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Don't Forget to Breathe di Martin Turk | Trailer italiano

《窒愛青春》(斯洛維尼亞/義大利/克羅埃西亞/2019/劇情)

語言:斯洛維尼亞語

 

15歲的Klemen崇拜18歲的哥哥Peter,把他視為偶像和最好的朋友。兩個男孩由單親媽撫養長大,他們在網球場上花了很多時間以訓練自己奪冠。當Peter愛上美麗的Sonja,Klemen的世界瓦解了。他氣哥哥的性感女友改變了他們的生活,同時又無可救藥地受到她女性魅力的吸引。體態成熟的少女Sonja對自己的魅力充滿信心。

Klemen對自己的各種情緒感到困惑,以一種衝突的方式迷戀著Sonja。他想法設法要將Peter和Sonja拆散,這樣哥哥就能回到他身邊,然而他的魯莽行為把Peter越逼越遠,最後他不得不面對可能發生的災難後果。

《窒愛青春》是一部氛圍迷人的成長電影,描述青春期的脆弱、嫉妒和情愛,少男少女終究得接受轉變的世界。

導演/編劇:馬丁特克

製片:艾達韋斯

製作公司:Bela Film,Quasar Multimedia,Studio dim

演員:馬蒂亞瓦蘭特,蒂內烏格林,克拉拉庫克,羅納馬蒂耶維奇,傑曼尼古拉朱里科,伊娃克拉金

獎項:

  • 2019年羅馬影展,Alice in the City獎,新進演員入圍,馬丁特克。
  • 2019年薩格勒布影展,最佳電影入圍,馬丁特克。

導演聲明:

《窒愛青春》是一部親密的成長電影,描述這個時期的初戀、嫉妒等強烈情緒。我想透過一個15歲孩子的眼光來描繪青春期的混亂,特點就是情緒暴走、尷尬困惑和自大,還有害怕失去對你最重要的人,少不了的同情和吸引力終究讓青少年能夠跨入成人世界。匆忙的生活使得我們忘卻了這些根本而共通的印象,它們以關鍵方式塑造了我們的個性。-馬丁特克

影評:

  • 「在《窒愛青春》中,我們目睹了主角的偉大覺醒,不僅是因為角色進入了成長關鍵期,而且這個過程發生在優美鄉村的炎熱夏季。外省的夏天對敘事流向如此重要,四季不僅可以看作是風景優美的背景,大自然本身更是劇中的重要角色:夏天就是至高無上的造物主,上帝之手,如同希臘戲劇,上帝的手將英雄們拋向世界,面對無法預料的考驗,其後果要到很久之後才知曉。能確定的只有一件事,這個難忘的夏天將永遠銘刻他們的生活。」影評人MaticMajcen
  • 「……因此,《窒愛青春》將會感動那些陷入難以理解又暴力的渴望、失望、期望的人……,以及已經跨越門檻的人,逝去時刻的記憶仍然歷歷在目。導演說:『匆忙的生活使得我們忘卻了這些根本而共通的印象,它們以關鍵方式塑造了我們的個性。』每個新世代都在塑造自己的年代,基於共通而普遍的對抗,面對其精神和未知世界的神秘深淵。」電影理論家Andrej Sprah
  • 《窒愛青春》是斯洛維尼亞導演馬丁特克的第三部長片,令人難忘。TehTeard的動人配樂加上RadislavJovanov的優美掌鏡,刻畫出Klemen和同伴的互動,他們似乎沒有察覺到變化的環境給Klemen帶來嚴重焦慮。-Silvia Fabbri
  • 「特克將劇本轉譯成一部具有視覺吸引力的電影,他回到童年的故鄉,以他記憶中的聲音、光線和夏日的熱度創作了一首視覺詩歌。」Gianluca Vignola
  • 「特克的執導手法令人聯想到盧卡格達戈尼諾的《以你的名字呼喚我》,本片以優雅的形式,講述了一個發生在炎熱夏天的初戀和心痛的故事。以斯洛維尼亞美麗的大自然為背景,美麗而原始的斯洛維尼亞鄉村在RadislavJovanov掌鏡下更加美得出奇。」-Roberto Puntato
  • 「馬丁特克拍出一部精緻小品。」-Sofia Peroni
  • 「片中的年輕主角由三位電影新人馬蒂亞瓦蘭特、蒂內烏格林、克拉拉庫克飾演,他們成功地體現了青春期面對的焦慮和喜悅。」-AlessiaMarvuglia
  • 「和主角Klemen一樣,這部電影也不忘呼吸。本片敘事不按時間順序,而是由場景、事件和轉瞬即逝的情節組成,以紀念成長的時刻。美麗的大自然,茂密的肥沃田野,緩緩流動的河水,這裡不僅是無憂無慮的遊樂場,黑暗中還隱藏著無形和無處不在的變化。……特克帶來最真誠、成熟的作品,令人想起了成長電影中的夏季。」-Tina Lesnicar
  • 「15歲的時候,一切都令人受不了。媽媽、爸爸、兄弟姐妹、同學,變與不變的事物,一切都是。青春期令人不知所措,因為你無法用語言來表達,更不用說解釋了,你只強烈地感受到一切。除此之外,沒有人會在乎你的感覺。大人早就忘記了自己的影響力,同年齡人的滿腦子是自己的問題,而你越來越困惑、憤怒和孤獨。獨自面對所有人,陷在童年和成年中間的尷尬地帶,你感到惶恐……
  • 這些就是導演馬丁特克以精緻但寫實的手法在新片《窒愛青春》裡呈現的感受。」GajaPöschl,斯洛維尼亞Ars電台,〈Let's Go to the Cinema〉節目。

 

 

DON’T FORGET TO BREATHE (SLOVENIA/ITALY/CROATIA/2019/DRAMA)

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Language: Slovenian

Klemen (15) adores his brother Peter (18) who is also his idol and best friend. The boys, raised by a single mother, are growing up in a small countryside town, spending their days on the tennis court, training to be champions.

When Peter falls in love with the beautiful Sonja, Klemen's world starts disintegrating. He feels anger towards his brother's voluptuous girlfriend who is bringing radical change into their life, while at the same time being hopelessly drawn to her feminine sensuality. Sonja is a fully grown young woman, confident in her charms.

Klemen is confused by the unfamiliar emotions washing over him and obsessed with Sonja in various conflicting ways. He comes up with foolish plans to break up Peter and Sonja so he can have his brother back. But his reckless ideas only manage to drive Peter further away, and the boy has to face the consequences of actions that could result in disaster.

Don't Forget To Breathe is an atmospheric and intimate coming of age drama about the fragility of teenage period, jealousy, erotics and the inevitable process of accepting the fact that the world is changing.

Director/Writer: Martin Turk

Producer: Ida Weiss

Production Co: Bela Film, Quasar Multimedia, Studio dim

Cast:  Matija Valant, Tine Ugrin, Klara Kuk, RonjaMatijevecJerman, Nikola Djuricko, Iva Krajnc

Awards:

  • Martin Turk, Young Adult Nominee, Alice in the City Prize, Rome FF, 2019.
  • Martin Turk, Best Film Nominee, Zagreb FF, 2019.

Director’s Statement :

“Don't forget to breathe” is an intimate drama about growing up, the first love, jealousy and strong emotions that pervade a person during this period. Through the eyes of a 15-year-old, I wanted to portray this hectic period of adolescence, marked by unwise outbursts, awkward confusion, unwavering arrogance, and most of all by the fear of losing the person who was most important to you at that moment. At the same time, the inevitable part of this period is the sympathy and attraction that enable a young man to cross into the adult world. I believe that these are formative, all-knowing and universal impressions that we have forgotten in the haste of life, even though they have shaped our personalities in a crucial way. ” - Martin Turk

Reviews :

  • "In “Don't forget to breathe”, we are witnessing the" great awakening "of the main protagonist, which not only unfolds because the character has entered a crucial period of his growing up, but because this process is triggered by the scenery of a hot summer in an embrace of unspoiled nature. It is precisely the summer in the province that is so important to the flow of the narrative that the seasons can not only be seen as a scenic background, but nature itself plays the role of a central film character. And not just any character - summer is that supreme demiurge, the hand of God, who, like in a Greek drama, throws his heroes into the world with all his might and faces trials that cannot be predicted and whose consequences will be realized until much later. . There is only one thing in advance - it will be that one unforgettable summer that will forever mark their lives.”MaticMajcen, Film Critic
  • “…Therefore, Do not forget to breathe is a film that will be felt by those who find themselves in the swirls of incomprehensible but violent longings, disappointments, expectations… and think, know and feel that at the same time no one and no one, nothing and everything… so will those who have already crossed the threshold of the future, but the memory of the vulnerable moments of passing is still alive and tangible. But we will also feel it for those of us who, perhaps, have all these heated emotions and unsettling feelings "forgotten in the haste of life, even though they have shaped our personality", according to the film's author. It can be seen as a reminder that each new generation is shaping its own, but on the basis of a common, universal confrontation with the terribly mysterious depths of its spirit and incomprehensible world.” Andrej Sprah, Film Theorist
  • “Remember to Breathe, the third feature film by Slovenian director Martin Turk, is a valuable cinematic gem and is one of those films that will be hard to forget. /../ Turk's

sophisticated gaze, the touching and sensual music of TehTeard, and the beautiful photograph of RadislavJovanov are in a melancholy dance that portrays Klemen and his companions who do not seem to perceive Klemen's severe anxiety caused by the change caused by the change experience.” Silvia Fabbri

  • "Turk managed to translate the script into a visually compelling film. With him, he returns to his childhood places and creates visual poetry through which he remembers the sounds, the rays of the sun and the summer heat. " Gianluca Vignola
  • “If you remember the movie Call Me By Your Name, LuceGuadaginova when watching the movie, it will be because of Turk's directing, which manages to present the story of a hot summer, first love and pain with elegance and grace. The beautiful and untouched Slovenian countryside, where the story takes place and where we really get to know the main character, is even more beautiful with the evocative photo of RadislavJovanov.” Roberto Puntato
  • "Martin Turk has created a small cinematic gem." Sofia Peroni
  • "The young characters are portrayed by Matija Valant, Tina Ugrin and Klara Kuk, three film newcomers who very successfully embody all the anxieties and joys that a youthful discovery brings to life." AlessiaMarvuglia–
  • Like the main character Klemen, the film does not forget to breathe. A story that does not run chronologically but consists of scenes, events and fleeting episodes as moments of remembrance of growing up, lavish shots of nature, lush fertile fields, a lazy river, which is not only a carefree play field, but in the darkness hides a hint of change, invisible and ubiquitous. /… / Turk's most sincere and mature film, which brings to mind all the similar growing up in the film summers.
    -Tina Lesnicar, Delo
  • When you are fifteen, everything gets on your nerves. Mom, dad, siblings, classmates, things that change and things that don't. Everything. Most of all, it gets on your nerves that you don't know very well what is so bad about your nerves, because you can't really put it into words, let alone explain it, you can only feel it, and it is so very powerful. On top of all these accumulated feelings, no one is taking you very seriously. Adults have long forgotten what weight they have, peers have their heads full of their problems, and you are increasingly confused, angry and lonely. Alone against everyone, trapped in the interim of past childhood and approaching adulthood. And you're scared. /… /
  • These are the feelings, emotions and states in which director Martin Turk immersed the story of his new feature film in an extremely delicate yet authentically full-blooded way Don't forget to breathe . "-GajaPöschl, 3rd program of Radio Slovenia - Ars, from the program Let's Go to the Cinema -