Schon der Anfang von Morten Tyldums Jo-Nesbø-Verfilmung Headhunters macht neugierig: In einem rasanten Zusammenschnitt werden die wichtigsten. xzoomy.com - Kaufen Sie Headhunters günstig ein. Qualifizierte Hinweise und Aktionen. Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Sie möchten Ihre Position besetzen oder suchen nach einem neuen Job? Empfehlung erhalten.
reiner MainstreamIm norwegischen Thriller Headhunters stolpert ein luxusverwöhnter Personal-Spezialist über sein Doppelleben als Kunst-Räuber. Film. Jo Nesbø's Headhunters. Der Personalberater Roger Brown verdient sich durch gut geplante Kunstdiebstähle etwas dazu. Beim Raub eines kostbaren. Headhunters - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | xzoomy.com
Film Headhunters Berita Terpopuler VideoHeadhunters (2011) Norwegian Action Thriller Movie Review in Tamil by Filmi craft Arun Kaum vom heutigen Hollywood-Kino zu unterscheiden, was Auswahlverfahren Bares Für Rares diesem Sinne mal positiv gemeint ist. Doch bald kommt es zu Problemen - und dies nicht nur in finanzieller Hinsicht, denn Roger scheint sich mit dem Plan übernommen zu haben. Gesamt: Headhunter Roger Brown muss sich die Zuneigung seiner Gattin mit Luxusgeschenken erkaufen, für die selbst sein üppiges Gehalt nicht ausreicht. Den aufwendigen Lebensstil finanziert der arrogante Personalmanager durch perfekt organisierte. Headhunters (Originaltitel: Hodejegerne, Verweistitel: Jo Nesbø's Headhunters) ist ein Thriller des norwegischen Regisseurs Morten Tyldum aus dem Jahr . Schon der Anfang von Morten Tyldums Jo-Nesbø-Verfilmung Headhunters macht neugierig: In einem rasanten Zusammenschnitt werden die wichtigsten. Film. Jo Nesbø's Headhunters. Der Personalberater Roger Brown verdient sich durch gut geplante Kunstdiebstähle etwas dazu. Beim Raub eines kostbaren.
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View All Critic Reviews Jun 13, Decent Norwegian thriller. Liked, didn't love. Nicki M Super Reviewer. Feb 02, Leave it to the Scandinavians to take a rather simple premise of an art thief and go absolutely crazy from there.
The film gives you only few minutes to feel certain about anything before the next twist catches you entirely off guard. The mix of grim humor and sudden bursts of gore and violence works surprisingly well, as the protagonist falls further down the spiral and the viewer is right there with him.
A highly entertaining and unique thriller Hitchcock would have enjoyed greatly. Jens S Super Reviewer.
Apr 27, In the aftermath of Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy, there has been an explosion of interest in Scandinavian thrillers and crime dramas.
The popularity of Borgen, Wallander and The Killing amongst others has also led to a number of English-language adaptations, with Kenneth Branagh starring in the acclaimed remake of Wallander and David Fincher helming his own version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
The fact that Midsummer Murders is one of the most popular programmes in Denmark suggests that the popularity of Scandinavian crime stories lies more in a fascination with cultural differences than any inherent difference in quality.
Words like 'bleak' and 'gritty' have become redundant descriptors for these stories, and for all their merits, their general pervasion leaves you crying out for something different.
All of which brings us to Headhunters, a great little thriller which takes the gritty, stylish aesthetic of these stories and douses it with a lot of dark humour.
Purely from a technical standpoint, Headhunters is one of the most breathless and efficient thrillers in the post-Bourne era. Its first half hour in particular is frenetic, with its need to set up all the plot points trumped by its greater need to keep the story and action barrelling along at a break-neck pace.
But unlike the many Bourne imitators, who have misinterpreted and misused Paul Greengrass' aesthetic, the film is not needlessly flashy in its shooting style.
There is some hand-held stuff during the scenes in the woods, but otherwise there are plenty of tripods to go round. Because of this breathlessness, Headhunters avoids one of the big traps of the crime thriller genre - namely the belief that a bleak, forbidding atmosphere can only be achieved by slow pacing.
The film does slow down at certain points, allowing the more intimate moments to breathe and to increase the tension during the near-misses in the chase.
But Tyldum Mortem is careful never to let these scenes drag or otherwise interfere with the fun. This steady hand works in the film's favour in the opposite way: it gives off such a level of confidence that we don't ever get the sense that it would all fall apart if it did slow down.
The film also boasts great cinematography, courtesy of John Andreas Andersen. The opening section is incredibly stylish, with a crisp, glossy feel akin to The Social Network or the thrillers of Michael Mann.
As the various plot points develop, Anderson matches the darker comedy with harsher and nastier tones, turning the colour palette right down and lightening the blood in a realistic manner.
What little special effects there are in the film are also effective thanks to Andersen's work; we know full well that a real dog wasn't killed in the film, but it looks so real that you do stop and wonder, if only for a second.
On top of any visual similarities, the plot of Headhunters knowingly tips its hat to a number of other thrillers.
There is a close comparison to the Coen Brothers' debut Blood Simple; both have a ruthless efficiency and are characterised by a balance of dark humour and dramatic tension.
Making the main character an art thief immediately calls to mind The Thomas Crown Affair, though the film is tonally closer to the John McTiernan remake than the original.
The truck sequence is arguably an elaborate reference to Steven Spielberg's Duel, and the scenes in the hospital are highly reminiscent of The Fugitive.
It's perfectly possible to enjoy Headhunters as a well-oiled machine, an efficient genre exercise. It is ultimately a film concerned more with pacing than with substance or insight, with the need to keep things moving occasionally working against its attempts at emotional depth.
But it also has a few ideas of its own which set it apart from many of the films it is referencing or taking after. One of the film's main themes is reputation.
Roger Brown is a man whose life is built around both his own personal reputation and the belief that reputation is the only thing that matters.
He steals priceless works of art to fund his lifestyle and make his wife happy, ensuring that they can be seen at the right parties and own the house that everyone wants.
His job involves making judgements on people based on others' opinions of them and concerns about the images of the companies he serves.
His numerous misfortunes as the film goes on find him discovering that this frame of mind is deeply damaging: his desire for status is ultimately what leads to the affair and his life falling apart around him.
The central conflict between Roger and Clas Greve furthers this theme, and asks a supplementary question about the importance of empathy over ambition.
In their final showdown in Ove's house, Clas appears to have the upper hand. He stands lean and elegant against the shrinking, pathetic Roger, and ridicules him for lacking the power and will to keep the things he wanted.
Roger then trumps him with the reveal about the bullets, signifying his motives were the better ones.
He chose the love of his wife over the satisfaction of the deal, and after hours of running, he finally defeats his opponent. Like many thrillers, Headhunters plays with the idea of deceitful appearances.
Clas starts off as a distinctive client of Roger's, smartly dressed, straight to the point and a worthy opponent at the dinner table. He then becomes a ruthless soldier and hunter, then a soldier at the centre of a murky corporate deal, and finally a thrill-seeking killer comprising all of the above.
On paper it all sounds fanciful, but Tyldum's direction holds the character and conceit together. Every time you think you can't go with a plot point, he pulls back and concentrates on making Clas threatening, thereby ensuring that we take him seriously even if we don't entirely understand him.
As I said before, Headhunters is more concerned with pacing than with substance. It doesn't contain any great insights into the world of art crime, or make any point like Killing Them Softly about how crime and big business are essentially built on identical foundations.
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