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2012台北電影節瑞典新潮《賽巴怎麼了?》Sebbe 中文預告 trailer

賽巴怎麼了?(瑞典/2010/劇情)

SEBBE (SWEDEN/2010/DRAMA)

SEBBE

 

語言:瑞典語

Language: Swedish

 

劇介

膠帶,電纜,炸藥,雷管。Sebbe從沒打算製造炸彈,但事情就這樣發生了。Sebbe十五歲,和母親同住一間小公寓。他盡己所能,從不還手。Sebbe愛他的母親,他不能不愛。Sebbe逃到了垃圾場,在他的手中,壞掉的東西又有了生命,他有創造的能力,在這裡,他雖然孤單,但他是自由的。隨著他的世界越來越小,他也越來越孤立,直到最後,他徹底一個人,除了母親以外沒有別人。母親令他失望的時候,代表世界再也沒有希望。

作家/導演:巴巴克納加菲(《全面攻佔2:倫敦救援》2016)

製片:咪咪史班,蕾貝卡拉弗倫茲

製作公司:Garagefilm International AB

演員:賽巴斯汀霍特阿夫奧納斯,伊娃梅蘭德,肯尼沃爾布林克

 

獎項與影展

巴巴克納加菲

2012年安諾內國際電影節評審團大獎入圍。

2010年柏林影展最佳首部作品獎。

2010年麼孟買國際電影節金門獎入圍。

2011年金甲蟲獎最佳導演入圍。

2010年哥德堡電影節最佳瑞典電影獎。

2011年及金甲蟲獎最佳影片。

2011年金甲蟲獎最佳男主角入圍,賽巴斯汀霍特阿夫奧納斯。

2011年哥德堡電影節勞倫斯獎,咪咪史班與蕾貝卡拉弗倫茲。

2011年法國巴黎兒少影展大獎。

2011年斯德哥爾摩瑞典影評人協會Greta獎。

2010年柏林影展最佳首部片獎。

2010年葡萄牙國際電影節首部片獎。

2010年捷克茲林國際兒少影展基督教評審獎,最佳兒少長片金拖鞋獎。

2010年哥特堡國際電影節龍獎入圍,最佳瑞典電影獎得主。

2010年德班國際電影節最佳男主角獎。

2010年埃納兒少國際電影節首屆ECFA獎/演員獎,賽巴斯汀霍特阿夫奧納斯。

2010年巴里亞多利德國際電影節Meeting Point單元最佳長片。

2011年青年電影節大獎。2011年坎城兒少影展正式入選。

 

關於導演

巴巴克納加菲於1975年出生在德黑蘭,1980中期搬到瑞典。

他就讀電影學院(1998-2002),專門從事紀錄片製作,並拍攝了一系列備受好評的短片,主要為紀錄片。2004年獲得了Bo Widerberg獎金。

2010年春,他的第一部長片《賽巴怎麼了》首映,在柏林影展獲得了最佳首部片獎。該片描述住在國宅的瑞典工人階級單親媽和十多歲的兒子Sebbe(Sebastian簡稱)。巴巴克納加菲迴避了常見的濫用毒品、犯罪和種族主義文化的刻板印象,直接呈現階級和貧困對主角的影響。

我們在製作公司的辦公室見面,地點是斯德哥爾摩的舊城區(他說這裏太像迪士尼樂園的感覺,很難給人靈感)。他剛從紐約回來,《塞巴怎麼了》被收錄在林肯中心電影協會的瑞典電影特輯,標題為「北歐曝光:瑞典電影中的社會改變與性」。

 

Synopsis

Duct tape, electrical cables, explosives, detonator. Sebbe never planned to build a bomb. It just happened. Sebbe is fifteen and lives with his mother in an apartment that is much too small. He does his best. He never hits back. Sebbe loves his mother because he can't do otherwise. Sebbe escapes to the junk yard, and in his hands, dead things come to life. He has the power to create. Here he is free, but alone. His detachment increases at the same pace that his world shrinks, until finally, one day he is completely isolated, without anyone except his mother. When she fails him, all else fails.

Writer/Director:     Babak Najfai (London Has Fallen, 2016)

Producers:               Mimmi Spang, Rebbecka Lafrenz

Production Co:        Garagefilm International AB

Cast:                            Sebastian Hiort af Ornas, Efa Melander, Kenny Wahlbrink

 

Awards & Festivals:

Babak Najfai

  • Grand Jury Prize Nominee, Annonay Intl Festival of First Films, 2012.
  • Best Debut Film, Berlin IFF, 2010.
  • Golden Gateway Nominee, Bombay IFF, 2010.
  • Best Direction Nominee, Guldbagge Awards, 2011.
  • Church of Sweden Film Award, Göteborg Film Festival, 2010.
  • Best Film, Gulbagge Awards, 2011.
  • Sebastian Hiort af Ornas, Best Actor Nominee, Gulbagge Awards, 2011.
  • Mimmi Soang & Rebecca Lafrenz, Lorens Award, Göteborg Film Festival, 2011.
  • The Cine Junior Grand Prize, Frankrike, Festival Award, Paris, 2011.
  • Greta Award, The Swedish Association of Film Critics, Sverige, Stockholm, 2011.
  • Best First Feature, Berlin International Film Festival 2010.
  • First Works Award, Festroia Portugal Special Award, 2010.
  • Best Feature Film for Youth and Golden Slipper Award, Zlin Czech Ecumenical Jury Award, 2010.
  • Sweden Dragon Award Nominee and Winner of the Swedish Church´s Award, Göteborg International Film Festival, 2010.
  • Best Actor Award, Durban International Film Festival, 2010.
  • First ECFA award / Actor Prize Sebastian Hiort, International Film Festival Cine-Jeune, 2010.
  • Best Feature in Meeting Point Section, Valladolid International Film Festival, 2010.
  • Grand Prize, Festival Ciné Junior 2011.
  • Official Selection, Cannes Junior 2011.

 

About the Director

Babak Najafi was born in Teheran in 1975 and came to Sweden as a boy in the mid-1980s.

He went to film school (1998–2002), specializing in documentary film-making, and then made a series of well-received short films, mostly documentary, gaining him a ‘Bo Widerberg grant’ in 2004.

 

In the spring of 2010 his first feature film, Sebbe, premiered. It won the Best Debut Film award at the Berlin Film Festival. Sebbe portrays the problematic life of a single, Swedish, working-class mother and her teenage son, Sebbe (short for Sebastian), living on a dreary concrete housing estate. Avoiding all the common stereotypes of drug abuse, criminality and racialized culturalism, Najafi looks directly at the effects of class and relative poverty on the lives of his protagonists.

When I meet him at the offices of the film’s production company in the quaint Old Town district of Stockholm (a location he finds just a bit too complacently Disneyesque to be inspiring) he’s just home from a visit to New York, where Sebbe has been included in a programme of Swedish films screened by the Film Society of Lincoln Center under the title, ‘Northern Exposures: Social Changes and Sexuality in Swedish Cinema’.