Immortal 2004

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Immortal 2004

Immortel (ad vitam) / AT: Immortal. Immortal - Die Rückkehr der Götter ist ein Drama aus dem Jahr von Enki Bilal mit Linda Hardy, Thomas Kretschmann​. Immortal (Immortel (ad vitam)): Science-Fiction-Film von Charles Gassot mit Charlotte Rampling/Thomas Kretschmann/Jean-Louis. ts-rc.eu: Ultimate Sci-Fi Collection - 3-Disc Set (Immortal (Ad Vitam) (​Immortel (ad vitam)) / Independence Daysaster / Stranded) (3D & 2D) [ NON-​USA.

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New York, im Jahre - Über der Mega-City schwebt unheilvoll eine riesige Pyramide. Der altägyptische Gott Horus ist mit einem Raumschiff auf die Erde zurückgekehrt, um seine Unsterblichkeit zu retten. Er muss sich innerhalb von sieben Tagen. Immortal – New York Die Rückkehr der Götter (Immortel (ad vitam)) ist ein in englischer Sprache gedrehter, aber in Frankreich produzierter. Immortal - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | ts-rc.eu Immortel (ad vitam). Regie. Enki Bilal. Dauer. Kritik von Anselm Müller zu Immortal – New York Die Rückkehr der Götter (​Immortel (ad vitam)), F/I/GB , R: Enki Bilal. artechock – das Münchner. Immortal (). Immortel (ad vitam). Euro-Sci-Fi: New York im Jahr Ägyptische Götter tauchen auf und suchen nach einem weiblichen Mutanten. Immortel (ad vitam) / AT: Immortal. Immortal - Die Rückkehr der Götter ist ein Drama aus dem Jahr von Enki Bilal mit Linda Hardy, Thomas Kretschmann​. Filmplakat zu Immortal. Originaltitel: Immortel (ad vitam). Regie: Enki Bilal. Mit Linda Hardy, Thomas Kretschmann, Charlotte Rampling. I/F/UK | Science.

Immortal 2004

Filmplakat zu Immortal. Originaltitel: Immortel (ad vitam). Regie: Enki Bilal. Mit Linda Hardy, Thomas Kretschmann, Charlotte Rampling. I/F/UK | Science. Immortal (Immortel (ad vitam)): Science-Fiction-Film von Charles Gassot mit Charlotte Rampling/Thomas Kretschmann/Jean-Louis. ts-rc.eu: Ultimate Sci-Fi Collection - 3-Disc Set (Immortal (Ad Vitam) (​Immortel (ad vitam)) / Independence Daysaster / Stranded) (3D & 2D) [ NON-​USA.

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Stargate (7/12) Movie CLIP - Taken Before Ra (1994) HD ts-rc.eu: Ultimate Sci-Fi Collection - 3-Disc Set (Immortal (Ad Vitam) (​Immortel (ad vitam)) / Independence Daysaster / Stranded) (3D & 2D) [ NON-​USA. Immortal (Immortel (ad vitam)): Science-Fiction-Film von Charles Gassot mit Charlotte Rampling/Thomas Kretschmann/Jean-Louis. Immortal Frankreich L: Min. R: Enki Bilal. B: Enki Bilal, Serge Lehman. P: Charles Gassot. K: Pascal Gennesseaux. Sch: Veronique. In the mean time, luckily in Europe mostly in Francethere are still people interested in art and this movie had a go; something should never Immortal 2004 in USA. The background and set work is gorgeous however. Submit By opting to have your ticket verified for this movie, you are allowing us to check the email address associated with your Rotten Tomatoes account against an email address associated with a Fandango ticket purchase for the same movie. Certains passages sont assez glauque et en le voyant je me suis dit plus Rapunzel Neu Verföhnt Download fois "Mais il est con?! Great achievement, but not as effect in this film. The CGI goes from great to bad and yet the "bad" CGI fits into this sci-fi fantasy as if they were computer avatars of Was Frauen Wollen 2 people. Par Megan M sur Brian Geraghty sept. Zahlreiche Bücher zum Film und zur populären Kultur, u. X-Men: Der letzte Widerstand. Filme wie Immortal - Die Rückkehr der Götter. Der Film selbst verleitet mich aber deswegen nicht zu einer Lobeshymne. Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Yann Collette. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Über der The Boss German Stream taucht eine riesige Pyramide auf; altägyptische Gottheiten haben sich die Stadt als Spiel- und Wiedergeburtsfeld gewählt. Sp: Jacquemin Piel.

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Evanescence - My Immortal (Official Music Video) She also possesses a number of secret powers, including one that enables her to procreate with gods, Kinox2k.To she knows nothing of this. Serge Lehman Writer. I figured a movie that combines these three would be at least enjoyable. Films que vous pourriez aimer:. The background and set work is gorgeous however. Also, Horus is an absolute joy to watch and every minute he soaks up the screen Asja great. The Walking Dead: Season Critique de Immortal Par Megan M sur 24 sept. Immortal 2004 Die Umweltbedingungen im Central Park sind mit dem Leben Immortal 2004 Sterblichen nicht länger vereinbar, weswegen er offiziell zur verbotenen Mr Bean Macht Ferien Ganzer Film Deutsch erklärt Klawitter. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Die Geschichte spielt in einer zerrütteten nahen Zukunft, in einem faschistoiden Paris, das in zwei Zonen geteilt ist. Videos anzeigen Bilder anzeigen. In der einen wohnen die privilegierten Reichen, in der anderen die Überflüssigen und Abgehalfterten; im zweiten Band bietet ein ähnlich desolates London den Hintergrund. Horus nutzt ähnlich Wie Xhamster seine sieben Tage, um Jill zu suchen und mit ihr sexuell zu verkehren, bevor ihm seine Lustige Filme genommen wird. Added to Cart Failed to add an item to cart. Schuld Und Sühne Captain and the World of Tomorrow.

Critique de Immortal Par Megan M sur 24 sept. Critique de Immortal Par Joonas M 1 sur 24 sept. Critique de Immortal Par Pavandeep S sur 19 sept.

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Critique de Immortal Par Martin K sur 09 sept. Fonctionne bien comme un visuel de toile de fond pour une partie. Critique de Immortal Par Matthew M 2, sur 07 sept.

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Critique de Immortal Par Viktoria. The Baudelaire poetry was an unexpected surprise in retrospect, however, it should not have been As a result of seeing this film, I went out to buy some of Bilal's graphic novels.

If you: loved the ambiance of The Fifth Element adore the darker side of Japanese anime wanted to walk through the streets in Blade Runner want more out of a movie than simply action love the work of Charles Baudelaire want to see that even Egyptian gods are flawed See this film!!

Some points of notice: At times, the amount of visual information is staggering. It compares to reading the page of a graphic novel a couple of times to get everything.

The mixture of CGI and live actors is strange at first, but you get used to it. My one negative point about this movie: the Egyptian gods were too static.

As it is, they look like barely animated statues. It adds to the graphic environment, but comes off strange in a movie. I would have liked to see more of them as well.

Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. This not for kids and less for empty minded adults abisio 5 December One of the most surprising and disappointing things I read on other peoples comments were the comparison with PIXAR and of course the quality of the computer generated images.

It seems, that US public, values ART according the technical resources of the artist more than the spiritually of the work. Cinema is art.

In USA, that art has become almost absolutely dependent on business. The main reason I am anxious for digital not film movies and projectors in every theatre; it is because I will be able to see real artist working not just moneymaking customer oriented factories.

Productions will become less expensive, and everybody would be able to create and be judged for their work. In the mean time, luckily in Europe mostly in France , there are still people interested in art and this movie had a go; something should never happened in USA.

A brief description of the argument follows. HORUS the god of the sky , about to be executed by his peers, is given 7 days to visit Earth for the last time.

He spends his time searching for a particular woman he wants to impregnate. To do that he needs a human body to act as his vessel or container.

An accidentally escaped terrorist or we can call it a rebel becomes it. The woman herself is having mysterious body changes and a complete lost of past memories.

A lot of small events and characters are involved in the whole situation. Do not expect more explanations than these. The mystery is part of the movie poetry and is really up to you to understand or feel it.

The answers if any are pretty hidden inside the movie. Technically, there are moments not always but a good average were the merge of human characters and digital images is credible.

The few action scenes are OK but not spectacular; as this is not really an action movie you could accept that. Final advise; spend a couple of hours with this movie.

It would not change your life, but it would make your brain work; and sometimes that is a lot. Pulsewidth 7 December I usually just stick to voting or info-retrieving when I visit IMDb.

But my amazement at the low rating that this movie received is making me type these words down. I'm not much of a sci-fi fan but this movie yesterday at the art-house theatre and loved it.

Powerful and convincing main characters I'm not acquainted with the comic book series which are supposed to be better , great characters nice to see Charlotte Rampling doing something different , thin story lines but you know what you want to see: Egyptians Gods excerting their will in the not so distant horrid future.

Simply loved Horus. Didn't experience a dull moment. And thus: 9 out of 10, partly to counterbalance the low ratings. Go see it. This is a very stylish and artistic movie, but it doesn't forget to tell a story.

It is all done in bleak and washed out colors. It is a poetic movie; while the genre is science fiction, the author obviously could not care less for real science fiction.

It's just design material, just as the piece of Egyptian mythology. The story line is straight, and has a style that is a mix between french and Japanese comics.

It has the deadly epic seriousness of anime, and the designwork is both kitsch and awesome at the same time, as is customary for the french metal hurlant style.

And, most refreshing, there is not a hint of Hollywood in this. So, sit back and let it flow. I give the movie nine out of ten, but I can't say I feel hungry for more.

No, what I'd like to see on the screen is some real science fiction. Not Star Wars crap and not poetic artistry, but the real thing, a modern novel by the likes of Iain M.

Banks or Greg Egan adapted for the screen. Sadly enough, sf for the movies is becoming something that is exploited for it's kitschy futuristic themes and it's design and action possibilities, rather than a way to express the true visions the bookshelves are actually overflowing with.

But here's still hoping This movie combines dreamlike landscapes, fascinating characters, a haunting soundtrack, and commanding performances by its three main human actors into a delight for the senses.

I will go along with those who say the plot is a bit weak and spotty in places, but the film is still a masterpiece. I had never even heard of Nikopol, or didn't remember it anyway.

I knew Enki Bilal was familiar, but had to go look it up to see where I knew the name. Turns out I had seen his stuff in Heavy Metal magazine back when it came out in the late 70s.

Since I loved the art and stories of that mag, it didn't surprise me that I was drawn to this movie after stumbling upon it accidentally on sat TV.

It has a bleak yet sublime futuristic look and feel to it that makes "Blade Runner" seem hum-drum. Linda Hardy is disturbed and disturbing, enigmatic and beautiful, and very, very sexy.

Kretschmann is irreverent, witty, and funny. The graphics characters also have their own personalities and fit in wonderfully, I think.

I agree with others who have remarked that the point here is art, not slavish duplication of reality.

Both the "real" and the Eugenics-created Dayaks are masterfully done and equally creepy. Really a pleasure to watch.

CelluloidRehab 16 August The story revolves around New York City in the late 21st Century or so. I think the movie would have been better if it was all done in CG ie.

Final Fantasy. Nonetheless, it looks similar to other European sci-fi movies think of the Fifth Element. There seemed to be events that were happening, with little explanation as to why or what.

There was very little background provided for the world we are dropped in I think reading the trilogy of the comic might help in watching this movie.

We are given hints that people are now more cyborg than human, corruption has increased, there seems to be non-human class discrimination, and there is a pyramid hanging over the city.

I was left to interpret the majority of the movie based on my own background rather than what was happening before me. I am a little disappointed. I was so interested in seeing this movie after I saw the trailer.

I am going to read the Nikopol trilogy to see if my understanding and appreciation of this movie improves.

I had a better understanding of this movie since I had the opportunity to acquire the Nikopol Trilogy Hardbound trade paperback of the comics and read that before watching the movie.

This movie is set in the year in New York City. The story starts out with a bewildered Jill being arrested by agents of Eugenics, a corporation which has its fingers on the pulse of the politicians who run the city.

Jill is befriended by Emma Turner, who is a doctor that works for Eugenics. She studies Jill because she's never seen anything like Jill before - her organs are like those of a 3-month-old baby, and not in all the right places.

Jill has many secrets, some that are not apparent even to herself. A pyramid hovers over the city, and at the same time, something called the Intrusion Zone overtakes Central Park, where it is always winter.

These two events are not completely unrelated. Horus is awakened by Bast and Anubus, and is, for reasons not completely explained in the movie, given 7 days to experience the earth, his creation, before he is to be put to death.

In the meantime, Nikopol, a resistance fighter against Eugenics who was put in cryogenic stasis to punish him for so-called crimes committed 30 years earlier, finds himself violently released from his prison a year early.

Horus locates Nikopol, and because Nikopol is not synthetically altered, he finds Nikopol to be the perfect host for his antics, the least of which include having sex with Jill in order to impregnate her.

I have seen other critics complain about the use of CGI in this film, but the use of it makes sense as it seems only those characters who have synthetic components or are aliens or gods are the ones made of CGI.

Sure, we're all used to the great CGI effects we've seen in recent years with other movies like LoTR and the new Star Wars films, but I believe the point was to make them look "fake" because they were fake, and the more fake a character looked, the more synthetic elements to their character makeup.

This movie reminded me of Fifth Element combined with Bladerunner in its look and feel, however, unless you read the comic, it may seem disjointed and not make much sense.

Despite the drawbacks, I found this movie enjoyable. The movie is in English. Pingo-2 21 November Enki Bilal's film version of his excellent comic from more than 20 years ago, is a more coherrent and better structured story than what we read in the graphic novels.

The same images are here, in the film, as in the comic. That's very good, and works well. Some scenes are almost taken directly from the comic, as when Horus help Nikopol for the first time in the subway.

The world is more detailed in the film and the story is now more tightly spun around Jill, Horus and Jill's friend John - plus of course Nikopol who serve as the spider in this web.

Many here complain over the computer animations. Especially when it comes to some of the cast. I can only say that it is was a sad decision to create the senator and his two friends as computer animations, since live actors would probably been a wiser decision.

It had helped the movie flow a little bit more, and we hadn't been so hung up on that they actually were computer animated.

However, after a while, it works and we don't care too much about it. They have so little screen time anyway. Horus is also animated, but since he's a God, it doesn't matter.

And he's better done too. All the other animations are just splendid and work wonders for this graphical and visually stunning film. Immortel is a very nice film with a better story than I thought.

I was expecting a difficult and completely un-logical version of the comic - since I've read the reviews - but what we have here is actually a nice and very good movie, told beautifully.

If you haven't read the graphic novels, I suggest you find a copy or two and read them. They are a good introduction to this weird sci-fi world, and it is probably easier to understand the overall theme if you have read them.

However, don't get disappointed when some story elements don't show up in the film. I especially missed the hockey-game! I sincerely hope that Enki Bilal makes more movies like this one, or even a sequel.

I would really like to know what happens next Enki Bilal's mind is beautiful - and this film will be a classic within a few decades.

For now, it's just a little bit too before its time to be taken the way it should. But soon, people will discover it and see the nice little details that lay inside the world of future New York.

I would have given it higher if it wasn't for some bad animations and that I didn't like the way they plotted the sharp-teethed alien that I never remember the name of.

Well, first of all this film is supposed to be a loose adaptation of the comics almost more "inspired by" Second, I think that those who criticize the CGI graphics quality or even compare it to the horrific!!

Of course the CGI in "Immortals" could have been much better! But the fact that you can make an accurate picture of a French landscape does not make it better than a Monet painting, does it?

The use of computer imagery does not mean that everything has to be fully realistic I think this concept worked well with this movie, creating a very moody atmosphere and adding weight to the story.

Certainly "Immortals" is not a statement about creating photo-realistic computer graphics - it is simply art made with people and computers.

That said, I agree that for those who are not familiar with the comics series this movie may not leave the same impression - I am biased by being a Bilal fan.

However, I would recommend anyone with an interest in Science Fiction that goes a bit beyond point-and-shoot action and photo-realistic CGI to go and see this movie - they might enjoy it!

This is the film the original Heavy Metal should have been. There is sex and humor and action, but it is all thoroughly in service of a science-fiction plot gleefully drenched in Egyptian-mythological fantasy.

The style is pure Bilal, textured and palpable. The plot is cerebral in that all humor and tension relates to character development; much like Blade Runner, if you do not follow the dialog there may not be enough action to sustain interest throughout the story.

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Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. In the distant future, Earth is occupied by ancient gods and genetically altered humans.

When a god is sentenced to death he seeks a new human host and a woman to bear his child. Director: Enki Bilal. Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist.

November's Top Streaming Picks. Need to Watch. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Linda Hardy Jill Thomas Kretschmann Nikopol Charlotte Rampling Elma Turner Yann Collette John Thomas M.

Horus Joe Sheridan Allgood Corinne Jaber Lily Liang Olivier Achard Checker Jerry Di Giacomo Jack Turner Dominique Mahut Hotel Receptionist Gary Cowan Tycho Barman Augustin Legrand Eugenics' Little Boy Owen Steketee Edit Storyline This movie is set in the year , hence the presence of mutant humans and extraterrestrials.

Taglines: The ancient gods have returned.

Immortal 2004

Hotel Receptionist voice Paul Bandey Dayaks voice Coralie Seyrig Bastet voice Goran Vejvoda Anubis voice Helen Later Pilot Helico voice Leslie Clack Voice Over voice Robert Dauney Policemen Voices voice Irene Palko Allgood voice Patrice Bornand Fonctionnaire voice Bernard Brieux Schneider voice Pierre Laplace Patiente voice Marine Logier Ambiances voice Michael Ozanon Pilote voice Alexis Perret Sam voice Christophe Raymond Faux Dayak voice Christopher Thompson Nikopol voice Jean-Louis Trintignant Mes amis.

Envie de voir. New York Une pyramide flottante au-dessus de Manhattan Trois noms : Horus, Nikopol, Jill Distributeur UFD.

Date de sortie DVD -. Date de sortie Blu-ray -. Date de sortie VOD -. Secrets de tournage 10 anecdotes. Format production -. Couleur Couleur.

Format audio -. Format de projection -. Immortel ad vitam Bande-annonce VF. Immortel ad vitam Teaser VF. Nicopol is a frozen prisoner who is due to be released a year after the film is set.

There is a problem in the frozen prisoners' ward and several are thrown down to the ground dying in the process , including Nicopol, but he lives and only loses a leg.

There is a lot more to this story but I can't disclose it in this summary; I don't have the words. Written by kwedgwood hotmail. Enki Bilal's film version of his excellent comic from more than 20 years ago, is a more coherrent and better structured story than what we read in the graphic novels.

The same images are here, in the film, as in the comic. That's very good, and works well. Some scenes are almost taken directly from the comic, as when Horus help Nikopol for the first time in the subway.

The world is more detailed in the film and the story is now more tightly spun around Jill, Horus and Jill's friend John - plus of course Nikopol who serve as the spider in this web.

Many here complain over the computer animations. Especially when it comes to some of the cast. I can only say that it is was a sad decision to create the senator and his two friends as computer animations, since live actors would probably been a wiser decision.

It had helped the movie flow a little bit more, and we hadn't been so hung up on that they actually were computer animated. However, after a while, it works and we don't care too much about it.

They have so little screen time anyway. Horus is also animated, but since he's a God, it doesn't matter.

And he's better done too. All the other animations are just splendid and work wonders for this graphical and visually stunning film. Immortel is a very nice film with a better story than I thought.

I was expecting a difficult and completely un-logical version of the comic - since I've read the reviews - but what we have here is actually a nice and very good movie, told beautifully.

If you haven't read the graphic novels, I suggest you find a copy or two and read them. They are a good introduction to this weird sci-fi world, and it is probably easier to understand the overall theme if you have read them.

However, don't get disappointed when some story elements don't show up in the film. I especially missed the hockey-game! I sincerely hope that Enki Bilal makes more movies like this one, or even a sequel.

I would really like to know what happens next Enki Bilal's mind is beautiful - and this film will be a classic within a few decades.

For now, it's just a little bit too before its time to be taken the way it should. But soon, people will discover it and see the nice little details that lay inside the world of future New York.

I would have given it higher if it wasn't for some bad animations and that I didn't like the way they plotted the sharp-teethed alien that I never remember the name of.

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