Kate Winslet verwandelt in The Dressmaker die Frauen eine australischer Dorfgemeinschaft mit ihrer Nähmaschine und übt zugleich Rache für. Über Filme auf DVD bei Thalia ✓»The Dressmaker«von Jocelyn Moorhouse, Kate Winslet, Liam Hemsworth, Judy Davis, Kerry Fox, Caroline Goodall. Nach vielen Jahren kehrt Tilly zurück in ihre australische Heimat, die sie verlassen musste, weil sie als Kind zu Unrecht des Mordes beschuldigt wurde. Die schwierige gesellschaftliche Situation, mit der sich die Frau auseinandersetzen muss, wird.
The Dressmaker - Die SchneiderinThe Dressmaker [dt./OV]. ()IMDb 7,11 Std. 58 MinX-Ray Nach Jahren als Schneiderin für die exklusivsten Modehäuser von London, Mailand und. ProCinema: The Dressmaker (Jocelyn Moorhouse, ). Nach vielen Jahren kehrt Tilly zurück in ihre australische Heimat, die sie verlassen musste, weil sie als Kind zu Unrecht des Mordes beschuldigt wurde. Die schwierige gesellschaftliche Situation, mit der sich die Frau auseinandersetzen muss, wird.
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W Super Reviewer. Jan 09, This was exceedingly surprising and turned out to be a great film. A typical mother-daughter revenge story that is both bittersweet and funny, often very funny at times.
Definitely better than I thought it would be in terms of Australian films but when it is written by Paul 'Crocodile Dundee' Hogan you know it will be better than most.
Ian W Super Reviewer. Dec 30, Could have gone either way with this one, but glad I stuck with it. Very original, and I loved all the beautiful dresses.
Nicki M Super Reviewer. Sep 21, I watched what could be considered some very strange films at the Toronto International Film Festival, but I don't think any of them were as weird or out there as Jocelyn Moorhouse's The Dressmaker.
This movie, you guys, is completely bonkers. You wouldn't think so given the look of the header photo above and the fact it stars such credible and well-respected actors as Kate Winslet, Hugo Weaving and Judy Davis, but once this thing gets rolling it is both surprising and distracting as to how ridiculous it gets.
As I watched the events of the film unfold I couldn't help but to keep writing down again and again how I couldn't believe they were going where they were going and yet, the film kept going Now, to be clear, this isn't strange or ridiculous in the sense of bombastic violence or discussing things typically taboo for everyday discussion, but more in the sense of general absurdities.
Having not directed a film in nearly twenty years and operating strictly in Australia this would seem to be a fine opportunity to return for Moorhouse and there is plenty of stuff to have fun with here despite the fact I wasn't able to get on board with all of it.
With Winslet leading the charge though she seems slightly miscast Moorhouse and her ensemble of misfits that make up this small town in Australia endeavor to deliver a perfectly cheeky little screwball comedy that is able to hold a slight amount of substance rather than being completely flippant.
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With her sewing machine and haute couture style, she transforms the women and exacts sweet revenge on those who did her wrong. Director: Jocelyn Moorhouse.
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Tilly DID go somewhere else and returned for her own reasons which we eventually learn.
These people are more caricatures than characters, but then cartoons can be as revealing and as much fun as films, so who cares?
They certainly rounded up a good cast. View all 22 comments. An air of prejudice and bitterness hangs over alot of the town and it made me want to shake the people there.
The plot moved slowly but methodically I don't mind slow moving books most times but this one was painfully slow. I did like Tilly but it was hard to understand her at t 2.
I did like Tilly but it was hard to understand her at times, Teddy I was so-so on One of those where you really don't like most of the characters but still read on to see what happens.
Never felt fully connected to everyone and I didn't understand the one blurb that proclaimed this a "Gothic tale" It didn't feel that way to me.
A fine idea but not an entirely enjoyable one. Perhaps that's part of the point? I am curious about the movie so I may watch it, not sure yet.
Would recommend? Yes, you may like it better than me I have a feeling this is one that won't stay with me. I don't regret reading it and thank you again to my Goodreads Secret Santa!
Aaah well, onto the next. Happy reading! View all 3 comments. Oct 06, Carole rated it it was amazing Shelves: humour , realistic-fiction , favourites , staff-reads.
What a delicious book! I loved the dark humour of this Australian novel. The characters in the small down of Dungatar are so awful that you just have to love them.
I loved the writing, the links with fabric, fashion and sewing, and could picture it all in detail. I'm sure I read this with a permanent smile on my face and I didn't want it to end.
Highly recommended. View 1 comment. The Dressmaker was undoubtedly the surprise of the year. From the blurb: A darkly satirical novel of love, revenge, and s haute couture Myrtle and Molly Dunnage were the outcasts in Dungatar, Australia.
Paying for other people's sins were more like it, but the town did not find it difficult to make these two people the culprits of the town's many secrets, meanness and bigotry.
Openly so. With no remorse of any kind. Myrtle returns from Europe with her special dressmaking talents and turns th The Dressmaker was undoubtedly the surprise of the year.
Myrtle returns from Europe with her special dressmaking talents and turns the women into a gang of bon vivants on a haute couture -high, while taking care of her disabled mother.
Molly was mentally and emotionally disabled by the perpetual vendettas against her. Many years of neglect resulted in her physical poor health, unable to take care of herself.
When Myrtle returns, she decides to turn the tables. Gobsmackingly so! HOLY COW, yesssss!!! The town had some bills coming their way and it will be paid in ways they never anticipated.
I have made it my catalyst and my propeller. Dark and sinister - haute couture noir , gothic in essence, if you will. However, the characters were funny, quirky, colorful, eccentric, smart, dumb and unique.
The story: sad but wonderful. There was a sinister town dumb and beautiful gardens. Magical and mystical gems. Beautiful souls who slowly bled to death.
Spirit that conquered the unthinkable. It all changes when Myrtle arrives back in town. Revenge and redemption come into play big time. The prose was lyrical and smart.
My favorite character is undoubtedly the cross-dressing police chief, Sergeant Horatio Farrat. The McSwineys were the other down-and-out family, with the dad being the night cart man, and Barney not quite what he should be with his club foot and upside down head.
In all there were now eleven McSwiney offspring. I haven't read the blurb or reviews on the book, apart from PattyMacDotComma's enticing thoughts, and decided to make this an impromptu read.
A sort of on a whim -read. What a delight it was. And then discover DeB MaRtEnS's informative review, providing the meaning of some of the names in the book!.
Great job, DeB. Love the result of your literary sleuthing. It is a super idea! This book, is like, The Light Between The Oceans by M.
Stedman, an Australian gem. Absolutely brilliant. I'm going to watch the movie now. View all 19 comments. Shelves: aussie-authors , recommendation-gr-friend , borrowed-from-library , historical-fiction.
She needed to check on the welfare of her mother, and then she would leave again. Tilly had been trained as a dressmaker in Paris; her skill was second to none — but that would mean nothing to the bitter and vengeful women of the town.
But hard work had never worried Tilly — she set herself the task of righting the house, the garden and most importantly her mother.
And she decided to stay in Dungatar, much to the disgust of the folk of the town. Sergeant Farrat picked up his earlier friendship with Tilly, and while she rebuffed Teddy, his stubbornness kept him by her side.
But they also wanted to own beautiful dresses and so the competition to be the best dressed began. Rivalry and resentment were rife in the town — whatever would happen next?
I was shocked at the unexpectedly crude and graphic descriptions in certain parts of the book and I still have no idea why they were there.
Yet in other places it was quite humerous. The premise of this book is good; however, the novel involves too many characters and too many plots.
Really struggled to get into this book at the beginning but did get better. Look forward to the movie. View all 10 comments. An interesting book for sure.
I was initially intrigued about it when I learned Kate Winslet and a Hemsworth were going to be in the film adaptation.
But I really hope the film changes some aspects of the story because when I got to a certain plot point I wanted to throw the book across the room I was so upset!
I love the idea of this awful little Australian town and all its oddball characters that Tilly returns to. But I struggled to follow all the characters and understand Tilly's motivations An interesting book for sure.
But I struggled to follow all the characters and understand Tilly's motivations - when they are revealed, it seemed rushed and not terribly convincing.
I feel like more could have been done to flesh out the story and characters and make them more distinctive. And I would have appreciated a little better resolution in the end.
It didn't quite sit right with me. But I still enjoyed the experience of reading the book overall, and look forward to seeing how it translates to the screen.
This book was chosen by a local book club I'm part of and had very mixed reviews from the group. Some really enjoyed, loving the quirkiness of the prose and the characters but some found the story a little dull.
A complaint from a few was the plethora of additional characters, which I personally felt were almost part of the scenery adding layers to the feel of the storyboard.
The third person narrative combined with the excessive amount of characters, at times, made the story lose focus for my p This book was chosen by a local book club I'm part of and had very mixed reviews from the group.
The third person narrative combined with the excessive amount of characters, at times, made the story lose focus for my personal tastes and caused my disinterest in the happenings.
The cast was overwhelmingly large and, even having finished it, I'm still having a hard time getting everyone straight.
Ham's attempt at memorable characters was a letdown and, instead, every person in this book was a complete caricature: there's the frumpy spinster, the highbrow mother-in-law, the crossdressing sheriff.
By the end of the book, there's an odd veer into a town production of a Shakespeare play and a baffling moment when Tilly gets her revenge that left me scratching my head.
W The cast was overwhelmingly large and, even having finished it, I'm still having a hard time getting everyone straight. While I enjoyed the peek into small-town life, I wish The Dressmaker would have stuck with Tilly's story.
I wanted to know so much more about this woman, particularly her past, but those moments were unfortunately dedicated instead to characters I didn't care for at all.
View 2 comments. Jan 03, Jesse rated it did not like it. I really did not enjoy this novel.Nach vielen Jahren kehrt Tilly zurück in ihre australische Heimat, die sie verlassen musste, weil sie als Kind zu Unrecht des Mordes beschuldigt wurde. Die schwierige gesellschaftliche Situation, mit der sich die Frau auseinandersetzen muss, wird. The Dressmaker [dt./OV]. ()IMDb 7,11 Std. 58 MinX-Ray Nach Jahren als Schneiderin für die exklusivsten Modehäuser von London, Mailand und. nagatodx.com - Kaufen Sie The Dressmaker - Die Schneiderin günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. Regisseurin Jocelyn Moorhouse hat The Dressmaker, der auf Rosalie Hams gleichnamigem Roman beruht, als „Erbarmungslos mit einer. The Dressmaker (3,) IMDb 1 h X-Ray UHD 16+ THE DRESSMAKER tells the story of the beautiful and talented Tilly Dunnage. After years working as a dressmaker in exclusive Parisian fashion houses, Tilly returns home to a town in the Australian outback to reconcile with her eccentric mother Molly. It's quite an entrance in quite a movie. However, when it comes to “The Dressmaker,” nothing is ever enough. And that is its main problem. Another woman who can rightfully proclaim, “I’m back,” is Australian director and screenwriter Jocelyn Moorhouse. The Dressmaker is a Gothic novel written by the Australian author Rosalie Ham, and is Ham's debut novel. It was first published by Duffy & Snellgrove on January 1, The story is set in a s fictional Australian country town, Dungatar, and explores love, hate and haute couture. The Dressmaker is a Australian revenge comedy-drama film co-written and directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse, based on the novel of the same name by Rosalie Ham. Accused of murder when she was a child, a dressmaker (Kate Winslet) returns to her small Australian town to seek revenge on the locals who did her wrong.