As movies evolved, the way in which stories were told changed as well. Movies were edited to suggest suspense or speed and during the eighties, influenced by the music videos on MTV those cuts kept getting faster. Luckily that has changed during the last couple of years and more movies use long scenes made in one-take. Just think of movies like Children of Men of the opening shot of Spectre. Of course Birdman is a well-known example, which manages to suggest it is all made in one shot (even though it is done through smart editing and hiding the cuts). Russian Ark from 2002 was the first movie which, thanks to developments on equipment which could film longer, could be made with one shot (and 2000 extras who all showed pieces of Russian history). That was a more artful movie, but Victoria is a “proper” film. It has one story and has been shot in one take in the streets of Berlin. A one take 138-minute movie. They ask her lots of questions, try to impress her and ask her to join them in having a drink. She slowly gets to know the men, Sonne (Frederick Lau), Boxer (Franz Rogowski), Blinker (Burak Yigit) and Fuß (Max Mauff). As the night advances they get to know each other better and Sonne asks her something which could possibly change her life. It’s best to see this movie knowing as little as possible about it, because it gives you a real sense of being part of this group of people experiencing an unpredictable night. The fact that the movie plays out in real time isn’t a gimmick, but gives it its strenght. Thanks to strong acting of this group you never get the sense you are looking at something which has been written an planned. It’s a movie you’ll keep thinking about for days. The fact that it has all been shot in one take is impressive and it’s almost impossible to imagine how much planning has gone into realising it all. Because this isn’t a movie which is set in one location. The group walks through the streets, enters buildings, takes a car to other places and it all has to happen without error for two hours. It still has an error in it, but unless you’ll read about it you’ll never notice. If you haven’t seen this movie yet, this is one of the first you should be. Source: My Filmviews
Por la terraza de un edificio para descubrir el horizonte de Berlín y ella grita de alegría y emoción, pero Sonne (Frederick Lau), Boxer y Blinker (Burak Yigit), la hacen callar; y el cuarto joven, Fub (Max Mauff), que está de cumpleaños, hace rato que
jsou nuceni provést bankovní loupež a Victoria se ocitne za volantem auta, kterým prchají Victoria, Německo 2016, kriminální drama, 133 min., režie: Sebastian Schipper, hrají: Laia Laia Costa, Frederick Lau, Franz Rogowski, Burak Yigit, Max
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Max Mauff, Actor: Die Welle. Max Mauff was born on July 3, 1987 in Berlin, Germany. He is an actor, known for The Wave (2008), Victoria (2015) and The Reader (2008).
Geboren: 1987 Augen: blau Haare: dunkelblond Größe: 178 cm Spielalter: 23 - 30 Sprachen: Englisch (fließend) Offizielle Fanpage: www.facebook.com/maxmauff.de
Maximilian Mauff, auch Max Mauff (* 3. Juli 1987 in Berlin) ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Hörspielsprecher
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