James Marshs Dokumentation»Man on Wire«über Philippe Petit, der am 7. August auf einem Drahtseil zwischen den beiden Türmen des World Trade. Man On Wire. ()1 Std. 30 Min tanzte Philippe Petit ohne Netz und Gurt auf einem Drahtseil zwischen den Twin Towers des World Trade Centers. James Marsh, GBR, , 89min, Man On Wire ist einer der größten Publikumserfolge für einen Dokumentarfilm im vergangenen Jahr und erzählt im Grunde.
Man on WireMan On Wire. ()1 Std. 30 Min tanzte Philippe Petit ohne Netz und Gurt auf einem Drahtseil zwischen den Twin Towers des World Trade Centers. Im August balancierte der Franzose Philippe Petit auf einem Drahtseil zwischen den Twin Towers des World Trade Centers in New York. Nachdem er eine Stunde lang ohne Netz oder Sicherheitsgurt auf dem Drahtseil tanzte, wurde er festgenommen und. Jetzt ansehen: ▶️ Man On Wire - Der Drahtseilakt und viele weitere ▶️ Filme aus dem Genre Dokumentation findest du im Online Stream bei TVNOW.
Man On Wire Starring Philippe Petit, Jean François Heckel and Jean-Louis Blondeau - Available on DVD VideoMan On Wire Scene
Man On Wire scheisse klingen auch Man On Wire andere und gewinnen Preise dafr. - Zusammenfassung & Story vom Film „Man on Wire – Der Drahtseilakt“Die Geschichte des Spektakels, geschrieben von dem Akteur selbst, wird in über 94 Minuten Filmzeit lebhaft dargestellt. Im August balancierte der Franzose Philippe Petit auf einem Drahtseil zwischen den Twin Towers des World Trade Centers in New York. Nachdem er eine Stunde lang ohne Netz oder Sicherheitsgurt auf dem Drahtseil tanzte, wurde er festgenommen und. Man on Wire – Der Drahtseilakt (Originaltitel: Man on Wire) ist ein Dokumentarfilm von James Marsh aus dem Jahr Der Film basiert auf dem Buch Über. Man On Wire. ()1 Std. 30 Min tanzte Philippe Petit ohne Netz und Gurt auf einem Drahtseil zwischen den Twin Towers des World Trade Centers. Jetzt ansehen: ▶️ Man On Wire - Der Drahtseilakt und viele weitere ▶️ Filme aus dem Genre Dokumentation findest du im Online Stream bei TVNOW.
They quickly hid underneath a tarpaulin on a beam perched above an elevator shaft with a m drop beneath them.
They waited for hours, daring not to move nor breathe a word until the guard left. Man On Wire is full of suspense. The action goes back and forth when least expected and keeps the viewer captivated.
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I went to see Man on Wire with my mother and a friend, and after it my mother said simply "something like this will never happen again.
Philippe Petit was already a tight-rope walker who did some crazy stunts i. Just a simple profile on the man might be enough, and hearing this artist however "French" he might get in saying that it's like poetry, which maybe it is for all I know is something to behold as a figure who sees himself as a rebel but not without some reason or in what he does.
But Marsh's magnificence is first to actually make us forget, just a second, that the towers are no longer with us; it's never mentioned in the film that they're gone, so the lingering absence is all the more troubling once remembered by the viewer.
One is left with the purity of this on-the-surface stunt that becomes akin to a bank robbery to Petit, as he plans and spies on the site and forms a 'crew' to do the job of sneaking up to the top level and for three days continuing to stay elusive even going under a tarp for hours on end with a co-hort to hide from guards while attaching the cables- which also, at one point, nearly falls apart as a plan.
Then, second, Marsh reveals himself as good as a director of dramatization in a documentary I've seen since Errol Morris; perhaos even more daring with his black and white photography of what starts as a sneak-in watch for fake sideburns on the actors , then transforms into a full-blown noir with beautiful lighting and exterior shots of the building and other angles that just stun the crap out of a viewer not expecting such artistry.
In a sense Marsh is attempting something as daring as Petit, only by way of telling the story, however non-linearly, in a manner that should get his DP an academy nomination if, of course, the academy ever got wise to nominate for cinematography for a documentary.
And, on top of this, despite knowing partially the outcome- mainly, of course, that Petit lived to tell his tale to the camera as did his once friends and lover- it's still thrilling and even suspenseful to see all of this buildup if one isn't entirely researched on the details.
But it's not just about the build-up and execution of that tight-rope walk, although when Marsh gets the chance to show his subject walking across this or other examples he puts it to beautiful, heart-aching music that transcends the material just enough.
Petit is a curious fellow who can ramble like any energetic and, obviously, passionate Frenchman, and confesses how he's always been a climber since a child and loves the aspect of showmanship when he can when not wire walking, he juggles and rides a unicycle, a lovely if strange clown.
We also see his effect on others, like his friend Jean-Louis who co-planned the WTC project, and his lover Annie Alix who found him irrisistable and barely spent a moment worrying what would happen to him.
Hearing them expound about the mechanics of the job, and of Petit's personality and effect on them all, for better or worse as a kind of partially blind optimist, is also a major part of the appeal in Man on Wire.
While Marsh possibly leaves out some possibly intriguing details about Petit after this job ends save for the immediate details about his sentence and a brief, Clockwork Orange-filmed 'fling' with a local girl , and here and there finding him or even the film pretentious isn't out of the question, so much of it is alive and enthralling and even spiritual to a certain degree that I could forigve most of its possible faults.
Just seeing some of that 8mm and film footage, shot at the practice sites, and the stills of Petit's walk late in life, is something that's hard to even put into words how to feel.
I'm almost reminded of the wonder one feels when seeing the physically demanding art of Jean-Cristo, who also finds specific locations to pursue his craft.
You can't say it specifically, but you know it's art, as is Marsh's film itself. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Sign In.
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In an interview conducted during the run of Man on Wire at the Tribeca Film Festival , director James Marsh explained that he was drawn to the story in part because it immediately struck him as "a heist movie.
He said he hopes to hear people say that they will now always think of Petit and his performance when recalling the World Trade Center 's twin towers.
The website's critical consensus states, "James Marsh's doc about artist Phililppe Petit's artful caper brings you every ounce of suspense that can be wrung from a man on a suspended wire".
The film won the Special Jury Award and Audience Award at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival ,  the International Audience Award at the Los Angeles Film Festival and the Standard Life Audience Award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Man on Wire is the sixth film to pick up both top awards at Sundance, and the first from outside the US. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 81st Academy Awards.
The film appeared on many American critics' top ten lists of the best films of Much of the film's soundtrack is derived from the album, The Composer's Cut Series Vol.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt starred as Petit in the film The Walk , directed, produced and written by Robert Zemeckis. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article is about the film. For the album by PNC, see Man on Wire album. For the song by The Script, see Man on a Wire The Script song.
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