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Black Book (Originaltitel: Zwartboek; deutscher Fernsehtitel: Das schwarze Buch) ist ein auf wahren Begebenheiten beruhender Kriegsfilm von Paul Verhoeven. Aus: black box , Mai/Juni Das wollen wir – und zwar sofort! Anfang April trafen sich in Frankfurt/M im Rahmen des Lichter Filmfest alte und junge. Ein Film in der Machart dieser vertrackten und verschachtelten US-Filme wie "​The Machinist", "Jacobs Ladder" oder "Memento", nur mit dem Unterschied, dass​. Black Book (Originaltitel: Zwartboek; deutscher Fernsehtitel: Das schwarze Buch) ist ein auf wahren Begebenheiten beruhender Kriegsfilm von Paul Verhoeven. Ein Film in der Machart dieser vertrackten und verschachtelten US-Filme wie "​The Machinist", "Jacobs Ladder" oder "Memento", nur mit dem Unterschied, dass​. Come in and find films. BLACKBOX FILMS. Leopold Lummerstorfer. FILMS · company · directing · KINO, DVD, Filmproduktion. Aus: black box , Mai/Juni Das wollen wir – und zwar sofort! Anfang April trafen sich in Frankfurt/M im Rahmen des Lichter Filmfest alte und junge. Die Black Box ist das Kino des Filmmuseums und spiegelt in seinem Programm die gesamte Filmgeschichte. Neben den regelmäßigen Filmreihen gibt es.

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As the film rolls on you start to figure out who is who and why they're doing what they are doing. Plot is not clear, acting is of high school stage level.

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Hellbinders The international press responded positively, as well, especially to the performance of Van Houten.

At the time of release, it was the most expensive Dutch film ever made , and also the Netherlands' most commercially successful, with that country's highest box-office gross of In , the Dutch public voted it the best Dutch film ever.

When the farmhouse where she has been hiding is destroyed by an Allied bomber, she goes to see a lawyer named Smaal, who has been helping her family.

He arranges for her to escape to the liberated southern part of the country. Aided by a man named Van Gein, Rachel is reunited with her family and boards a boat that is to take them and other refugees to the south.

However, they are ambushed on the river by members of the German SS , who kill them and rob the bodies of valuables.

Rachel alone survives, but does not manage to escape from occupied territory. Using a non-Jewish alias, Ellis de Vries, Rachel becomes involved with a Dutch resistance group in the Hague , under the leadership of Gerben Kuipers and working closely with a doctor, Hans Akkermans.

Smaal is in touch with this Resistance cell. When Kuipers's son and other members of the Resistance are captured, Ellis agrees to help by seducing local SD commander Hauptsturmführer Ludwig Müntze.

At a party at the local SD headquarters, Ellis recognises Obersturmführer Günther Franken, Müntze's brutal deputy, as the officer who had overseen the massacre of refugees on the boat.

She obtains a job as a secretary at the SD headquarters while also falling in love with Müntze who, in contrast to Franken, is not abusive or sadistic.

He realises that she is a Jew, but does not care. Thanks to a hidden microphone that Ellis plants in Franken's office, the Resistance realises that Van Gein is the traitor who betrayed Rachel, her family, and the other Jews to the SS.

Against Kuipers's orders, Akkermans decides to abduct Van Gein to expose him. Their attempt goes wrong, and Van Gein is killed.

Franken responds by planning to kill 40 hostages, including most of the plotters, but Müntze, who realises the war is lost and has been negotiating with the Resistance, countermands the order.

Müntze forces Ellis to tell him her story. On her evidence, he confronts Franken with a superior officer, Obergruppenführer Käutner, who orders Franken to open his safe, expecting to find the valuables stolen from the Jews he had killed, this being a capital offence.

However, the safe contains no valuables, and Franken then tells Käutner that Müntze has been negotiating with Dutch resistance "terrorists" for a truce.

Müntze is imprisoned and condemned to death. The Resistance plots to rescue their imprisoned members; Ellis agrees to cooperate only on the condition that they also free Müntze.

The plan is betrayed, and the would-be rescuers find the prisoners' cells filled with German troops. Only Akkermans and one other man manage to flee.

Ellis is subsequently arrested and taken to Franken's office. He knows about her and the bug and, knowing that the Resistance is listening in, he stages a confrontation to make them believe that Ellis is the Nazi collaborator , responsible for the failure of the rescue.

Kuipers and his companions swear to make her pay for her treason. Ronnie, a Dutch woman working at the SD headquarters to whom Ellis had confided her role in the Resistance, helps her and Müntze escape.

When the country is liberated by the Allies, Franken attempts to escape by boat, but is killed by Akkermans, who takes the Jewish loot.

Suspecting Smaal is the traitor, Müntze and Ellis return to confront him. However, he refuses to discuss further, wanting to go to the Canadian authorities.

When they are about to leave, Smaal and his wife are killed by an unknown assailant. Müntze chases him into the street, only to be recognised by the Dutch crowd and arrested by soldiers from the Canadian Army.

The Dutch also recognise Ellis and arrest her as a collaborator, but not before she grabs the black book.

Müntze is brought before the ranking Canadian officers and finds that Käutner is helping to keep order among the defeated German forces.

Käutner convinces a Canadian colonel that under military law , the defeated German military retains the right to punish its own soldiers.

Due to the previously issued death warrant, Müntze is executed by a firing squad. Ellis is imprisoned with other accused collaborators, and humiliated and tortured by the violently anti-Nazi volunteer jailers, but rescued by Akkermans, who is now a colonel in the Dutch Army.

Akkermans brings her to his medical office, and says that he killed Franken when the Nazi tried to escape. He shows her the valuables stolen from Jewish victims.

When informed about Müntze's fate, Ellis goes into shock, and Akkermans administers a tranquilliser which is in fact an overdose of insulin.

Ellis, feeling dizzy, sees the bottle of insulin and survives by quickly eating a bar of chocolate.

She realises then that Akkermans is the traitor who had collaborated with Franken and had killed the Smaals. While Akkermans is distracted, waving to a crowd that cheers him, she jumps from the balcony into the crowd below, and runs away.

He tries to follow, but is blocked by the crowd. Ellis proves her innocence to Canadian military intelligence and to the former Resistance leader Gerben Kuipers by means of Smaal's black book, which lists how many Jews had been taken to Akkermans for medical help just prior to their murders.

Together, Ellis and Kuipers intercept the fleeing Akkermans, who is hiding in a coffin in a hearse with the stolen money, gold, and jewels.

They kill the driver, and while Kuipers drives the hearse, Ellis screws down the coffin's secret air vents.

They drive to Hollands Diep where the original SS trap had been sprung, and wait until Akkermans suffocates. Ellis and Kuipers wonder what to do with the stolen money and jewels.

The scene changes to Israel in , reprising the opening scenes, and shows Rachel meeting her husband and their two children, and walking back into Kibbutz Stein, with a sign at the gate announcing that it was funded with recovered money from Jews killed during the war.

In the final scene, the tranquility of Rachel and her family is interrupted by explosions heard in the distance; the siren announces an air attack and Israeli soldiers position themselves at the front of the kibbutz.

After 20 years of filmmaking in the United States, Verhoeven returned to his homeland, the Netherlands, for the making of Black Book.

The story was written by Verhoeven and screenwriter Gerard Soeteman , with whom he made successful films such as Turkish Delight and Soldier of Orange The two men had been working on the script for fifteen years, [4] but they solved their story problems in the early s by changing the main character from male to female.

According to Verhoeven, Black Book was born out of elements that did not fit in any of his earlier movies, and it can be seen as a supplement to his earlier film about World War II Soldier of Orange.

Verhoeven has emphasised that the story does not show an obvious moral contrast between characters, for a theme of moral relativism:.

In this movie, everything has a shade of grey. There are no people who are completely good and no people who are completely bad.

It's like life. It's not very Hollywoodian. Black Book is not a true story, unlike Soldier of Orange , but Verhoeven states that many of the events are true.

In many Jews that tried to cross to liberated parts of the southern Netherlands were entrapped by Dutch policemen.

As in the film, crossing attempts took place in the Biesbosch. According to film producer Rob Houwer , who worked with Paul Verhoeven on previous films, it was not possible to get the job done for that amount of money.

San Fu Maltha produced the film together with three other producers. He tried to economize on different parts such as the scenes in Israel, that could have been left out without changing the plot, but this was not negotiable for Paul Verhoeven.

Because of financing problems, the filming did not start as planned in but was delayed until August In October twelve crew members and businessmen started a lawsuit in which they demanded the bankruptcy of Zwartboek Productie B.

Some of them had already been waiting for more than a year to get their money, in total tens of thousands of euros. Production company Fu Works settled the case and promised to pay the creditors.

The shooting of the film was delayed in due to financial problems [9] and Paul Verhoeven's health problems. When van Houten was forced to return to the set, the theater company sued over the costly delay to their own production.

The farm had already been declared uninhabitable and ready to be demolished. Great attention to detail was paid in the film.

Several stage props were reproduced from the s, such as signs, posters and the black book itself.

During shooting, the general public were able to see making of scenes on their mobile phones and on the Internet.

The book was published in September by Uitgeverij Podium and contains photos and an afterword by Verhoeven and Soeteman. Spaink says about the book: "'Black Book' is a literary thriller.

Its form is in between the typical American novelization , only describing what the camera sees, and a literary novel. The novelization adds something to the film.

It gave Rachel Stein a past, memories and a house. In the film she did not have a personal space.

The soundtrack was released on 2 October by Milan Records. The album contains four s—s songs sung by Carice van Houten as she performed them as Rachel Stein in the film.

Three are in German, one in English. The other tracks are written by Anne Dudley. The album was recorded in London and produced by Roger Dudley.

Black Book had its world premiere on 1 September in Venice , as part of the official selection of the Venice International Film Festival.

Other prominent guests at the premiere were mayor Wim Deetman , minister Hans Hoogervorst , minister Karla Peijs and state secretary Medy van der Laan.

Black Book was the most awarded film of the festival. Most of the Dutch press were positive about the film. Dana Linsen writes in NRC Handelsblad : "In Black Book , Verhoeven does not focus on moral discourse but rather on human measure, and with the non-cynical approach of his female lead and of love he has given new colour to his work.

When Carice van Houten screams 'Will it never stop, then! The international press wrote positively about the film and specifically about van Houten.

This being Verhoeven, there's lots of sex and a scene in which the extremely attractive star Carice van Houten bleaches her pubic hair.

That aside, hers is a star-making performance, putting even Scarlett [Johansson] in the shade.

Furthermore, he writes in his review: "Europe's Hollywood can actually be better than the original.

A forgotten king, Eirick, is tasked with the impossible odds to defeat Thor, the God of Thunder. Inside a mysterious black box lies the secret to one's desires.

As the black box changes hands, each new owner must resist what they covet most or prepare to defend their salacious greed against an immortal assassin.

As several lives collide, can they escape the wrath of avarice and the black box? Many better ways to spend your hour twenty minutes!!

Movie starts with the display of bad acting and confusion so you hope it will only get better. Well,it doesn't!

As the film rolls on you start to figure out who is who and why they're doing what they are doing. Plot is not clear, acting is of high school stage level.

It was a fast forward-stop-watch-fast forward affair for me. When it was over running the end credits, I was wondering why even bother to release a movie in such low caliber!

I gave it a 3 for helping us viewers to appreciate the value of the good movies by comparison. Keep your eyes peeled friends.

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Photos Add Image. Edit Cast Credited cast: Rudy Alvarado Dave Brad Dourif Tom Shelby Janes Jill diner waitress Tinsel Korey Kate Jason London Jason Natassia Malthe Mary Ray Park Ellis and Kuipers wonder what to do with the stolen money and jewels.

The scene changes to Israel in , reprising the opening scenes, and shows Rachel meeting her husband and their two children, and walking back into Kibbutz Stein, with a sign at the gate announcing that it was funded with recovered money from Jews killed during the war.

In the final scene, the tranquility of Rachel and her family is interrupted by explosions heard in the distance; the siren announces an air attack and Israeli soldiers position themselves at the front of the kibbutz.

After 20 years of filmmaking in the United States, Verhoeven returned to his homeland, the Netherlands, for the making of Black Book. The story was written by Verhoeven and screenwriter Gerard Soeteman , with whom he made successful films such as Turkish Delight and Soldier of Orange The two men had been working on the script for fifteen years, [4] but they solved their story problems in the early s by changing the main character from male to female.

According to Verhoeven, Black Book was born out of elements that did not fit in any of his earlier movies, and it can be seen as a supplement to his earlier film about World War II Soldier of Orange.

Verhoeven has emphasised that the story does not show an obvious moral contrast between characters, for a theme of moral relativism:.

In this movie, everything has a shade of grey. There are no people who are completely good and no people who are completely bad.

It's like life. It's not very Hollywoodian. Black Book is not a true story, unlike Soldier of Orange , but Verhoeven states that many of the events are true.

In many Jews that tried to cross to liberated parts of the southern Netherlands were entrapped by Dutch policemen.

As in the film, crossing attempts took place in the Biesbosch. According to film producer Rob Houwer , who worked with Paul Verhoeven on previous films, it was not possible to get the job done for that amount of money.

San Fu Maltha produced the film together with three other producers. He tried to economize on different parts such as the scenes in Israel, that could have been left out without changing the plot, but this was not negotiable for Paul Verhoeven.

Because of financing problems, the filming did not start as planned in but was delayed until August In October twelve crew members and businessmen started a lawsuit in which they demanded the bankruptcy of Zwartboek Productie B.

Some of them had already been waiting for more than a year to get their money, in total tens of thousands of euros. Production company Fu Works settled the case and promised to pay the creditors.

The shooting of the film was delayed in due to financial problems [9] and Paul Verhoeven's health problems. When van Houten was forced to return to the set, the theater company sued over the costly delay to their own production.

The farm had already been declared uninhabitable and ready to be demolished. Great attention to detail was paid in the film.

Several stage props were reproduced from the s, such as signs, posters and the black book itself. During shooting, the general public were able to see making of scenes on their mobile phones and on the Internet.

The book was published in September by Uitgeverij Podium and contains photos and an afterword by Verhoeven and Soeteman.

Spaink says about the book: "'Black Book' is a literary thriller. Its form is in between the typical American novelization , only describing what the camera sees, and a literary novel.

The novelization adds something to the film. It gave Rachel Stein a past, memories and a house. In the film she did not have a personal space.

The soundtrack was released on 2 October by Milan Records. The album contains four s—s songs sung by Carice van Houten as she performed them as Rachel Stein in the film.

Three are in German, one in English. The other tracks are written by Anne Dudley. The album was recorded in London and produced by Roger Dudley.

Black Book had its world premiere on 1 September in Venice , as part of the official selection of the Venice International Film Festival.

Other prominent guests at the premiere were mayor Wim Deetman , minister Hans Hoogervorst , minister Karla Peijs and state secretary Medy van der Laan.

Black Book was the most awarded film of the festival. Most of the Dutch press were positive about the film. Dana Linsen writes in NRC Handelsblad : "In Black Book , Verhoeven does not focus on moral discourse but rather on human measure, and with the non-cynical approach of his female lead and of love he has given new colour to his work.

When Carice van Houten screams 'Will it never stop, then! The international press wrote positively about the film and specifically about van Houten.

This being Verhoeven, there's lots of sex and a scene in which the extremely attractive star Carice van Houten bleaches her pubic hair.

That aside, hers is a star-making performance, putting even Scarlett [Johansson] in the shade. Furthermore, he writes in his review: "Europe's Hollywood can actually be better than the original.

With his basic instinct sharpened in California, Verhoeven demonstrates here the cinema as a medium of individual tragedy.

Richard Schickel of Time named the film one of the Top 10 Movies of , ranking it at 5, calling it a "dark, richly mounted film". While Schickel saw the film as possibly "old-fashioned stylistically, and rather manipulative in its plotting", he also saw "something deeply satisfying in the way it works out the fates of its troubled, yet believable characters.

Before the film was released, the rights for distribution had been sold to distributors in 52 countries. Black Book received a Golden Film , tickets sold within a record breaking three days [43] and a Platinum Film , tickets sold within three weeks after the Dutch premiere.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Black book disambiguation. Theatrical release poster. Gerard Soeteman Paul Verhoeven.

Job ter Burg James Herbert. Netherlands Germany Belgium United Kingdom. Smaal, attorney who keeps the black book Peter Blok as Mr.

Van Gein, policeman who betrays those trying to leave occupied territory Michiel Huisman as Rob, sailor who helps Rachel Stein Ronald Armbrust as Tim Kuipers, son of Gerben Kuipers, a communist , and a member of the resistance group Frank Lammers as Kees, member of the resistance group Matthias Schoenaerts as Joop, member of the resistance group Johnny de Mol as Theo, devout Christian and member of the resistance group Xander Straat as Maarten, member of the resistance group.

Main article: Black Book novel. Main article: Black Book soundtrack. Tartan Films. British Board of Film Classification. Retrieved 7 August Box Office Mojo.

Retrieved 16 August Retrieved 25 November NRC Handelsblad in Dutch. Archived from the original on 29 September Retrieved 7 October Fu Works.

Archived from the original on 19 July De Telegraaf in Dutch. Retrieved 4 December Archived from the original on 30 November Retrieved 5 December Archived from the original on 26 September The Internet Movie Database.

Algemeen Dagblad in Dutch. Trouw in Dutch. De Wereld Draait Door talkshow. Netherlands : VARA. Dagblad van het Noorden in Dutch. Archived from the original on 27 September Archived from the original on 21 July Retrieved 10 January Filmscore visions.

Archived from the original on 8 August Retrieved 7 January Rotten Tomatoes. Archived from the original on 4 January Retrieved 21 May Retrieved 6 January Archived from the original on 17 March Retrieved 2 December Internet Movie Database.

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