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Freaks steht für: Freaks (), US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm von Regisseur Tod Browning (); Freaks – Sie sehen aus wie wir. corelliproject.eu: Seit 2. September gibt es einen neuen deutschen Netflix-​Film auf der Streamingplattform. Ein richtiger Superheldenfilm. Freaks – Du bist eine von uns. 1 Std. 32 corelliproject.eundent-Filme. Eine kleinlaute Restaurantangestellte entdeckt dank eines kuriosen Landstreichers.

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In einer Welt, in der jeder Mensch mit Medikamenten vollgepumpt wird, versucht die junge Mutter Wendy, heimlich Medikamente abzusetzen, die sie von ihrer Ärztin verschrieben bekommen hat. Nachdem sie die Medikamente absetzt, erfährt sie etwas. Freaks – Du bist eine von uns ist ein deutscher Superheldenfilm des Regisseurs Felix Binder aus dem Jahr Der Film ist eine Kooperation des Kleinen. Freaks steht für: Freaks (), US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm von Regisseur Tod Browning (); Freaks – Sie sehen aus wie wir. Freaks - Sie sehen aus wie wir [dt./OV]. ()IMDb 6,71 Std. 45 Min. corelliproject.eu: Seit 2. September gibt es einen neuen deutschen Netflix-​Film auf der Streamingplattform. Ein richtiger Superheldenfilm. Freaks - Sie sehen aus wie wir ein Film von Zach Lipovsky und Adam B. Stein mit Emile Hirsch, Lexy Kolker. Inhaltsangabe: Ein Vater (Emile Hirsch) sperrt seine. Lediglich eine deutsche Produktion wie „Freaks – Du bist eine von uns“, die das Leben als Held*in in der deutschen Vorstadt erkundet, hat.

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Freaks steht für: Freaks (), US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm von Regisseur Tod Browning (); Freaks – Sie sehen aus wie wir. Freaks - Sie sehen aus wie wir [dt./OV]. ()IMDb 6,71 Std. 45 Min. Freaks - Sie sehen aus wie wir ein Film von Zach Lipovsky und Adam B. Stein mit Emile Hirsch, Lexy Kolker. Inhaltsangabe: Ein Vater (Emile Hirsch) sperrt seine.

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Rate This. A bold girl discovers a bizarre, threatening, and mysterious new world beyond her front door after she escapes her father's protective and paranoid control.

Directors: Zach Lipovsky , Adam B. Writers: Zach Lipovsky , Adam B. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Toronto International Film Festival Discovery.

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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Emile Hirsch Dad Bruce Dern Grandpa Grace Park Agent Ray Amanda Crew Mom Lexy Kolker Chloe Ava Telek Harper Reed Michelle Harrison Nancy Reed Matty Finochio Steven Reed Aleks Paunovic Robert Kraigen RJ Fetherstonhaugh Police Officer as R.

Fetherstonhaugh Kwesi Ameyaw News Host Ryan Beil Leo the Cook Reese Alexander Executioner Lee Shorten Edit Storyline A seven-year-old girl, Chloe, who lives with her father, was told that the outside world was dangerous and was spending lonely days in her house.

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Frequently Asked Questions Q: Is there going to be a second part of the movie? Frieda tells Hans not to blame himself for what happened and that she still loves him.

The two then share a heartwarming hug and it is presumed that they continue their relationship. Film critic Melvin Matthews has interpreted Freaks within the context of the Great Depression , writing that it "is essentially a story of the little people average Americans versus the big people the rich and businessmen.

The film makes it clear that the big people, personified by Cleopatra and Hercules, scorn the Freaks. Such a disdainful attitude was reflected in the real-life social outlook of some business tycoons during the Depression.

What does it mean to be 'one of us'? The chilling horror of the chant 'one of us' reveals why the freak show persists.

In the book Midnight Movies , critics J. Hoberman and Jonathan Rosenbaum compare Freaks to Gold Diggers of , writing that the former is "almost literally dealing with the same thing [class disparity] Freaks is asking a Depression audience to identify not with the Beautiful People, but with sideshow mutations, a total underclass.

The film's depiction of people with disabilities has been a significant point of analysis amongst film critics and scholars. Towlson also notes that the freaks' everyday interactions with the able-bodied sideshow performers, such as Phroso, Roscoe, and Venus, further blurs the distinction between the able-bodied and disabled members of the circus, and that the physically beautiful characters—such as trapeze artist Cleopatra—are the ones who are vindictive and immoral.

Angela Smith, a scholar of film and disability, similarly notes that Freaks presents numerous scenes in which the freaks engage in routine and ordinary domestic behavior.

Browning's ambiguity on this point only enhances the film's unsettling properties. Though widely considered a horror film, some critics, such as John Thomas and Raymond Durgnat , have noted that Freaks does not fully embody the genre.

Certainly it is macabre But the point is that Freaks is not really a horror film at all, though it contains some horrifying sequences.

Film-studies scholar Joan Hawkins describes the evolution of how the film's genre was perceived, noting that it "started as a mainstream horror film that migrated into the exploitation arena before finally being recuperated as an avant-garde or art project".

Browning declined, preferring to develop Freaks , a project he had started as early as ; Browning had worked with a traveling carnival prior to becoming a filmmaker.

Also featured were the intersex Josephine Joseph, with her left-right divided gender; [41] Johnny Eck, the legless man, who was scouted for the role while performing in Montreal ; [42] the completely limbless Prince Randian also known as The Human Torso and miscredited as "Rardion" ; [43] Elizabeth Green the Stork Woman ; and Koo-Koo the Bird Girl, who had Virchow-Seckel syndrome or bird-headed dwarfism and is most remembered for the scene wherein she dances on the table.

Freaks began principal photography in November , [b] with a day shooting schedule. Tod Browning, I loved him. He say, "I want to make a picture with you, Olga Baclanova Now I show you with whom you are going to play.

But don't faint. First I meet the midget and he adores me because we speak German and he's from Germany.

Then he shows me the girl that's like an orangutan; then a man who has a head but no legs, no nothing, just a head and a body like an egg.

Then he shows me a boy who walks on his hands because he was born without feet. He shows me little by little and I could not look.

I wanted to cry when I saw them. They have such nice faces, but it is so terrible Now, after we start the picture, I like them all so much.

During the shoot, the film had already begun to draw disgusted reactions, resulting in MGM segregating the film's cast and crew to a separate cafeteria so that "people could get to eat in the commissary without throwing up".

In January , MGM held test screenings of the film which proved disastrous: Art director Merrill Pye recalled that "Halfway through the preview, a lot of people got up and ran out.

They didn't walk out. They ran out. The truncated version—now only 64 minutes long—had its premiere at the Fox Criterion in Los Angeles on February 12, Despite the extensive cuts, the film was still negatively received by moviegoers, and remained an object of extreme controversy amongst the public upon initial release.

They have their lives, too! A number of reviews were not only highly critical of the film, but expressed outrage and revulsion.

Moffitt wrote, "There is no excuse for this picture. It took a weak mind to produce it and it takes a strong stomach to look at it. Here the story is not sufficiently strong to get and hold the interest, partly because interest cannot easily be gained for too fantastic a romance.

And only in such a case will the story appeal. While a significant number of reviews were unfavorable, the film was well-received by some: The New York Times called it "excellent at times and horrible, in the strict meaning of the word, at others" as well as "a picture not to be easily forgotten".

In Freaks there are monstrosities such as never before have been known. If you are normal go and see them for yourself, if not, well, use your own judgment.

John Mosher of The New Yorker wrote a favorable review, calling it "a little gem" that "stands in a class by itself, and probably won't be forgotten in a hurry by those who see it".

He found its "perfectly plausible story" a key to the effectiveness of its horror, writing that "It's a chilling notion to imagine these weird beings, with their own lives and vanities and passions, all allied in a bitter enmity against us.

They may hereafter even be regarded in the flesh with a new dread bordering on respect. In the mid-late 20th century, Freaks began to garner critical reassessment after developing a cult following in Europe, and was subject to renewed praise by critics and audiences.

Critic Kim Newman suggests that the film's warmer reception amongst mid-lateth-century audiences was partly due to the term "freak" having taken on a more positive connotation, as something to be celebrated rather than reviled; Newman also adds that the film "shows obvious fondness for its carny cast".

It is macabre and disturbing, but Browning chose to humanize the deformed characters at the movie's shadowy center, not to demonize them. Film critic Mark Kermode awarded the film four out of five stars in a review, noting that, "today, Browning's sympathies are clear; if there are 'freaks' on display here, they are not the versatile performers to whom the title seems to allude".

Its consensus reads, "Time has been kind to this horror legend: Freaks manages to frighten, shock, and even touch viewers in ways that contemporary viewers missed.

Freaks is now widely considered among director Browning's best films. In , Freaks was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry , which preserves "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" films.

It is a supreme oddity freak? Several sequences in the film have been noted for their lasting cultural impact, particularly the freaks' climactic revenge sequence, which was ranked 15th on Bravo TV 's list of the Scariest Movie Moments.

Club describing it as "the film's greatest cultural legacy Freaks has inspired two unofficial remakes: She Freak and Freakshow The song "Pinhead" by the punk-rock band Ramones was inspired by Freaks , which the band saw in Cleveland, Ohio after their gig was cancelled.

Joey Ramone's brother Mickey Leigh said that the line "Gabba Gabba Hey" was specifically taken from the scene where "the midget groom does a dance on the banquet table and sings 'Gobble gobble, we accept you, one of us' to his bride.

The song was featured on their album Leave Home. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Willis Goldbeck Leon Gordon.

Release date. Running time. The pin-heads, the half-man, half-woman, the dwarfs! They have the same passions, joys, sorrows, laughter as normal human beings.

Is such a subject untouchable? Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles, California. February 7, British Board of Film Classification.

August 13, Retrieved July 19, October The Telegraph. September 15, Archived from the original on July 24, The New York Times. November 15, Retrieved October 2, Library of Congress, Washington, D.

The Sedalia Democrat. Sedalia, Missouri. February 21, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. Archived from the original on December 7, February 5, Archived from the original on November 9, Archived from the original on March 25, Turner Classic Movies.

Archived from the original on December 30, Variety : Archived from the original on September 16, New York City, New York.

Freaks – Du bist eine von uns. 1 Std. 32 corelliproject.eundent-Filme. Eine kleinlaute Restaurantangestellte entdeckt dank eines kuriosen Landstreichers.

Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A bold girl discovers a bizarre, threatening, and mysterious new world beyond her front door after she escapes her father's protective and paranoid control.

Directors: Zach Lipovsky , Adam B. Writers: Zach Lipovsky , Adam B. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Toronto International Film Festival Discovery.

Sci fiction and mystery movies to watch. Share this Rating Title: Freaks 6. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin.

Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Emile Hirsch Dad Bruce Dern Grandpa Grace Park Agent Ray Amanda Crew Mom Lexy Kolker Chloe Ava Telek Harper Reed Michelle Harrison Nancy Reed Matty Finochio Steven Reed Aleks Paunovic Robert Kraigen RJ Fetherstonhaugh Police Officer as R.

Fetherstonhaugh Kwesi Ameyaw News Host Ryan Beil Leo the Cook Reese Alexander Executioner Lee Shorten Edit Storyline A seven-year-old girl, Chloe, who lives with her father, was told that the outside world was dangerous and was spending lonely days in her house.

Edit Did You Know? Crazy Credits the title isn't shown until the end. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this.

Frequently Asked Questions Q: Is there going to be a second part of the movie? Country: Canada USA. Language: English. Runtime: min. In the book Midnight Movies , critics J.

Hoberman and Jonathan Rosenbaum compare Freaks to Gold Diggers of , writing that the former is "almost literally dealing with the same thing [class disparity] Freaks is asking a Depression audience to identify not with the Beautiful People, but with sideshow mutations, a total underclass.

The film's depiction of people with disabilities has been a significant point of analysis amongst film critics and scholars.

Towlson also notes that the freaks' everyday interactions with the able-bodied sideshow performers, such as Phroso, Roscoe, and Venus, further blurs the distinction between the able-bodied and disabled members of the circus, and that the physically beautiful characters—such as trapeze artist Cleopatra—are the ones who are vindictive and immoral.

Angela Smith, a scholar of film and disability, similarly notes that Freaks presents numerous scenes in which the freaks engage in routine and ordinary domestic behavior.

Browning's ambiguity on this point only enhances the film's unsettling properties. Though widely considered a horror film, some critics, such as John Thomas and Raymond Durgnat , have noted that Freaks does not fully embody the genre.

Certainly it is macabre But the point is that Freaks is not really a horror film at all, though it contains some horrifying sequences.

Film-studies scholar Joan Hawkins describes the evolution of how the film's genre was perceived, noting that it "started as a mainstream horror film that migrated into the exploitation arena before finally being recuperated as an avant-garde or art project".

Browning declined, preferring to develop Freaks , a project he had started as early as ; Browning had worked with a traveling carnival prior to becoming a filmmaker.

Also featured were the intersex Josephine Joseph, with her left-right divided gender; [41] Johnny Eck, the legless man, who was scouted for the role while performing in Montreal ; [42] the completely limbless Prince Randian also known as The Human Torso and miscredited as "Rardion" ; [43] Elizabeth Green the Stork Woman ; and Koo-Koo the Bird Girl, who had Virchow-Seckel syndrome or bird-headed dwarfism and is most remembered for the scene wherein she dances on the table.

Freaks began principal photography in November , [b] with a day shooting schedule. Tod Browning, I loved him. He say, "I want to make a picture with you, Olga Baclanova Now I show you with whom you are going to play.

But don't faint. First I meet the midget and he adores me because we speak German and he's from Germany. Then he shows me the girl that's like an orangutan; then a man who has a head but no legs, no nothing, just a head and a body like an egg.

Then he shows me a boy who walks on his hands because he was born without feet. He shows me little by little and I could not look.

I wanted to cry when I saw them. They have such nice faces, but it is so terrible Now, after we start the picture, I like them all so much.

During the shoot, the film had already begun to draw disgusted reactions, resulting in MGM segregating the film's cast and crew to a separate cafeteria so that "people could get to eat in the commissary without throwing up".

In January , MGM held test screenings of the film which proved disastrous: Art director Merrill Pye recalled that "Halfway through the preview, a lot of people got up and ran out.

They didn't walk out. They ran out. The truncated version—now only 64 minutes long—had its premiere at the Fox Criterion in Los Angeles on February 12, Despite the extensive cuts, the film was still negatively received by moviegoers, and remained an object of extreme controversy amongst the public upon initial release.

They have their lives, too! A number of reviews were not only highly critical of the film, but expressed outrage and revulsion. Moffitt wrote, "There is no excuse for this picture.

It took a weak mind to produce it and it takes a strong stomach to look at it. Here the story is not sufficiently strong to get and hold the interest, partly because interest cannot easily be gained for too fantastic a romance.

And only in such a case will the story appeal. While a significant number of reviews were unfavorable, the film was well-received by some: The New York Times called it "excellent at times and horrible, in the strict meaning of the word, at others" as well as "a picture not to be easily forgotten".

In Freaks there are monstrosities such as never before have been known. If you are normal go and see them for yourself, if not, well, use your own judgment.

John Mosher of The New Yorker wrote a favorable review, calling it "a little gem" that "stands in a class by itself, and probably won't be forgotten in a hurry by those who see it".

He found its "perfectly plausible story" a key to the effectiveness of its horror, writing that "It's a chilling notion to imagine these weird beings, with their own lives and vanities and passions, all allied in a bitter enmity against us.

They may hereafter even be regarded in the flesh with a new dread bordering on respect. In the mid-late 20th century, Freaks began to garner critical reassessment after developing a cult following in Europe, and was subject to renewed praise by critics and audiences.

Critic Kim Newman suggests that the film's warmer reception amongst mid-lateth-century audiences was partly due to the term "freak" having taken on a more positive connotation, as something to be celebrated rather than reviled; Newman also adds that the film "shows obvious fondness for its carny cast".

It is macabre and disturbing, but Browning chose to humanize the deformed characters at the movie's shadowy center, not to demonize them. Film critic Mark Kermode awarded the film four out of five stars in a review, noting that, "today, Browning's sympathies are clear; if there are 'freaks' on display here, they are not the versatile performers to whom the title seems to allude".

Its consensus reads, "Time has been kind to this horror legend: Freaks manages to frighten, shock, and even touch viewers in ways that contemporary viewers missed.

Freaks is now widely considered among director Browning's best films. In , Freaks was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry , which preserves "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" films.

It is a supreme oddity freak? Several sequences in the film have been noted for their lasting cultural impact, particularly the freaks' climactic revenge sequence, which was ranked 15th on Bravo TV 's list of the Scariest Movie Moments.

Club describing it as "the film's greatest cultural legacy Freaks has inspired two unofficial remakes: She Freak and Freakshow The song "Pinhead" by the punk-rock band Ramones was inspired by Freaks , which the band saw in Cleveland, Ohio after their gig was cancelled.

Joey Ramone's brother Mickey Leigh said that the line "Gabba Gabba Hey" was specifically taken from the scene where "the midget groom does a dance on the banquet table and sings 'Gobble gobble, we accept you, one of us' to his bride.

The song was featured on their album Leave Home. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Willis Goldbeck Leon Gordon. Release date.

Running time. The pin-heads, the half-man, half-woman, the dwarfs! They have the same passions, joys, sorrows, laughter as normal human beings.

Is such a subject untouchable? Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles, California. February 7, British Board of Film Classification.

August 13, Retrieved July 19, October The Telegraph. September 15, Archived from the original on July 24, The New York Times.

November 15, Retrieved October 2, Library of Congress, Washington, D. The Sedalia Democrat. Sedalia, Missouri. February 21, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

Archived from the original on December 7, February 5, Archived from the original on November 9, Archived from the original on March 25, Turner Classic Movies.

Archived from the original on December 30, Variety : Archived from the original on September 16, New York City, New York.

July 9, Archived from the original on October 7, Retrieved June 21, July 16, The New Yorker. The Wall Street Journal.

Archived from the original on March 30,

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