks. You'll find a consistently drab appearance among most of his other films ['Timecop,' 'The Relic' and 'End of Days'].

The p transfer is at the mercy of its source material. Presented in its theatrical 2. Colours appear accurate, but aren't particularly noteworthy.

Contrast wavers; a lot of shots had their exposure pushed in the lab, elevating black levels and grain.

Accepting that, the Blu-ray is certainly a substantial improvement over the inferior NTSC DVD edition released with a cruddy non-anamorphic letterbox transfer back in Although fairly soft due to the lighting and use of photographic filters, the picture has a decent amount of detail and exhibits no signs of Digital Noise Reduction or artificial sharpening.

The special effects footage which was shot on 65mm by an entirely different crew than the live action scenes looks terrific.

The model shots are as sharp, clear, and well-lit as you could hope. If anything, the contrast between the two types of scene is a little jarring, but that's just the way the film is.

The p encoding has a few minor issues. The grain isn't always well-compressed, and sometimes comes across noisy or blocky. I also noticed some colour banding on the flat surface of the monolith.

Still, overall, this transfer is about as good as I'd ever expect for ' The Year We Make Contact' to look in high definition. Now that ' A Space Odyssey' has now been remastered and brought out as a Limited Edition SteelBook Blu-ray release, it is now time Warner Home Video also brought out a remastered ' The Year We Make Contact' Special Edition, as it is crying out for one and then the two films will be complete for another generation.

For its vintage, this is an interesting sound design, even if fidelity and aggressiveness aren't quite up to modern standards.

The Blu-ray offers the soundtrack in 5. Dialogue sounds a little flat, but the music especially Strauss's Also Sprach Zarathustra has nice body and depth.

The film features some very loud, shocking sound effects. The aero braking sequence is an auditory highlight with pretty intense bass action guaranteed to get your subwoofer rumbling.

Even though the movie played in 70mm theatrical engagements with a 6-track audio mix, the 5. Whether that's inherent to the original sound design it wouldn't surprise me or an issue with the conversion to 5.

The short piece doesn't go into much depth, but does offer some quick interviews with visual futurist Syd Mead, production designers who stress the importance of a utilitarian style in the sets , and SFX people.

It's kind of amazing to see that Sir Arthur C. Clarke and director Peter Hyams were essentially communicating by E-mail via a very primitive "computer link-up" all the way back in Around that time, they thought it was on the cutting edge with computer technology.

This includes makeup for Keir Dullea's character, how the astronauts float in space, and the construction of the spaceship in which the astronauts carry out their mission.

The vehicle is so large; the two largest sound stages on the M-G-M lot were used to construct it. Narrated by William Rus. Theatrical Trailer [] [[i] [] This pan and scan trailer is in pretty lousy condition and cannot understand why they could not do the same aspect ratio as the actual film, this is a very bad unprofessional attitude of Warner Home Video.

Finally, ' The Year We Make Contact' is a film simultaneously underrated and not nearly as good as it should have been.

If you can try to divorce your expectations from any comparison to ' A Space Odyssey,' it's a solid '80s sci-fi adventure.

Unfortunately, it is a sequel to ' A Space Odyssey' and on that mark it sort of fails. Despite this, it is still a good companion Blu-ray to the previous awesome film, but what lets it down is the video screens, at least with ' A Space Odyssey,' the technology was much more far advanced looking and is still today after 50 years since its release in the cinema and I think that aspect lets the film look slightly old fashioned.

Despite this anomaly the Blu-ray looks and sounds about as good as the film can look or sound, and is still worth a recommendation, despite not coming anywhere near the very high standards of ' A Space Odyssey' which we were hoping to see when ' The Year We Make Contact' was released in the cinema.

Again, still despite this, it is still a worthy addition to ' A Space Odyssey' and I am very honoured to have it in my Blu-ray Collection. Highly Recommended!

Andrew C. Nice to have a "sequel" to It's quite obvious it is not a Kubrick film. RIP Stanley Kubrick. But still interesting to watch.

If they could've kept it more inline with how Kubrick first envisioned the film and his artistry it would have been magical Though good, and some of Kubrick's elements were true to the original film I feel with this the artistry of Kubrick was lost, but then See all reviews.

Top reviews from other countries. I can't explain why I keep coming back to it as it really isn't perfect Hmmm Discuss!

So a sequel ought to be interesting? I vaguely remember seeing this also in the cinema, and not being terribly impressed, but some 37 years later, maybe my opinion will change?

Sadly it hasn't changed at all. Of course there are good bits, puzzling bits and downright odd bits, but the overall feeling I got How could Peter Hyams get it so wrong?

He wrote screenplay, produced and directed as was his wont , so he only has himself to blame. I am aware that like the film this divides opinions enormously, and discussion and exchanges of opinions reading 5 star reviews is fun and interesting, but whether anyone will ever read this is debatable.

So to access subtitles I have to fiddle around with my remote, and as for the xtras - where are they. Does any other reviewer find this a worry.

It does seem to be mostly Warner Home Video, but whoever is responsible NO Not in this day and age. This is one of those films where you will really just have to decide if you want it and go for it.

Love it. Hate it. You decide P. John Lithgow has yet to develop his amazing persona. I was never a massive fan of , frankly it freaked me out!

I found it an interesting, thoughtful film. Slow paced, the way it should be, with spikes of action and lows of sadness but with a sense of hope.

It's certainly not for everyone. It takes place 9 years obviously after and a joint American and Soviet crew are sent to Jupiter to find out what went wrong with the U.

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I found it funny that I knew of him as a captain of a boat that hunts a giant shark in Jaws, and here he is captaining a crew to hunt the lost voyage of a prior expedition in space.

Helen Mirren plays a Russian crewmate which is where the politics of the space race is also tied into the story, showing its age and also reasons for popularity or release in the 80s.

In a sequence where he goes out into space with another crewmate, he cannot breathe normally as instructed by the captain. He starts breathing really shallow and at a rapid pace, which for some reason someone on the film thought would be best laid out to play over the entire scene and every other one that is cut into it.

It becomes quite irritating to listen to what sounds like a panting dog for nearly 10 minutes, but otherwise the film is really well-crafted for the time.

Overall, this is a pretty good sequel and entry into the science fiction genre. It's not for everyone, but I'd say it largely benefits from the classic film before it by giving it very significant context.

Otherwise, it's a fairly standard film that you see the likes of still today and doesn't particularly hold up in any particular way.

If you're interested in continuing your voyage after Kubrick's or are going through the discography of many of this film's great actors, this film is worth watching for the right price.

I definitely want to read the books now seeing how this story has continued and added even more thought-provoking concepts. Case came in great condition with a Blu-ray disc that contains only 1 very dated behind-the-scenes Special Feature.

A new time, a new odyssey, a new chance to confront enigmas arising from the daring Jupiter mission of Crew members aboard the Leonov will rendezvous with the still-orbiting Discovery.

And their fate will rest on the silicon shoulders of the computer they reawaken, HAL Based on Arthur C. Best Makeup for Michael Westmore. Best Visual Effects.

Best Costume Design for Patricia Norris. Best Sound Presentation for Michael J. Sir Arthur C. Clarke appears as a man on a park bench outside the White House which is out-of-frame in the pan-and-scan version, but visible in the letterboxed and widescreen versions.

It may well be the only sequel in movie history that was designed to explain the plot of its predecessor Unfortunately, you really can't judge the film on its own merit.

Its existence is inextricably tied to Stanley Kubrick's legendary masterpiece. Any positive attributes ' The Year We Make Contact' may have are unavoidably overshadowed by comparison to its predecessor.

There's just no two ways around it. As the direct sequel to one of the greatest motion pictures ever made, quite frankly, ' The Year We Make Contact' cannot in no way be compared to ' A Space Odyssey,' it must stand on its own merit.

The fault for that lies mainly with author Sir Arthur C. If a few of the sub-plots had been changed around a bit, the movie is a mostly faithful adaptation of Sir Arthur C.

When Sir Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick collaborated back in , the results were a fusion of each man's strengths as a storyteller: Sir Arthur C.

Clarke's background in hard science fiction and his grounding in plausible scientific speculation, with Stanley Kubrick's visionary artistry and mind-bending flights of imagination.

The sequels the author penned four books in the series are purely Sir Arthur C. Clarke's doing, and suffer from the lack of Stanley Kubrick's perspective.

That's not to say that Sir Arthur C. Clarke was an inferior storyteller to Stanley Kubrick. Their collaboration on ' A Space Odyssey' produced something beautiful and transcendent.

At the end of ' A Space Odyssey,' the human race had encountered the single most important event in its history, and was quite possibly poised at the brink of an evolutionary jump forward.

As ' The Year We Make Contact' picks up, we learn that basically nothing has happened in the following nine years. In fact, the mysterious monolith and the intelligence behind it don't seem to have much interest in Earth or humanity at all.

The film opens with a stream of facts and data that recap the discovery of the monolith and the first mission to Jupiter.

In this alternate timeline, the U. While their governments squabble over an escalating conflict in Central America, the American and Soviet scientific communities decide to launch a joint mission out to Jupiter.

Their plan is to board the derelict spaceship Discovery and find out exactly what went wrong the last time.

The Soviets can get there faster, but only the Americans can reactivate and repair HAL , and so they need each other.

Leading the expedition are Dr. Heywood Floyd [Roy Scheider taking over from William Sylvester] and the Russian captain Tanya Kirbuk [Dame Helen Mirren] who I felt was misplaced, as well as not very convincing and should of instead had a Russian actress taken her place.

Clarke was a strict literalist. The brilliance of ' A Space Odyssey' lay in its open-ended nature, the fact that it opened the door for ideas that each audience member would have to interpret for him- or herself.

It attempts to provide rational, understandable explanations to the images and plot developments that were intended to represent concepts beyond humanity's comprehension.

Well, here you go. Personally, I find it more interesting to ponder those things on my own, especially when the explanations that Sir Arthur C.

Clarke comes up with are so simplistic and mundane. Clarke's story with workmanlike competence and efficiency. The film has strong performances from the cast and solid production values for the '80s sci-fi flick.

The model and miniature effects are quite excellent and hold up very well. However, optically they have dated really badly and some of the compositing work is downright terrible, especially using video screens, whereas the ' A Space Odyssey' video technology was so far more advanced and still stands out today.

Anyway Peter Hyams stages several moments of nail-biting suspense, including the aero braking sequence and a breathless spacewalk between the Russian craft Leonov and the Discovery.

I have to admit disappointment that he falls back on that old crutch of using sound in the vacuum of outer space which Kubrick went out of his way to avoid.

Nevertheless, I think it's safe to say that ' The Year We Make Contact' is the best film that Peter Hyams ever made, even if that's not much of a complement considering some of the dregs he's churned out in the years since.

For what it is, the film's script is intelligently written and has some thought-provoking ideas. The depiction of the future year of misses the mark in a few respects like the Soviet Union still being around, or the preponderance of all those bulky CRT computer monitors , but is a fairly credible extension of the world created in Stanley Kubrick's film.

But sadly it's not a worthy follow-up to '' A Space Odyssey. Clarke, for his part, was receptive when a nervous Peter Hyams sent him the screenplay.

However, Sir Arthur C. Clarke added, "I'll say right away that it's a splendid job and you have brilliantly chiselled out the basic elements of the novel, besides adding quite a few of your own.

Clarke's work. Unlike its predecessor, the majority of '' wasn't shot on 65mm film, just regular 35mm. Furthermore, director Peter Hyams performs double-duty as cinematographer on all of his films.

His preferred visual style is dark and grainy. He favours source lighting and high-speed film stocks.

You'll find a consistently drab appearance among most of his other films ['Timecop,' 'The Relic' and 'End of Days'].

The p transfer is at the mercy of its source material. Presented in its theatrical 2. Colours appear accurate, but aren't particularly noteworthy.

Contrast wavers; a lot of shots had their exposure pushed in the lab, elevating black levels and grain.

Accepting that, the Blu-ray is certainly a substantial improvement over the inferior NTSC DVD edition released with a cruddy non-anamorphic letterbox transfer back in Although fairly soft due to the lighting and use of photographic filters, the picture has a decent amount of detail and exhibits no signs of Digital Noise Reduction or artificial sharpening.

The special effects footage which was shot on 65mm by an entirely different crew than the live action scenes looks terrific.

The model shots are as sharp, clear, and well-lit as you could hope. If anything, the contrast between the two types of scene is a little jarring, but that's just the way the film is.

The p encoding has a few minor issues. The grain isn't always well-compressed, and sometimes comes across noisy or blocky. I also noticed some colour banding on the flat surface of the monolith.

Still, overall, this transfer is about as good as I'd ever expect for ' The Year We Make Contact' to look in high definition.

Now that ' A Space Odyssey' has now been remastered and brought out as a Limited Edition SteelBook Blu-ray release, it is now time Warner Home Video also brought out a remastered ' The Year We Make Contact' Special Edition, as it is crying out for one and then the two films will be complete for another generation.

For its vintage, this is an interesting sound design, even if fidelity and aggressiveness aren't quite up to modern standards.

The Blu-ray offers the soundtrack in 5. Dialogue sounds a little flat, but the music especially Strauss's Also Sprach Zarathustra has nice body and depth.

The film features some very loud, shocking sound effects. The aero braking sequence is an auditory highlight with pretty intense bass action guaranteed to get your subwoofer rumbling.

Even though the movie played in 70mm theatrical engagements with a 6-track audio mix, the 5. Whether that's inherent to the original sound design it wouldn't surprise me or an issue with the conversion to 5.

The short piece doesn't go into much depth, but does offer some quick interviews with visual futurist Syd Mead, production designers who stress the importance of a utilitarian style in the sets , and SFX people.

It's kind of amazing to see that Sir Arthur C. Clarke and director Peter Hyams were essentially communicating by E-mail via a very primitive "computer link-up" all the way back in Around that time, they thought it was on the cutting edge with computer technology.

This includes makeup for Keir Dullea's character, how the astronauts float in space, and the construction of the spaceship in which the astronauts carry out their mission.

The vehicle is so large; the two largest sound stages on the M-G-M lot were used to construct it. Narrated by William Rus. Theatrical Trailer [] [[i] [] This pan and scan trailer is in pretty lousy condition and cannot understand why they could not do the same aspect ratio as the actual film, this is a very bad unprofessional attitude of Warner Home Video.

Finally, ' The Year We Make Contact' is a film simultaneously underrated and not nearly as good as it should have been. If you can try to divorce your expectations from any comparison to ' A Space Odyssey,' it's a solid '80s sci-fi adventure.

Unfortunately, it is a sequel to ' A Space Odyssey' and on that mark it sort of fails. Despite this, it is still a good companion Blu-ray to the previous awesome film, but what lets it down is the video screens, at least with ' A Space Odyssey,' the technology was much more far advanced looking and is still today after 50 years since its release in the cinema and I think that aspect lets the film look slightly old fashioned.

Despite this anomaly the Blu-ray looks and sounds about as good as the film can look or sound, and is still worth a recommendation, despite not coming anywhere near the very high standards of ' A Space Odyssey' which we were hoping to see when ' The Year We Make Contact' was released in the cinema.

Again, still despite this, it is still a worthy addition to ' A Space Odyssey' and I am very honoured to have it in my Blu-ray Collection. Highly Recommended!

Andrew C. Nice to have a "sequel" to It's quite obvious it is not a Kubrick film. RIP Stanley Kubrick. But still interesting to watch.

If they could've kept it more inline with how Kubrick first envisioned the film and his artistry it would have been magical Though good, and some of Kubrick's elements were true to the original film I feel with this the artistry of Kubrick was lost, but then See all reviews.

Top reviews from other countries. I can't explain why I keep coming back to it as it really isn't perfect Hmmm Discuss!

So a sequel ought to be interesting? I vaguely remember seeing this also in the cinema, and not being terribly impressed, but some 37 years later, maybe my opinion will change?

Sadly it hasn't changed at all. Of course there are good bits, puzzling bits and downright odd bits, but the overall feeling I got Destruction , Physics , Voxel , Sandbox.

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