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《妮娜的變奏青春》(斯洛伐克共和國/捷克共和國/2017/劇情)

NINA (SLOVAK REPUBLIC/CZECH REPUBLIC/2017/DRAMA)

NINA

 

語言:斯洛伐克語

Language: Slovak

 

Synopsis

Nina今年12歲。她的父母正在辦離婚,世界在她眼前分崩離析。

 

爸媽說都是為了她好,但實際上從他們的行為舉止來看,他們只關心自己。Nina無法理解他們。

 

她感到被遺棄和受騙,彷彿世上沒有她可以相信的東西。生活中唯一能依靠的是競技游泳。

 

她在游池裡找到了家裡沒有的平靜和支持。當她看似無法參加游泳比賽,Nina做出了激進的舉動。

 

劇介

Nina今年12歲,她的父母的婚姻破裂正在辦離婚,她的世界變得支離破碎。繼國際上大獲好評的首部作品《Miracle》之後,約萊勒霍茨基帶來了一部私密的戲劇片,觀眾透過12歲女孩Nina的雙眼來觀察世界,以及成年人自私的行為。Nina雖然任性和挑釁,但也有脆弱的一面,就像她在花園棚屋裡為自己創造的迷你世界。

 

 

 

導演:約萊勒霍茨基  編劇:馬列克勒斯卡,約萊勒霍茨基

製片人:卡特琳娜湯姆科娃

製作公司:Punkchart films, Endorfilm

主演:比比安娜諾瓦科娃,羅伯特羅斯,佩特拉佛納約娃,約瑟夫克萊因迪恩斯特

米羅斯拉夫波拉克,西蒙娜庫琴科娃,托馬斯克洛布奇尼克

 

影展與獎項:

  • 2017年卡羅維瓦利影展,西部東部競賽單元,世界首映
  • 2017年吉福尼電影節(義大利)
  • 2017年維瑟格勒地平線(捷克)
  • 2017年多倫多電影節,當代世界電影單元,北美首映
  • 2017年華沙國際電影節(波蘭),費比西獎
  • 2017年聖保羅國際電影節(巴西),國際視角
  • 2017年科特布斯電影節,德國-波蘭-捷克青年電影競賽(德國)
  • 2017年阿拉伯谷國際電影節(以色列)
  • 2017年塔林黑夜影展,電影大觀單元(愛沙尼亞)
  • 2017年開羅影展(埃及),金字塔銅獎
  • 2017年Ale Kino國際兒少電影節(波蘭)
  • 2017-18年Amur-Autumn莫斯科/葉卡捷琳堡電影戲劇節(俄羅斯)
  • 2018年奈塞電影節(德國),長片類競賽得主
  • 2018年魯布斯卡國際電影節
  • 2018年黑色帆布當代電影節(墨西哥)
  • 2018年Buster兒童影展(丹麥)
  • 2018年歐洲電影論壇Scanorama單元(立陶宛)

 

(IMDB)

約萊勒霍茨基

  • 2017年開羅國際電影節,最佳首部或第二部作品
  • 2017年開羅國際電影節最佳影片入圍
  • 2017年卡羅維瓦利國際電影節東方西方獎入圍
  • 2018年斯洛伐克Sun in a Net獎,最佳導演入圍

 

其他

  • 2018年斯洛伐克Sun in a Net獎最佳男配角,羅伯特羅斯
  • 2018年斯洛伐克Sun in a Net獎最佳女配角入圍,佩特拉佛納約娃。
  • 2018年斯洛伐克Sun in a Net獎,最佳攝影入圍

 

 

 

 

 

 

關於導演

新進導演萊霍茨基此前曾執導紀錄片《Blind Loves》,該片在坎城影展導演雙週首映,並獲得了CICAE藝術電影獎。首部作品《Miracle》在卡羅維瓦利影展首映,並獲得評審團特別提及。

 

影評:

  • 「令人心酸」;「突破性演出」(Indiewire)
  • 「精彩的視覺呈現」; 「入木三分的觀察力」;「年輕素人演員帶來精彩表演……」(好萊塢報導者)
  • 「離婚夫婦往往看不到彼此針鋒相對可能對孩子造成影響,這就是本片要探討的。」(多倫多Now雜誌)
  • 「年輕的比比安娜諾瓦科娃出演本片主角,表現傑出,精準地呈現出人生受限的痛苦。」(Cinema Scope)
  • 本片主角比比安娜諾瓦科娃飾演Nina,廣受讚譽,這是她第一次演出電影。
  • 如同首部作品《Miracle》,約萊勒霍茨基在第二部電影也汲取自己拍攝紀錄片的經驗,如實地描繪了生活和人際關係。前作《Miracle》點出了社會許多層面,這次勒霍茨基則是與同事兼被受敬重的編劇馬列克勒斯卡合作,編寫了一部私密劇情片,觀眾透過12歲的女孩來看待成年人的自私行為。
  • 《妮娜的變奏青春》:多倫多國際電影節片單,約萊勒霍茨基拍出一部令人心酸的離婚劇情片,年輕的主角帶來突破性演出

 

 

Synopsis

Nina is 12. Her parents are getting a divorce and her world is falling apart before her eyes.

 

Her mom and dad say they are only doing what is best for her, but in fact, they act as though they only cared for themselves. Nina doesn’t understand them.

 

She feels abandoned and deceived – it’s like there is nothing left in the world that she could believe in. Her only security in life is competitive swimming.

 

At the pool she finds calm and support and everything she lacks at home. When it looks like she won’t be able to attend a swimming competition, she makes a radical move.

 

Synopsis

Nina is twelve years old and her world has just been shattered to smithereens: Her parents’ marriage has broken down and they are getting a divorce. After his internationally successful feature debut Miracle Juraj Lehotský now brings us an intimate drama in which the viewer looks upon the world and the selfish, visionless behaviour of adults through the eyes of a 12-year-old girl. A girl who is resilient and belligerent, but also vulnerable and just as fragile as the miniature world she creates for herself in the garden shed.

 

 

 

Director:          Juraj Lehotský
Writers:           Marek Leščák & Juraj Lehotský

Producers:               Katarina Tomkova

Production Co:        Punkchart films, Endorfilm

Cast:                        Bibiana Nováková, Robert Roth, Petra Fornayová, Josef Kleindienst

                        Miroslav Pollack, Simona Kuchynková, Tomáš Klobučník

 

Festivals And Awards

  • World Premiere – Karlovy Vary 2017 – Competition East of the West
  • Giffoni Film Festival 2017 (Italy)
  • Visegrad Horizon 2017 (Czech)
  • Toronto – Contemporary World Cinema – North American Premiere, 2017.
  • Warsaw IFF 2017 (Poland) – FIPRESCI AWARD
  • Sao Paulo IFF 2017 (Brazil) – International Perspective
  • Cottbus FF German-Polish-Czech Youth Film Competition 2017 (Germany)
  • Arava IFF 2017 (Israel)
  • Tallinn Black Nights – Panorama, 2017 (Estonia)
  • Cairo FF 2017 (Egypt) – Bronze Pyramid Award
  • Ale Kino 2017 (Poland)
  • Amur-Autumn Moscow/Ekaterinburg Festival 2017-18 (Russia)
  • Neisse Film Festival 2018 (Germany) – Winner of Feature Film Competition
  • Lubuskie IFF 2018
  • Festival de Cine Contemporeano Black Canvas 2018 (Mexico)
  • Buster 2018 (Denmark)
  • European Film Forum Scanorama 2018 (Lithunaia)

 

IMDB

Juraj Lehotský

  • Best First or Second Work of a Director, Cairo IFF, 2017.
  • Best Film Nominee, Cairo IFF, 2017.
  • East of West  Award Nominee, Karlovy Vary IFF, 2017.
  • Best Director Nominee, Sun in a Net Awards, Slovakia, 2018.

 

Others

  • Robert Roth, Best Supporting Actor, Sun in a Net Awards, Slovakia, 2018.
  • Petra Fornayová, Best Supporting Actress Nominee, Sun in a Net Awards, Slovakia, 2018.
  • Best Cinematography Nominee, Sun in a Net Awards, Slovakia, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the Director

An up-and-coming filmmaker, Lehotsky previously directed the documentary feature “Blind Loves,” which premiered at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight, where it won the C.I.C.A.E Art Cinema Award. Lehotsky’s feature debut, “Miracle,” premiered at Karlovy Vary and earned Special Jury Mention.

 

Reviews:

  •  “Heartbreaking” ;  “Breakthrough performance” (Indiewire)
  • “visually striking”; “well-observed” ; “a terrific performance out of the young and inexperienced female lead…” (The Hollywood Reporter)
  • “This is a fine take on what happens when a divorcing couple can’t see the impact of their acrimony on their child.” (Now Toronto)
  • “Young Bibiana Nováková anchors the picture superbly in the title role, precisely capturing her character’s painful restraint.” (Cinema Scope)
  • The film’s star, Bibiana Nováková, has been acclaimed for her performance as Nina, which marks her first role.
  • Like his feature debut Miracle, Juraj Lehotský’s second film also draws on his experience as a documentarist to depict life and personal relationships without a trace of embellishment. While Miracle highlighted various social aspects, on this occasion Lehotský, together with his close colleague, respected scriptwriter Marek Leščák, turns out an intimate drama in which the viewer looks upon the world and the selfish, visionless behaviour of adults through the eyes of a 12-year-old girl.
  • ‘Nina’: Juraj Lehotsky’s Heartbreaking TIFF Divorce Drama Packs a Breakthrough Peformance From Young Star — Watch