Still Alice Imdb Account Options
Find Still Alice - Mein Leben ohne Gestern showtimes for local movie theaters. Still Alice – Mein Leben ohne Gestern (Originaltitel: Still Alice) ist ein US-amerikanisches Filmdrama aus dem Jahr Es basiert auf der gleichnamigen. Zugriff am unter r4isdhc.se film//alzheimer-film-still-alice-honig-im-kopf r4isdhc.se (n.d.) Still Alice – Mein Leben ohne Gestern. Still Alice [dt./OV]. ()IMDb h 41minX-Ray0. Zunächst sind es nur Kleinigkeiten, die kaum jemandem auffallen. Bei einem Vortrag fällt Professorin. Drama Type Filme Ursprünglicher ist Name Still Alice - Mein Leben ohne Gestern. tokyo ghoul. IMDb Bewe Seit dem 5.März ist Julianne Moore in "Still Alice" zu.
Bilder, Inhalt, Synopsis, Beschrieb, Trailer zum Film Still Alice. Leben ohne Gestern. /db_data/movies/stillalice/scen/l/r4isdhc.se IMDB-Rating: / When she receives a devastating diagnosis, Alice and her family find their bonds tested. *Based on the book Still Alice. Still Alice () - IMDb. Find Still Alice - Mein Leben ohne Gestern showtimes for local movie theaters.
Still Alice Imdb VideoStill Alice Final Scene - Love
Still Alice is a realistic and emotional story of a woman living with Alzheimer's disease. Julianne Moore successfully shows the struggle, confusion, anger, pain and isolation of having such a disease through her incredible performance.
She allows the audience to see what having Alzheimer's could possibly be like. This film also has an amazing screenplay, a screenplay that is raw and honest.
There is also a great ensemble performance from the cast, featuring Alec Baldwin as the supportive and loving husband.
The movie definitely makes the viewer think deeply about aspects of life such as memories, family, loss and bewilderment which are all addressed in Still Alice.
See this film for a moving story, but mostly for Moore's miraculous performance. It wouldn't be a surprise if she won Best Actress in the upcoming Academy Awards.
This movie was a great boost to my psyche as someone who has watched my own mother lose her ability to be the fascinating and clever woman she once was.
The performances of Alec Baldwin and Ms. Stewart really impressed me. Julianne Moore is always good. If you have lived with the loneliness and the torture of watching someone you love lose his or her mind this movie may just give you the strength to go on.
Julianne Moore's performance is particularly compassionate. This movie depicts an excruciating illness, but also illuminates the heroes who emerge and the grace which is possible despite loss.
I had already marked this movie down as a "no" when the cinema preview club we attend showed it this morning. And I'm very glad they did.
Few movies about Alzheimer's show things almost entirely from the perspective of the victim, and even fewer try to grapple with her internal thoughts and feelings as the disease progresses.
Still Alice does just that. Taking an exceptionally verbal and smart person and giving her early onset Alzheimer's and watching how she deals with it and how she feels about it made this an exceptional film.
So does the always-excellent Julianne Moore, who outdoes herself in an Oscar-worthy performance. The movie's full of highlights: the Skypeing between mom and daughter Kristin Stewart, the relatively healthy Julianne leaving a video for her much sicker self to discover; the question only one person asks: "How does it make you feel?
It's hard to sit down and watch someone suffering from Alzheimer's Disease and witness their slow deterioration as they gradually lose their mind.
Somehow, Julianne Moore gives such a powerful performance that makes this delicate theme worth your while.
She carries this film, and elevates it from your standard mental illness movie. Julianne Moore is on the top of her game and following her strong performance in Maps to the Stars, she delivers an authentic portrayal of a woman trying to come to grips with her terrible diagnosis.
The film intelligently centers on her in a very authentic way instead of focusing on the rest of her family, like so many films tend to do when the character has hit rock bottom with their mental disease.
As the title suggests, the focus is on Alice and her character is fully developed even when she is at her lowest.
As an audience we sometimes tend to look away or find ways to ignore people with mental illness, and many films do so by focusing on the reaction of the rest of the family or on the loved ones as if the main character has lost his or her personality.
But we are reminded in this film that Alice is still Alice, and Julianne Moore makes sure we come to grips with this. Julianne Moore will probably be nominated for her lead performance here and it wouldn't surprise me if she wins her first Oscar after her fifth nomination.
She is long overdue. It's no surprise that this film was delivered in such an authentic way when you take into consideration that the co-director, Richard Glatzer, suffers from ASL and can't speak himself.
If a film wants to deliver a powerful and empathetic film about mental illness, then there is no better way to do so than having someone who is experiencing this first hand.
Glatzer, who has co-directed his previous films with Wash Westmoreland, reunites with him once again co-writing the adapted screenplay from Lisa Genova's novel.
I know the issue has been explored many times before and one could assume it enters familiar territory, but Moore's portrayal of the character makes this film stand out from others.
For people who have gone through similar issues with a family member or close friend, Still Alice hits home, but it does so in a compassionate way.
It reminds us how fragile our minds and life can be. Having Moore play a highly intelligent linguistic professor makes this all the more shocking as we see how she struggles with the disease.
The most emotional moment of the film comes when Moore's character is giving a touching speech about how she is dealing with the disease.
It was a powerful moment in the movie and Moore deserves all the recognition she's been getting for her performance. Alec Baldwin and Kristen Stewart both give strong supporting performances as well.
The entire film rings true in its exploration of mental illness, and the performances never go over the top.
Everything about this film rings true despite the delicate themes that are touched. The subject matter might not be appealing for most audiences and they may find the film tedious, but for me it hits home and I found it to be a compelling drama.
ClaytonDavis 9 November A cinematic experience that will pull you through the ringer, similar to other tearjerking efforts like "Terms of Endearment" or "Stepmom," the film is a heartbreaking measurement of storytelling that is one of the surprising gems of the year.
It's not just about the struggle of Alice Moore , it's also an in- depth and informative medical drama that not only breaks your heart, but provide valuable information and sensitivity to anyone who may know or will know someone in the future.
The film tells the story of Alice, a brilliant professor that is diagnosed with early on-set Alzheimer's disease at the age of Terrified of the future, and the fear of forgetting the life she's created, "Still Alice" reflects not only on the ramifications of knowing such knowledge of your eventual demise, but how it affects those who know and love you.
If your loved one was stricken with such an illness, would you, rather could you stand by their side no matter what? It's easy to answer with the socially acceptable response until you're faced with such a question.
Glatzer and Westermoreland create a sensitive, well-intentioned examination of a woman struggling with early on-set Alzheimer's disease.
May sound like shameless, factory-standard Oscar bait, but its unlike any movie you'll see this year, dealing with delicate subject matter in a tender way.
They cover different angles of the topic at hand without getting too preachy. Of course, this is mostly due to the brilliance of four-time Academy Award nominee Moore, but she's not the only one on her A-game.
Co-star Alec Baldwin, who plays Alice's husband John, showcases one of his most layered portrayals yet. Internalized, disturbed, but very compelling in the way he chooses to execute his feelings.
Baldwin's mannerisms and antics have not been put to better use in quite sometime. Kristen Stewart continues to revitalize her image as an actress.
Glatzer and Westermoreland understand her abilities and limitations but heighten them to stunning results.
If Stewart continues on this path, she could easily become one of our greatest working actresses. She's certainly one of the most exciting at the moment.
Stewart is a gift. After struggling to find her voice in the movies, Kate Bosworth hits on all cylinders as Anna. As does Hunter Parrish, fondly remembered from "It's Complicated.
I guess it's time to worship the aura of Julianne Moore. It's easy to dismiss my take on her work since I'm unapologetically a Moore enthusiast loud and proud.
Three of her Oscar nominations for "Boogie Nights," "Far from Heaven," and "The Hours" are all worthy citations, arguably winning performances that Oscar passed over.
I've been able to separate her overall brilliance from some of the choices she's made in roles over the years. Julianne Moore is a revelation of epic proportions.
Bold, provocative, and emotionally gripping, she delivers one of her strongest performances to date. She's takes a daring stand to be vulnerable, and hits an amazing high.
A destined winner of Best Actress. The film can feel like a factory-standard creation passed over by the TV networks at times, mostly due to the style in which its shot.
Cinematographer Denis Lenior keeps things straightforward but isn't adventurous enough to stand out in the crowd. Film Editor Nicolas Chaudeurge should also take a few cues from the playbook of Pietro Scalia, Stephen Mirrione, and Richard Marks, editors that know how to milk a scene for everything its worth.
There are moments that will surely create a weep-a-thon in your seat, but there are missed opportunities to really push the audience over the edge.
Composer Ilan Eshkeri however, takes his cues from famed musicians like John Williams and Howard Shore to swell the tearducts to maximum capacity.
Overall, "Still Alice" is a very rewarding experience, wrapped in a blanket of emotions held by Julianne Moore and Co..
It's one of those rare films that makes you think and gives you a debate to have with your loved ones. A deep, human movie that doesn't shy away from baring its soul and the vast complexities that come with it.
Just plain great. Hitchcoc 6 May I know that a lot of the criticism is that this movie didn't get down and dirty enough.
Alzheimers is a horrible thing for the survivors to deal with. Perhaps it can only truly by dealt with in documentary form. Julianne Moore is utterly amazing and anyone who says this film isn't well researched did not read about her approach.
Yes, there are things that could have been shown to make it even more frightening. We could have seen specific bodily functions affected.
We could have seen more irrationality and pain. But it needs to be accessible. I believe if we are watching a fictional account, this is very well done.
Based on Lisa Genova's bestselling novel of the same name, 'Still Alice' is a saddening, but beautifully made film, that stays on your mind even after it concludes.
When she receives a devastating diagnosis, Alice and her family find their bonds tested. Cinematography captures the bleakness, exceedingly well.
Editing is just perfect. Performance-Wise: Julianne Moore brings Alice to life, with a splendid performance.
Alec Baldwin, as Alice's supportive husband, redefines "control" in performance. Kristen Stewart, as Alice's rebellious younger daughter, is natural.
Kate Bosworth, as Alice's older daughter, is in true form, as well. On the whole, 'Still Alice' is an experience, that demands to be felt.
Two Thumbs up! Still Alice tells the story of a Columbia cognitive psychologist diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's disease played by Julianne Moore who in my opinion gave the best performance of her career.
Stewart successfully shed the "Twilight" vampire stereotype. Just like any disease, your fight is as strong as your support system.
Not only Alice's but Julianne Moore's support system is strong as well with a supporting cast of Kristen Stewart, Alec Baldwin, Kate Bosworth and Hunter Parrish, and a score that never has the audience wondering about their emotions but has them focused on Alice's.
An amazing movie I recommend it to everyone. MattBrady 19 December Forgetting something has to be the most annoying and stressful thing that a person could have, but losing your memory by a disease and becoming coming pretty much brain dead is even worse and this movie plays it out very well, because the movie feels real and not fake like other movies that try to do that.
The story is about a Linguistics professor in a loving marriage with three grown children starts to forget certain words.
After meeting with a doctor, she receives a devastating diagnosis, one that will test the bonds between her family.
I always love it when a movie that I never know existed could make me glad I saw it and happy that it exists. I'm always looking forward to the big blockbusters that everybody's talking about and wouldn't shut up about.
I always look past those kind of movies that are actually pretty than the entertaining blockbuster's and like always I feel like moron for skipping them.
Still Alice has to be the most extraordinary film that I watched this year, in a way that the movie could had scenes where it would have dragged out or slowed down extremely, but that all was over shadowed by the amazing performance from a Oscar worthy Julianne Moore and the fantastic writing.
Julianne Moore takes this role has a mother who slowly losing her memory by Alzheimer's disease, and Moore knocked it out of the park as she makes a beautifully crafted performance that just boosted up her career as a actress.
Overall the performance were good in the film. The writing was just spot on great and realistic as well, the directing was good and the film almost had me in tears at parts.
My only problems with the movie has to be the other character's, and I'm not talking about Moore's character I'm actually talking about the background character's that for some reason always get in the way of the story and don't really do anything.
The movie to me isn't like the best movie of the year or of all time, the movie falls into the great, not into the brilliant. Overall "Still Alice" has fantastic acting from Moore and from the other cast, great directing and writing.
If you every got a chance to see it I say go ahead. Best part of watching a Oscar nominated film is that some unique constraint is always attached to it - be it direction , screenplay , story or acting.
Now acting is what make Still Alice immensely watchable and Julianne Moore gives the performance of her life time. Still Alice tells story of an English professor whose life changes after she is diagnosed with Alzeimer's disease.
The film reflects the chronicles of life of protagonist post-disease and characters surrounding her life.
The story is pretty simple and straight and yet convincing which is adapted on a novel based on same name written by Lisa Genova. The director-duo Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland succeeds in keeping you engaged for next mins and extract impeccable performances by the star cast for which they should be given full-marks.
Show-stopper is certainly Julainne Moore with her award-winning performance. She breathes through the character of Alice as if it was tailor-made for her.
You will feel sympathy for her yet encouraged with her dialogues "Live in the moment". Rest of the starcast equally contributes to the film's story.
Art direction is good. Cinematography is nice. Background score is tuneful. On the flipside, it could have been best film if little more focus could have been given to the emotional quotient.
Julianne Moore is electrifying which is enough to make you watch the film. Good 3. I have a sister in law at age 66 with end stage ALZ and I myself have stage 4 terminal brain cancer at age Sia: Free Me Narrator Difficult People Sarah Nussbaum Inside Amy Schumer Julianne Moore Freeheld Laurel Hester Maggie's Plan Georgette Seventh Son Mother Malkin Maps to the Stars Havana Segrand Non-Stop Jen Summers Carrie Margaret White The English Teacher Linda Sinclair Don Jon Esther What Maisie Knew Susanna Being Flynn Jody Flynn Game Change Sarah Palin Crazy, Stupid, Love.
Emily As the World Turns Frannie Hughes Elektra Luxx Virgin Mary Chloe Catherine Stewart A Single Man Charley The Ballad of G.
Joe Scarlett Blindness Doctor's Wife I'm Not There Alice Fabian Savage Grace Barbara Baekeland Next Callie Ferris Children of Men Julian Freedomland Brenda Martin Trust the Man Rebecca Pollack The Forgotten Telly Laws of Attraction Audrey Woods Marie and Bruce Marie The Hours Laura Brown The Shipping News Wavey Prowse World Traveler Dulcie Evolution Allison Hannibal Clarice Starling The Ladies Man Audrey Magnolia Linda Partridge Lydia Howland Stephen Kunken Benjamin Erin Darke Jenny Daniel Gerroll Eric Wellman Quincy Tyler Bernstine Nursing Home Administrator Maxine Prescott Nursing Home Resident Orlagh Cassidy Primary Care Doctor Rosa Arredondo Learn more More Like This.
Blue Jasmine The Danish Girl Biography Drama Romance. Boyhood I The life of Mason, from early childhood to his arrival at college.
The Theory of Everything The Iron Lady Biography Drama. The Reader Drama Romance. The Hours The Kids Are All Right Comedy Drama Romance.
Carol Fences Vicky Cristina Barcelona Beginners Edit Storyline Alice Howland is a renowned linguistics professor happily married with three grown children.
Taglines: Extremely Moving! Genres: Drama. Edit Did You Know? Goofs When Alice's daughter, Anna, shares with the family that she is pregnant, she says she is five weeks along and already knows she's expecting a boy and a girl.
Babies don't develop reproductive organs until about the 7th week. Quotes Dr. Alice Howland : Good morning. It's an honor to be here.
The poet Elizabeth Bishoponce wrote: 'the Art of Losing isn't hard to master: so many things seem filled with the intent to be lost that their loss is no disaster.
Losing my bearings, losing objects, losing sleep, but mostly losing memories Alice Howland : I think I'll try to forget that just Connections Referenced in Film Episode Soundtracks Cello Suite No.
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Language: English.
Still Alice Imdb Mein Leben ohne GesternTommaso Ortino. März ist Julianne Moore in "Still Alice" zu sehen. James Brown Pamela Koffler. Production Design: Tommaso Ortino. Play all Share. Mit der Diagnose wird das akira so perfekt geglaubte Familien- und Alltagsleben, an dem Alice mit allen Mitteln festhalten will, auf eine äusserst harte Probe gestellt. In der Hauptrolle ist Julianne Moore zu sehen, die für ihre Leistung mit einem Oscar als beste Hauptdarstellerin ausgezeichnet wurde. Sie können Ihre persönliche See more zusammenstellen, um diese später über Netflix anzusehen. Text
The Ballad of G. Joe Scarlett Blindness Doctor's Wife I'm Not There Alice Fabian Savage Grace Barbara Baekeland Next Callie Ferris Children of Men Julian Freedomland Brenda Martin Trust the Man Rebecca Pollack The Forgotten Telly Laws of Attraction Audrey Woods Marie and Bruce Marie The Hours Laura Brown The Shipping News Wavey Prowse World Traveler Dulcie Evolution Allison Hannibal Clarice Starling The Ladies Man Audrey Magnolia Linda Partridge The End of the Affair Sarah Miles A Map of the World Theresa Collins An Ideal Husband Mrs Cheveley Cookie's Fortune Cora Duvall Psycho Lila Crane Welcome to Hollywood Julianne Moore The Big Lebowski Maude Lebowski Chicago Cab Distraught Woman The Myth of Fingerprints Mia Surviving Picasso Dora Maar Assassins Electra Nine Months Rebecca Taylor Roommates Beth Safe Carol White Vanya on 42nd Street Yelena Short Cuts Marian Wyman The Fugitive Dr.
Anne Eastman Body of Evidence Sharon Dulaney Cast a Deadly Spell Connie Stone The Last to Go Marcy Tales from the Darkside Susan segment "Lot " Stryker Tina Money, Power, Murder.
Peggy Lynn Brady I'll Take Manhattan India West Another World Stewardess The Edge of Night Carmen Engler Maps to the Stars Carrie What Maisie Knew Magnolia After the Wedding Gloria Bell Marie and Bruce Archive footage.
Quotidien Entertainment Tonight Extra with Billy Bush Julianne Moore. Kristen Stewart. Kate Bosworth.
Alec Baldwin. Critiques Presse. Critiques Spectateurs. Lire plus. Normal, avec un sujet aussi grave. Reste la prestation de Julianne Moore, exceptionnelle comme d'habitude.
Elle donne de la nuance au personnage. Secrets de tournage. John Howland. Manoel de Oliveira, Paul Walker Si vous aimez ce film, vous pourriez aimer Je vais bien, ne t'en fais pas.
Million Dollar Baby. N'oublie jamais. Je crois qu'on ne devrait pas avoir uniquement le droit de regarder Still Alice Je pense qu'on devrait en avoir le devoir.
Ce film n'a fait que renforcer mon empathie. Cela commence par des petites choses, toutes plus insignifiantes les une des autres, mais cela ne dure pas.
Le film n'en a pas besoin. Dans notre tristesse, on se sent paradoxalement plus heureux lorsque le film prend fin.