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媽媽最偉大!母情節跟媽媽共賞《抓狂媽咪又一天》 (One Day)

抓狂媽咪又一天 (匈牙利/2018/劇情)

ONE DAY (HUNGARY/2018/DRAMA)

EGY NAP

 

語言:匈牙利語

Language: Hungarian

 

劇介

Anna今年40歲,生活過得庸庸碌碌,已婚的她育有三個孩子,還得面對工作和經濟壓力。Ann總是按時完成交辦事項,負責為家裡採買購物,還得記住大小事。但是她跟丈夫各忙各的,她覺得兩人漸行漸遠,也知道不能再逃避接下來發生的事情。日常生活的衝擊,難以忍受的一成不變,生活中有脆弱也有獨特的一面。

劇介

索菲亞澤拉吉的導演處女作在坎城影展導演雙週首映,以一個育有三子的母親的一天為背景,拍出一部緊張的家庭驚悚劇情片。Ann(索菲亞薩莫西飾演,表現精彩)是一位老師,她的丈夫忙於工作,兩人育有三個孩子。家中經濟不算寬裕,每天要做的事很多。Anna的每一天都像拼圖遊戲,她必須解決事業上和生活中的各種問題。她送孩子去上劍術課、音樂課、上托兒所,在孩子們生病或埋怨時耐心應對。她的作息表爆滿,幾乎沒有休息時間,連跟丈夫談心的機會都沒有。她發現丈夫有外遇,雖然震驚,卻也只能當作忙碌生活中又一件事來看待。

劇介

本片採用紀錄片寫實手法來拍攝,描述一名忙碌婦女的36小時生活。當她懷疑自己丈夫外遇,生活中的挫敗感更是雪上加霜。

編劇/導演:索菲亞澤拉吉

製片:艾吉巴塔基,艾迪娜肯奈西

製作公司:Partnersfilm, Sparks, Filmpartners, Prop Club, Hungarian Filmlab

演員:索菲亞薩莫西,里奧費瑞迪,安娜瑪麗亞郎,安布洛斯巴爾扎

佐爾卡瓦爾加布拉斯科,馬克加多斯

 

導演簡歷

索菲亞澤拉吉出生於布達佩斯,曾在佩奇大學和布達佩斯電影與戲劇學院攻讀電影。之前拍攝電視劇和紀錄片,本片為她的首部長片。她稱《抓狂媽咪又一天》是一部「婚姻驚悚片」,並觀察到「事實證明,世界上最古老也最自然的工作實在是太難做了」。 (她與15世紀匈牙利貴族特蘭西瓦尼亞副省長彼得蓋瑞伯德凡加的妻子同名同姓。)

 

獎項:

索菲亞澤拉吉:

2018年美國電影學院電影節觀眾票選獎(最佳新導演)。

2018年開羅國際電影節國際競賽。

2018年坎城影展,導演雙週或影評人週競賽片,費比西獎。

2018年坎城影展影評人週大獎入圍。

2018年坎城影展金攝影機獎入圍。

2019年克利夫蘭國際電影節喬治·岡德三世紀念獎,中歐及東歐電影競賽類。

2018年科克國際電影節觀眾獎,最佳影片入圍。

2018年從哥本哈根電影節新人獎入圍。2018年歐洲電影獎歐洲發現獎入圍。

2018年希洪國際電影節最佳影片入圍。

2018年漢普頓國際電影節敘事長片入圍。

2019匈牙利電影週最佳劇本。

2018年米什科爾茨國際電影節最佳影片入圍。

2018年米明斯克國際電影節青年導演長片競賽類入圍。

2018年雪梨影展最佳影片入圍。

2019年的里雅斯特影展最佳長片入圍。

2019年維爾紐斯國際電影節最佳導演。

2019年維爾紐斯國際電影節最佳影片入圍。

 

其他:

2018年電影攝影藝術國際影展最佳首部片攝影入圍,巴拉斯多蒙科斯。

2019年匈牙利電影週,最佳女主角,索菲亞薩莫西。

2018年藝術影展,最佳女主角,索菲亞薩莫西。

 

影評:

「《抓狂媽咪又一天》以精彩又原始的觀點來描述母性,完全不迴避或美化養育孩子是多麼繁瑣的工作……」母親的勇氣– (好萊塢報導者)

「一部驚人的處女作,以驚悚片手法改寫了家庭戲劇,詳細描述了一名母親忙碌的一天。坎城影展影評人週首映。

索菲亞澤拉吉是奧斯卡獎入圍導演伊爾蒂蔻恩伊達(《肉體與靈魂》)的學生和助理。

她將自己的導演處女作稱為「婚姻驚悚片」。

「一部濃烈、私密的首部作品」 –(綜藝報)

「強而有力的劇情片」-(銀幕日報)

 

花絮:

在開車那場戲,Anna和孩子們一起唱歌,歌曲(〈Betütészta〉,milyenferi演唱)是由4歲的Zorka(Sári飾演)向製作團隊推薦的。 IMDB索菲亞澤拉吉執導處女作。以手搖鏡頭拍攝–IMDB

 

Synopsis

Anna is 40. She is always in a rush. She has three children, a husband, a job and financial stress. Anna meets deadlines, makes promises, takes care of things, brings stuff home and remembers everything. But she never catches up with her husband. She’d like to talk to him. She feels she is losing him. And she feels she can’t always evade what comes next. A clash between the everyday, the unbearably monotonous and the fragile and unique.

 

Synopsis

In her startling feature film debut, which premiered at Cannes Critic’s Week, Zsófia Szilágyi brilliantly reinvents the domestic drama as a taut thriller, detailing one day in the life of a mother of three. Anna (an extraordinary Zsófia Szamosi) is a teacher with a busy husband, three children, financial stress and a great deal to do. Every day for Anna is like a jigsaw puzzle of tasks, both professional and personal. She shepherds her children around to fencing lessons, music classes and nursery school, and stoically deals with their illnesses and complaints. With this manic schedule, Anna barely has time to stop, or to actually talk to her husband. When she learns that he has cheated on her, this devastating piece of news must be absorbed and dealt with as just another task on this especially taxing day. 

 

Synopsis

With almost documentary realism, this drama covers 36 hours in the life of a harried mother whose quotidian frustrations are intensified when she suspects her husband of adultery.

 

Writer/Director:     Zsófia Szilágyi

Producers:               Agi Pataki, Edina Kenesei

Production Co:        Partnersfilm, Sparks, Filmpartners, Prop Club, Hungarian Filmlab

Cast:                        Zsófia Szamosi, Leó Füredi, Annamária Láng, Ambrus Barcza,

Zorka Varga-Blaskó, Márk Gárdos

 

Director Biography

Born in Budapest, Zsófia Szilágyi studied film at the University of Pécs and the Academy of Film and Drama of Budapest. She has worked in television and on documentaries; this is her debut feature. She calls One Day, her intimate look at motherhood, "a matrimonial thriller," and observes that "It turned out that the most ancient and most natural job in the world is pretty damn hard." ​(Also, she shares her name with a 15th-century Hungarian noblewoman, the wife of Péter Geréb de Vingárt, vice-voivode of Transylvania.)

 

Awards:

Zsófia Szilágyi:

  • Audience Award Nominee (New Auteurs), AFI Fest, 2018.
  • International Competition, Cairo IFF, 2018.
  • Director’s Fortnight or Critic’s Week Competition, FIPRESCI Prize, Cannes, 2018.
  • Critic’s Week Grand Prize Nominee, Cannes, 2018.
  • Golden Camera Nominee, Cannes, 2018.
  • George Gund III Memorial Central and Eastern European Film Competition, Cleveland IFF, 2019.
  • Best Film Nominee, Audience Award, Cork IFF, 2018.
  • New talent Grand PIX Nominee, CPH PIX, 2018.
  • European Discovery Nominee, European Film Awards, 2018.
  • Best Film Nominee, Gijón IFF, 2018.
  • Narrative Feature Nominee, Hamptons IFF, 2018.
  • Best Screeenplay, Hungarian Film Week, 2019.
  • Emeric Pressburger Prize Nominee, Jameson CineFest – Miskolc IFF, 2018.
  • Youth on the March: Feature Films Competitin Nominee, Minsk IFF “Listapad“, 2018.
  • Best Film Nominee, Sydney FF, 2018.
  • Best Feature Film Nominee, Trieste FF, 2019.
  • Best Director, Vilnius IFF, 2019.
  • Best Film Nominee, Vilnius IFF, 2019.

 

Others:

  • Balázs Domokos, Best Cinematopgraphy Debut Nominee, Camerimage, 2018.
  • Zsófia Szamosi, Best Actress, Hungarian Film Week, 2019.
  • Zsófia Szamosi, Best Female Performance, Art FF, 2018.

 

Reviews:

  • One Day is a truly brilliant and original perspective on motherhood, a refusal to shy away from or prettify the gruelling work that having children entails…”
  • Mother courage – THR
  • This startling debut brilliantly reinvents the domestic drama as a taut thriller, detailing a hectic day in the life of a mother. Premiered at Cannes Critic’s Week.
  • Szilagyi, a former student of and assistant to Academy Award® nominee Ildiko Enyedi (On Body And Soul), calls her film a "matrimonial thriller."
  • “intense, intimate debut film” – Variety
  • “unexpecedly powerful drama” - ScreenDaily

Trivia:

  • In the car scene, where Anna and the children sing together, the song (Betütészta by milyenferi) was recommended to the production team by the 4 year old Zorka, Sári's character. IMDB
  •  Zsófia Szilágyi's directorial film debut. IMDB
  • Shot in a handheld style –