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嫁禍(奧地利/2012/劇情)

KUMA (AUSTRIA/2012/DRAMA)

KUMA

 

語言:德語,土耳其語

Language: German, Turkish

 

劇介

土耳其農村正在舉辦一場喧鬧的婚禮,一個鄉下姑娘嫁給了年輕的丈夫,夫家是移民維也納的土耳其人,但兩人的結合似乎有些不太對勁的地方。一到奧地利,天真的新娘Ayse(碧根阿卡雅飾演)發現了自己真正的命運:現在她的身分是公公的非正式偏房,正室Fatma(妮哈爾柯達斯飾演)因罹患癌症,無法再履行妻子的義務。雖然事態發展令人震驚,但Ayse還是接受了命運,甚至與罹病的Fatma成為朋友。

 

 

導演:烏姆特達格

製片:維特海杜施卡,麥克卡茲

製作公司:Wega Film, Österreichischer Rundfunk (ORF)

演員:妮哈爾柯達斯,碧根阿卡雅,維達伊瑞辛,穆拉森穆斯盧

 

獎項:

烏姆特達格

  • 2012年藝術電影節特別提及
  • 2012年藝術電影節最佳影片入圍
  • 2012年柏林影展最佳首部長片入圍
  • 2012年柏林影展電影大觀單元觀眾票選獎入圍
  • 2012年歐洲電影節觀眾票選獎
  • 2012年根特國際電影節最佳影片入圍
  • 2012年漢普頓國際電影節敘事長片
  • 2013年紐倫堡土耳其德語電影節最佳影片入圍
  • 2012年薩萊諾Shadowline電影節最佳影片
  • 2012年skip City 國際影展大獎

 

其他

  • 2013年奧地利電影獎最佳製作設計,卡特琳胡貝爾
  • 2013年奧地利電影獎最佳攝影入圍,卡斯登蒂勒
  • 2013年奧地利電影獎最佳服裝設計入圍,辛西亞喬菲
  • 2013年奧地利電影獎最佳妝髮入圍,瑪莎魯斯
  • 2012年費城電影節最佳女主角(特別評審獎),碧根阿卡雅
  • 2013年奧地利羅米獎最佳製片,維特海杜施卡,麥克卡茲

 

影評:

  • 「充滿活力且引人入勝的首部作品」(電訊報)
  • 妮哈爾柯達斯及碧根阿卡雅帶來精彩演出,卡斯登蒂勒的攝影技巧過人,烏姆特達格編寫了情節緊湊的劇本,故事結局令人震撼。Cineuropa
  • 《嫁禍》是才華橫溢的奧地利庫德族年輕導演烏姆特達格首部作品,一部簡單樸實但極具巧思的家庭劇情片,年輕女星碧根阿卡雅首次挑大樑就帶來迷人表現……劇情描述在奧地利兩個傳統土耳其婦女的故事,以及不為人所知的非法二妻傳統。
  • 「一部張力十足的電影,描述家庭失能是如何源自於自我設下的障礙。」彼得布萊蕭
  • 「引人入勝又感人的劇情片,年輕的土耳其新娘移居奧地利,成為該家庭中的二妻,她不知該如何面對自己的身分。」凱特琳麥克勞克林,View London
  • 「演員精彩的演技為本片增色。」提姆羅比,電訊報
  • 「《嫁禍》呈現張力十足而真摯動人的演技…」衛報
  • 「撼動人心的一部片⋯⋯」衛報

 

Synopsis

At a raucous wedding party in rural Turkey, it’s clear there’s something not quite right about the union between a country lass and her young husband, whose folks are expatriate Turks in Vienna. Once in Austria, naïve bride Ayse (Begüm Akkaya) soon discovers her fate: she’s now the unofficial second wife of her new husband’s middle-aged dad, whose cancer-stricken spouse, Fatma (Nihal G Koldas), is no longer available for marital duties. It’s a shocking development, not least because Ayse accepts it so easily. She even warmly befriends ailing Fatma.

 

 

Director: Umut Dag

Producers: Veit Heiduschka and Michael Katz

Production Co: Wega Film, Österreichischer Rundfunk (ORF)

Cast: Nihal Koldaş, Begüm Akkaya, Vedat Erincin, Murathan Muslu

 

Awards:

Umut Dag

  • Special Mention, Art Film Festival, 2012.
  • Best Film Nominee, Art Film Festival, 2012.
  • Best First Feature Award Nominee, Berlin International Film Festival, 2012.
  • Panorama Audience Award (Fiction Film) Nominee, Berlin International Film Festival, 2012.
  • Audience Award, Festival del Cinema Europeo, 2012.
  • Best Film Nominee, Ghent International Film Festival, 2012.
  • Narrative Feature, Hamptons International Film Festival, 2012.
  • Best Film Nominee, Nuremberg Film Festival “Turkey-Germany”, 2013.
  • Best Film, Salerno Shadowline Film Festival, 2012.
  • Grand Prize, Skip City International D-Cinema Festival, 2012.

 

Others

  • Katrin Huber, Best Production Design, Austrian Film Award, AT, 2013.
  • Carsten Thiele, Best Cinematography Nominee, Austrian Film Award, AT, 2013.
  • Cinzia Cioffi, Best Costume Design Nominee, Austrian Film Award, AT, 2013.
  • Martha Ruess, Best Makeup Nominee, Austrian Film Award, AT, 2013.
  • Begüm Akkaya, Best Actress (Special Jury Prize), Philadelphia Film Festival, 2012.
  • Veit Heiduschka and Michael Katz, Best Producer, Romy gala, Austria, 2013.

 

Reviews:

  • "vigorous and engrossing debut" The Telegraph

 

  • There are some excellent performances, especially by Koldas and Akkaya, smart camera solutions (by Carsten Thiele), as well as tight scriptwriting (by Dag and Petra Ladinigg), and an ending that hits like a hammer. Cineuropa

 

  • The perverse simplicity of the domestic drama in Kuma, a cleverly done, not overly ambitious first feature by talented young Austrian-Kurdish director Umut Dag, is heightened by young Begum Akkaya’s lovely and mysterious performance in her first major role… A cleverly scripted, involving Austrian tale about two traditional Turkish women brings out the social perversion of the second-wife practice.

 

  • "A potent film  about how families nurture dysfunction behind their self-created barricades. " Peter Bradshaw

 

  • "An engaging and touching drama about a young Turkish bride who moves to Austria as a second wife in a family who struggle to deal with her presence. "Katherine McLaughlin: View London

 

  • "The film surmounts its limitations mainly through performance. " Tim Robey: Telegraph

 

  • “Kuma is strongly and honestly acted…” the guardian

 

  • “A potent film….” The guardian