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Der Meisterdetektiv Sherlock Holmes ist mittlerweile 93 Jahre alt, hat sich längst zur Ruhe gesetzt und lebt zurückgezogen in seinem Landhaus in Sussex. Tagsüber widmet er sich der Bienenzucht, in deren Geheimnisse er den Sohn seiner Haushälterin. Mr. Holmes ist ein britisch-amerikanisches Filmdrama und Sherlock-Holmes-Pastiche unter der Regie von Bill Condon aus dem Jahr Im Zentrum der. kleppersjoelers.nl - Kaufen Sie Mr. Holmes günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen. England Der berühmte Meisterdetektiv Sherlock Holmes (Ian McKellen) ist mittlerweile 93 Jahre alt. Mit seiner neuen Haushälterin Mrs. Munro (Laura. Mr. Holmes ein Film von Bill Condon mit Ian McKellen, Laura Linney. Inhaltsangabe: Sherlock Holmes (Ian McKellen) hat es mittlerweile auf stolze 93 Jahre.
Mr. Holmes ein Film von Bill Condon mit Ian McKellen, Laura Linney. Inhaltsangabe: Sherlock Holmes (Ian McKellen) hat es mittlerweile auf stolze 93 Jahre. England Der berühmte Meisterdetektiv Sherlock Holmes (Ian McKellen) ist mittlerweile 93 Jahre alt. Mit seiner neuen Haushälterin Mrs. Munro (Laura. Mr. Holmes wird ein Mystery-Film. Seine Weltpremiere feierte der Film am 7. Februar auf der.
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The story is set in , following a long-retired Holmes living in a Sussex village with his housekeeper and her young son.
But then he finds himself haunted by a thirty-year old case. Holmes memory isn't what it used to be, so he only remembers fragments of the case: a confrontation with an angry husband, and a secret bond with his beautiful, but unstable wife.
No mystery, it is a must see. In the beautiful landscape of Sussex, cares for his beloved bees and is cared for by his housekeeper Laura Linney and her determined and investigative son, Roger Milo Parker.
As Mr. Holmes attempts to rectify Dr. Watson's fictitious portrayal of his life, he wrestles with the challenges of growing old and coming to terms with his final case.
Bill Condon Gods and Monsters, Dreamgirls and McKellen collaborate on an intriguing mystery that involves retrieving the facts of the past in the fading memory of an old detective.
Review At a recent dinner party, I was describing the premise of Mr. Holmes to a friend and I quickly saw the fog of disinterest sweep over his eyes, because it did not include any CGI effects or explosions.
Which was unfortunate, because in amongst the cinematic landscape of the season, this film was a breath of fresh air.
Director Bill Condon provides a wonderfully crafted story and a beautiful cinematic backdrop to unlikely discussion points. With the overly used character vehicle, Sherlock Holmes, he engages the ageing hero in determining the fine line between fact and fiction and the value of the elderly.
These topics may not get the average movie fan out of their seat on a Friday night, but they are woven beautifully in a character driven film of relationships and mystery.
A rich and meaningful relational portrait is given his mentorship of young Roger, who is a fledgling sleuth and fellow bee keeper. Also, Condon seems to take joy in dismantling the mythology of the legend, as he demystifies every fictitious devise that Watson has added into the character of Sherlock Holmes.
Condon continues to show his ability to provide fresh vision for story and characters. His only directing weakness is the time line continuance.
There are three different time lines to consider and they can get a bit muddled, but it does not detract from the overall experience.
Ultimately, he is able to effectively portray the past and the present, and allow Ian McKellen develop Holmes into an original and appealing depiction of the master sleuth.
Like 's Birdman, the audience has to come to terms with the notion of the ageing hero. Are the heroes of folklore and legend allowed to age?
Sherlock Holmes cerebral abilities are unsurpassed in modern mythology and to consider him losing his mental faculties is disconcerting at first, but becomes endearing.
Holmes' realisation of his own weaknesses and dependence on those around him opens fresh territory for this character and provides a humanity that is difficult to see in most of the portraits of the detective.
Holmes is an entertaining and thought provoking film that provides a oasis in amongst the desert plain of blockbusters and sequels this season.
Leaving the cinema Admitting that seeing this film at the State Theatre during the Sydney Film Festival added to the experience, that did not diminish the value of this film.
McKellen was brilliant, Condon is back to his directorial best and it was a refreshing take on a familiar cinematic character. It is elementary, Mr.
Holmes is a film worth seeing this year. Reel Dialogue: What are the bigger questions to consider from this film?
Is life a mystery? Colossians , 1 Timothy 2. Why do we have to age? Genesis 3, Ecclesiastes 3. What value are the elderly in our society?
Written by Russell Matthews based on a five star rating system Russelling Reviews russellingreviews mrholmes.
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External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. An aged, retired Sherlock Holmes deals with early dementia, as he tries to remember his final case, and a mysterious woman, whose memory haunts him.
He also befriends a fan, the young son of his housekeeper, who wants him to work again. Director: Bill Condon. The film was screened out of competition at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival and had its premiere on 7 February The film was released in British cinemas on 19 June ,  and in the United States on 17 July In , the long-retired Sherlock Holmes , aged 93, lives in a remote Sussex farmhouse with his widowed housekeeper Mrs Munro and her young son Roger.
Having just returned from a trip to Hiroshima , Holmes starts to use royal jelly made from the prickly ash plant he acquired there to try to improve his failing memory.
Unhappy about Watson's fictionalisation of his last case, The Adventure of the Dove Grey Glove , he hopes to write his own account, but has trouble recalling the events.
As Holmes spends time with Roger, showing him how to take care of the bees in the farmhouse's apiary , he comes to appreciate Roger's curiosity and intelligence and develops a paternal liking for him.
Over time, Roger's prodding helps Holmes remember the case shown in flashbacks ; he knows he must have failed somehow, as it resulted in his retirement from the detective business.
Almost 30 years earlier, after the First World War had ended and Watson had married and left Baker Street , Thomas Kelmot approached Holmes to find out why his wife Ann had become estranged from him after suffering two miscarriages.
Holmes followed Ann around London and observed her seemingly preparing to murder her husband — forging cheques in her husband's name and cashing them, confirming the details of his will, buying poison, paying a man, and checking train schedules.
Holmes, however, deduced her true intentions: to have gravestones made for her and her miscarried children the man she paid was a stonemason and then kill herself.
Confronting her, Holmes confessed he had the same feelings of loneliness and isolation, but his intellectual pursuits sufficed for him.
Ann asked Holmes if they could share the burden of their loneliness together. Holmes was tempted, but instead advised her to return to her husband.
She poured the poison on the ground, thanked Holmes, and departed. Holmes later learned that Ann persisted in killing herself by stepping in front of an oncoming train.
Blaming himself, he retired and fell into a deep depression. Watson briefly returns to care for him and, discovering the details of the case, rewrites the tragedy into a success.
A second series of flashbacks recounts Holmes' recent trip to Japan, where he met a supposed admirer named Tamiki Umezaki who had told him of the benefits of prickly ash.
In fact, Umezaki had a hidden motive for meeting Holmes. Years before, Umezaki's anglophile father had traveled to England.
In a letter, the father wrote that he had been advised by the brilliant Holmes to remain there permanently, abandoning his wife and son.
Holmes bluntly told Umezaki that his father simply wanted a new life for himself and that Holmes had never met him.
Umezaki was crushed. In the present, Mrs Munro gradually becomes dissatisfied with her work, as Holmes's overall health deteriorates and he spends more time with her son.
After he becomes unconscious from an experiment with the prickly ash, he requires more nursing care. Mrs Munro accepts a job at a hotel in Portsmouth , planning to take Roger to work there as well.
Roger does not want to go, feeling attached to Holmes and being unhappy with his barely literate mother and his family's working-class status, thus tension develops between mother and son.
Holmes and Mrs Munro later discover Roger lying unconscious near the house, a victim of multiple stings, and he is rushed to a hospital.
Distraught, Mrs Munro tries to burn down the apiary, blaming Holmes for caring only about himself and his bees. Holmes stops her, having realised that Roger had been stung by wasps ; Roger found their nest and tried to drown them to protect the bees, but they swarmed on him instead.
Holmes and Mrs Munro burn down the wasp nest together, and Roger regains consciousness. Holmes tells Mrs Munro how he was too fearful to open himself to act as a caring person with Ann Kelmot, and that he wants Mrs Munro and Roger to stay in his life, leaving them his house and possessions after his death.
Holmes writes his first work of fiction: a letter to Umezaki, telling him that his father was a brave, honourable man who worked secretly and effectively for the British Empire.
As Roger begins to teach his mother how to care for the bees, Holmes emulates a tradition he saw being practiced in Hiroshima: creating a ring of stones to serve as a place where he can recall the loved ones he has lost over the years.
Bill Condon was set to direct Jeffrey Hatcher 's adaptation of the novel. Filmnation Entertainment was set to handle the international sales for the film.
Principal photography began on 5 July in the United Kingdom. Carter Burwell composed the music for the film.
The film was released in British cinemas on 19 June , and in the United States on 17 July and had its premiere on 7 February The site's critics consensus reads, " Mr.
Holmes focuses on the man behind the mysteries, and while it may lack Baker Street thrills, it more than compensates with tenderly wrought, well-acted drama.
IGN awarded it a score of 7. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the lead character of the film, see Sherlock Holmes.
For other uses, see Holmes surname. Theatrical release poster. Holmes Review". Retrieved 17 August British Board of Film Classification.
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