Lolita - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | lang-consult.eu Im Sommer des Jahres verliebt sich der College-Professor Humbert Humbert rettungslos in die erst zwölfjährige Lolita, und dank einer unglaublichen Verkettung von Umständen gelingt es dem kultiviert-dekadenten Europäer, das Mädchen mit der. Doch bei einem Blick in den Garten des Hauses entdeckt der pädophile Humbert Charlottes 12jährige Tochter Dolores (Sue Lyon), genannt Lolita, die fortan.
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Im Sommer des Jahres verliebt sich der College-Professor Humbert Humbert rettungslos in die erst zwölfjährige Lolita, und dank einer unglaublichen Verkettung von Umständen gelingt es dem kultiviert-dekadenten Europäer, das Mädchen mit der. Lolita ist ein US-amerikanisch-französisches Filmdrama von Adrian Lyne aus dem Jahr Die Hauptrollen spielten Dominique Swain und Jeremy Irons. Lolita (). aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Film. Doch bei einem Blick in den Garten des Hauses entdeckt der pädophile Humbert Charlottes 12jährige Tochter Dolores (Sue Lyon), genannt Lolita, die fortan. Lolita - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | lang-consult.eu des Autoren generell und auch des Films, doch in der Schlussszene erlaubt sich der Film (bewusst?) eine grobe Abweichung vom Roman. So bekennt Lolita. Lolita ein Film von Stanley Kubrick mit James Mason, Sue Lyon. Inhaltsangabe: Berühmte Verfilmung von Vladimir Nabokovs ebenso berühmtem Roman: Der.
Doch bei einem Blick in den Garten des Hauses entdeckt der pädophile Humbert Charlottes 12jährige Tochter Dolores (Sue Lyon), genannt Lolita, die fortan. des Autoren generell und auch des Films, doch in der Schlussszene erlaubt sich der Film (bewusst?) eine grobe Abweichung vom Roman. So bekennt Lolita. cimalt. dete) Lolita ins Zimmer des noch mit seinem Schlafanzug bekleideten Humbert rennt und ihn anspringt. Die Kamera akzentuiert ihre Unterkörper, ihr. Lolita ein Film von Adrian Lyne mit Jeremy Irons, Melanie Griffith. Inhaltsangabe: Hubert Humbert (Jeremy Irons) kommt aus Europa in die USA, um dort als. cimalt. dete) Lolita ins Zimmer des noch mit seinem Schlafanzug bekleideten Humbert rennt und ihn anspringt. Die Kamera akzentuiert ihre Unterkörper, ihr. Lolita Gary Cockrell External Sites. It bears many similarities to Lolitabut also has significant differences: it takes place in Central Europe, and the protagonist is unable to consummate his passion with his stepdaughter, leading to his suicide. Discourse and ideology in Nabokov's prose. From metacritic. Only the film has a police convention at the hotel where Humbert allows Lolita Violet And Daisy seduce him. This disguise does not appear in Die Kleinen Strolche Hund novel at all. Retrieved 8 February Later in the film, he is an anonymous phone caller conducting a survey.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: James Mason Humbert Humbert Shelley Winters Charlotte Haze Sue Lyon Lolita Gary Cockrell Richard T.
Schiller Jerry Stovin John Farlow Diana Decker Jean Farlow Lois Maxwell Nurse Mary Lore Cec Linder Physician Bill Greene George Swine Shirley Douglas Starch Marianne Stone Vivian Darkbloom Marion Mathie Miss Lebone James Dyrenforth Frederick Beale Sr.
Maxine Holden Miss Fromkiss John Harrison Edit Storyline Humbert Humbert forces a confrontation with a man, whose name he has just recently learned, in this man's home.
Taglines: The daring novel that became a most provocative screen play. Edit Did You Know? Trivia At one point Lolita mentions hanging out with friends named Rex and Roy.
Both of these names mean "king" Rex in Latin and Roy in French. Goofs When Humbert starts his journey to pick up Lolita, you see at the Camp Climax sign that the white station wagon has a license place that reads and seems to be from a different state than the other plates.
The car Humbert parks at the service station has a lamp attached to the front grille, and carries number plate A few minutes later when he has the blow-out which seems to leave all four tires intact the lamp is missing and the car has a white number plate that reads AC The car that has been trailing them also has this same type of license plate, too.
It is visible on the front of the car and on the back, when it turns around. At the end of the film, the car has the license plate again.
Quotes [ first lines ] Humbert Humbert : Quilty! After the Hazes depart for camp, the maid gives Humbert a letter from Charlotte, confessing her love for him and demanding he vacate at once unless he feels the same way.
The letter says that if Humbert is still in the house when she returns, Charlotte will know her love is requited, and he must marry her.
Though he roars with laughter while reading the sadly heartfelt yet characteristically overblown letter, Humbert marries Charlotte.
Things turn sour for the couple in the absence of the child: glum Humbert becomes more withdrawn, and Charlotte grows increasingly unfulfilled and upset.
Charlotte discovers Humbert's diary entries detailing his passion for Lolita and characterizing her as "the Haze woman, the cow, the obnoxious mama, the brainless baba ".
She has an intense outburst, runs outside, and is hit by a car, dying on impact. Humbert drives to Camp Climax to pick up Lolita, who does not yet know her mother is dead.
They stay the night in a hotel that is handling an overflow influx of police officers attending a convention. One of the guests, a pushy, abrasive stranger, insinuates himself upon Humbert and keeps steering the conversation to his "beautiful little daughter," who is asleep upstairs.
The stranger implies that he too is a policeman and repeats, too often, that he thinks Humbert is "normal. The two commence an odyssey across the United States, traveling from hotel to motel.
In public, they act as father and daughter. After several days, Humbert tells Lolita that her mother is not sick in a hospital, as he had previously told her, but dead.
Grief-stricken, she stays with Humbert. In the fall, Humbert reports to his position at Beardsley College, and enrolls Lolita in high school there.
Before long, people begin to wonder about the relationship between father and his over-protected daughter.
Humbert worries about her involvement with the school play and with male classmates. One night he returns home to find Dr.
Zempf, a pushy, abrasive stranger, sitting in his darkened living room. Zempf, speaking with a thick German accent, claims to be from Lolita's school and wants to discuss her knowledge of "the facts of life.
While attending a performance of the play, Humbert learns that Lolita has been lying about how she was spending her Saturday afternoons when she claimed to be at piano practice.
They get into a row and Humbert decides to leave Beardsley College and take Lolita on the road again. Lolita objects at first but then suddenly changes her mind and seems very enthusiastic.
Once on the road, Humbert soon realizes they are being followed by a mysterious car that never drops away but never quite catches up.
When Lolita becomes sick, he takes her to the hospital. However, when he returns to pick her up, she is gone. The nurse there tells him she left with another man claiming to be her uncle and Humbert, devastated, is left without a single clue as to her disappearance or whereabouts.
Some years later, Humbert receives a letter from Mrs. Richard T. Schiller, Lolita's married name. She writes that she is now married to a man named Dick, and that she is pregnant and in desperate need of money.
Humbert travels to their home and finds that she is now a roundly expectant woman in glasses leading a pleasant, humdrum life.
Humbert demands that she tell him who kidnapped her three years earlier. She tells him it was Clare Quilty, the man that was following them, who is a famous playwright and with whom her mother had a fling in Ramsdale days.
She states Quilty is also the one who disguised himself as Dr. Zempf, the pushy stranger who kept crossing their path.
Lolita herself carried on an affair with him and left with him when he promised her glamour. However, he then demanded she join his depraved lifestyle, including acting in his "art" films, which she vehemently refused.
Humbert begs Lolita to leave her husband and come away with him, but she declines. The epilogue explains that Humbert died of coronary thrombosis awaiting trial for Quilty's murder.
With Nabokov's consent, Kubrick changed the order in which events unfolded by moving what was the novel's ending to the start of the film, a literary device known as in medias res.
Kubrick determined that while this sacrificed a great ending, it helped maintain interest, as he believed that interest in the novel sagged halfway through once Humbert was successful in seducing Lolita.
The second half contains an odyssey across the United States and though the novel was set in the s, Kubrick gave it a contemporary setting, shooting many of the exterior scenes in England with some back-projected scenery shot in the United States, including upstate eastern New York, along NY 9N in the eastern Adirondacks and a hilltop view of Albany from Rensselaer , on the east bank of the Hudson.
Kubrick had to film in England, as much of the money to finance the movie was not only raised there but also had to be spent there. Mason was the first choice of Kubrick and producer Harris for the role of Humbert Humbert, but he initially declined due to a Broadway engagement while recommending his daughter, Portland , for the role of Lolita.
Kubrick considered Peter Ustinov but decided against him. Harris then suggested David Niven ; Niven accepted the part but then withdrew for fear the sponsors of his TV show, Four Star Playhouse , would object.
Mason then withdrew from his play and got the part. The role of Clare Quilty was greatly expanded from that in the novel and Kubrick allowed Sellers to adopt a variety of disguises throughout the film.
Early on in the film, Quilty appears as himself: a conceited, avant-garde playwright with a superior manner. Later he is an inquisitive policeman on the porch of the hotel, where Humbert and Lolita are staying.
Next he is the intrusive Beardsley High School psychologist, Doctor Zempf, who lurks in Humbert's front room, to persuade him to give Lolita more freedom in her after-school activities.
Later in the film, he is an anonymous phone caller conducting a survey. Jill Haworth was asked to take the role of Lolita but she was under contract to Otto Preminger and he said "no.
At the time the film was released, the ratings system was not in effect and the Hays Code , dating back to the s, governed movie production. The censorship of the time inhibited Kubrick's direction; Kubrick later commented that, "because of all the pressure over the Production Code and the Catholic Legion of Decency at the time, I believe I didn't sufficiently dramatize the erotic aspect of Humbert's relationship with Lolita.
If I could do the film over again, I would have stressed the erotic component of their relationship with the same weight Nabokov did. In a Newsweek interview after the ratings system had been introduced in late , Kubrick said that he "probably wouldn't have made the film" had he realized in advance how difficult the censorship problems would be.
The film is deliberately vague over Lolita's age. Kubrick commented, "I think that some people had the mental picture of a nine-year-old, but Lolita was twelve and a half in the book; Sue Lyon was thirteen.
Humbert uses the term "nymphet" to describe Lolita, which he explains and uses in the novel; it appears twice in the movie and its meaning is left undefined.
I know it is madness to keep this journal, but it gives me a strange thrill to do so. And only a loving wife could decipher my microscopic script.
The adaptation of the screenplay is credited to Nabokov, although very little of what he provided later published in a shortened version was used in the film itself.
Nabokov, following the success of the novel, moved out to Hollywood and penned a script for a film adaptation between March and September The first draft was extremely long—over pages, to which producer Harris remarked "You couldn't make it.
You couldn't lift it". There are many differences between the Kubrick-Harris film adaptation and Nabokov's novel, including some events that were entirely omitted.
Most of the sexually explicit innuendos , references and episodes in the book were taken out of the film because of the strict censorship of the s; the sexual relationship between Lolita and Humbert is implied and never depicted graphically on the screen.
In addition, some events in the film differ from the novel, and there are also changes in Lolita's character. Some of the differences are listed below:.
Lolita's age was raised from 12 to early teens in the film to meet MPAA standards. Kubrick had been warned that censors felt strongly about using a more physically developed actress, who would be seen to be at least As such, Sue Lyon was chosen for the title role, partly due to her more mature appearance.
The name "Lolita" is used only by Humbert as a private pet nickname in the novel, whereas in the film several of the characters refer to her by that name.
In the book, she is referred to simply as "Lo" or "Lola" or "Dolly" by the other characters. Various critics, such as Susan Sweeney, have observed that since she never calls herself "Lolita", Humbert's pet name denies her subjectivity.
The film is not especially focused on Lolita's feelings. In the medium of film, her character is inevitably fleshed out somewhat from the cipher that she remains in the novel.
Nonetheless, Kubrick actually omits the few vignettes in the novel in which Humbert's solipsistic bubble is burst and one catches glimpses of Lolita's personal misery.
Susan Bordo writes, "Kubrick chose not to include any of the vignettes from the novel which bring Lolita's misery to the forefront, nudging Humbert's obsession temporarily off center-stage.
Nabokov's wife, Vera, insisted—rightly—on 'the pathos of Lolita's utter loneliness. In Kubrick's film, one good sobfest and dead mommy is forgotten.
Humbert, to calm her down, has promised her a brand-new hi-fi and all the latest records. The same scene in the novel ends with Lolita sobbing, despite Humbert having plied her with gifts all day.
Critic Greg Jenkins believes that Humbert is imbued with a fundamental likability in this film that he does not necessarily have in the novel.
Humbert's two mental breakdowns leading to sanatorium stays before meeting Lolita are entirely omitted in the film, as are his earlier unsuccessful relationships with women his own age whom he refers to in the novel as "terrestrial women" through which he tried to stabilize himself.
His lifelong complexes around young girls are largely concealed in the film, and Lolita appears older than her novelistic counterpart, both leading Jenkins to comment "A story originally told from the edge of a moral abyss is fast moving toward safer ground.
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jeremy Irons Humbert Humbert Melanie Griffith Charlotte Haze Frank Langella Clare Quilty Dominique Swain Dolores 'Lolita' Haze Suzanne Shepherd Miss Pratt Keith Reddin Reverend Rigger Erin J.
Mona Joan GloverJeremy Irons. Der Film ist nicht so Dean Ambrose Film wie das aus die 60er Jahren aber Margot Robbie Wolf Of Wall Street noch ein sehr guter Film-Drama mit ein sehr ernstes Thema. Filme von Adrian Lyne. Law And Order Besetzung sei es gewesen, der ihnen mit dem Wagen gefolgt sei und Humbert in verschiedenen Rollen Polizist, Schulpsychologe beunruhigt habe. Tonformat. Lolita, ein Name mit Hunde Hintergründe, eingebildet, zickig und sexy eben. Clare Quilty zeigt sein Interesse an Dolores.