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Gegenwart trifft auf Vergangenheit: Christian Petzold verlegt Anna Seghers Exilroman "Transit" ins heutige Marseille und erzählt von Menschen. In seinem neuen, auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Anna Seghers beruhenden Film TRANSIT transferiert Christian Petzold die Geschichte. Anna Seghers schilderte in „Transit“ die Not der deutschen Emigranten. Christian Petzolds Film übersetzt den Roman in unsere Gegenwart.

Film Transit Die Gefühle stecken im Jetzt fest

Um Haaresbreite entgeht Georg in Paris im Jahr einer Verhaftung durch die Nazis und somit der Deportation in ein Arbeitslager. Zufällig kommt er an die Papiere des verstorbenen Schriftstellers Weidel. Unter dessen Identität flieht er nach. Petzold widmete Transit dem befreundeten Filmemacher Harun Farocki (–​). Der Film wurde am Februar im Wettbewerb der Berlinale. TRANSIT. Ein Film von Christian Petzold (BARBARA, YELLA, PHOENIX). Berlinale Wettbewerb Jetzt im Kino! Startseite. Paula Beer und Franz Rogowski in „Transit“. Foto: Christian Schulz/Schramm Film. Allein das Licht. Die Sonne des Südens, das schimmernde. In seinem neuen, auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Anna Seghers beruhenden Film TRANSIT transferiert Christian Petzold die Geschichte. An solchen Orten spielt auch der Film. Zwar hat Petzold diesmal kein aufwändiges Set-Design betrieben wie für seine anderen historischen Filme. Ein Fehler, wie NDR Kultur Filmkritikerin Katja Nicodemus findet. Es ist die Erzählerstimme von Matthias Brandt, die über "Transit" zu schweben.

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An solchen Orten spielt auch der Film. Zwar hat Petzold diesmal kein aufwändiges Set-Design betrieben wie für seine anderen historischen Filme. Ein Fehler, wie NDR Kultur Filmkritikerin Katja Nicodemus findet. Es ist die Erzählerstimme von Matthias Brandt, die über "Transit" zu schweben. Petzold widmete Transit dem befreundeten Filmemacher Harun Farocki (–​). Der Film wurde am Februar im Wettbewerb der Berlinale. Ich hörte sie nicht. Wir sehen Bridget Jones Schokolade Zum Frühstück Online Schauen, aber sie sind gar nicht wirklich hier, sondern in ihrer Vergangenheit verhaftet. Mit diesen Gefühlen steckt sie gleichsam im Jetzt fest. Doch statt sich ihr zu offenbaren, verliebt er sich in sie. April

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He learns that Melissa and Driss have fled, and witnesses the suicide of a fellow refugee he had known as an acquaintance. Georg and Marie hail a taxi for the harbor to board their ship, the Montreal , but Georg exits, claiming he has forgotten something.

He goes to Richard and sells him his place on the ship. While recounting his story to a bartender, to whom he entrusts Weidel's manuscript, he sees a woman who looks like Marie, but she disappears.

He goes to the port to confirm that she boarded, but is told that the Montreal hit a mine and sank with no survivors. He returns to the bar, where he waits for Marie as the French police start sweeping the city to purge it of refugees.

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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Nate is confused by her allegations and pleads with her he didn't do anything wrong.

She throws the bag at Nate and drives off with the two boys, leaving him stranded. When he looks into the bag, he realizes that the money belongs to the robbers.

Shane and Kenny plead their mother to turn the car around to get Nate, but they are attacked by the robbers in their Chevelle. They drive them off the road and cause them to crash into a log.

Marek demands to know where the money is, and Robyn tells him her husband has it. Marek and Arielle drive off with the family while Losada and Evers remain in the Chevelle in-tow.

Meanwhile, Nate walks on-foot, first down the road and then through the swamp adjacent to it. He hears a motorboat pass by and shouts for help.

The driver of the boat spots Nate for a split second, but continues on and doesn't stop. Nate hides the money in a tree trunk and returns to the road.

As soon as he does, the Land Rover speeds pass him. He chases after it, but is too late to stop it. Suddenly, the Chevelle appears and Losada and Evers apprehend him.

They take him captive and drive off after the others. Losada informs Marek they have Nate and the two cars intersect. Marek demands Nate to hand over the money, but Nate says he'll get it once his family is let go.

Marek refuses to negotiate and holds Nate at gun point to show him where the money is hidden. They return to the spot with the tree trunk, where to his horror, Nate discovers the money is missing.

He doesn't tell the robbers this and returns, stating once his family is set free he'll give them the money he keeps eye contact with Losada while saying this.

This angers Marek again, who says he's in charge and makes the rules, however this angers Losada who claims he should be in charge instead.

Nate manipulates the two into a brawl, which allows him to run off. Arielle sees this and tells him not to do anything stupid, unknowingly allowing Robyn and the boys to escape.

She drives off, but Arielle clings onto the back of the Land Rover but the boys manage to knock her out. Nate runs up to the road and Robyn slows down the car to let him get in.

They speed off, but turn around after Nate tells them the next town is 40 miles away and so they're better off returning to the town with the motel.

The family manages to flag down the same patrolman that arrested Nate, but he doesn't believe their wild stories of anyone chasing them.

Suddenly, he's hit by the robbers and the family flees again. Marek steals the cop car and tries to gun them down. As the Chevelle and cruiser try to box the Land Rover, Nate notices gas leaking from the tank of the cruiser.

Nate swerves the Land Rover into the cruiser, which ignites the fuel, causing the cruiser to spin out of control and crash into a ditch.

Evers and Losada retrieve Marek and several weapons from the cruiser. Marek tells a wounded Arielle "he won't lose to this man. Marek turns the tables and holds them at gunpoint, but surprises them when he shoots Arielle in the back of the head.

Meanwhile, the family tries to escape by boat but Nate uses it to distract the robbers' attention so that they can escape. Unfortunately, this backfires as the robbers take the boat to track the family down.

Robyn, Kenny and Shane come across the small headquarters of Gator Trax, the owner of the boat, located in a cabin in the swamps.

They find the bag of money locked inside, and a cb radio and manage to contact someone for help, who says the police will be there in 30 minutes.

Shane says that's not enough time. Nate hides in the bushes as Marek searches for the family. A snake however causes Nate to be spotted and forces him to run, however Marek shoots him down, demanding him to reveal the location of the money, and then his family.

Meanwhile, Robyn, Shane and Kenny find the money and several loaded guns inside a locked up closet in the cabin, finally proving their father's innocence.

Suddenly, they spot Evers and Losada outside. Robyn hides the kids in the closet and shoots Losada just as he breaks down the door.

Evers retrieves him and a gunfight breaks out. When the firing stops, Shane sets fire to several portions of the money and throws them out the window, threatening to burn all of it if they don't let them go.

Marek and Nate arrive. Marek threatens to execute Nate if they don't bring out the money. When Shane brings it out, Losada refuses to give him back his dad and is about to shoot him, however he is shot again and killed by Robyn.

Shane flees back into the house with the money. Marek and Evers try to level the cabin by firing bullets at it. This allows Nate to grab Losada's gun and shoot Marek in the shoulder.

He quickly grabs his machine gun and fires at Evers, whose last words to Nate are "watch your back". Nate turns around and sees Marek swing a machete at him, wounding his chest.

Nate seemingly falls into the swamp as Marek takes several swings at him. Marek then enters the cabin and attacks Shane, but Robyn threatens to burn the money.

Marek says she has nowhere to run, but she burns the money anyway. Marek knocks her out cold. Nate appears and tackles Marek, and the two engage in a brutal fight.

The two of them try to choke each other, however Nate slams Marek's head into a nail on a wooden deck outside the cabin, finally killing him.

Robyn, Shane and Kenny mend to him, and the four of them reconcile. In the last scene, a revving car engine is heard as well as the application of brakes.

A shot of Nate's wedding ring lies covered in blood on the road Losada chopped Nate's ring finger when he found him on the side of the road and a hand, presumably Nate's, picks it up before the screen goes black.

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The script was not great but still good enough where it didn't even matter. The characters did things that seem implausible - but the action and suspense of the movie was so well done that that simple flaw was easily ignorable for me anyways.

So, plus. Sure, Jim ended up seriously handicapped In reality, people have been known to do pretty amazing things despite their lack or military training or fighting expertise.

So, if you have stumbled across this film and wonder if its worth giving a try but don't know because this movie is one of those that never made it to the big screen, this is my opinion.

Try it anyway. What this movie has to offer is simple entertainment in the form or action and suspense, despite a few possible shortcomings.

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Nate hides the money in a tree trunk and returns to the road. As soon as he does, the Land Rover speeds pass him. He chases after it, but is too late to stop it.

Suddenly, the Chevelle appears and Losada and Evers apprehend him. They take him captive and drive off after the others.

Losada informs Marek they have Nate and the two cars intersect. Marek demands Nate to hand over the money, but Nate says he'll get it once his family is let go.

Marek refuses to negotiate and holds Nate at gun point to show him where the money is hidden. They return to the spot with the tree trunk, where to his horror, Nate discovers the money is missing.

He doesn't tell the robbers this and returns, stating once his family is set free he'll give them the money he keeps eye contact with Losada while saying this.

This angers Marek again, who says he's in charge and makes the rules, however this angers Losada who claims he should be in charge instead.

Nate manipulates the two into a brawl, which allows him to run off. Arielle sees this and tells him not to do anything stupid, unknowingly allowing Robyn and the boys to escape.

She drives off, but Arielle clings onto the back of the Land Rover but the boys manage to knock her out. Nate runs up to the road and Robyn slows down the car to let him get in.

They speed off, but turn around after Nate tells them the next town is 40 miles away and so they're better off returning to the town with the motel.

The family manages to flag down the same patrolman that arrested Nate, but he doesn't believe their wild stories of anyone chasing them.

Suddenly, he's hit by the robbers and the family flees again. Marek steals the cop car and tries to gun them down. As the Chevelle and cruiser try to box the Land Rover, Nate notices gas leaking from the tank of the cruiser.

Nate swerves the Land Rover into the cruiser, which ignites the fuel, causing the cruiser to spin out of control and crash into a ditch.

Evers and Losada retrieve Marek and several weapons from the cruiser. Marek tells a wounded Arielle "he won't lose to this man.

Marek turns the tables and holds them at gunpoint, but surprises them when he shoots Arielle in the back of the head. Meanwhile, the family tries to escape by boat but Nate uses it to distract the robbers' attention so that they can escape.

Unfortunately, this backfires as the robbers take the boat to track the family down. Robyn, Kenny and Shane come across the small headquarters of Gator Trax, the owner of the boat, located in a cabin in the swamps.

They find the bag of money locked inside, and a cb radio and manage to contact someone for help, who says the police will be there in 30 minutes.

Shane says that's not enough time. Nate hides in the bushes as Marek searches for the family. A snake however causes Nate to be spotted and forces him to run, however Marek shoots him down, demanding him to reveal the location of the money, and then his family.

Meanwhile, Robyn, Shane and Kenny find the money and several loaded guns inside a locked up closet in the cabin, finally proving their father's innocence.

Suddenly, they spot Evers and Losada outside. Robyn hides the kids in the closet and shoots Losada just as he breaks down the door. Evers retrieves him and a gunfight breaks out.

When the firing stops, Shane sets fire to several portions of the money and throws them out the window, threatening to burn all of it if they don't let them go.

Marek and Nate arrive. Marek threatens to execute Nate if they don't bring out the money. When Shane brings it out, Losada refuses to give him back his dad and is about to shoot him, however he is shot again and killed by Robyn.

Shane flees back into the house with the money. Marek and Evers try to level the cabin by firing bullets at it. This allows Nate to grab Losada's gun and shoot Marek in the shoulder.

He quickly grabs his machine gun and fires at Evers, whose last words to Nate are "watch your back". Nate turns around and sees Marek swing a machete at him, wounding his chest.

Nate seemingly falls into the swamp as Marek takes several swings at him. Marek then enters the cabin and attacks Shane, but Robyn threatens to burn the money.

Marek says she has nowhere to run, but she burns the money anyway. Marek knocks her out cold. Nate appears and tackles Marek, and the two engage in a brutal fight.

The two of them try to choke each other, however Nate slams Marek's head into a nail on a wooden deck outside the cabin, finally killing him.

Robyn, Shane and Kenny mend to him, and the four of them reconcile. In the last scene, a revving car engine is heard as well as the application of brakes.

A shot of Nate's wedding ring lies covered in blood on the road Losada chopped Nate's ring finger when he found him on the side of the road and a hand, presumably Nate's, picks it up before the screen goes black.

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